Andrew Dillon

  • 355 Citations

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Research Interests

Andrew Dillon is a development economist whose research focuses on how improving productivity increases welfare in developing countries and the methods and measures that establish these causal relationships. His current research focuses on market organization in developing countries and productivity-enhancing investments that households may make in health and nutrition, new agricultural technologies, and education.  Ongoing projects are currently being implemented with government, private sector firms, and NGOs in Burkina Faso, Mali and Nigeria.

Education/Academic qualification

Applied Economics and Management, PhD, Cornell University

… → 2008

Applied Economics and Management, MA, Cornell University

… → 2007

BA, Economics, University of Virginia

… → 1999

Political and Social Thought, BA, University of Virginia

… → 1999

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Research Output

  • 355 Citations
  • 18 Article
  • 1 Comment/debate
  • 1 Review article

Experimental evidence on post-program effects and spillovers from an agriculture-nutrition program

Dillon, A., Bliznashka, L. & Olney, D., Jan 2020, In : Economics and Human Biology. 36, 100820.

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Open Access
  • Good identification, meet good data

    Dillon, A., Karlan, D., Udry, C. & Zinman, J., Mar 2020, In : World Development. 127, 104796.

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  • Dams: Effects of Hydrological Infrastructure on Development

    Dillon, A. & Fishman, R., Oct 5 2019, In : Annual Review of Resource Economics. 11, p. 125-148 24 p.

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  • Land measurement bias and its empirical implications: Evidence from a validation exercise

    Dillon, A., Gourlay, S., McGee, K. & Oseni, G., Apr 1 2019, In : Economic Development and Cultural Change. 67, 3, p. 595-624 30 p.

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    3 Scopus citations