Roland Bénabou

Affiliations: 
Economics Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Area:
Behavioral Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory
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Parents

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Olivier Blanchard grad student 1986 MIT
Jean Tirole grad student 1986 MIT

Children

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Eduardo Engel grad student 1991 MIT
David Laibson grad student 1994 MIT
Moses Shayo grad student 2005 Princeton
Sebastian Ludmer grad student 2006 Princeton
Alice S. Hsiaw grad student 2010 Princeton
Kaiwen Leong grad student 2011 Princeton
Uliana Makarov grad student 2011 Princeton
Vadim Iaralov grad student 2013 Princeton
Maria L. Del Carpio grad student 2014 Princeton
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Bénabou R, Tirole J. (2016) Bonus culture: Competitive pay, screening, and multitasking Journal of Political Economy. 124: 305-370
Bénabou R. (2015) Conférence Jean-Jacques Laffont the economics of motivated beliefs Revue D'Economie Politique. 125: 665-685
Bénabou R. (2013) Groupthink: Collective delusions in organizations and markets Review of Economic Studies. 80: 429-462
Bénabou R, Tirole J. (2009) Over my dead body: Bargaining and the price of dignity American Economic Review. 99: 459-465
Bénabou R, Kramarz F, Prost C. (2009) The French zones d'éducation prioritaire: Much ado about nothing? Economics of Education Review. 28: 345-356
Bénabou R. (2008) Joseph Schumpeter lecture: Ideology Journal of the European Economic Association. 6: 321-352
Bénabou R, Tirole J. (2006) Incentives and prosocial behavior American Economic Review. 96: 1652-1678
Bénabou R, Tirole J. (2006) Belief in a just world and redistributive politics Quarterly Journal of Economics. 121: 699-746
Banerjee AV, Bénabou R, Mookherjee D. (2006) Understanding poverty Understanding Poverty. 1-443
Bénabou R. (2005) Chapter 25 Inequality, Technology and the Social Contract Handbook of Economic Growth. 1: 1595-1638
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