Ellora Derenoncourt
Ellora Derenoncourt

Ph.D. student in Economics

Harvard University

Ellora Derenoncourt is a graduate student in economics at Harvard University, specializing in public economics, economic history, and microeconomic theory. Her research employs a range of methods to understand the determinants of historical and current inequality, including field experimental and theoretical work on inequity aversion and an analysis of historical institutions like slavery on economic divergence and the distribution of wealth.


  • 2016, Social preferences at work: Evidence from online lab experiments and job-to-job mobility in the LEHD dataset, $15,000

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