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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 40 countries—by applying the filters or clicking on the tiles below.

Transparency

Open Policy Analysis


Fernando Hoces de la Guardia |
Transparency

Transparency & Reproducibility in Economics


Edward Miguel |
Transparency

Evidence on Aid Impacts Using a Preanalysis Plan


Katherine Casey |
Transparency

Promoting an open research culture


Brian Nosek |
Transparency

Promoting Transparency in Social Science Research


Edward Miguel |
Transparency

Manual of Best Practices in Transparent Social Science Research


Garret Christensen |
Transparency

Conservative Tests under Satisficing Models of Publication Bias


Justin McCrary |
TransparencyData Science for Development

Development Intervention Forecasting


Nicholas Otis | India
Transparency

Pre-Analysis Plans: A Stocktaking


George Ofosu |
TransparencyTechnology

Research Transparency in Brazilian Political and Social Science


Scott Desposato | Brazil
Transparency

Publication Bias and Editorial Statement on Negative Findings


Abel Brodeur |
Transparency

MetaLAB: Crowdsourced Meta-Analyses


Christina Bergmann |
Transparency

Bayesian Evidence Synthesis: New Meta-Analytic Procedures


Eric-Jan Wagenmakers |
Transparency

Data Sharing and Citations: Causal Evidence


Garret Christensen |
Transparency

Meta-Analysis on Behavioral Economics Parameters


Colin Camerer |
Transparency

Transparent and Reproducible Social Science


Edward Miguel |
Transparency

Aggregating Distributional Treatment Effects: A Bayesian Hierarchical Analysis


Rachael Meager |
Transparency

Correcting Effect Sizes for Publication Bias in Meta-Analyses


Robbie van Aert |
Transparency

External Validity in U.S Education Research


Sean Tanner | United States of America
Transparency

Achieving Statistical Significance with Covariates


Gabriel Lenz |
Transparency

Model of Condom Use in Africa: A Meta-Analysis


Cleo Protogerou |
Transparency

Effects of Knowledge on Willingness to Pre-Register


Daniel Lakens |
TransparencyWork & Education

Welfare Comparisons across Expenditure Surveys


Elliot Collins |
Transparency

Developing a Guideline for Reporting Mediation Analyses


Hopin Lee |
Transparency

Investigation of Data Sharing in the Context of a Meta-Analysis


Joshua R. Polanin |
Transparency

Panel Data and Experimental Design


Fiona Burlig |
Transparency

A new approach for constructing collaborative literature reviews


Solomon Hsiang |
TransparencyHealth & Psychology

Reproducibility of Meta-Analyses in Psychology


Daniel Lakens |
TransparencyHealth & Psychology

P-Curve & Evidentiary Value of Social Psychology Publications


Leif Nelson |
TransparencyTechnology

Open Science in Development Engineering: A New Model for Replication


Paul Gertler |
Transparency

How often should we believe positive results?


Eva Vivalt |
Transparency

Reporting Guidance for Trial Protocols


Sean Grant |

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