Zahra Siddique
Research Fellow

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too w Siddique Zahra Siddique is a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Reading in the UK. She completed her PhD in Economics from Northwestern University and BSc Honors from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Zahra's research interests are in micro-econometrics, labor economics and development economics.

Zahra joined IZA as a Research Associate in August 2008. She became a Senior Research Associate in August 2011 and is currently affiliated with IZA as a Research Fellow after joining the University of Reading in October 2012.
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IZA World of Labor article: Randomized control trials in an imperfect world
IZA Discussion Papers:
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8566  Samantha Rawlings
Zahra Siddique
Domestic Abuse and Child Health
This paper has repeatedly been among the Top 10 monthly downloads. 
Costanza Biavaschi
Corrado Giulietti
Zahra Siddique
The Economic Payoff of Name Americanization
(forthcoming in: Journal of Labor Economics, 2017. Pre-publication version available here. Online appendix available here)
This paper has repeatedly been among the Top 10 monthly downloads. 
David A. Jaeger
Zahra Siddique
Are Drone Strikes Effective in Afghanistan and Pakistan? On the Dynamics of Violence between the United States and the Taliban
6255  Wallace Mok
Zahra Siddique
Racial and Ethnic Inequality in Employer Provided Fringe Benefits
6228  Arnab K. Basu
Nancy Chau
Zahra Siddique
Tax Evasion, Minimum Wage Non-Compliance and Informality
(published in: Research in Labor Economics, 2012, 34, 1-53)
5406  Melanie Khamis
Nishith Prakash
Zahra Siddique
Consumption and Social Identity: Evidence from India
(published in: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2012, 83 (3), 353-371)
4565  Zahra Siddique
Partially Identified Treatment Effects under Imperfect Compliance: The Case of Domestic Violence
(revised version published in: Journal of the American Statistical Association, 2013, 108 (502), 504-513)
4435  Wallace Mok
Zahra Siddique
Racial Differences in Fringe Benefits and Compensation
This paper has repeatedly been among the Top 10 monthly downloads. 
Zahra Siddique
Caste Based Discrimination: Evidence and Policy
(published as 'Evidence on Caste-Based Discrimination' in: Labour Economics, 2011, 18 (S1), S146-S159)