Taking Preferences Seriously, Not Literally
Keynote, Symposium on Economic Experiments in Developing Countries (May 2019)

Gendered Language
Centre for the Study of African Economies Conference at Oxford (March 2018)

Media Coverage:

Washington Post: Teens leading the charge to eliminate gender in language (December 2019)
El Pais: Puede el idioma limitar las oportunidades de las mujeres? (March 2019)
Four Questions Podcast with Alice Evans (April 2018)
NPR: An Experiment Gives Cash Aid To The Poor. Is That Ethical? (September 2017)
New York Times: How a Quest by Elites Is Driving ‘Brexit’ and Trump (July 2016)
Ars Technica: The elite don't hand out resources like the rest of us (September 2015)
Slate: Why Income Inequality Isn't Going Anywhere (September 2015)
The Atlantic: Why Politicians Don't Level the Playing Field (September 2015)
Toronto Star: Study puts spotlight on elite's self-interest (September 2015) The Recession Made Us All More Selfish (June 2014)
World Bank's Development Impact Blog (October 2012)

CGD Blog Posts:

A Nobel Prize for the Randomistas
Mind the Gap: 5 Facts About The Gender Gap in Education
What Are We Learning from Lab-in-the-Field Experiments in Developing Countries?
Take a Vacation from Economics: Anthropology Books to Read This Winter
3 Lessons from the World Bank’s New Worldwide Bureaucracy Indicators Database
Is the Donor Agenda for the SDGs Making Aid a Tool of Inequity?
We Can’t Measure Women’s Empowerment the Same Way Everywhere