Ted’s main research focus is African economic development, including work on the economic causes and consequences of violence; the impact of ethnic divisions on local collective action; interactions between health, education, environment, and productivity for the poor; and methods for transparent social science research. He has conducted field work in Kenya, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and India. Many of the datasets used in his research are posted online, either on the relevant article page (on this website) or on Dataverse.
Should the WHO withdraw support for mass deworming?
Reevaluating Agricultural Productivity Gaps with Longitudinal Microdata
Commentary: Assessing long-run deworming impacts on education and economic outcomes: a comment on Jullien, Sinclair and Garner (2016)
Transparency, Reproducibility, and the Credibility of Economics Research
Does Mass Deworming Affect Child Nutrition? Meta-analysis, Cost-effectiveness, and Statistical Power
Can War Foster Cooperation?
Appliance Ownership and Aspirations among Electric Grid and Home Solar Households in Rural Kenya
Experimental Evidence on the Economics of Rural Electrification
Impacts and Determinants of Health Levels in Low-Income Countries
Analysis of statistical power reconciles drought-conflict results in Africa
Methodologies to Evaluate Early Childhood Development Programs
Willingness to pay for cleaner water in less developed countries: systematic review of experimental evidence