PhD Student Affiliate
Dayea Oh is a Ph.D. candidate in Public Policy at Harvard University, with interests in labor and organizational economics. In one line of work, she focuses on gender empowerment and gender gap by studying the impact of female candidates on legislators' voting patterns in Congress, and how newly exporting Chilean firms change their labor structure and gender composition around the time of entry. In her most current work with Professor Reshmaan Hussam, she studies behavioral transmission from school to home in rural Bangladesh. Dayea graduated with a BA in Economics from Rice University and holds a MA in Applied Economics from Cornell University.