Taryn Dinkelman

Associate Professor in the Economics Department, Dartmouth College; CEPR Research Affiliate

Taryn Dinkelman is an Associate Professor in the Economics Department at Dartmouth College, a Faculty Research Fellow 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. In ongoing work in Chile, she uses large-scale field experiments to explore how providing information (about financial aid, career possibilities, and school performance) to parents and children can improve education outcomes for the next generation’s workers.

Recent work by Taryn Dinkelman