Aidan Coville
Aidan Coville
Research Manager, Development Impact Evaluation Department (DIME), World Bank
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Are there synergies from combining hygiene and sanitation promotion campaigns: evidence from a large-scale cluster-randomized trial in rural Tanzania
B Briceņo, A Coville, P Gertler, S Martinez
PloS one 12 (11), e0186228, 2017
No household left behind: Afghanistan targeting the ultra poor impact evaluation
G Bedoya, A Coville, J Haushofer, M Isaqzadeh, JP Shapiro
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
Learning from the experiments that never happened: Lessons from trying to conduct randomized evaluations of matching grant programs in Africa
F Campos, A Coville, AM Fernandes, M Goldstein, D McKenzie
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 33, 4-24, 2014
How Do Policymakers Update Their Beliefs?
E Vivalt, A Coville
Mimeo, http://evavivalt. com/wp-content/uploads/How-Do-Policymakers-Update. pdf, 2020
Program targeting with machine learning and mobile phone data: Evidence from an anti-poverty intervention in Afghanistan
EL Aiken, G Bedoya, JE Blumenstock, A Coville
Journal of Development Economics 161, 103016, 2023
The effect of missing data on wind resource estimation
A Coville, A Siddiqui, KO Vogstad
Energy 36 (7), 4505-4517, 2011
The Nollywood Nudge: An Entertaining Approach to Saving
A Coville, V Di Maro, F Dunsch, S Zottel
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2019
Financing municipal water and sanitation services in nairobi’s informal settlements
A Coville, S Galiani, P Gertler, S Yoshida
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
Moving from efficacy to effectiveness: using behavioural economics to improve the impact of WASH interventions
A Coville, V Orozco
Waterlines, 26-34, 2014
8 Shape Up and Ship Out? Gender Constraints to Growth and Exporting in South Africa
T Bossuroy, F Campos, A Coville, M Goldstein, G Roberts, S Sequeira
Women and trade in Africa: Realizing the potential, 129, 2013
Weighing the Evidence: Which Studies Count?
E Vivalt, A Coville, KC Sampada
Tech. rep., Working Paper, 2021. and,“How do policymakers update, 2019
Science for Impact: Better Evidence for Better Decisions–The Dime Experience
A Legovini, GS Adjognon, G Bedoya Arguelles, T Bougna Lonla, ...
Disclosure, 2019
Effects of a community-driven water, sanitation and hygiene intervention on water and sanitation infrastructure, access, behaviour, and governance: a cluster-randomised …
JP Quattrochi, A Coville, E Mvukiyehe, CJ Dohou, F Esu, B Cohen, ...
BMJ global health 6 (5), e005030, 2021
How often should we believe positive results? Assessing the credibility of research findings in development economics
A Coville, E Vivalt
MetaArXiv, 2017
Promoting E-commerce in Georgia: Exploring Constraints to Online Participation using Baseline Data from an Experimental Study
MC Apedo Amah, A Coville, C Piza, S Raja, R Scarpari
World Bank Group, 2020
Paying Attention to Profitable Investments
A Coville, V Orozco-Olvera, A Reichert
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2019
Using subjective expectations to assess research credibility
A Coville, E Vivalt
Working Paper, 2017
Trade-offs and risks in results-based approaches
C Chase, A Coville
Broken Pumps and Promises: Incentivizing Impact in Environmental Health, 19-29, 2016
Effects of a community‐driven water, sanitation, and hygiene programme on COVID‐19 symptoms, vaccine acceptance and non‐COVID illnesses: A cluster‐randomised controlled trial …
K Croke, A Coville, E Mvukiyehe, CJ Dohou, JP Zibika, L Stanus Ghib, ...
Tropical Medicine & International Health 27 (9), 795-802, 2022
What do People Say? Results from Two Waves of Phone Surveys on COVID-19 in rural Democratic Republic of Congo
M Andreottola, A Coville, K Croke, CJ Dohou, Y Lokaya, EM Bokasola, ...
Context, 2021
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