- Creating a Lab in the Field: Economics Experiments for Policymaking, Journal of Economic Surveys, 30 (5), 2016, 835-854 (Published Paper Working Paper). Email me for more recent drafts.
- Three risk-elicitation methods in the field: Evidence from rural Senegal (with Gary Charness), Review of Behavioral Economics, 3 (2), 2016, 145-171 (Published Paper Working Paper incl. Instructions Data). A previous version of this paper appeared as IFPRI Discussion Paper 1135.
- Potential collusion and trust: Evidence from a field experiment in Vietnam (with Máximo Torero), African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 11 (1), 2016, 22-32 (Published Paper Working Paper). A version of this paper appeared as IFPRI Discussion Paper 1100.
- To remit, or not to remit: that is the question. A remittance field experiment (with Máximo Torero), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 112, 2015, 221-236 (Published Paper (open access) Working Paper (incl. Instructions)).
- Lost in the mail: A field experiment on crime (with Marco Castillo, Ragan A. Petrie and Máximo Torero), Economic Inquiry, 52 (1), 2014, 285-303 (Published Paper Working Paper).
- Contract farming and smallholder incentives to produce high quality: experimental evidence from the Vietnamese dairy sector (with Christoph Saenger, Matin Qaim and Maximo Torero), Agricultural Economics, 44 (3), 2013, 297-308 (Published paper Working Paper).
- Breaking the norm: An empirical investigation into the unraveling of good behavior (with Ruth Vargas Hill and Eduardo Maruyama), Journal of Development Economics, 99 (1), 2012, 150-162 (Published Paper (open access) Instructions). A previous version of this paper appeared as IFPRI Discussion Paper 948.
- A field experiment on the impact of weather shocks and insurance on risky investment (with Ruth Vargas Hill), Experimental Economics, 15 (2), 2012, 341-371 (Published Paper (open access) Instructions). A previous version of this paper appeared as IFPRI Discussion Paper 974.
- Treating the field as a lab: A basic guide to conducting economics experiments for policymaking, September 2012 (Final Version User Experience Survey). Disclaimer: The final, published version has been released. Please complete a short download form so I can keep track of users and email future updates. Please cite as "Viceisza, A. C. G. 2012. Treating the field as a lab: A basic guide to conducting economics experiments for policymaking. Food Security in Practice Technical Guide 7, Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute."
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- Intentions to coordinate in the field (with Kodjo Aflagah and Tanguy Bernard), Paper coming soon.
- Competition and prosociality: A field experiment in Ghana (with Kerstin Grosch and Marcela Ibanez), November 2016 (Paper Instructions Surveys).
- Bite me! ABC's Shark Tank as a path to entrepreneurship (with Baylee Smith), November 2016 (Paper).
- Building trust in rural producer organizations: results from a randomized controlled trial (with Tanguy Bernard, Markus Frölich, Andreas Landmann, Pia Naima Unte and Fleur Wouterse), April 2016 (Paper Online Appendix). A version of this paper appeared as IZA Discussion Paper 9207 under the title "Building trust in rural producer organizations in Senegal: results from a randomized controlled trial".
- Communication and coordination: Experimental evidence from farmer groups in Senegal (with Kodjo Aflagah and Tanguy Bernard), June 2015 (Paper Instructions). A version of this paper appeared as IFPRI & PIM Discussion Paper 01450.
- Leaders needed: Experimental evidence from rural producer organizations in Senegal (with Tanguy Bernard, Ligane Sene and Fleur Wouterse), November 2014 (Paper). A version of this paper circulated under the title "Coordination requires more than one leader! Experimental evidence from rural producer organizations in Senegal".
- Metacognitive Awareness and Academic Performance (with colleagues from Spelman). Supported by DOE FITW Program.
- Using eye tracking to study migrant remittances and its welfare implications. Supported by NSF Award No. 164992.
- Child inﬂuence in the household: A randomized health information intervention in Peru (with Eduardo Maruyama and Maximo Torero).
Non-peer reviewed publications
- Behavioral Field Experiments for the Study of HPAI Prevention and Control, Africa/Indonesia Region Report No. 12, October 2008.
- Georgia’s Aging Population: What to expect and how to cope? (with Glenn Landers, Clare Richie, Sally Wallace and David Sjoquist), FRC Report/Brief No. 116, October 2005.
- “ATM: On the road to success” Library and Press of the University of the Netherlands Antilles, Curaçao, May 2000.
Permanent working papers
- The effect of irrelevant information on adverse selection in a signaling game, June 2013 (Paper incl. Instructions). This is a substantially revised version of a paper that formerly circulated under the title: An experimental inquiry into the effect of yardstick competition on corruption, IFPRI Discussion Paper 774.
Presentations, speeches, opinions, & interviews
- Interview by Wereldjournalisten in the Netherlands, June 12, 2016 (Article in Dutch).
- Behavioral Field Experiments, Goettingen, November 24, 26, 27, 2015 (Syllabus, Notes).
- Inside Spelman Interviews, (December 2014, February 2015).
- Experimental methods for impact assessment, AGRODEP, Dakar, May 26-27, 2014 (Webpage, Syllabus, Picture).
- Understanding the poor's decisions: A forum on using lablike field experiments to inform policy, IFPRI, Washington, DC, November 8, 2013 (Presentation).
- Annual IFPRI Toastmasters (Chatmasters International) Address, Washington, DC, April 23, 2009 (Presentation).
- Mini-lecture on Experimental Economics Methods at the University of Hohenheim under auspices of prof. dr. Manfred Zeller, Hohenheim, November 2008 (Syllabus).
- IFPRI Activities on Compensation, presented at the Western Hemisphere on Poultry Compensation--A Critical Component for Avian Influenza Control organized by the FAO, OIE, USDA and US DOD, Gamboa, Panamá, July 2008 (Presentation).
- Three Anecdotes and A Couple of Quotes, speech held at the eleventh annual Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Honors Dinner, GSU, April 2007 (Speech).
- Kòrsou, n’unda bo tesoro ta?, article discussing the self-fulfilling prophecies of Curaçao macroeconomics, local associated press, Curaçao, June 2003 (Article [in Papiamento]).
- The Culture of Fear, article published as part of book compiled and edited by prof. dr. ing. Valdemar Marcha and prof. dr. Paul Verweel, University of the Netherlands Antilles and University of Utrecht, January 2003 (Paper [in Dutch]).