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Arun G. Chandrasekhar
Arun G. Chandrasekhar
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
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The diffusion of microfinance
A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, E Duflo, MO Jackson
Science 341 (6144), 2013
17912013
Using gossips to spread information: Theory and evidence from two randomized controlled trials
A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, E Duflo, MO Jackson
The Review of Economic Studies 86 (6), 2453-2490, 2019
560*2019
Econometrics of sampled networks
A Chandrasekhar, R Lewis
Unpublished manuscript, MIT.[422] 2, 7, 2011
3732011
Testing models of social learning on networks: Evidence from two experiments
AG Chandrasekhar, H Larreguy, JP Xandri
Econometrica 88 (1), 1-32, 2020
290*2020
Network structure and the aggregation of information: Theory and evidence from Indonesia
V Alatas, A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, R Hanna, BA Olken
American Economic Review 106 (7), 1663-1704, 2016
2292016
Social Networks as Contract Enforcement: Evidence from a Lab Experiment in the Field
AG Chandrasekhar, C Kinnan, H Larreguy
206*2014
A network formation model based on subgraphs
AG Chandrasekhar, MO Jackson
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.07658, 2016
205*2016
Social networks, reputation, and commitment: evidence from a savings monitors experiment
E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar
Econometrica 87 (1), 175-216, 2019
1882019
Econometrics of network formation
A Chandrasekhar
The Oxford handbook of the economics of networks, 303-357, 2016
1632016
Using aggregated relational data to feasibly identify network structure without network data
E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, TH McCormick, M Pan
American Economic Review 110 (8), 2454-2484, 2020
1502020
Can a Trusted Messenger Change Behavior when Information is Plentiful? Evidence from the First Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic in West Bengal
A Banerjee, M Alsan, E BREZA, A Chowdhury, E Duflo, B Olken, ...
Technical report, 2022
147*2022
Changes in social network structure in response to exposure to formal credit markets
A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, E Duflo, MO Jackson, C Kinnan
Review of Economic Studies 91 (3), 1331-1372, 2024
1362024
Comparison of knowledge and information-seeking behavior after general COVID-19 public health messages and messages tailored for Black and Latinx communities: a randomized …
M Alsan, FC Stanford, A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, ...
Annals of internal medicine 174 (4), 484-492, 2021
1162021
Do Celebrity Endorsements Matter? A Twitter Experiment Promoting Vaccination in Indonesia
V Alatas, AG Chandrasekhar, M Mobius, BA Olken, C Paladines
The Economic Journal 134 (659), 913-933, 2024
108*2024
Selecting the most effective nudge: Evidence from a large-scale experiment on immunization
A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, S Dalpath, E Duflo, J Floretta, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
932021
When Less Is More: Experimental Evidence on Information Delivery During India’s Demonetisation
A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, B Golub
Review of Economic Studies 91 (4), 1884-1922, 2024
892024
Effects of a large-scale social media advertising campaign on holiday travel and COVID-19 infections: a cluster randomized controlled trial
E Breza, FC Stanford, M Alsan, B Alsan, A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, ...
Nature medicine 27 (9), 1622-1628, 2021
81*2021
Signaling, shame, and silence in social learning
AG Chandrasekhar, B Golub, H Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
73*2018
Naive learning with uninformed agents
A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, M Mobius
American Economic Review 111 (11), 3540-3574, 2021
672021
End COVID-19 in low-and middle-income countries
AM Mobarak, E Miguel, J Abaluck, A Ahuja, M Alsan, A Banerjee, E Breza, ...
Science 375 (6585), 1105-1110, 2022
552022
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