We thank the editors, three anonymous referees, Christian Ahlin, Robert Bates, Cátia Batista, Tim Besley, Michael Bratton, David Clingingsmith, Michael Conlin, Esther Duflo, Marcel Fafchamps, Claudio Ferraz, Yvan Guichaoua, Masa Kudamatsu, Rocco Macchiavello, Alice Mesnard, Abdul Mustapha, Laura Valderrama and Eric Werker for helpful suggestions. We are particularly indebted to Ojobo Atukulu, Otive Igbuzor and Olutayo Olujide at ActionAid International Nigeria, Austin Emeanua, campaigners Nwakaudu Chijoke Mark, Gbolahan Olubowale, George-Hill Anthony, Monday Itoghor, Umar Farouk, Emmanuel Nehemiah, Henry Mang and their field teams and to the surveyors headed by Taofeeq Akinremi, Gbenga Adewunmi, the late Oluwasegun Olaniyan, and Moses Olusola: their professionalism, courage and dedication to this project were truly outstanding. We also acknowledge the kind institutional collaboration of the Afrobarometer. We thank seminar participants at the LSE-Oxford iiG meetings, CSAE, NCDE, EEA, NEUDC, CEPR, AEA/ASSA and IGC conferences and at various seminars for useful comments. We acknowledge financial support from the Department for International Development (DFID), the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Open Society Institute, in the context of the iiG Consortium – ‘Improving Institutions for Pro-poor Growth’. All errors are the responsibility of the authors.
Votes and Violence: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Nigeria
Version of Record online: 24 FEB 2014
© 2013 Royal Economic Society
The Economic Journal
Volume 124, Issue 574, pages F327–F355, February 2014
How to Cite
Collier, P. and Vicente, P. C. (2014), Votes and Violence: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Nigeria. The Economic Journal, 124: F327–F355. doi: 10.1111/ecoj.12109
- Issue online: 24 FEB 2014
- Version of Record online: 24 FEB 2014
- Accepted manuscript online: 18 NOV 2013 11:26AM EST
- Department for International Development
- William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
- Open Society Institute
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