Laura Boudreau is an Assistant Director at Columbia Business School. Laura received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on working conditions, labor market institutions, and firm productivity in developing countries. She is especially interested in how the intersection of global supply chains with local institutions affect firms’ and workers’ outcomes.
Migrants, Information, and Working Conditions in Bangladeshi Garment Factories
Coauthor(s): Laura Boudreau, Rachel Heath, Tyler McCormick
Multinational Enforcement of Labor Law: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh's Apparel Sector
Coauthor(s): Laura Boudreau
Union Leaders: Experimental Evidence from Myanmar
Coauthor(s): Laura Boudreau, Rocco Macchiavello, Virginia Minni, Mari Tanaka
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