Research In Labor
Research conducted by members of the Kellogg intellectual community on the themes of democracy and human development is at the core of what the Institute does.
Can Technology Promote Opportunity? Evidence From An Online Job Portal in Bangalore
Imperial Blend: Kenyan Coffee and Capitalism in the Era of Anglo-American Empire
Understanding (and Regulating) the Role of Labor Intermediaries in Migrant Welfare: Evidence from Two Natural Experiments in Sri Lanka
Reducing Hiring Frictions in Small Firms: Evidence from an Internet Platform-based Experiment
Employing Business and Markets to Serve Communities Emerging from Conflict
Fugitive Blackness: Finding African Diasporic Self-Governance in the Early Circum-Caribbean
Mentorship as a Hand Out of Poverty: Evidence from Four Countries
Regional Industrial Diversity and Trade-Induced Worker Adjustments: Evidence from France
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People Researching Labor
For more than three decades, our faculty and visiting fellows have helped set the scholarly agenda on our core themes of democratization and human development. Our work has had a significant impact on policy and practice.