PhD candidate in Economics, UC Berkeley
Nicholas Li is a PhD candidate in economics at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on topics in labor and development.
Recent work by Nicholas Li
Decentralisation under changing state capacity: Experimental evidence from Paraguay
Decentralising the monitoring of public sector workers is cost-effective, but as central state capacity increases this advantage disappears
Agricultural productivity and rural-urban wage gaps revisited: Lessons from panel data
Cities don't make workers (much) more productive, but productive workers move to cities
Articles : Labour Markets & Migration