Replication Plan Published

This page lists all 3ie replication programme studies that have approved replication plans and access to the necessary data and code to conduct the replication research.

Posting a replication plan is the first major milestone within 3ie’s replication process. A number of additional steps will be undertaken before the replication studies are finalised.

Cash, food, or vouchers?: evidence from a randomized experiment in northern Ecuador

Replication Researchers: Stefan Lhachimi
Original Paper TitleCash, food, or vouchers?: evidence from a randomized experiment in northern Ecuador
Original Researchers: Melissa Hidrobo, John Hoddinott, Amber Peterman, Amy Margolies and Vanessa Moreira
Original publicationJournal of Development Economics
Replication Plan: Lhachimi’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

Cash or condition?: evidence from a cash transfer experiment

Replication Researchers: Maira Reimao
Original Paper TitleCash or condition?: evidence from a cash transfer experiment
Original Researchers: Sarah Baird, Craig McIntosh and Berk Ozler
Original publicationThe Quarterly Journal of Economics
Replication Plan: Reimao’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

Risk sharing and transactions costs: evidence from Kenya’s mobile money revolution

Replication Researchers: Nazila Alinaghi
Original Paper TitleRisk sharing and transactions costs: evidence from Kenya’s mobile money revolution
Original Researchers: William Jack and Tavneet Suri
Original publicationAmerican Economic Review
Replication Plan: Alinaghi’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

Building state capacity: evidence from biometric smartcards in India

Replication Researchers: Akinwande Atanda
Original Paper TitleBuilding state capacity: evidence from biometric smartcards in India
Original Researchers: Karthik Muralidharan, Paul Niehaus and Sandip Sukhantankar
Original publicationAmerican Economic Review
Replication Plan: Atanda’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

Payment mechanisms and anti-poverty programs: evidence from a mobile money cash transfer experiment in Niger

Replication Researchers: Edmundo Beteta, Giovanna Aguilar, Oliver Elorreaga, Jean Pierre Meneses, Edgar Ventura and César Huaroto
Original Paper TitlePayment mechanisms and anti-poverty programs: evidence from a mobile money cash transfer experiment in Niger
Original Researchers: Jenny Aker, Rachid Boumnijel, Amanda McClelland and Niall Tierney
Original publicationEconomic Development and Cultural Change
Replication Plan: Beteta et al’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

Facilitating savings for agriculture: field experimental evidence from Malawi

Replication Researchers: Jesper Stage
Original Paper TitleFacilitating savings for agriculture: field experimental evidence from Malawi
Original Researchers: Lasse Brune, Xavier Gine, Jessica Goldberg and Dean Yang
Original publicationEconomic Development and Cultural Change
Replication Plan: Stage’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

The short-term impact of unconditional cash transfers to the poor: evidence from Kenya

Replication Researchers: Hongmei Wang
Original Paper TitleThe short-term impact of unconditional cash transfers to the poor: evidence from Kenya
Original Researchers: Johannes Haushofer and Jeremy Shapiro
Original publicationThe Quarterly Journal of Economics
Replication Plan: Wang’s Replication Plan
Current Status: Replication Plan Published

 

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