1. Dillon, Andrew, Sydney Gourlay, Kevin McGee, Gbemisola Oseni. (2015) “Land Measurement Bias and its Empirical Implications: Evidence from a Validation Exercise”
2. Dillon, Andrew; Jed Friedman, and Pieter Serneels. (2014) “Health information, treatment, and worker productivity: Experimental evidence from malaria testing and treatment among Nigerian sugarcane cutters”
See recent discussions at The Conversation
3. Serneels, Pieter, Kathleen Beegle, and Andrew Dillon. (2016) “Do Returns in Education Depend on How Labor Questions are Asked?”
4. Beaman, Lori and Andrew Dillon. (2016) “Diffusion of Agricultural Information within Social Networks: Evidence from Composting in Mali”
5. Dillon, Andrew, Joanne E. Arsenault, Deanna Olney (2016) "Nutrient Production and Micronutrient Gaps: Evidence from an Agriculture-Nutrition Randomized Control Trial"
6. Dillon, Andrew and Esteban Quiñones. (2016) "Asset Dynamics and Poverty Traps in Northern Nigeria"
Below is the data archive for the 3ie financed social network census administered in Burkina Faso. See the report below for details on the data along with the data archive and questionnaire. All data is furnished raw.