Author

Name:
Pedro Vicente
Educations:
Ph D: U Chicago, Economics, 2005
Master: LSE, Economics, 2000
Bachelor: UCP, Economics, 1998
e-mail:
vicentep@tcd.ie
URL:
http://www.pedrovicente.org/
FCT research center:
Nova School of Business and Economics (2015)
REBIDES institution:
Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Faculdade de Economia (2015)
Ideas:
http://ideas.repec.org/e/pvi115.html
Articles 9:
Ranking: CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012). Institution: U Nova.

Is Vote Buying Effective? Evidence from a Field Experiment in West Africa 49.57
Pedro Vicente
Economic Journal, vol. 124, 2014, p. F356-87.

Votes and Violence: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Nigeria 24.79
Paul Collier, Pedro Vicente
Economic Journal, vol. 124, 2014, p. 327-355.

Political Violence and Social Networks: Experimental Evidence from a Nigerian Election 21.69
Pedro Vicente, Marcel Fafchamps
Journal of Development Economics, vol. 101, 2013, p. 27-48.

Violence, Bribery, and Fraud: The Political Economy of Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa 17.07
Pedro Vicente, Paul Collier
Public Choice, vol. 153, 2012, p. 117-147.

Do Migrants Improve Governance at Home? Evidence from a Voting Experiment 20.51
Cátia Batista, Pedro Vicente
World Bank Economic Review, vol. 25, 2011, p. 77-104.

Legal Corruption 13.09
Daniel Kaufmann, Pedro Vicente
Economics And Politics, vol. 23, 2011, p. 195-219.

Testing the Brain Gain Hypothesis: Micro Evidence from Cape Verde 14.46
Cátia Batista, Aitor Lacuesta, Pedro Vicente
Journal of Development Economics, vol. 97, 2011, p. 32-45.

Does Oil Corrupt? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in West Africa 43.38
Pedro Vicente
Journal of Development Economics, vol. 92, 2010, p. 28-38.

Clientelism and Vote Buying: Lessons from Field Experiments in African Elections 15.14
Pedro Vicente, Leonard Wantchekon
Oxford Review Of Economic Policy, vol. 25, 2009, p. 292-305.

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