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Title Can providing information to politicians reduce hiring irregularities and increase bureaucratic effectiveness? A field experiment on within-government accountability in Brazil
ID 20181112AA
B3 Acknowledgements I am indebted to Ben Ross Schneider, Lily Tsai and Daniel Hidalgo for their feedback and advice, and to the state audit court of Rio Grande do Norte (and in particular Gilberto Jales, Anne Carvalho, Victor Fernandes, Marcelo Araújo and Ilueny Santos) for candid discussions and their commitment to the project. I also acknowledge financial support from MIT GOV/LAB and the Lemann Foundation. Any errors are my own.
B4 Is one of the study authors a university faculty member? No
B5 Is this Registration Prospective or Retrospective? Registration prior to assignment of treatment
B6 Is this an experimental study? Yes
B7 Date of start of study 11/13/2018
B8 Should this study be gated? (discouraged)
B8 Formerly Gated Until 11/13/2019
B9 Was this design "cliniced" at an EGAP meeting? No
B10 Is there a pre-analysis plan associated with this registration? Yes
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