Assistant Professor, Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University
David Schönholzer joined the Institute in August 2019, and is a political economist whose work speaks to governance issues in public finance, history, and development, using tools from applied micro. He is interested in why some governments are better at providing public goods than others.
Recent work by David Schönholzer
Traffic fatalities linked to informal transit are a disproportionately large cause of death in many low- and middle-income countries, but providing...
The effects of monitoring technologies on contracts, employee behaviour, and firms: Evidence from Kenya
Monitoring technologies can improve firm performance, and importantly not at the expense of workers or society