The Institute of Business and Economic Research (IBER) is provides small donor funded Dissertation Research Awards to aid in research by UC Berkeley Graduate Students in the Ph.D. programs in Agricultural & Resource Economics, Business, Demography, Economics, and Public Policy. The maximum award is $1,000. Grants may be used to cover out-of-pocket expenses associated with gathering data or conducting interviews in support of a Ph.D. dissertation.
|Teferi Mergo (Economics) "Remittances and Recipients' Living Standards: Theory and Evidences from Ethiopian DV"|
|Justin Gallagher (Economics) "Large Flood Events and Flood Insurance Take-Up in the U.S."|
|Gianmarco Leon (Ag Econ) "Incentives to Vote, Turnout, and Information: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Perú"|
|Owen Ozier (Economics) "Long-Term Effects of Early Childhood Deworming"|
|Jonas Hjort (Economics) "Political Rallies and Violence in Africa"|
|Mark Borgschulte (Economics) "Disease and Development: The American-Led Construction of the Panama Canal"|
|Alex Solis (Ag Econ) "Externalities for Higher Education"|
|Gautam Rao (Economics) "Poor Kids in Rich Schools: Education Inequality and Social Mixing in Delhi, India"|
|Mauricio Larrain (Economics) "Creditor Rights Reforms, Aggregate Productivity, and Resource Reallocation"|
|Sebastian Stumpner (Economics) "Creditor Rights Reforms, Aggregate Productivity, and Resource Reallocation"|
|Philippe Wingender (Economics) "Estimating the Effect of Federal Transfers on Local Economic Outcomes"|
|Steven Sexton (Ag Econ) "Salience and Automatic Bill Payment"|
Emily Choi (Business) "Fitting In and Making Friends: Cognitive Legitimacy and New Alliance Portfolios"
Sharon Poczter (Business) "Financial Sector Changes and Real Sector Consequences: Project Proposal for the Use of Private Consultancy"
Sung Bin Sohn (Economics) "The Mechanisms of IPO Stabilization and Policy Implications"
Glenda Oskar (Economics) "San Francisco Stock Exchange”