Economist, DIME, World Bank
Dahyeon Jeong is an Economist in the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) department of the World Bank. His main research interests include agriculture, labor, and social protection. He conducts large-scale field experiments to inform government policies. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz, an MPA from Cornell University, and a BA in Public Administration and Statistics from Korea University.
Recent work by Dahyeon Jeong
The dynamic effects of cash transfers: Evidence from Liberia and Malawi
Cash transfers improve food security for up to two years, but without an increase in food expenditures and non-agricultural income
Shilpa Aggarwal Jenny Aker Dahyeon Jeong Naresh Kumar David Sungho Park Jonathan Robinson Alan Spearot