Implicit Stereotypes: Evidence from Teachers’ Gender Bias,  The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 134, Issue 3, August 2019, Pages 1163–1224.
Winner of: Best JM PaperBest Presentation(UniCredit&Uni)Tarantelli Young Labor Economist Award.
Coverage:  LEAP Blog,  Nada es Gratis (in Spanish), Corriere dell’Alto Adige (in Italian), Le Monde (in French), The Conversation.

Goals and Gaps: Educational Careers of Immigrant Children, with E. La Ferrara and P. Pinotti, Econometrica Vol. 90, No. 1 (January 2022), 1-29.
Coverage: VoxDev

Hacking Gender Stereotypes: Girls’ Participation in Coding Clubs, with M. FortForthcoming, AEA papers and proceedings.

Implicit Stereotypes in teachers’ track recommendations, with E. La Ferrara and P. Pinotti, Forthcoming, AEA papers and proceedings.

Working Papers

Revealing Stereotypes:  Evidence from Immigrants in Schools, with A. Alesina E. La Ferrara and P. Pinotti ,NBER WP, December 2018.  (updated version: 2019). Revise & Resubmit, American Economic Review.
Coverage: The UpShot- The New York Times
J-PAL Policy Summay
AEA RCT Registry: 0003647

Apart but Connected: Online Tutoring and Student Outcomes during the COVID-19 Pandemic, with E. La Ferrara
AEA RCT Registry-0005607
Coverage: Corriere della SeraSole24Ore ScuolaVitaAvvenire (in Italian), Scientific American
Video summary

Happily Ever After: Immigration, Natives’ Marriage, and Fertility, with M. Tabellini,  (updated version: 2020).
Winner of: EEA Young Economist Award 2018

Work in Progress

Preventing Social Exclusion of Immigrants in Finland, joint with M. Sarvimaki, M. Silliman, and M. Tabellini

Addressing Implicit Bias of Faculty, with L. Shi, M. Banaji, and D. Deming (pilot in progress)
OSF and AEA RCT Registry-0005505

Tackling Stereotypes to Encourage Brazilian Math Talent, with R. Fabregas and D. Moreira (baseline in progress)

Girls Code It Better: Hacking Gender Stereotypes,  with M. Fort (RCT evaluation in progress)
AEA RCT Registry-0004077