Does Information Break the Political Resource Curse? Experimental Evidence from Mozambique
Alex Armand, Alexander Coutts, Pedro Vicente, Ines Vilela
American Economic Review, vol. 110, 2020, p. 3431-3453.
Voting and Peer Effects: Experimental Evidence from Mozambique
Marcel Fafchamps, Ana Vaz , Pedro Vicente
Economic Development And Cultural Change, vol. 68, 2020, p. 567-605.
Does Electoral Observation Influence Electoral Results? Experimental Evidence for Domestic and International Observers in Mozambique
Stefan Leeffers, Pedro Vicente
World Development, vol. 114, 2019, p. 42-58.
Do Migrant Social Networks Shape Political Attitudes and Behavior at Home?
Cátia Batista, Julia Seither, Pedro Vicente
World Development, vol. 117, 2019, p. 328-343.
Foreign Aid Preferences and Perceptions in Donor Countries
Daniel Kaufmann, Eoin F. McGuirk, Pedro Vicente
Journal Of Comparative Economics, vol. 47, 2019, p. 601-617.
Is Information Power? Using Mobile Phones and Free Newspapers during an Election in Mozambique
Jenny C. Aker, Paul Collier, Pedro Vicente
Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 99, 2017, p. 185-200.
Is Vote Buying Effective? Evidence from a Field Experiment in West Africa
Economic Journal, vol. 124, 2014, p. F356-87.
Votes and Violence: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Nigeria
Paul Collier, Pedro Vicente
Economic Journal, vol. 124, 2014, p. 327-355.
Violence, Bribery, and Fraud: The Political Economy of Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa
Pedro Vicente, Paul Collier
Public Choice, vol. 153, 2012, p. 117-147.
Does Oil Corrupt? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in West Africa
Journal of Development Economics, vol. 92, 2010, p. 28-38.