University of Minnesota, Dept of Applied Economics
Dr. Paul Glewwe is a Professsor in the Department of Applied Economics at University of Minnesota. his research is on household and individual behavior and welfare in developing countries. Most of his research is on education in those countries; in particular on the factors the determine how long (if it all) children go to school and, more important, how much children learn in school. He also conducts research on inequality, income mobility, poverty, and child nutrition in developing countries, and on education in the U.S. He has conducted research on the following developing countries: Brazil, China, Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Ghana, Honduras, Jamaica, Kenya, Morocco, Peru, the Philippines, Rwanda, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.