Senior Economist and Technical Adviser, The World Bank Group WAPPP Fellow
Eliana Carranza's major fields of interests are development and labor economics. Her research focuses on the empirical study of household behavior, including its implications on economic and demographic outcomes, and the status of women.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tufts University WAPPP Fellow
Laura Gee's research focuses the influence of group dynamics and social networks on individual decision-making. As a WAPPP Fellow, she is researching how to better design job postings in order to decrease the occupational gender gap.
ISFamily Santander Chair Researcher, Universitat International de Catalunya Academic Collaborator, International Center for Work and Family, IESE Business School WAPPP Fellow
Marc Grau's research explores the benefits of fatherhood involvement for fathers themselves and their jobs. As a WAPPP Fellow, he is examining how men and women negotiate flexible work arrangements in their organizations and how structural conditions and gender dynamics affect those negotiations.
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, Stockholm School of Economics Fellow, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University WAPPP Fellow
Using behavioral and experimental economics, Emma Heikensten researches the economics of gender and inequality. More specifically, she concentrates on gender differences in influence by evaluating advice seeking behavior.
Associate Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health WAPPP Fellow
Kimberlyn Leary's research focuses on identifying and improving multi-sector leadership initiatives for health equity. As a WAPPP Fellow, Kimberlyn aims to develop a portfolio of teaching and scholarly products relevant to improving life outcomes for women and girls, particularly those in marginalized communities.
Assistant Professor, Departments of Labor Studies and Public Policy, Tel-Aviv University WAPPP Fellow
Shira Mor's research investigates the relationship between women’s identity structures and their performance in negotiations in order to identify a behavioral strategy that allows women to reap economic gains without incurring unfavorable social outcomes.
Joint Postdoctoral Fellow, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University WAPPP Fellow
Sally Nuamah's research research interests sit at the intersections of gender, education, and politics. Her work focuses on the experiences of girls in non-elite school settings across the U.S and Africa.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Mannheim Lara Warner Scholar, Harvard Kennedy School WAPPP Fellow
Anna Raute's major fields of interest are labor and public economics. Her research focuses on the effects of public policy on women’s fertility and labor market decisions as well as the effects of universal childcare attendance on children.
Associate Director, Open Circle Jewish Learning, Hebrew College WAPPP Fellow
Elizabeth Singer More's research examines the history of women, work, and the family. As a WAPPP Fellow, she plans to complete the manuscript for her book on the intellectual and political history of maternal employment in America from World War II through the mid-1990s.
Ph.D. Candidate in Business Administration and Management, Bocconi University WAPPP Fellow
Chiara Trombini's research uses organizational strategies to close gender gaps in negotiation, judgement, and decision making. As a WAPPP Fellow, Chiara will analyze the impact of self-affirmation interventions on gender differences in negotiation.