Alessia Isopi
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Origins of the sicilian mafia: The market for lemons
A Dimico, A Isopi, O Olsson
The Journal of Economic History 77 (4), 1083-1115, 2017
79*2017
Selectivity on aid modality: Determinants of budget support from multilateral donors
P Clist, A Isopi, O Morrissey
The Review of International Organizations 7 (3), 267-284, 2012
622012
Aid allocation and aid effectiveness: an empirical analysis
A Isopi, G Mavrotas
Development Aid, 114-157, 2009
512009
Aid and corruption: Do donors use development assistance to provide the “right” incentives
A Isopi, F Mattesini
AidData Conference, University College, Oxford, March, 22-25, 2010
292010
How do donors allocate funds to NGOs? Evidence from Uganda
S Bougheas, A Isopi, T Owens
CREDIT research paper, 2012
102012
Aid and Corruption: Do Donors Use Development Assistance to Provide the'Right'Incentives?
F Mattesini, A Isopi
CEIS Working Paper, 2008
92008
Does consultation improve decision-making?
A Isopi, D Nosenzo, C Starmer
Theory and Decision 77 (3), 377-388, 2014
72014
Good donors or good recipients? A repeated moral hazard model of aid allocation
A Isopi, F Mattesini
CREDIT Research Paper, 2009
62009
Aid and corruption: an incentive problem
A Isopi
Handbook on the economics of foreign aid, 2015
42015
Should aid reward good outcomes? Optimal contracts in a repeated moral hazard model of foreign aid allocation
F MATTESINI, A Isopi
CEIS, 2006
12006
The allocation of resources within polygamous households: Evidence from Nigeria
J Golan, A Isopi
Having the Sopranos on board: Corporate governance and organised crime in Italy
R Ganau, A Rodríguez-Pose, V Bageri, Y Katsoulacos, G Spagnolo, ...
CREDIT Research Paper
P Clist, A Isopi, O Morrissey
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