Daniel Li Chen
Director of Research, CNRS and Professor, Toulouse School of Economics
Daniel Li Chen is Director of Research at CNRS and Professor at the Toulouse School of Economics. He is also a Senior Fellow at IAST, and the Lead Principal Investigator, DE JURE at the World Bank. He is the founder of oTree Open Source Research Foundation and Data Science Justice Collaboratory.
He received his BA (Summa Cum Laude) and MS from Harvard University in Applied Mathematics and Economics; completed his Economics PhD from MIT; and obtained a JD from Harvard Law School.
Recent work by Daniel Li Chen
Transmitting gender attitudes in school: Experimental evidence from Pakistan
Progressive gender norms can be transmitted from teachers to students and improve classroom achievement through better cooperation among the sexes
Training policymakers in econometrics: Evidence from Pakistan
Training deputy ministers in the school of thought associated with the credibility revolution increases demand for and responsiveness to causal...
Articles : Methods & Measurement
Training effective altruism: Experimental evidence from Pakistan
An experiment in Pakistan finds that training decision makers in the benefits of empathy cultivates prosocial behaviour in the lab and the field