Lori A Beaman
Lori A Beaman
Northwestern University, Department of Economics
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Powerful women: does exposure reduce bias?
L Beaman, R Chattopadhyay, E Duflo, R Pande, P Topalova
The Quarterly journal of economics 124 (4), 1497-1540, 2009
11292009
Female leadership raises aspirations and educational attainment for girls: A policy experiment in India
L Beaman, E Duflo, R Pande, P Topalova
science 335 (6068), 582-586, 2012
9172012
Social networks and the dynamics of labour market outcomes: Evidence from refugees resettled in the US
LA Beaman
The Review of Economic Studies 79 (1), 128-161, 2012
4122012
Who gets the job referral? Evidence from a social networks experiment
L Beaman, J Magruder
American Economic Review 102 (7), 3574-93, 2012
3012012
Can network theory-based targeting increase technology adoption?
L Beaman, A BenYishay, J Magruder, AM Mobarak
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
2572018
Do household definitions matter in survey design? Results from a randomized survey experiment in Mali
L Beaman, A Dillon
Journal of Development Economics 98 (1), 124-135, 2012
144*2012
Political reservation and substantive representation: Evidence from Indian village councils
L Beaman, E Duflo, R Pande, P Topalova
India policy forum 7 (1), 159-201, 2011
1332011
Do job networks disadvantage women? Evidence from a recruitment experiment in Malawi
L Beaman, N Keleher, J Magruder
Journal of Labor Economics 36 (1), 121-157, 2018
1242018
Profitability of fertilizer: Experimental evidence from female rice farmers in Mali
L Beaman, D Karlan, B Thuysbaert, C Udry
American Economic Review 103 (3), 381-86, 2013
1162013
Self-selection into credit markets: Evidence from agriculture in mali
L Beaman, D Karlan, B Thuysbaert, C Udry
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
902014
Diffusion of agricultural information within social networks: Evidence on gender inequalities from Mali
L Beaman, A Dillon
Journal of Development Economics 133, 147-161, 2018
822018
Saving for a (not so) rainy day: A randomized evaluation of savings groups in mali
L Beaman, D Karlan, B Thuysbaert
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
822014
Minding small change among small firms in Kenya
L Beaman, J Magruder, J Robinson
Journal of Development Economics 108, 69-86, 2014
672014
Selection into credit markets: Evidence from agriculture in Mali
L Beaman, D Karlan, B Thuysbaert, C Udry
Unpublished manuscript, 2015
552015
Powerful women: female leadership and gender bias
L Beaman, R Chattopadhyay, E Duflo, R Pande, P Topalova
Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (4), 1497-1540, 2009
342009
14. Politics as a Male Domain and Empowerment in India
L Beaman, R Pande, A Cirone
The impact of gender quotas, 13, 2012
282012
Social networks and the labor market
L Beaman
The Oxford Handbook of the economics of networks, 2016
272016
Women politicians, gender bias, and policy-making in rural India
L Beaman, E Duflo, R Pande, P Topalova
Unknown Publisher, 2006
252006
Economic theory and the positive economics of arts financing
BA Seaman
The American Economic Review 71 (2), 335-340, 1981
251981
Social networks and the dynamics of labor market outcomes: Evidence from refugees
LA Beaman
Unpublished manuscript, 2008
122008
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