Social Economics Lab
Disparities in COVID-19 Reported Incidence, Knowledge, and Behavior Among US Adults
Diversity, Immigration and Redistribution
How Elastic are Preferences for Redistribution?
Immigration and Redistribution
Intergenerational Mobility and Support for Redistribution
Perceptions and Preferences for Redistribution
The Polarization of Reality
Trust in Scientists in Times of Pandemic
Understanding Tax Policy: How do People Reason?
Civil Liberties in the Time of Health and Economic Crises
Perceptions of Racial Gaps, their Causes, and Ways to Reduce Them
Social Position and Fairness Views on Inequality
Work in Progress
Understanding Trade: How do People Reason?
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Originally from France, Clément Herman is a Research Fellow in the Social Economics lab, where he worked on the projects Understanding Economics and COVID-19.
He is a student at Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris and pursues a master’s degree in economics at the Paris School of Economics, where he will graduate in 2020.