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    International Experimental Fieldwork Project Sites:

  • Bangladesh
    Based on a clustered randomized field experiment, this project examines the effect of microcredit provision on various socio-economic and productivity outcomes for business microenterprises.
  • Tanzania

  • Kenya
    This artefactual field experiment examines how introducing a time delay into the execution of an investment plan influences individuals' risk preferences.
  • South Africa
    Based on an encouragement-design field experiment, this project examines the effect of HIV treatment on various socio-economic outcomes.
  • Kyrgyzstan
    Based on a field experiment, this project examines the effect of access to microcredit on various socio-economic outcomes among microcredit beneficiaries.

  • Afghanistan

  • Nepal
    Based on a field experiment, this project examines the effects of vocational training on labor market outcomes.

  • Lab experiment on time scarcity and productivity (Binghamton, New York)
    Based on a lab experiment, this project examine how conditions of scarcity and time-poverty influence optimizing behavior and productivity.

  • The Role of Heuristics and Perception for Social Distancing in the Context of COVID-19 (A Randomized Field Experiment in eight U.S. States: NY, NJ, CT, MA, MD, FL, PA)
    This RCT project focuses on the economic determinants for social distancing in the context of COVID-19. Using an online field experiment, we examine the extent to which various behavioral biases influence individual demand for social distancing.






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