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At CEGA, we believe that evidence should be used to make decisions about how development funding is spent.

Through competitive grant-making, we fund actionable research that can be used by policymakers to inspire equitable growth. We believe that grant competitions generate the highest-quality research; attract new talent and mobilize networks; and foster stewardship, transparency, and fairness. Browse all CEGA-funded research projects—spanning diverse topical areas and over 55 countries—by applying the filters or clicking on the tiles below.

Work & Education

Effects of Housing on Educational and Labor Market Outcomes for Children

Daniel Agness | Ethiopia
Work & Education

What Works for Women? Demand for Alternative Work Arrangements in Urban India

Shreya Sarkar | India
Work & Education

Examining Labor Market Frictions in Ethiopia

Sam Wang | Ethiopia
Health & Psychology

Experimentally Estimating the Value of a Statistical Life

Grady Killeen | Kenya
Institutions & GovernanceWork & Education

Employer-Employee Collusion and Payments Under the Table

Javier Feinmann | Brazil
Work & Education

Understanding the Constraints to Internal Migration

Gwyneth Miner | Kenya
Work & Education

Estimating the Impact of Formal Work Permits on Schooling Attainment Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Bailey Palmer | Jordan
Institutions & Governance

Gender, Elections, and Elite Capture. A natural policy experiment in rural India

Alyssa Heinze | India
Data Science for DevelopmentTechnology

Unlocking Chinese Growth with Historical Satellites

Joel Ferguson | China
Work & Education

Misperceptions of Career Incentives and Turnover

Maximiliano Lauletta | Ethiopia
Energy & Environment

Driving Greener Mobility

Robert Pickmans | Rwanda
Agriculture

Labor Market Constraints to Technology Adoption in Rural Burundi

Luisa Cefala | Burundi
Work & Education

Decomposing Gains from a Targeted Learning Intervention

James Landin Smith | Pakistan
Health & PsychologyWork & Education

Kinship Pressure and Firm-Worker Matching Distortions

Nicholas Swanson | Zambia
Institutions & Governance

The Price Elasticity of Tax Evasion: Evidence from Ecuadorian Transaction Data

Jakob Brounstein | Ecuador
Health & Psychology

Mask Up! Testing strategies to increase mask use in Uganda and Kenya

Aleksandra Jakubowski | Kenya
Institutions & Governance

Traditional Chiefs, Climate Volatility, and Violence: Evidence from North-Central Nigeria

Catlan Reardon | Nigeria
Institutions & Governance

Bribery in Tunisia

Samuel Leone | Tunisia
Health & Psychology

The Effect of Cash Transfers on Intimate Partner Violence

Rebecca Hemono | Tanzania
Institutions & Governance

Mission-driven motivation and incentives in public sector

Muhammad Yasir Khan | Pakistan
Energy & Environment

Are credit constraints limiting demand for electricity? Evidence from Rwanda

Megan Lang | Rwanda
Health & Psychology

Empowering Women to Save for their Preferred Delivery

Calvin Chiu | Zambia
Work & Education

The Role of Discouragement in Shaping Long-Term Unemployment

Luisa Cefala | India
CEGA

The Cost of Evading: Evidence on Tax Evasion Mitigation from Ecuador

Jakob Brounstein | Ecuador
Health & Psychology

Poor and Inattentive

Nicholas Swanson | South Africa
Institutions & Governance

Pension Reforms and Labor Decisions in Brazil

Priscila de Oliveira | Brazil
CEGA

Making the Paper Trail Paper-less: Tax Compliance and Informality

Felipe Vial | Chile
Work & Education

Labor Market Integration, Growth and Inequality: Evidence from China

Dennis Egger | China
Work & Education

Social Norms, Technology Adoption, and Team Productivity

Oren Reshef | Bangladesh
Institutions & Governance

Conservative Parties and Women's Political Mobilization: Evidence from India

Anirvan Chowdhury | India

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