Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame; CEPR Research Affiliate
Taryn Dinkelman is an Associate Professor in the Economics Department at the University of Notre Dame, a Faculty Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a Research Affiliate at the CEPR and BREAD. Her research focuses on labour markets in developing countries. Specifically, her work highlights the direct and indirect constraints that limit individuals and communities in developing countries from earning higher returns on labor.
Her current work examines the long run impacts of circular migration in Africa on local economic development outcomes, including education and the structure of local labour markets in migrant-sending communities. She is also working on the dynamics of diffusion of home production technologies using demographic surveillance site data from South Africa.
Recent work by Taryn Dinkelman
International labour migration and related remittances increase human capital attainment in rural areas, and over the long run trigger a shift of...
Free electricity connections in rural South African households changed home production technologies and induced more women to work in the market
Using satellite data to track improvements in infrastructure access and service delivery in South Africa
Evidence shows that satellite data is a useful tool for tracking improvements in infrastructure access and service delivery in rural areas