Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: PhD Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Research Areas: Behavioral economics, experimental economics, labor economics, gender
Aurelie Dariel's research interests lie at the intersection of Behavioral and Labor Economics. She uses controlled experiments in the lab, the field, or online to explore how individuals' preferences and social networks affect choices and labor market outcomes. Aurelie has taught courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels on various topics. At present, she is teaching Economics of Gender at NYU Abu Dhabi. She has experience working for the French government as a Project Manager and consulting the Abu Dhabi government. Aurelie is a Research Affiliate at the Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID), where she investigates race and gender inequalities in labor markets.