Ghazala Azmat
Ghazala Azmat
Professor of Economics, Sciences Po
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The importance of relative performance feedback information: Evidence from a natural experiment using high school students
G Azmat, N Iriberri
Journal of Public Economics 94 (7-8), 435-452, 2010
Gender and the labor market: What have we learned from field and lab experiments?
G Azmat, B Petrongolo
Labour economics 30, 32-40, 2014
The impact of gender composition on team performance and decision making: Evidence from the field
J Apesteguia, G Azmat, N Iriberri
Management Science 58 (1), 78-93, 2012
Gender gaps in unemployment rates in OECD countries
G Azmat, M Güell, A Manning
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (1), 1-37, 2006
Gender gaps in performance: Evidence from young lawyers
G Azmat, R Ferrer
Journal of Political Economy 125 (5), 1306-1355, 2017
Privatization and the decline of labour's share: international evidence from network industries
G Azmat, A Manning, JV Reenen
Economica 79 (315), 470-492, 2012
Gender differences in response to big stakes
G Azmat, C Calsamiglia, N Iriberri
Journal of the European Economic Association 14 (6), 1372-1400, 2016
The provision of relative performance feedback: An analysis of performance and satisfaction
G Azmat, N Iriberri
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 25 (1), 77-110, 2016
What you don’t know… can’t hurt you? A natural field experiment on relative performance feedback in higher education
G Azmat, M Bagues, A Cabrales, N Iriberri
Management Science 65 (8), 3714-3736, 2019
Targeting fertility and female participation through the income tax
G Azmat, L González
Labour economics 17 (3), 487-502, 2010
Competition among contests
G Azmat, M Möller
The RAND Journal of Economics 40 (4), 743-768, 2009
Privatization, entry regulation and the decline of labour's share of GDP: A cross-country analysis of the network industries
G Azmat, A Manning, J Van Reenen
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP6348, 2007
The provision of relative performance feedback information: An experimental analysis of performance and happiness
G Azmat, N Iriberri
Gender diversity in firms
G Azmat, A Boring
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (4), 760-782, 2020
The incidence of an earned income tax credit: evaluating the impact on wages in the UK
GY Azmat
Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political …, 2006
Higher education funding reforms: A comprehensive analysis of educational and labor market outcomes in England
G Azmat, S Simion
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12389, 2017
Incidence, salience, and spillovers: The direct and indirect effects of tax credits on wages
G Azmat
Quantitative Economics 10 (1), 239-273, 2019
The distribution of talent across contests
G Azmat, M Möller
The economic journal 128 (609), 471-509, 2018
Gender promotion gaps: Career aspirations and workplace discrimination
G Azmat, V Cuñat, E Henry
Available at SSRN 3518420, 2020
Gender diversity in teams
G Azmat
IZA World of Labor, 2019
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