Frederico Finan is an Assistant Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley. His research interests lie in the intersection of development economics and political economy. Finan's recent work focuses on how political incentives and institutions shape public policy. He has studied the impacts of Bolsa Escola in Brazil and Progresa in Mexico.
- Public Release of Corruption Audits and Electoral Outcomes in Brazil
- The Role of Financial Incentives in Recruiting Public Sector Employees
- Can Conditional Cash Transfers Serve as Safety Nets to Keep Children at School and Out of the Labor Market?
- Vote Buying and Reciprocity
- Using GPS-Enabled Cell Phones to Monitor Agricultural Extension Agents in Paraguay
- Local Electoral Incentives and Decentralized Program Performance
- Low-Interest Credit for Cash Transfer Beneficiaries in the Dominican Republic