Associate Professor, University of California Berkeley
Thibault Fally is an Associate Professor at the University of California Berkeley in the Agricultural and Resource Economics Department. He specialises in international trade and economic development, and in particular his research covers issues related to: i) the role of demand in explaining empirical trade puzzles, ii) supply chains.
Before joining the UC Berkeley, Thibault was an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder. In addition, he serves as a Faculty Research Fellow in the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow in the Center for Economic Policy Research. He holds a Ph.D. from the Paris School of Economics (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales).
Recent work by Thibault Fally
Scaling up agricultural policy interventions: Evidence from Uganda
A new methodology combining experimental data with a quantitative model sheds light on the household-level and distributional effects of scaling up...
Articles : Methods & Measurement
Lauren Falcao Bergquist Benjamin Faber Thibault Fally Matthias Hoelzlein Edward Miguel Andres Rodríguez-Clare