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Disrupting education? Experimental evidence on technology-aided instruction in India
K Muralidharan, A Singh, AJ Ganimian
American Economic Review 109 (4), 1426-1460, 2019
5142019
Private school effects in urban and rural India: Panel estimates at primary and secondary school ages
A Singh
Journal of Development Economics 113, 16-32, 2015
249*2015
School Meals as a Safety Net: An Evaluation of the Midday Meal Scheme in India
A Singh, A Park, S Dercon
Economic Development and Cultural Change 62 (2), 275 - 306, 2014
220*2014
From nutrition to aspirations and self-efficacy: gender bias over time among children in four countries
S Dercon, A Singh
World Development 45, 31-50, 2013
2032013
Learning More With Every Year: School Year Productivity and International Learning Divergence
A Singh
Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (4), 1770-1813, 2020
153*2020
Accessing higher education in developing countries: Panel data analysis from India, Peru, and Vietnam
A Sánchez, A Singh
World Development 109, 261-278, 2018
822018
Improving Public Sector Management at Scale? Experimental Evidence on School Governance India
K Muralidharan, A Singh
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
782020
COVID-19 Learning Loss and Recovery: Panel Data Evidence from India
A Singh, M Romero, K Muralidharan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
462022
Disparities in children’s vocabulary and height in relation to household wealth and parental schooling: A longitudinal study in four low-and middle-income countries
SA Reynolds, C Andersen, J Behrman, A Singh, AD Stein, L Benny, ...
SSM-population health 3, 767-786, 2017
432017
Test score gaps between private and government sector students at school entry age in India
A Singh
Oxford Review of Education 40 (1), 30-49, 2014
352014
Test scores and educational opportunities: Panel evidence from five low-and middle-income countries
J Das, A Singh, AY Chang
Journal of Public Economics 206, 104570, 2022
32*2022
Starting together, growing apart: Gender gaps in learning from preschool to adulthood in four developing countries⇤
A Singh, S Krutikova
Young Lives Working Paper, Oxford: Young Lives, 2016
302016
Teenage marriage, fertility, and well-being: Panel evidence from India
A Singh, P Espinoza Revollo
Young Lives, 2016
302016
India's new National Education Policy: Evidence and challenges
K Muralidharan, A Singh
Science 372 (6537), 36-38, 2021
272021
Child Development in a Changing World: Risks and Opportunities
J Boyden, S Dercon, A Singh
The World Bank Research Observer 30 (2), 193-219, 2015
272015
Equating test scores for receptive vocabulary across rounds and cohorts in Ethiopia, India and Vietnam
J Leon, A Singh
Young Lives Technical Note 40, 1-116, 2017
262017
Myths of official measurement: Auditing and improving administrative data in developing countries
A Singh
Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Working Paper 42, 2020
252020
Why are economic growth and reductions in child undernutrition so weakly correlated—and what can public policy do?
A Singh
The Lancet Global Health 2 (4), e185-e186, 2014
182014
How standard is a standard deviation? A cautionary note on using SDs to compare across impact evaluations in education
A Singh
World Bank Blogs 13, 2015
102015
Improving Schooling Productivity through Computer-Aided Instruction: Experimental Evidence from Rajasthan
K Muralidharan, A Singh
RISE Conference Paper, 2021
8*2021
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