// Political Science
Ph.D. Harvard University, 2015
B.S. University of Pennsylvania, 2005
B.A. University of Pennsylvania, 2005
Monday 1:00 PM-4:00 PM BRNG 2254;
Wednesday 12:30 PM-1:30 PM BRNG 2254;
Professor Grillos’ research focuses on human decision-making and behavior in the context of sustainable development policy. She is particularly interested in how participatory processes, such as direct democracy and deliberation, may influence environmental behavior and public goods provision. Her research has involved fieldwork in various developing nations, including Honduras, Bolivia, Indonesia and Kenya.
Grillos, Tara. 2018. “Women’s Participation in Environmental Decision-Making: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Northern Kenya” World Development, 108C: 115-130.
Andersson, K., Cook, N., Grillos, T., Lopez, MC., Salk, C., Wright, G.D. & Mwangi, E. 2018. “Experimental Evidence on Payments for Forest Commons Conservation” Nature Sustainability,1(3): 128-135.
Grillos, Tara. 2017. Economic vs. Non-Material Incentives for Participation in an In-Kind Payments for Ecosystem Services Program in Bolivia. Ecological Economics, 131: 178-190.
Grillos, Tara. 2017. Participatory Budgeting and the Poor: Tracing Bias in a Multi-Staged Process in Solo, Indonesia. World Development, 96: 343-358.