| Refereed Publications
Recalde, M.P. (2015) Leadership and the voluntary provision of
public goods: Field evidence from Bolivia. Journal
of Public Economics, 122: 80-93. [PAPER] [APPENDIX]
Babcock, L., Recalde, M.P., Vesterlund, L., Weingart, L. (2017).
Gender differences in accepting and receiving requests for tasks with
low promotability. American Economic Review. 107:3, 714-47. [PAPER] [APPENDIX]
M.P., Riedl, A., Vesterlund, L. (2018) Error-prone inference
from response time: The case of intuitive
in public-good games. Journal of Public Economics. 160:132-147. [PAPER] [ACCEPTED VERSION]
- Featured in: (2016) The Atlantic, Forbes; (2017) AEA Research Highlights, AEA Top 10 Research Highlights 2017; (2018) Harvard Business Review, Moneyish, The New York Times, The Age, The Wire, Ladders, Lifehacker, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Globe and Mail, El País, Gazeta do Povo, CNBC, Women's Agenda, Brookings, HBR Women at Work Podcast.
Menietti, M., Recalde, M.P., Vesterlund, L. (2018) Charitable giving in the laboratory: Advantages of the
piecewise linear public goods game. In Tonin, M., Scharf, K. (Eds.), The Economics of Philanthropy: Donations and Fundraising. MIT Press. [PAPER]
Babcock, L., Recalde, M.P., Vesterlund, L.
(2017) Gender differences in the allocation of low-promotability
tasks: The role of backlash. American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings). 107:5, 131-35. [PAPER] [APPENDIX]
Babcock, Linda, María P. Recalde, and Lise Vesterlund. (2018) Why women volunteer for tasks that don't lead to promotions. Harvard Business Review. July 16, 2018. [LINK]
Follow the leader? A field experiment on social influence [PAPER]
(Co-authord with Kate Ambler and Susan Godlonton)
Efficiency in intrahousehold resource allocation and women's bargaining power
(Co-authored with Markus Goldstein, Kelly Jones, and Tricia Koroknay-Palicz)
tolerance, and social information [PAPER]
Women, task, allocations, and advancement in the labor market
(Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award)
Are there gender differences in willingness to override group decisions?
(with Joyce Guo)