Prachi Jain is a development, experimental and behavioral economist. She is interested in how poor households cope with risk, specifically in how households use their social networks. Her recent work examines how stress affects economic-decision making and household bargaining in Kenya.
University of Michigan: Ph.D., Economics 2016
University of Michigan: M.A., Economics 2013
University of California, Berkeley: B.A., Economics 2010
Highest Honors in Economics