Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Pascaline Dupas is the Kleinheinz Professor of International Studies and Faculty Director of the King Center on Global Development at Stanford University. Her areas of research are applied microeconomics and development economics. She received her bachelor from the Ecole Normale Superieure – Ulm, a masters in economic analysis and policy from the Paris School of Economics and her Ph.D in economics from Paris School of Economics. In 2015 she was awarded the Best Young French Economist Prize.
Recent work by Pascaline Dupas
Expanding access to clean water for the rural poor: Evidence from Malawi
Offering coupons for free chlorine is an effective way to increase water treatment and prevent waterborne diseases
Pascaline Dupas Basimenye Nhlema Zachary Wagner Aaron Wolf Emily Wroe
The impact of digital credit in low-income countries
Digital credit does not appear to systematically improve lives, while the lack of transparency raises serious concerns about predatory lending
Delivering health subsidies in developing countries
Contrary to existing service delivery literature, an audit finds that health workers effectively implement health subsidies in Ghana, Kenya and Uganda
Do health subsidies help?
In this video, Pascaline Dupas discusses how a full subsidy of health products increases the number of people benefitting from health products