Impact Evaluation Surveys


A bibliography of publications that have cited the use of a dataset listed in this catalog. Selecting a publication from the list will show which study dataset was used and provide a link to the study in the catalog.

1 "Analysis: Unconditional money." IRIN News (2010).
3 "Link Exchange." The Economist (2011).
4 "Preventing AIDS: A drug called money." The Economist (2012).
5 "Paying people to be healthy." BBC Health Check (2012).
6 "Pennies from heaven." The Economist (2013).
8 "Paying to Change Behavior." BBC World Service (2010).
9 Ali, Daniel, Klaus Deininger, and Markus Goldstein. "Environmental and gender impacts of land tenure regularization in Africa: Pilot evidence from Rwanda." Journal of Development Economics (2014).
10 Assaf, Nabila, Ana Paula Cusolito, and David McKenzie. "The additionality impact of a matching grant program for small firms: experimental evidence from Yemen (English)." Policy Research working paper (2015).
11 Baird, Sarah, Ephraim Chirwa, Craig McIntosh, and Berk Ozler. "The Short-Term Impacts of a Schooling Conditional Cash Transfer Program on the Sexual Behavior of Young Women." Health Economics 19, no. S1 (2010): 55-68.
12 Baird, Sarah, Jacobus de Hoop, and Berk Ozler. "Income Shocks and Adolescent Mental Health." Journal of Human Resources 48, no. 2 (2013): 370-403.
13 Baird, Sarah, Richard Garfein, Craig McIntosh, and Berk Ozler. "Impact of a cash transfer program for schooling on prevalence of HIV and HSV-2 in Malawi: a cluster randomized trial." The Lancet 379, no. 9823 (2012): 1320-1329.
14 Baird, Sarah, Erick Gong, Craig McIntosh, and Berk Ozler. "The heterogeneous effects of HIV testing." Journal of Health Economics (2014).
15 Baird, Sarah, Craig McIntosh, and Berk Ozler. "Cash or Condition? Evidence from a Cash Transfer Experiment." Quarterly Journal of Economics 126, no. 4 (2011): 1709-1753.
16 Baird, Sarah, and Berk Ozler. "Examining the Reliability of Self-Reported Data on School Participation." Journal of Development Economics 98, no. 1 (2012): 89-93.
19 Chase, Claire, and Quy-Toan Do. "Handwashing Behavior Change at Scale: Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation in Vietnam." Policy Research Working Paper (2012).
20 Clark, Simon. "African Girls Getting World Bank Cash Deters Sugar Daddies." Bloomberg (2011).
21 de Andrade, Gustavo Henrique, Miriam Bruhn, and David McKenzie. "A Helping Hand or the Long Arm of the Law? Experimental evidence on what governments can do to formalize firms." (2013).
22 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "Enterprise Recovery Following Natural Disasters." The Economic Journal 122, no. 559 (2012): 64-91.
23 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "Measuring microenterprise profits: Must we ask how the sausage is made?." Journal of Development Economics 88, no. 1 (2009): 19-31.
24 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "Returns to Capital in Microenterprises: Evidence from a Field Experiment." The Quarterly Journal of Economics CXXIII, no. 4 (2008): 1329-1372.
25 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "The demand for, and consequences of, formalization among informal firms in Sri Lanka." (2012).
26 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "Are Women More Credit Constrained? Experimental Evidence on Gender and Microenterprise Returns." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1, no. 3 (2009): 1-32.
27 de Mel, Suresh, David McKenzie, and Christopher Woodruff. "Business Training and Female Enterprise Start-up, Growth, and Dynamics: Experimental Evidence from Sri Lanka." (2013).
28 DeCapua, Joe. "Fighting Poverty, Protecting Women from HIV." Voice of America (2012).
29 Dugger W, Celia. "African Studies Give Women Hope in H.I.V. Fight." New York Times (2010).
30 Ganguli, Antara. "Paying Teens Not to Have Sex: What Mississippi Can Learn from Malawi." The Atlantic (2013).
31 Giné, Xavier, and Dean Yang. "Insurance, credit, and technology adoption: Field experimental evidence from Malawi." Journal of Development Economics 89, no. 1 (2009): 1-11.
32 Groh, Matthew, Nandini Krishnan, David McKenzie, and Tara Vishwanath. "Soft Skills or Hard Cash? The Impact of Training and Wage Subsidy Programs on Female Youth Employment in Jordan." (2012).
33 Grose, Jessica. "Want to Get Young Women to Use Condoms? Give Them Money.." Slate (2012).
34 Halliday, Katherine, George Okello, Elizabeth Turner, Njagi Kiambo, Carlos Mcharo, Juddy Kengo, Elizabeth Allen, Margaret Dubeck, Matthew Jukes, and Simon Brooker. "Impact of Intermittent Screening and Treatment for Malaria among School Children in Kenya: a Cluster Randomized Trial." (2014).
35 Jack, Andrew. "HIV cut in Africa by paying teenagers." Financial Times (2010).
36 Kazianga, Harounan, Damien de Walque, and Harold Alderman. "Educational and Child Labor Impacts of Two Food for Education Schemes: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Rural Burkina Faso." Journal of African Economies 21, no. 5 (2012): 723-760.
37 Kazianga, Harounan, Damien de Walque, and Harold Alderman. "School Feeding Programs, Intrahousehold Allocation and the Nutrition of Siblings: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Rural Burkina Faso." Journal of Development Economics , no. 106 (2014).
38 Kenny, Charles. "For Fighting Poverty, Cash is Surprisingly Effective." BusinessWeek (2013).
39 Kenny, Charles. "Poverty’s Cash Flow Problem." The Dish (2013).
40 Kondylis, Florence, Valerie Mueller, and Siyao J Zhu. "Measuring Agricultural Knowledge and Adoption." Impact Evaluation Series; Policy Research Working Paper No. WPS7058 1, no. 1 (2014): 0-0.
43 McKenzie, David, and Yaye Seynabou Sakho. "Does it pay firms to register for taxes? The impact of formality on firm profitability." Journal of Development Economics 91, no. 1 (2010): 15-24.
44 McNeil Jr. G, Donald. "Study That Paid Patients to Take HIV Drugs Fails." New York Times (2015).
45 Miller, Anna. "Prevention Pays Off." George Washington Today (2012).
46 Sides, John. "The Promise and Perils of Sharing Work-in-Progress." The Monkey Cage (2013).
47 Werth, Christopher. "A New Fix for the Needy." Newsweek (2010).