Hai gọng kìm chống tham nhũng của Singapore (Singapore’s two anti-corruption pincers)

Zing News (Vietnam)

May 2022

Workingman’s Economist: A conversation with 
Nobelist David Card

California Magazine 

March 2022

The African Mobile Money Revolution

The Africa I Know 

September 2021

Developing Countries’ Misplaced Optimism about COVID – Leading Macroeconomic Influencers

Pharmaceutical Technology 

February 2021

CEGA Fellow Presents on Blockchain for Research Transparency

CEGA Impact Note 

March 2019

Blockchain: A tool to share, accelerate science?

American Association for the Advancement of Science 

February 2019

Blockchain could improve reproducibility of meta-analyses

American Laboratory

February 2019

Blockchain will provide transparency to the world of meta-analyses 


February 2019

Blockchain can strengthen the credibility of meta-analyses 

EurekAlert Press Release/American Association for the Advancement of Science

February 2019

Can cash curb corruption in Indonesia? 

The ASEAN Post

January 2019

AI for Economic Development (Highlights) 


April 2018

I, Development Economist 


April 2018

DIME Analytics Special – Artificial Intelligence for Economic Development Conference Roundup

World Bank DIME Analytics Weekly

March 2018

The Potential of Human-Computer Interaction and Behavioral Science

Behavioral Scientist (Special Issue: Connected State of Mind)

January 2018

Policy Solutions to Combat Corruption Event

International Growth Centre

December 2017

Navigating the Garden of Forking Paths

Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences Blog 

November 2017

American Society of Engineers Education Conference – Columbus Ohio, USA (Feedback)

Kepler Tech Lab 

July 2017

Ranking of Top Economists on Twitter

Research Papers in Economics/IDEAS 

June 2017 

Terrorists Navigate Uncertainty


April 2017

Research Corner

This Week in Africa

March 2017

Highway Robbery

LSE Connect (The London School of Economics Alumni Magazine) 

Autumn 2016

Can Africa Overcome Its Corruption Problem?

Seeker: A Discovery Digital Network 

October 8, 2016

Can Africa Overcome Its Corruption Problem? (Video Profile)

Seeker Daily 

October 8, 2016

Why We Love Science

The Huffington Post 

July 26, 2016

Things I’ve Been Reading

Chris Blattman Blog 

July 5, 2016

Network Midterm Performance Evaluation

Dexis Consulting Group 

April 2016

Pay Ghanaian police higher salaries and there will be less corruption? Yeah right!


March 2016

UC Funnels $1.32 million in seed funding

The Daily Californian

February 8, 2016

Економіка корупції: плата за гріх (Ukrainian Translation of “The Wages of Sin” by The Economist)

February 3, 2016

The Economics of Corruption: The Wages of Sin

The Economist

January 4, 2016

Development Engineering: Reflections from a Development Impact Lab Postdoctoral Fellow

Development Impact Lab

January 4, 2016

Dialling Democracy: Mobile Phones and Political Participation in Ghana

Africa at LSE Blog

December 21, 2015

3 Mobile Tools Changing How Organizations Interact with the Communities They Serve


December 8, 2015

Poverty and Technology

Story Punch Podcast

November 9, 2015

The Impact of Open Data on Socioeconomic Development in Ghana

Code for Ghana

April 28, 2015

Impact Evaluation 2015 Round-Up

World Bank Development Impact Blog

March 26, 2015

Ghost on the Highway: On the Salary Corruption Nexus in Ghana

Cherokee Gothic: Development.Growth.Macro

March, 23, 2015

Mobile Democracy in Ghana

University of California Television, Foreign Policy and International Politics

March 2, 2015

A Cross-Sector Exchange on Governance and Digital Technology

Blum Center for Developing Economies

February 24, 2015

How Local Politics Complicate Poverty Reduction

BORGEN Magazine 

November 22, 2014

A Disconnect: What If Everything We Know About Fixing Global Poverty is Wrong?

California Magazine 

October 22, 2014

The Challenges of Development Economics

Blum Center for Developing Economies  

October 9, 2014

Stanford Africa Table

Center for African Studies, Stanford University 

October 1, 2014

Mobile Democracy in Ghana Video Profile, Free Speech Movement 50th Anniversary

UC Berkeley Media Relations/News Center

October 1, 2014

Cyber Tools Offer New Channels for Free Speech, but Grassroots Organizing Still Critical

UC Berkeley Media Relations and UC Berkeley News Center

October 1, 2014

Living Here in the Bay Video Profile

The Living Here in The Bay Documentary Project

September 24, 2014

A Literary Theory of Games and Economic Behavior by William Shakespeare

Journal of Political Economy (2014) Vol. 122, no. 4, back cover quote