Kehinde F. Ajayi
 
Economist
Africa Region Gender Innovation Lab, The World Bank





Office of the Chief Economist for Africa

1818 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20433
Published Papers
  1. The Effects of Education on Financial Outcomes: Evidence from Kenya (with Phillip Ross)
    Accepted, Economic Development and Cultural Change. [PDF] [Data]
        • The Importance of Information Targeting for School Choice (with Willa Friedman and Adrienne Lucas)
          May 2017, American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 107(5): 638-43. [PDF] [Data] [Article]
        • Gender Parity and Schooling Choices (with Marric Buessing)
          May 2015, Journal of Development Studies, 51(5): 503-522. [PDF] [Data] [Article]

    Working Papers
        • School Choice and Educational Mobility: Lessons from Secondary School Applications in Ghana
          Revise and Resubmit. IED Working Paper 259. [PDF]
    • Explaining Gender Differences in Preference for Self-Employment among Tertiary Graduates in Ghana (with Nana Akua Anyidoho)
      Revise and Resubmit. UNU WIDER Working Paper 2017/1471. [PDF]
    • An Empirical Analysis of School Choice Under Uncertainty (with Modibo Sidibe)
      [PDF]
    • Student Performance and the Effects of School Quality versus School Fit
      Earlier version, IED Working Paper 260. [PDF]

    • Consumer Perceptions and Saving Behavior
      [PDF]

    • Imperfect Information and School Choice in Ghana (with Henry Telli)
      IGC Working Paper. [PDF]

    Book Chapter
    • The Adoption of the Common External Tariff in Nigeria (with Philip Osafo-Kwaako)
      In D. Tussie, ed., The Politics of Trade: The Role of Research in Trade Policy and Negotiation
      Dordrecht, Leiden, Boston: Republic of Letters Publishing, pp. 121-149, 2009. [Link]

    In Progress
    • Guidance and Information for Improved Decisions in Education (with Willa Friedman and Adrienne Lucas)
      AEA RCT Registry [Link]

    • National Service and Beyond: A Panel Study of Tertiary Graduates in Ghana
      Project Summary [Link]