University of Ottawa, Canada
IZA World of Labor role
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa (2019–present)
Applied economics, development, health, and labor economics
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa (2015–2019)
PhD Economics, Paris School of Economics, 2015
"War, migration and the origins of the Thai sex industry." Journal of the European Economic Association 16:5 (2018): 1540–1576 (with W. Lekfuangfu and Y. Zylberberg).
"The effect of terrorism on employment and consumer sentiment: Evidence from successful and failed terror attacks." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10:4 (2018): 246–282.
"An empirical analysis of taxi, Lyft and Uber rides: Evidence from weather shocks in NYC." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 152 (2018): 1–16 (with K. Nield).
“Publication bias and editorial statement on negative findings.” Economic Journal (Forthcoming) (with C. Blanco-Perez).
"Star Wars: The empirics strike back." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8:1 (2016): 1–32 (with M. Le, M. Sangnier, and Y. Zylberberg).
Transparency in empirical economic research
Open science can enhance research credibility, but only with the correct incentivesCristina Blanco-PerezAbel Brodeur, November 2019The open science and research transparency movement aims to make the research process more visible and to strengthen the credibility of results. Examples of open research practices include open data, pre-registration, and replication. Open science proponents argue that making data and codes publicly available enables researchers to evaluate the truth of a claim and improve its credibility. Opponents often counter that replications are costly and that open science efforts are not always rewarded with publication of results.MoreLess