Research Themes

Behavioral research on diversity, equity and inclusion at Berkeley explores diversity in psychological characteristics as well as the influence of psychological characteristics on diversity in various dimensions, including gender, income, occupation and race.

The following members of the O’Donnell Center of Behavioral Economics are working in these areas:

Recent Work

Card, D., DellaVigna, S., Funk, P., & Iriberri, N. (2021). Gender differences in peer recognition by economists (No. w28942). National Bureau of Economic Research. Abstract

Card, D., Colella, F., & Lalive, R. (2021). Gender Preferences in Job Vacancies and Workplace Gender Diversity (No. w29350). National Bureau of Economic Research. Abstract