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Brian Dillon
Brian Dillon
Assistant Professor, Dyson School, Cornell University
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Agricultural factor markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: An updated view with formal tests for market failure
B Dillon, CB Barrett
Food policy 67, 64-77, 2017
2052017
Global oil prices and local food prices: Evidence from East Africa
BM Dillon, CB Barrett
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (1), 154-171, 2016
165*2016
Using mobile phones to collect panel data in developing countries
B Dillon
Journal of International Development, 2012
1372012
How competitive are crop markets in sub‐Saharan Africa?
B Dillon, C Dambro
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99 (5), 1344-1361, 2017
682017
Widows' land rights and agricultural investment
B Dillon, A Voena
Journal of Development Economics 135, 449-460, 2018
60*2018
Selling crops early to pay for school A large-scale natural experiment in Malawi
B Dillon
Journal of Human Resources 56 (4), 1296-1325, 2021
502021
Asymmetric Non-Separation and Rural Labor Markets
B Dillon, P Brummund, G Mwabu
412017
Growing and learning when consumption is seasonal: long-term evidence from Tanzania
P Christian, B Dillon
Demography 55 (3), 1091-1118, 2018
40*2018
eKichabi: information access through basic mobile phones in rural Tanzania
G Weld, T Perrier, J Aker, JE Blumenstock, B Dillon, A Kamanzi, ...
Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2018
202018
Paying More for Less: Why Don’t Households in Tanzania Take Advantage of Bulk Discounts?
B Dillon, J De Weerdt, T O’Donoghue
The World Bank Economic Review 35 (1), 148-179, 2021
17*2021
Private information and dynamic risk
B Dillon
Mimeo, 2016
14*2016
The structural transformation of rural Africa: On the current state of African food systems and rural nonfarm economies
CB Barrett, L Christiaensen, M Sheahan, A Shimeles, BM Reardon, ...
A paper prepared for the African economic research consortium’s bieannual …, 2015
102015
How Important is the Yellow Pages? Experimental Evidence from Tanzania
B Dillon, JC Aker, JE Blumenstock
6*2020
Measuring subjective probability distributions
B Dillon
working paper, 2016
6*2016
Experimental evidence on the impact of payments and property rights on Forest user decisions
OS Rakotonarivo, A Bell, B Dillon, AB Duthie, A Kipchumba, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 2, 661987, 2021
22021
How important is the yellow pages? experimental evidence from tanzania
JC Aker, JE Blumenstock, B Dillon
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP14489, 2020
22020
Paying More for Less
B Dillon, J De Weerdt, T O'Donoghue
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
2020
The Emergence of New Markets for Agricultural Technologies: The Case of Cowpea Storage in West Africa1
JC Aker, B Dillon
2017
One eye on the future. How Chris Marker, bricoleur par excellence, inhabits several histories at once.
B Dillon
TLS. Times Literary Supplement, 17-19, 2014
2014
The Measurement, Estimation And Analysis Of Subjective Probability Distributions: With Applications To Investment And Production Decisions In Rural Tanzania
B Dillon
2011
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