"Can Political Alignment be Coslty?," with Michael Callen and Saad Gulzar.
Revise and Resubmit.
"Choosing ungoverned space: Pakistan's Frontier Crimes Regulation," with Jacob Shapiro, Michael Callen, Saad Gulzar, and Yasir Khan.
"Data and Policy Decisions: Experimental Evidednce from Pakistan," with Michael Callen, Saad Gulzar, Ali Hasnain, and Yasir Khan.
"Election Fairness and Government Legitimacy in Afghanistan," with Eli Berman, Michael Callen, Clark Gibson, and James D. Long.
"No bulls: Asymmetric information in the market for artificial insemination in Pakistan," with Ali Hasanain and Yasir Khan.
"Personalities and Public Sector Performance: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan," with with Michael Callen, Saad Gulzar, Ali Hasanain, and Yasir Khan.
NBER Working Paper 21180.
"The Political Economy of Public Sector Absence: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan," with Michael Callen, Saad Gulzar, Ali Hasanain, and Yasir Khan.
NBER Working Paper 22340.
Research in Progress
"Catching data-driven cheating: Machine learning detection of falsified immunization e-records," with Mustafa Naseem.
Funding from the Gates Foundation.
"Do Pakistanis value air pollution information? Should they?" with Husnain Fateh, Matthew Gibson, and Sanval Nasim.
Funding from J-Pal Governance Initiative, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
"Increasing Access to Training, Capital, and Networks: Two Planned Field Experiments with Small Firms in Uganda," with Andy Brownback, Sarojini Hirshleifer, and Benjamin Kachero.
Funding from East Africa Social Science Translation (EASST) Secretariat acting on behalf of the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA), J-Pal Post-Primary Education Initiative, and from Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL).
"Impact evaluation of Super Abbu: a speech based MNCH platform in Pakistan," with Mustafa Naseem and Agha Ali Raza.
Funding from the National Institute for Health.
"Integrating Isolated Communities: How Does First-Time Mobile Phone Access Affect Remote Communities in the Philippines?" with Joshua Blumenstock, Niall Keleher, and Erin Troland.
Funding from the Development Impact Lab, the Gates Foundation, and USAID.