- A previous version of this paper was circulated as “The Bargaining Power of Missing Women: Evidence from a Sanitation Campaign in India.”
- Media coverage: Wall Street Journal (India), Marginal Revolution, Development Impact (World Bank), The Citizen (India), Huffington Post (India), The Wire (India), Village Square (India).
“Changing Preferences through Experimental Games: Evidence from Sanitation and Hygiene in Tamil Nadu“, IFPRI Discussion Paper 1587. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
“Unintended Consequences of Enforcement in a Cooperative Institutions: Experimental Evidence from Tanzanian Fishers”, with Prof. Reimer (UAA), Dr. Onyango (UDSM), and Spencer MacColl (World Bank). Conditionally accepted at Ocean and Coastal Management.
“The Roots of Modern Sex Ratios“, with Jesse Anttila-Hughes and Patrick Krause, November 2016. Revision requested.
Work in Progress:
“Income Shocks and the Acceptance of Intimate Partner Violence in Indonesia,” with Matthew Krupoff and Prof. Jesse Anttila-Hughes (USF).
“Acceptance of Gender Violence and Seasonal Labor Patterns in a Global Sample of Women”, with Prof. Anttila-Hughes (USF) and Anja Tolonen (Barnard College). Available upon request.
“Does Poverty Impede Cognitive Function? Experimental Evidence from Tanzanian Fishers”, with Prof. Reimer (UAA), Dr. Onyango (UDSM), Virginia Graves (Feed America). Available upon request.
“Sustainable Growth and the Millennium Development Goal to Halve Poverty” (2010). Updated version with recently released data coming soon.
“Whispers to Voices. Gender and Social Transformation in Bangladesh”. The World Bank. Bangladesh Development Series Paper No. 22 (March 2008).
“To the MDG and Beyond: Accountability and Institutional Innovation in Bangladesh”. The World Bank. Bangladesh Development Series Paper No. 14 (January 2007).
“The Bangladesh Vocational Education And Training System: An Assessment”. The World Bank (November 2006).