Ernesto Dal Bó is a Professor in Management Philosophy and Values at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He is also director of the Berkeley Center for Political Economy (BCEP). His interest lies in political economics, with a focus on political influence, corruption, social conflict and the behavior of political figures and public servants.
- Term Length and the Effort of Politicians
- The Role of Financial Incentives in Recruiting Public Sector Employees
- Using GPS-Enabled Cell Phones to Monitor Agricultural Extension Agents in Paraguay