Miri Stryjan

Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
E703 Dept. Economics

I am an applied microeconomist working on topics related to economic development and inequality. I work with field experiments to study the causal effects of practices and policies, and I rely on both administrative data and self-collected survey data. Some of my current projects study the incentives of microfinance loan officers in Uganda, borrowing and business investment among SMEs in Uganda and student motivation in vocational colleges in Israel. 

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Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Economics of inequality, Field experiments, Microfinance, 511 Economics, Economics


Do Deadlines Affect Project Completion? Experimental Evidence from Israeli Vocational Colleges

Naomi Gershoni, Miri Stryjan 2023 Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization