Miriam Bruhn is a Senior Economist in the Finance and Private Sector Development Team of the Development Research Group. She joined the Bank as a Young Economist in September 2007. Her research interests include the effect of regulatory reform on entrepreneurial activity, the informal sector, micro and small enterprises, financial literacy, and the relationship between institutions and economic development. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT and a B.A. in Economics from Yale University.
- Can psychometrics help bridge the gap?
- Can government subsidies spur science-industry collaboration and innovation?
- Can wage subsidies boost employment in the wake of an economic crisis?
- Psychometrics as a tool to improve screening and access to credit
- Firms’ use of long-term finance: why, how, and what to do about it?
- Using administrative data to measure impact: an example from a business tax reform in Georgia
- Cómo tomar el control de tus finanzas personales
- How to Take Control of your Personal Finances
- How are Financial Capability and Financial Access Linked? Insights from Colombia and Mexico
- Does increased access to financial services promote microenterprise growth?
- Do Matching Grants Programs Increase Firm Productivity and Growth?
- Credit Reporting under the Shadow of Big Banks
- One-stop shops: Do they or don’t they increase business registration?
- Who are informal business owners?
- What Do We Know about the Impact of Tax Reforms on Private Sector Development?
- Should It Be our Business to Promote Business Training?
- New Ideas in Business Growth
- Did Yesterday’s Patterns of Colonial Exploitation Determine Today’s Patterns of Poverty?