Mohammad Isaqzadeh
Mohammad Isaqzadeh
Ph.D. Candidate, Princeton University
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Violence and risk preference: Experimental evidence from Afghanistan
M Callen, M Isaqzadeh, JD Long, C Sprenger
American Economic Review 104 (1), 123-48, 2014
Policing Afghanistan: The politics of the lame leviathan
A Giustozzi, M Izaqzadeh
C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, 2013
No household left behind: Afghanistan targeting the ultra poor impact evaluation
G Bedoya, A Coville, J Haushofer, M Isaqzadeh, JP Shapiro
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
Clerics and scriptures: Experimentally disentangling the influence of religious authority in Afghanistan
LN Condra, M Isaqzadeh, S Linardi
British Journal of Political Science 49 (2), 401-419, 2019
Long, and Charles Sprenger. 2014.“
M Callen, M Isaqzadeh, D James
Violence and, 0
Violent Trauma and Risl Preferences: Artefactual Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan
M Callen, M Isaqzadeh, JD Long, C Sprenger
Unpublished manuscript, 2011
National corruption survey 2014
MR Isaqzadeh, SA Kabuli
Integrity Watch Afghanistan, 2014
Afghanistan’s Paramilitary Policing in Context
A Giustozzi, M Isaqzadeh
The Risks of Expediency. Afghanistan Analysts Network, 2011
Studying Sensitive Topics in Fragile Contexts
M Isaqzadeh, S Gulzar, J Shapiro
Data Collection in Fragile States, 173-192, 2020
Community Monitors vs. Leakage: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan
E Berman, M Callen, LN Condra, M Downey, T Ghani, M Isaqzadeh
mimeo, 2017
Selecting (In) and Crowding Out: Experimental Evidence of the Power of Religious Authority in Afghanistan
L Condra, M Isaqzadeh, S Linardi
Available at SSRN 2659840, 2015
Clerics and Sermons: An Experiment on the Effect of Religious Authority on Giving in Afghanistan
LN Condra, M Isaqzadeh, S Linardi
Working Paper, University of Pittsburgh, 2015
Reassessing the Relationship Between Religiosity and Political Violence: Evidence from Afghanistan
M Isaqzadeh
Afghanistan-No Household Left Behind: a Look at the Impact Evaluation of the Afghanistan “targeting the Ultra-poor” Program
G Bedoya Arguelles, A Coville, J Haushofer, MR Isaqzadeh, J Shapiro
The World Bank, 2019
Imagined vs. Actual “Others” An Experiment on Interethnic Giving in Afghanistan∞
LN Condra, M Isaqzadeh, S Linardi
Framed Field Experiments, 2016
The Psychology of Ethnic Bias Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan∞
LN Condra, M Isaqzadeh, S Linardi
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