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CEGA’s network includes world-class university professors from multiple disciplines

CEGA Affiliates are the drivers of CEGA research in the field, serving as investigators on individual research projects and Scientific Directors for CEGA Programs.

2018

Erica Baranski (PhD)
University of California, Riverside, Leamer-Rosenthal Prizes for Open Social Science 2017, $10,000
Oscar Barriga-Cabanillas (PhD)
University of California, Davis, BITSS Catalyst Training Grant 2017, $11,070
Isabela Manelici, Jose Pablo Vasquez Carvajal (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Productivity Effects of Joining Multinational Supply Chains, $5,000
Charles Ebersole (PhD)
University of Virginia, Leamer-Rosenthal Prizes for Open Social Science 2017, $10,000
Dief Reagen Nochi Faha (PhD)
University of Yaounde II, BITSS Catalyst Training Grant 2017, $8,949
Ada Gonzalez-Torres (PhD)
European University Institute, BITSS Catalyst Training Grant 2017, $2,815
Juliana Londoño-Vélez, Arlen Guarin (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Impact of Cash Transfers on Individuals and Communities, $15,000
Dahyeon Jeong (PhD)
UC Santa Cruz, Creating Labor Markets in Rural Tanzania, $50,000
Benjamin Krause (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Taxation Toward Representation, $49,730
Nicholas Otis (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Development Intervention Forecasting, $19,902
Piyush Paritosh Panigrahi (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Geography and Supply Chain Organization: Theory and Evidence from India, $11,265
Matthew Pecenco, Carlos Schmidt-Padilla (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Difference a Job Makes: Evidence from the Dominican Republic, $10,170
Thiago Scot (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Enterpreneurs without Enterprises: Organizational Forms of Micro-enterprises, $1,700
Soazic Elise Wang Sonne (PhD)
United Nations University, BITSS Catalyst Training Grant 2017, $6,950
Ao Wang (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Improving Social Mobility by Helping Rural Students Make Informed College Choice, $12,000

2017

Soledad Artiz-Prillaman (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Is Knowledge Power? Civics Training, Women's Political Training, and Local Gover, $28,881
Beth Baribault (PhD)
University of California, Irvine, Leamer-Rosenthal Prizes for Open Social Science 2016, $10,000
Christina Bergmann (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, MetaLAB: Paving the way for easy to use, dynamic, and crowdsourced meta-analyses, $29,100
Susanna Berkouwer (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Behavioral Biases in Household Energy Spending, $2,000
Fiona Wilkes Burlig (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Private and Social Costs of Power Outages in Small Enterprises, $29,625
Iffat Chowdhury (PhD)
University of Washington, BCLC Travel Grants 2017 (Bridge), $4,900
Fernando Hoces de la Guardia (PhD)
Pardee RAND Graduate School, BITSS Catalyst Training Grant 2017, $11,280
Tanu Kumar (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Impact of Homeownership on Low-Income Urban Residents, $6,900
Gregory Lane (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, BCLC Travel Grants 2017 (Bridge), $4,620
Megan Lang (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Evaluating Effects of a Women’s Leadership Program, $1,850
Muhammad Yasir Kahn, Andres Gonzalez Lira (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Governance and Reliability of Electricity Microgrids, $2,000
Sakib Mahmood (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, BCLC Travel Grants 2017 (Bridge), $4,000
Shazeda Ahmed, Jael Makagon (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Consumer Protection Oversights in the Chinese Digital Credit System, $6,500
Carlos Padilla, Matthew Pecenco (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Prison Reform in the Dominican Republic, $2,000
Zachary Wagner (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Increasing ORS Use- Uganda, $84,345
Zenan Wang (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Access to Digital Credits and Its Spillover Effects in China, $18,400

