|Brian Dillon|| |
Published and Forthcoming
“Agricultural Factor Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Updated View with Formal Tests for Market Failure” (with Chris Barrett). World Bank Policy Research Working Paper WPS 7117, November 2014.
"Using Mobile Phones to Collect Panel Data in Developing Countries”. Journal of International Development, 24(4), May 2012: 518-527. [pdf]
"Measuring Subjective Probability Distributions". Submitted to Quantitative Economics. [pdf]
"Risk and Resilience among Tanzanian Farmers: Estimation of a Dynamic, Stochastic Production Model using Elicited Subjective Probability Distributions". [pdf]
"Paying More for Less: Why Don’t Households in Tanzania Take Advantage of Bulk Discounts?” (with Joachim De Weerdt and Ted O'Donoghue). [short version]
Research In Progress
"Inheritance Customs and Agricultural Investment in Rural Zambia" (with Alessandra Voena). Revising draft.
"Communication, Search, and Mobile Phones" (with Jenny Aker, Joshua Blumenstock, and Adalbertus Kamanzi). Collecting data in Tanzania.
"Response Biases in the Elicitation of Subjective Probability Distributions" (with Russell Toth). Collecting data in Kenya.
"Labor Markets and Household Enterprises: Evidence from New Nationally Representative Surveys in Five East African Countries" (with Peter Brummund and Germano Mwabu). Project launch in September 2014.