Professor of Economics; Justice Elwood Lui Endowed Term Chair in Management
Paola Giuliano’s main areas of research are culture and economics and political economy. She teaches the Global Macroeconomics and Managerial Economics MBA courses at UCLA Anderson School of Management and serves as a co-editor of the Journal of the European Economic Association. She is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (Cambridge), research affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London) and research fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (Bonn).
A culture that valorized revenge among pre-industrial herders resonates today
Compulsory education ‘homogenizes’ population, can stave off democracy
Research tracking Florida siblings helps isolate the impact
Well-to-do families doting on their sons at daughters’ expense?
Looking beyond traditional explanations
Gauging Trump's appeal by estimating an area's social capital
Europeans brought an appreciation of social welfare programs that still resonates
The happiest people are moderately patient, not into extreme delayed gratification
A clue that parents prefer a son: They have more kids when their firstborn is a girl
Immigrants show saving tendencies that carry through several generations
A database of pre-industrial sampling supports historical and ethnographic research
The link between environmental stability and cultural change explains why cultures evolve
Modern-day gender ratios are linked to countries’ agricultural roots
The benefit to students increases over time