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NBER Publications by Radha Iyengar

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May 2014Comparing Economic and Social Interventions to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Central and Southern Africa
with Giulia Ferrari
in African Successes: Human Capital, Sebastian Edwards, Simon Johnson, and David N. Weil, editors
August 2011Building Peace: The Impact of Aid on the Labor Market for Insurgents
with Jonathan Monten, Matthew Hanson: w17297
March 2011Comparing Economic and Social Interventions to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Central and Southern Africa
with Giulia Ferrari: w16902
July 2010Does Arrest Deter Violence? Comparing Experimental and Nonexperimental Evidence on Mandatory Arrest Laws
in The Economics of Crime: Lessons for and from Latin America, Rafael Di Tella, Sebastian Edwards, and Ernesto Schargrodsky, editors
The Effect of Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq
with Luke N. Condra, Joseph H. Felter, Jacob N. Shapiro: w16152
March 2008Is There an "Emboldenment" Effect? Evidence from the Insurgency in Iraq
with Jonathan Monten: w13839
February 2008I'd rather be Hanged for a Sheep than a Lamb: The Unintended Consequences of 'Three-Strikes' Laws
w13784
50,000 People a Day: The Use of Federally Funded Services for Intimate Partner Violence
with Lindsay Sabik, Cindy Southworth, Sarah Tucker, Cynthia Fraser: w13785
June 2007Does the Certainty of Arrest Reduce Domestic Violence? Evidence from Mandatory and Recommended Arrest laws
w13186
An Analysis of the Performance of Federal Indigent Defense Counsel
w13187

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