I am an economist in the Development Research Group of the World Bank. My research agenda lies at the intersection of two themes. The first is that average treatment effects often mask the widely divergent impacts of development policy, like health interventions, cash transfers, and empowerment programs. Unintended consequences may bolster or undermine the intended goals of the policy, but economic theory and evidence can help us predict where such consequences may arise. A second theme of my research is that inequality in access to government services or social capital often varies by attributes like gender, wealth, and ethnicity or caste. The conjunction of these two themes, and particularly how public policy interacts with preexisting inequality, is where I situate my research.