Economics, Environmental Studies
- "Do Foreign Gifts Buy Corporate Political Action? Evidence from the Saudi Crude Discount Program" The Energy Journal. Forthcoming.
"Can Hiring Quotas Work? The Effect of the Nitaqat Program on the Saudi Private Sector" American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 2017, 9(2): 316–347 [appendix]
AEA Chart of the Week
- "Integration Costs and Missing Women in Firms", with Conrad Miller and Mehmet Seflek. (Revision Requested: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics)
Work in Progress
- "Exploring Fixed Costs in Female Hiring: The Role of Adjustment Costs and Cultural Barriers in Women’s Employment" (Pilot), with Saleh Alodayni, Claudia Eger, and Thiemo Fetzer
- "Mentorship, Entrepreneurship, and Labor Market Opportunity in Saudi Arabia'' (Pilot), with Alessandra Gonzalez and Inmaculada Macias-Alonso
- "Simulating COVID-19 in a University Environment", with Philip Gressman
- "What Enables Firms to Hire Women? Overcoming Integration Costs in Saudi Arabia'', Commentary, King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies, 2019. [English] [Arabic] [Public Lecture]
- "Career Support and Mentoring for High-School Girls: Creating Networks of Opportunity, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship, and Labor Market Opportunity in Saudi Arabia'', with Alessandra Gonzalez and Inmaculada Macias-Alonso. Policy Insight, Harvard Kennedy School, Evidence for Policy Design, 2019.
- "If Women Receive More Childcare Support, Will They Work?'', with Patricia Cortes and Claudia Goldin. Policy Insight, Harvard Kennedy School, Evidence for Policy Design, 2018.
- "Why are Firms So Resistant to Hiring Women?'', with Saleh Alodayni, Claudia Eger, and Thiemo Fetzer. Policy Insight, Harvard Kennedy School, Evidence for Policy Design, 2018.
- "Increasing Female Employment by Investing in Up-Front Costs: The Critical Lesson in Nitaqat’s Success'' (prepared by Alex Domash), with Conrad Miller and Mehmet Seflek. Policy Insight, Harvard Kennedy School, Evidence for Policy Design, 2017.
- ECON 001: Introduction to Economics
- ECON 076: Environmental Economics
- ENVS 003 / ECON 003A: Environmental Policy and Economics
- ECON 176: Environmental Economics Honors Seminar
- ENVS 001: Introduction to Environmental Studies
- ENVS 092A Directed Reading: UNFCCC COP
- ENVS 096: Senior Thesis in Environmental Studies
- NYT: A Conundrum for Saudis: Women at Work
- Christian Science Monitor - Monitor Global Outlook: More Saudization will hurt private-sector profits
- Saudi Gazette: 11,000 Saudi firms closed down due to Nitaqat, finds study
- WSJ Real Time Economics Blog: Discounted Saudi Crude Shaped Refiners’ Political Contributions, Paper Finds