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Title Can Women’s Access to Informal Justice Be Increased Without Altering Powerbrokers' Extrinsic Incentives? Experimental Evidence from a UN Women's Program on Non-Violent Communication in South Central Somalia
ID 20190616AB
Authors
Nicholas Haas
Email: nsh276@nyu.edu  Institution / Affiliation : New York University  EGAP member: No 
Prabin B. Khadka
Email: pbk232@nyu.edu  Institution / Affiliation : New York University  EGAP member: No 
B3 Acknowledgements We thank The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Crime and Violence Initiative for funding support. We also gratefully acknowledge the support of United Nations Women, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) and Rule of Law and Security Institutions Group (ROLSIG), the Somalia Ministry of Justice, and The Center for Nonviolent Communication., This project would not be possible without Virginie Blanchard. Jeda Ahmed and Rashid Abdi provided excellent research assistance. We have received valuable comments from Rachel Brule, Nasra Islan, Irmtraud Kauschat, Gwyneth McClendon, Rebecca Morton, Richard Nielsen, Cyrus Samii, NYU workshop participants, and from participants at the 2018 WESSI Beirut and 2019 Economic Science Association Asia Pacific Meetings., The authors take credit for all errors. This research was approved by New York University's Institutional Review Board under protocol #IRB-FY2018-2099.
B4 Is one of the study authors a university faculty member? No
B5 Is this Registration Prospective or Retrospective? Registration prior to realization of outcomes
B6 Is this an experimental study? Yes
B7 Date of start of study 06/25/2019
B8 Should this study be gated? (discouraged)
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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