Associate Professor of Economics, Trinity College Dublin
Selim Gulesci is Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin, and an affiliate of BREAD, CEPR and J-PAL. He graduated from Sabanci University in 2003 with a B.Sc. in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and from London School of Economics in 2011 with a Ph.D. in Economics. He conducts research in development economics, with a focus on gender inequality and entrepreneurship.
Recent work by Selim Gulesci
Providing access to childcare can help women achieve greater economic parity and enhance their agency, and could also lead to a substantial boost to...
Subsidised childcare services are at least as effective as cash grants in increasing household income
Increasing the tenant’s share in output encourages profitable risk-taking, in addition to large effects on input levels
Lack of insurance is a key constraint to small firms. Flexibility sees improved outcomes and socioeconomic status, combined with lower default rates.