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Graduate Student Fellowship | 2021 - 2022 Academic Year

Asymmetric Information and Hidden Income within the Household in Developing Countries

Do household members hide income from each other, and what are the causes and consequences? Using both empirical and experimental methods, Zhang documents hidden income in households and disentangle mechanisms.

Sally Zhang, Department of Economics

Sally Zhang

Sally Zhang is a PhD candidate in economics at Stanford University. Zhang's research interest lies in the intersection of development, labor and behavioral economics, with a current focus on understanding intrahousehold dynamics in developing countries. Prior to attending Stanford, she earned a BA in philosophy, politics & economics (PPE) and mathematics from Pomona College.‌

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