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Juni Singh


Juni Singh is an Economist with the Mind, Behavior, and Development (eMBeD) unit in Development Impact (DIME) working in Europe and Central Asia. She is also a lecturer at Caltech on Economics of Sustainability. She specializes in behavioral and development economics, focusing on delivering quality interventions in developing economics. Her research particularly focuses on social interactions and their impact on economic decisions. She merges field experiments, randomized control trials, and theoretical methods to generate evidence for policy making. She believes that effective policies can be designed with the correct set of incentives. Her research interests are in entrepreneurship, gender, climate change and social networks. She has over six years of experience managing and conducting research projects in the field that span a wide range of topics. She has collaborated with government counterparts and researchers from across the world. Dr Juni has a Ph.D. in Economics at the Paris School of Economics.