2016

Lydia Ashton (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Hunger Games, $2,000
Christina Brown (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Both the Will and the Way, $11,000
Juan Pablo Atal, Felipe Gonzalez (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Health, Competition and Politics: Public Pharmacies in Local Markets, $15,286
Pablo Muñoz Henríquez (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Democratization, Local Governments and Public Good Provision, $6,500
Veronica Jacome (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Assessing Impacts of Unreliable Electricity, $2,000
Kaushik Krishnan, Devesh Kapur (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, New Facts About New Firms, $15,000
Elizabeth Ramirez Ritchie, Erin Kelley (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Improving Matches between Employers and Job-Seekers in India, $35,675
Jennifer Kwok (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Provider Continuity and Patient Outcomes, $4,000
Samuel Leone (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Head to Head: Do Town-Hall Debates Increase Support for Democracy?, $7,700
John Loeser (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Do legs matter, $4,985
Jose Pablo Vasquez-Carvajal, Isabela Manelici (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Impact of FDI through the Production Network, $12,800
David Schönholzer (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Monitoring Safety of Semi-Formal Public Transport, $35,050
Shaoda Wang (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Incentivizing State Employees to Confront Rural Poverty, $11,200
Eleanor Wiseman (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Information and Learning Diffusion Through Social Networks, $2,000
Derek Wolfson (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Reducing Electricity Theft with Information and Financial Incentives, $2,000
Francis Wong (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Effects of Paraguay's Tax Base Expansion on Newly Taxed Citizens, $1,450

2015

Laura Boudreau (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, What Are Workers Willing to Pay for Safe Work, $40,390
Anne Karing (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Externalities and Social Influence in Childhood Immunization, $43,470
Juliana Londoño-Vélez (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment in Colombia, $40,717
Zachary Olson (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Income and Substitution Effects of Brazil’s Bolsa Família Program, $1,217
Fiona Wilkes Burlig, Louis Preonas, Manaswini Rao (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Infrastructure and Small Firms in India, $800

2014

Robert On, Saika Belal (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Income for Information - Measuring the Value of Time, $10,000
Sarah Brierley (PhD)
University of California, Los Angeles, Jobs for votes? A survey experiment to measure patronage hiring in Ghana, $2,000
Daniel Wilson, Julien Caubel (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Measuring Biomass Cooking Behaviors at Massive Scale, $8,000
Sara Kerosky, Estelle Chaussard (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Remote Sensing of Illegal Black Sand Mining in the Philippines, $5,000
Felipe Gonzalez (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Losing Your Dictator? Firm Investment during Chile's Transition to Democracy, $2,000
Nicholas Obradovich (PhD)
University of California, San Diego, Climate Change and Corruption: Time Horizons, Issue Salience, and Voting, $1,706
Santiago Saavedra (PhD)
Stanford University, Optimal individual cash transfers to minimize deforestation in communal lands, $2,000

2013

Andrew Crane-Droesch (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Scaling Biochar, $5,000
Ajay Pillarisetti, Nicholas Lam (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Time-Activity Monitoring Systems, $5,000
Javier Rosa, Daley Kutzman, Daniel Wilson (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Determinants of sustained adoption of improved cookstoves, $5,000

2012

Yiwen Cheng (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Bureaucrat incentives and the conversion of rural land in China, $1,500
Zoe Cullen (PhD)
Stanford University, Network Communication and Civil Action, $12,000
Miguel de Figueiredo (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, When and Why Do Voters Punish Corrupt Politicians?, $1,500
Tarek Ghani (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Mobile Payments, Conflict and Corruption in Afghanistan, $12,000
Jessica Gottlieb (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Who Benefits from Clientelism, $5,000
Luz Maria Sinaia Urrusti-Frenk (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, The Political Economy of Mass Media in Mexico, $11,000
Brigitte Zimmerman (PhD)
University of California, San Diego, Experimental Approach to Explore the Origins of Corruption, $5,000

2011

Lauren Falcao Bergquist, Jamie McCasland, Pierre Bachas (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Corruption, Social Preferences and the Kenyan Postal Service, $2,500
Ruth Carlitz (PhD)
University of California, Los Angeles, Can Mobile Phone Technology Promote Government Accountability, $5,000
Gianmarco León Ciliotta (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Social Learning, Overconfidence, and Voting, $500
Andrew Dustan (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Identifying Early Barriers to Higher Education Access in Mexico City, $2,500
Willa Friedman (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Antiretroviral Drug Availability and HIV Testing, $5,000
Kelly Jones (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, How US policy affects women's empowerment in poor countries, $5,000
Gautam Rao (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley, Peer effects, social preferences andthe returns to quality schooling in India, $5,000

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