1. 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,” under review.
See recent discussions at The Conversation
2. Beaman, Lori and Andrew Dillon. (2018) “Diffusion of Agricultural Information within Social Networks: Evidence from Composting in Mali,” Journal of Development Economics, forthcoming
3. Dillon, Andrew, Joanne E. Arsenault, Deanna Olney (2016) "Nutrient Production and Micronutrient Gaps: Evidence from an Agriculture-Nutrition Randomized Control Trial," under review.
4. Dillon, Andrew and Esteban Quiñones. (2016) "Asset Dynamics and Poverty Traps in Northern Nigeria," under review
5. Dillon, Andrew and Lakshman Nagraj Rao (2017). “Land Measurement Bias: Comparisons from GPS, Self-Reports and Satellite Data,” under review.
6. Adesina, Adedoyin, Akogun, Oladele, Andrew Dillon, Jed Friedman, Sani Njobdi, Ashesh Prasann, Pieter Serneels. (2018). “Robustness and External Validity: What do we Learn from Repeated Study Designs over Time?” Invited Paper to the AAEA session at the 2018 ASSA meetings.
7. Akogun, Oladele, Andrew Dillon, Jed Friedman, Ashesh Prasann, and Pieter Serneels (2017). “Productivity and Malaria: Alternative Productivity Measures using Physical Activity,” WB working paper.
8. Prasann, Ashesh and Andrew Dillon (2017). “The Spillover Effects Of Public Works On Labor Markets: Evidence From National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, India,” working paper.
9. Goeb, Joseph; Andrew Dillon, Frank Lupi and David Tschirley (2017). “Pesticides: What you don’t know can hurt you,” working paper.
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.