Michael Callen
TitleCited byYear
Violence and Risk Preference: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan
M Callen, M Isaqzadeh, JD Long, C Sprenger
The American Economic Review 104 (1), 123-48, 2014
3232014
Do working men rebel? Insurgency and unemployment in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Philippines
E Berman, M Callen, JH Felter, JN Shapiro
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (4), 496-528, 2011
282*2011
Institutional Corruption and Election Fraud: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Afghanistan
M Callen, JD Long
American Economic Review 105 (1), 354-81, 2015
912015
Catastrophes and time preference: Evidence from the indian ocean earthquake
M Callen
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 118, 199-214, 2015
66*2015
Violence and election fraud: Evidence from Afghanistan
NB Weidmann, M Callen
British Journal of Political Science 43 (1), 53-75, 2013
642013
Personalities and public sector performance: Evidence from a health experiment in Pakistan
M Callen, S Gulzar, A Hasanain, Y Khan, A Rezaee
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
62*2015
The political economy of public employee absence: Experimental evidence from Pakistan
MJ Callen, S Gulzar, SA Hasanain, MY Khan
Available at SSRN 2316245, 2013
61*2013
Pooling risk among countries
M Callen, J Imbs, P Mauro
Journal of International Economics 96 (1), 88-99, 2015
60*2015
Promises and pitfalls of mobile money in Afghanistan: evidence from a randomized control trial
JE Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani, L Koepke
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information and…, 2015
422015
Why do defaults affect behavior? Experimental evidence from Afghanistan
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani
American Economic Review 108 (10), 2868-2901, 2018
38*2018
What are the headwaters of formal savings? Experimental evidence from Sri Lanka
S De Mel, M Callen, C McIntosh, C Woodruff
Review of Economic Studies, 2019
36*2019
Political identity: Experimental evidence on anti-Americanism in Pakistan
L Bursztyn, M Callen, B Ferman, S Gulzar, A Hasanain, N Yuchtman
Unpublished manuscript, Univ. Chicago, Chicago, IL Article Locations…, 2016
34*2016
Election fairness and government legitimacy in Afghanistan
E Berman, MJ Callen, C Gibson, JD Long
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
25*2014
Improving electoral integrity with information and communications technology
M Callen, CC Gibson, DF Jung, JD Long
Journal of Experimental Political Science 3 (1), 4-17, 2016
182016
Using preference estimates to customize incentives: An application to polio vaccination drives in pakistan
J Andreoni, M Callen, Y Khan, K Jaffar, C Sprenger
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
132016
Violence and financial decisions: Evidence from mobile money in Afghanistan
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani
University of Washington, 2014
12*2014
Improving Public Health Delivery in Punjab, Pakistan Issues and Opportunities
M Callen, S Gulzar, A Hasanain, AR Khan, Y Khan, MZ Mehmood
Lahore School of Economics, 2013
122013
Can Political Alignment be Costly?
M Callen, S Gulzar, A Rezaee
Working paper, 2018
11*2018
Data and policy decisions: Experimental evidence from Pakistan
M Callen, S Gulzar, A Hasanain, MY Khan, A Rezaee
Technical Report, Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) 2018, 2018
72018
Choosing ungoverned space: Pakistan’s frontier crimes regulation
M Callen, S Gulzar, A Rezaee, JN Shapiro
UCSD mimeo, 2015
72015
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