I am a Young Professional (Economist) in Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) at the World Bank. I completed my PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley in 2019.

You can view my CV here. You can view my job market paper here.

I am a development economist who focuses on applying theory to expand the set of questions we can answer with impact evaluations. My current research develops revealed preference methods for welfare measurement, focusing on productivity in smallholder agriculture in India, Mozambique, and Rwanda.



Contact

jloeser@worldbank.org


Research

Factor Market Failures and Irrigation in Rwanda
JMP Groundwater Depletion and Marginal Surplus Effects
Marshallian CS from Intertemporal Substitution