Assistant Professor, Paris School of Economics
Suanna Oh is an assistant professor at the Paris School of Economics. Her research is at the intersection of development and behavioral economics. Her current projects investigate how cultural or behavioral biases affect labor market outcomes in developing countries. She received a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University. She completed her bachelor’s in Economics and Mathematics at Duke University and master’s in Economics at the University of Toronto.
Recent work by Suanna Oh
Caste identity concerns constrain labour supply decisions, causing Indian workers to avoid certain jobs even at large economic costs