Daniela Scur completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Oxford (Nuffield College) in 2017 and is a Research Fellow at the RISE Programme. Daniela studies organizations and how organizational practices affect productivity and labour outcomes. Her research field is applied microeconomics, with a focus on emerging economies and developing countries. More specifically, her areas of research include organizational practices and productivity across sectors (education and manufacturing), ownership structures and establishment organization, quality of management and labour markets. In her current work with RISE, she is exploring the effect of improving school management practices on teacher value added and student outcomes. To support the expansion of the management research agenda into developing countries, she launched a new project called the Development WMS.