Replication Study Awarded

This page includes information on all 3ie Replication Programme studies that have been awarded but are yet to acquire the necessary data/code and finalize their replication plans.

Upon receipt of the necessary data and code, the replication researchers will work with internal and external project advisers to finalize and publicize their replication study plans.

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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: Not applicable
Current Status: Replication Study Awarded

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