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Loss in the time of cholera: Long-run impact of a disease epidemic on the urban landscape
A Ambrus, E Field, R Gonzalez
American Economic Review 110 (2), 475-525, 2020
138*2020
Infant mortality rate as a measure of a country’s health: a robust method to improve reliability and comparability
RM Gonzalez, D Gilleskie
Demography 54 (2), 701-720, 2017
672017
Violence and financial decisions: Evidence from mobile money in Afghanistan
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani, R Gonzalez
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2022
442022
Infant mortality in Cuba: myth and reality
RM Gonzalez
Cuban Studies, 19-39, 2015
272015
Cell phone access and election fraud: evidence from a spatial regression discontinuity design in Afghanistan
RM Gonzalez
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 13 (2), 1-51, 2021
212021
Community monitoring and crime: Evidence from Chicago's Safe Passage Program
R Gonzalez, S Komisarow
Journal of Public Economics 191, 104250, 2020
142020
Is the phone mightier than the virus? Cell phone access and epidemic containment efforts
RM Gonzalez, EM Maffioli
Cell Phone Access and Epidemic Containment Efforts (February 26, 2020), 2020
62020
Are socio-demographic and economic characteristics good predictors of misinformation during an epidemic?
EM Maffioli, R Gonzalez
PLOS Global Public Health 2 (3), e0000279, 2022
5*2022
When Does Crime Respond to Punishment?: Evidence from Drug-Free School Zones
RM Gonzalez, S Komisarow, R Jabri
Evidence from Drug-Free School Zones (August 12, 2022), 2022
22022
Can Community Crime Monitoring Reduce Student Absenteeism?
S Komisarow, R Gonzalez
Education Finance and Policy, 1-48, 2022
2022
Mobile phone access and insurgent violence: Evidence from a radio wave propagation model in Afghanistan
R Gonzalez
HiCN Working Papers, 2022
2022
Are socio-demographic and economic characteristics good predictors of misinformation during an epidemic? PLOS Glob Public Health 2 (3): e0000279
EM Maffioli, R Gonzalez
2022
Are socio-demographic and economic characteristics good predictors of misinformation during an epidemic?
RM Gonzalez, EM Maffioli
Available at SSRN 3688576, 2020
2020
Monitoring Corruption: Can Top-down Monitoring Crowd-Out Grassroots Participation?
RM Gonzalez, M Harvey, F Tzachrista
Available at SSRN 3633248, 2020
2020
Social Monitoring and Corruption in Developing Countries
R Gonzalez
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2016
2016
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