Jessica Goldberg is an IPA Research Network Member assistant professor of economics at the University of Maryland. She has been a Principle Investigator on field experiments in Malawi since 2007, collaborating with organizations such as the Malawi Rural Finance Corporation, the Malawi Social Action Fund, and the World Bank. She is a faculty affiliate of the Maryland Population Research Center and Non Resident Fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington DC.
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