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World Development, ISSN 0305-750X, 02/2019, Volume 114, pp. 314 - 325
•Policy makers are investing heavily in skill development programs.•Participation and completion rates in many of these programs remains low.•Investigates... 
Vocational training | Spoken English | Skill development | Field experiment | India | REGIONAL & URBAN PLANNING | DEMAND | IMPACT | ECONOMICS | AGE | Escape | Participation | Labor market | Enrollments | Probability | Unemployment | Developing countries--LDCs | Development programs | Training | Constraints | Motor skill learning | Employment | Prevention programs | Barriers | Subsidies
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Journal of Development Economics, ISSN 0304-3878, 2012, Volume 97, Issue 2, pp. 232 - 243
This paper estimates, using a large panel data set from rural Bangladesh, the effects of health shocks on household consumption and how access to microcredit... 
Consumption | Microcredit | Bangladesh | Insurance | Health shocks | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | CREDIT PROGRAMS | VILLAGE INDIA | POOR | RISK | VULNERABILITY | ILLNESS | ECONOMICS | LIVESTOCK | Livestock | Consumption (Economics) | Households | Analysis | Health insurance industry
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World Development, ISSN 0305-750X, 09/2016, Volume 85, pp. 105 - 125
•The present paper examines the effect of gender on private school enrollment in India.•We use 2005 and 2012 IHDS data for 7–18year olds born to household... 
female disadvantage | parental altruism | private school enrollment | household fixed-effects model | India | MORTALITY | RURAL INDIA | EDUCATION | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES | CHILD HEALTH | GAP | GENDER BIAS | COHORT | ECONOMICS | PANEL-DATA MODELS | GIRLS | School enrollment | Analysis | Enrollments | Bias | Parents | Altruism | Girls | Educational reform | Studies | Private schools | Parents & parenting | Sexism | Disadvantages | Adults | Children | Females
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The Journal of Development Studies, ISSN 0022-0388, 11/2015, Volume 51, Issue 11, pp. 1444 - 1458
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 10/2015, Volume 118, pp. 360 - 371
•We experimentally study the effect of framing and size of large windfall gains on the redistribution of such gains.•Individuals from villages in Bangladesh... 
Artefactual field experiment | Redistribution | Altruism | Framing | Stake | Dictator game | PREFERENCES | ULTIMATUM | NORMS | FAIRNESS | ECONOMICS | RECIPROCITY | Developing countries | Studies | Behavioral decision theory | Windfall profits | Income redistribution | Game theory | Endowment | Developing countries--LDCs
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Labour economics, ISSN 0927-5371, 2017, Volume 45, Issue April, pp. 116 - 130
Our paper presents the economic returns from participating in a subsidized vocational education program for women residing in low-income households in India.... 
Sticker | Frau | Bildungsertrag | Beschäftigungseffekt | Einkommenseffekt | Qualifizierungsmaßnahme | Arbeitsmarktpolitik | Bekleidungsindustrie | Niedriglohn | Näher | Indien | Panel data | Vocational education | Economic returns | Field experiment | India | IMPACT | ECONOMICS | Evaluation | Cost benefit analysis | Analysis | Labor market
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European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 11/2016, Volume 90, pp. 302 - 325
This paper uses data from artefactual field experiments and surveys conducted in 61 villages in India to examine whether men and women respond differently to... 
Affirmative action | Leaders | Gender | Male backlash | India | WOMEN | IMPACT | POLICY EXPERIMENT | POWER | COORDINATION | ECONOMICS | Leadership | Business schools | Women executives | Social aspects | Social norms
Journal Article
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 08/2019, Volume 164, pp. 256 - 272
•We experimentally examine gender differences in the behavior of leaders.•Women leaders are more likely to deviate negatively from what they propose.•This... 
Leadership experiment | Leaders | Belief elicitation | Affirmative action | Gender | Governance | India | NORMS | CORRUPTION | WOMEN | MATRILINEAL | ECONOMICS | GENDER-DIFFERENCES | Women executives | Sex differences (Psychology) | Genusstudier | Gender Studies
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The Review of Economic Studies, ISSN 0034-6527, 4/2006, Volume 73, Issue 2, pp. 357 - 380
We study a linear public goods game using an inter-generational approach. Subjects in one generation leave advice for the succeeding generation via free-form... 
Statistical significance | Observational learning | Net income | Linear regression | Cooperation | Payments | Experiment design | Public goods | Game theory | Endowments | COORDINATION GAMES | MECHANISM | VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS | BEHAVIOR | PUNISHMENT | HUMANS | MONETARY | PEOPLE | ECONOMICS | COOPERATION | COMMUNICATION | Social learning | Knowledge management | Research | Social norms
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Journal of Development Economics, ISSN 0304-3878, 07/2017, Volume 127, pp. 306 - 337
We explore the hypothesis that traditional joint-liability microfinance programs fail to increase borrower incomes in part because they cannot screen out... 
Group lending | Agent-based lending | Agricultural finance | Repayment | Selection | MICROFINANCE | MICROCREDIT | ECONOMICS | PEER SELECTION | Agricultural industry | Liability (Law) | Economic incentives
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 02/2018, Volume 146, pp. 180 - 205
•We report results from an experiment conducted in Bangladesh and in West Bengal to analyze the effect of multiple identities on trust behavior.•These two... 
Status | Religion | In-group and out-group | Trust | South asia | Field experiment | PUBLIC-GOODS | MATRILINEAL | SOCIAL IDENTITY | DISCRIMINATION | ECONOMICS | PEOPLE | Analysis
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 02/2015, Volume 110, pp. 145 - 159
•We examine determinants of self-selection into a labor market training program.•We design a field experiment and a survey to study who... 
Training program | Artefactual field experiment | Household survey | Selection | Behavioral traits | EARNINGS | RISK-AVERSION | ENTREPRENEURSHIP | OVERCONFIDENCE | COMPETITION | FIELD EXPERIMENT | ECONOMICS | GENDER-DIFFERENCES | PARTICIPATION | Labor market | Studies | Training | Organizational behavior | Demographics | Socioeconomic factors | Personality traits
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Journal of Economic Psychology, ISSN 0167-4870, 10/2017, Volume 62, pp. 17 - 32
•We evaluate stability of state dependent preferences using a randomized intervention.•We use surveys and experiments conducted before and after the... 
Lab-in-the field experiment | Temporal stability of preferences | State contingent preferences | BEHAVIOR | FIELD | SOCIAL PREFERENCES | TIME | RISK-AVERSION | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PERSONALITY-DEVELOPMENT | BELIEFS | ECONOMICS | TRAITS | LIFE EVENTS
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Oxford Development Studies, ISSN 1360-0818, 03/2010, Volume 38, Issue 1, pp. 83 - 112
Female wages in Bangladesh are significantly lower than male wages. This paper quantifies the extent to which discrimination can explain this gender wage gap... 
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 04/2012, Volume 82, Issue 1, pp. 192 - 209
► This microfinance experiment studies moral hazard and (costly) peer monitoring. ► It compares peer monitoring to individual lending treatments with lender... 
Group lending | Development | Credit | Laboratory experiment | Monitoring | Moral hazard | G21 | C92 | JOINT LIABILITY | GAMES | PUBLIC-GOODS | REPAYMENT | PUNISHMENT | ECONOMICS | RECIPROCITY | TRUST | Universities and colleges | Studies | Economic models | Microfinance | Peers | Lenders
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Economic Record, ISSN 0013-0249, 12/2018, Volume 94, Issue 307, pp. 506 - 508
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