Justin Sandefur
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Scaling up what works: Experimental evidence on external validity in Kenyan education
T Bold, M Kimenyi, G Mwabu, A Ng'ang'a, J Sandefur
Center for Global Development Working Paper, 2013
1512013
The political economy of bad data: Evidence from African survey and administrative statistics
J Sandefur, A Glassman
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (2), 116-132, 2015
1412015
Context matters for size: why external validity claims and development practice do not mix
L Pritchett, J Sandefur
Journal of Globalization and Development 4 (2), 161-197, 2014
1232014
Looking for justice: Liberian experiences with and perceptions of local justice options
D Isser, SC Lubkemann, NT Saah Charles, A Addison, J Ndebe, G Saye, ...
US Institute of Peace, 2009
1132009
Labour market flexibility, wages and incomes in sub‐Saharan Africa in the 1990s
G Kingdon, J Sandefur, F Teal
African Development Review 18 (3), 392-427, 2006
1102006
The returns to formality and informality in urban Africa
P Falco, A Kerr, N Rankin, J Sandefur, F Teal
Labour Economics 18, S23-S31, 2011
852011
Experimental evidence on scaling up education reforms in Kenya
T Bold, M Kimenyi, G Mwabu, J Sandefur
Journal of Public Economics 168, 1-20, 2018
772018
Learning from experiments when context matters
L Pritchett, J Sandefur
American Economic Review 105 (5), 471-75, 2015
742015
Does doing an apprenticeship pay off? Evidence from Ghana
C Monk, J Sandefur, F Teal
GBR 12, 37, 2008
602008
Delivering justice to the poor: theory and experimental evidence from liberia
J Sandefur, B Siddiqi
World Bank Workshop on African Political Economy, Washington, DC, May 20, 2013
542013
On the Evolution of the Firm Size Distribution in an African Economy.
J Sandefur
532010
Learning & earning in Africa: Where are the returns to education high?
N Rankin, J Sandefur, F Teal
522010
Why Did Abolishing Fees Not Increase Public School Enrollment in Kenya?
T Bold, M Kimenyi, G Mwabu, J Sandefur
Center for Global Development Working Paper, 2011
492011
Can Outsourcing Improve Liberia's Schools? Preliminary Results from Year One of a Three-Year Randomized Evaluation of Partnership Schools for Liberia
M Romero, J Sandefur, W Sandholtz
Center for Global Development Working Paper, 2017
402017
Does abolishing fees reduce school quality? Evidence from Kenya
T Bold, M Kimenyi, G Mwabu, J Sandefur
University of Nairobi, 2010
372010
Outsourcing education: Experimental evidence from Liberia
M Romero, J Sandefur, WA Sandholtz
American Economic Review 110 (2), 364-400, 2020
352020
Global absolute poverty fell by almost half on Tuesday
S Dykstra, C Kenny, J Sandefur
Center for Global Development blog 2, 2014
342014
Public and private provision of education in kenya
T Bold, MS Kimenyi, J Sandefur
Journal of African Economies 22 (suppl_2), ii39-ii56, 2013
342013
The price of empowerment: Experimental evidence on land titling in tanzania
DA Ali, M Collin, K Deininger, S Dercon, J Sandefur, A Zeitlin
The World Bank, 2014
332014
Predicted COVID-19 fatality rates based on age, sex, comorbidities and health system capacity
S Ghisolfi, I Almås, JC Sandefur, T von Carnap, J Heitner, T Bold
BMJ global health 5 (9), e003094, 2020
322020
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