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Voter Response to Peak and End Transfers: Evidence from a Conditional Cash Transfer Experiment

Sebastian Galiani, Nadya Hajj, Patrick J. McEwan, Pablo Ibarraran, Nandita Krishnaswamy

NBER Working Paper No. 22588
Issued in September 2016, Revised in November 2018

---- Acknowledgments ----

Samantha Finn and Caroline Gallagher provided excellent research assistance in the collection of voting data. Felipe Barrera-Osorio, Fiorella Benedetti, Kristin Butcher, Dan Fetter, Phil Levine, Kyung Park, Akila Weerapana, seminar participants, and anonymous referees provided helpful advice, without assuming responsibility for errors or interpretations. This is a substantially updated and revised version of a paper circulated as “Electoral Reciprocity in Programmatic Redistribution: Experimental Evidence.” The opinions expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Inter-American Development Bank, its Board of Directors, the countries they represent, or the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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