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Leah Lakdawala

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Address: 25B Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.355.7755
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: lkl@msu.edu
Web: http://leahlakdawala.weebly.com/

Curriculum Vitae

  • Development Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • “Discrimination Begins in the Womb: Evidence of Sex-Selective Prenatal Investments.” (with Prashant Bharadwaj) (2013). Journal of Human Resources 48(1): 71-113.
  • “The Intergenerational Consequences of Tobacco Policy: A Review of Policy’s Influence on Maternal Smoking and Child Health” (with David Simon) Southern Economic Journal, forthcoming
  • The Impact of Internet Access on Student Learning in Peruvian Schools.” (with Kevin Kho and Eduardo Nakasone) August 2017.
  • “Perverse Consequences of Well-Intentioned Regulation: Evidence from India’s Child Labor Ban.” (with Prashant Bharadwaj and Nicolas Li) March 2017. Previously circulated as NBER Working Paper 19602.
  • “Veteran Disability and Child Outcomes.” (with Prashant Bharadwaj) November 2015.
  • “From Loans to Labor: Microcredit, Entrepreneurship and Child Labor.” November 2011.

Michigan State University Department of Economics