Alex Armand
Alex Armand
Assistant Professor
  • Armand, Alex, Attanasio, Orazio, Carneiro, Pedro, Lechene, Valerie (2020). The effect of gender-targeted cash transfers on household expenditures: evidence from a randomized experiment. The Economic Journal.
  • Armand, Alex, Atwell, Paul, Gomes, Joseph F. (2020). The reach of radio: ending civil conflict through rebel demobilization. American Economic Review, 110 (5), 1395-1429.
  • Almås, Ingvild, Armand, A., Attanasio, Orazio, Carneiro, Pedro (2018). Measuring and changing control: Women's empowerment and targeted transfers. Economic Journal, 128 (612), F609-639.
  • Armand, Alex, Mendi, Pedro (2018). Demand drops and innovation investments: Evidence from the Great Recession in Spain. Research Policy, 47 (7), 1321-1333.
  • Armand, Alex, Carneiro, Pedro, Locatelli, Andrea, Mihreteab, Selam, Keating, Joseph (2017). Do public health interventions crowd out private health investments?: Malaria control policies in Eritrea. Labour Economics, 45 (SI), 107-115.
  • Armand, Alex, Augsburg, Britta, Bancalari, Antonella, Trivedi, Bhartendu (2020). Community toilet use in Indian slums: willingness-to-pay and the role of informational and supply side constraints. International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie).
  • Armand, Alex, Gomes, Joseph F., Taveras, Ivan Kim (2019). Managing agricultural risk in Mozambique. IGC International Growth Center.
  • Armand, Alex, Costa, Ana Isabel, Coutts, Alexander, Vicente, Pedro C., Vilela, Inês (2019). Using information to break the political resource curse in natural gas management in Mozambique.
  • Armand, Alex, Carneiro, Pedro (2018). Impact evaluation of the conditional cash transfer program for secondary school attendance in Macedonia.
  • Armand, Alex, Costa, Ana Isabel, Coutts, Alexander, Vicente, Pedro C., Vilela, Inês (2018). On the mechanics of the political resource curse: behavioural measurements of information and local elite behaviour in Mozambique. IGC International Growth Center.
  • Armand, Alex, Coutts, Alexander, Vicente, Pedro C., Vilela, Inês (2019), (Published). Does information break the political resource curse?: Experimental evidence from Mozambique.