Funding And Grants

Principal Investigator, Becker Friedman Institute (BFI), "Do multinational firms change culture? Firms and Female Workers in Saudi Arabia", (with Felix Tintelnot) ($30,000), 2020.

Principal Investigator, Harvard University Evidence for Policy Design (EPOD), “Mentorship, Entrepreneurship, and Labor Market Opportunity in Saudi Arabia” ($500,000), 2019.

—Final Report, October 2020: Mentorship, Entrepreneurship, and Labor Market Opportunity in Saudi Arabia

—Policy Insights, October 2020: Supporting Entrepreneurial Aspirations Among High-School Girls

—Policy Insights, March 2020: Career Support and Mentoring for High-School Girls: Creating Networks of Opportunity

Principal Investigator, Harvard University Evidence for Policy Design (EPOD), Supply and Demand: Understanding Saudi College Student-Employer Matches and Preferences ($250,000), 2017.

—Final Report, December 2019: Supply and Demand: Understanding Saudi College Student-Employer Matches and Preferences

—Policy Insights, December 2019: University Resources and the Job Search: What is Useful and What Can Be Improved?

—Policy Insights, June 2019: Supply and Demand in Youth Unemployment: Understanding Gender Differences

—Policy Insights, September 2018: Can Data Improve Student Job Placement?

Co-Principal Investigator, Initiative on Global Markets, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, "US Firm Diversity Practices Study," (with Amanda Sharkey) ($5,000), 2017.

Harvard University Evidence for Policy Design (EPOD) Travel Grant to Saudi Arabia ($10,000), 2016.

Midwest Political Science Association Registration Fee Waiver Scholarship ($450), 2016.

Baylor University Dissertation Research Grant ($500). Matching Sociology Department Grant ($500), 2010.

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Travel Grant ($450), 2008.

Baylor Institute for the Studies of Religion Seed Grant for data collection in Qatar, the UAE, and Yemen. ($4,300), 2008.

Baylor Institute for the Studies of Religion Seed Grant for data collection in Kuwait. ($5,000), 2007.

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