Oeindrila Dube
Oeindrila Dube
Philip K. Pearson Professor, University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJV Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
Commodity price shocks and civil conflict: Evidence from Colombia
O Dube, J Vargas
The Review of Economic Studies, 2013
Cross-border Spillover: US Gun Laws and Violence in Mexico
A Dube, O Dube, O Garcia Ponce
The American Political Science Review, 2013
Bases, bullets and ballots: the effect of us military aid on political conflict in colombia
O Dube, S Naidu
Journal of Politics 77 (1), 249-267, 2015
Reconciling after civil conflict increases social capital but decreases individual well-being
J Cilliers, O Dube, B Siddiqi
Science 352 (6287), 787-794, 2016
From Maize to Haze: Agricultural Shocks and the Growth of the Mexican Drug Sector
O Dube, O Garcia-Ponce, K Thom
Forthcoming at the Journal of the European Economic Association, 2015
The White-Man Effect: How Foreigner Presence Affects Behavior in Experiments
J Cilliers, O Dube, B Siddiqi
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2015
Do Natural Resources Influence Who Comes to Power, and How?
M Carreri, O Dube
Forthcoming at the Journal of Politics, 2016
O Dube, SP Harish
Journal of Political Economy 128 (7), 2020
Building resilient health systems: Experimental evidence from sierra leone and the 2014 ebola outbreak
D Christensen, O Dube, J Haushofer, B Siddiqi, M Voors
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 136 (2), 1145-1198, 2021
The promise and pitfalls of conflict prediction: evidence from Colombia and Indonesia
S Bazzi, RA Blair, C Blattman, O Dube, M Gudgeon, R Peck
Review of Economics and Statistics 104 (4), 764-779, 2022
Community-based crisis response: evidence from Sierra Leone’s Ebola outbreak
D Christensen, O Dube, J Haushofer, B Siddiqi, M Voors
Reform fatigue
TR Bowen, J Chan, O Dube, NS Lambert
Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper, 2016
Are All Resources Cursed? Coffee, Oil and Armed Conflict in Colombia
JF Vargas, O Dube
Are All Resources Cursed? Coffee, Oil, and Armed Conflict in Colombia (2006 …, 2006
Replication Data for:‘Building Resilient Health Systems: Experimental Evidence from Sierra Leone and the 2014 Ebola Outbreak’
D Christensen, O Dube, J Haushofer, B Siddiqi, M Voors
2020a), Harvard Dataverse, doi 10, 2021
A Note on the Level of Customer Support by State Governments: A Mystery-Shopping Approach
O Dube, S Mullainathan, DG Pope
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Essays in the political economy of conflict and development
O Dube
Harvard University, 2009
Measuring Religion from Behavior: Climate Shocks and Religious Adherence in Afghanistan
O Dube, JE Blumenstock, M Callen
Available at SSRN 4129399, 2022
Can Secular Media Create Religious Backlash? Evidence from Pakistan’s Media Liberalization
J Blumenstock, O Dube, K Hussain
Joshua Blumenstock
O Dube, K Hussain
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