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Rachael Meager

Rachael Meager

Associate and Assistant Professor of Economics

Expertise: development economics, treatment effect heterogeneity, econometrics, statistics, applied bayesian modelling

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Biography

Rachael Meager's current research interests are:

  • Development economics
  • Econometrics
  • Bayesian statistics
  • Evidence aggregation and meta-analysis
  • Heterogeneous treatment effects

Rachael's latest projects include:

  • Vitamin A Supplements and Child Mortality: Resolving a controversy in meta-analysis
  • Understanding heterogeneity in the impact of the BRAC Graduation Program: A Bayesian hierarchical analysis (with Andrew Gelman, Dean Karlan, Shira Mitchell and Chris Udry)
  • Combining experimental and observational studies in meta-analysis (with Michael Gechter)
  • Robustness quantification for econometric modelling (with Ryan Giordano and Tamara Broderick)

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