Assistant Professor of Economics, Columbia Business School
Laura Boudreau is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Columbia Business School. Her research focuses on organizational, labor, and development economics. Laura studies how global supply chains and local institutions shape firms’ and workers’ outcomes, as well as the effect of labor market institutions on economic development. Laura received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and previously served as a staff member at the World Bank’s Financial and Private Sector Development Vice Presidency.
Recent work by Laura Boudreau
Can multinational buyers provide their suppliers in developing countries with incentives to comply with local labour laws?