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At CEGA, we believe that evidence should inform decisions about how development funding is spent.

Through competitive grant-making, we fund actionable research that can be used by policymakers to improve lives. We believe that grant competitions generate the highest-quality research, attract new talent and mobilize networks, and foster stewardship, transparency, and fairness. Below you can browse all CEGA-funded research projects—spanning dozens of topic areas and over 61 countries.

Institutions & Governance

Foreign Investment and Local Welfare in Sierra Leone

Darin Christensen | Sierra Leone
Institutions & Governance

Tax Compliance: Enforcing the Use of Electronic Fiscal Devices

Fredrick Manang | Tanzania
Energy & Environment

Reducing Electricity Theft with Incentives

Derek Wolfson | India
Financial Inclusion

General Equilibrium Effects of Cash Transfers in Kenya

Edward Miguel | Kenya

Developing a Guideline for Reporting Mediation Analyses

Hopin Lee |
Health & Psychology

Both the Will and the Way

Christina Brown | Pakistan
Health & PsychologyInstitutions & Governance

Health, Competition and Politics: Public Pharmacies in Local Markets

Juan Pablo Atal | Chile
Work & Education

New Facts About New Firms

Kaushik Krishnan | India
Institutions & Governance

Democratization, Local Governments and Public Good Provision

Pablo Muñoz Henríquez | Chile
Institutions & Governance

Do Town-Hall Debates Increase Support for Democracy?

Samuel Leone | Tunisia

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

Joshua R. Polanin |
Health & Psychology

Delaying Pregnancy Among Youth: Empowerment and Livelihoods for Adolescents (ELA) Program

Manisha Shah | Tanzania
Health & Psychology

Social Incentives for Child Immunization & Pregnancy Care

Anne Karing | Sierra Leone
Health & Psychology

Externalities and Social Influence in Childhood Immunization

Anne Karing | Sierra Leone
TransparencyHealth & Psychology

Reproducibility of Meta-Analyses in Psychology

Daniel Lakens |

How often should we believe positive results?

Eva Vivalt |

Panel Data and Experimental Design

Fiona Burlig |
TransparencyHealth & Psychology

P-Curve & Evidentiary Value of Social Psychology Publications

Leif Nelson |

Open Science in Development Engineering: A New Model for Replication

Paul Gertler |

Reporting Guidance for Trial Protocols

Sean Grant |

A new approach for constructing collaborative literature reviews

Solomon Hsiang |
Health & Psychology

Pre-commitment Devices and Delivery Facility Choice

Margaret McConnell | Kenya
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

Conflicts and Economic Development

Anthony Mveyange | Tanzania
Institutions & Governance

Infrastructure and Small Firms in India

Fiona Wilkes Burlig | India
Financial InclusionHealth & Psychology

Income and Substitution Effects of Brazil's Bolsa Família Program

Zachary Olson | Brazil

Counterfeit Seed

Travis J. Lybbert | Kenya
Health & PsychologyWork & Education

What Are Workers Willing to Pay for Safe Work?

Laura Boudreau | Bangladesh
AgricultureFinancial Inclusion

Agricultural Subsidies, Savings, and Farm Reinvestment

Jonathan Robinson | Kenya
Data Science for DevelopmentEnergy & EnvironmentTechnology

Cool Joule

Eric Brewer | Nicaragua
Work & Education

Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment in Colombia

Juliana Londoño-Vélez | Colombia

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