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Owen Ozier
Owen Ozier
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Williams College
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Cytoscape: a software environment for integrated models of biomolecular interaction networks
P Shannon, A Markiel, O Ozier, NS Baliga, JT Wang, D Ramage, N Amin, ...
Genome research 13 (11), 2498-2504, 2003
413482003
Discovering regulatory and signalling circuits in molecular interaction networks
T Ideker, O Ozier, B Schwikowski, AF Siegel
Bioinformatics 18 (suppl_1), S233-S240, 2002
14542002
Does Africa need a rotten kin theorem? Experimental evidence from village economies
P Jakiela, O Ozier
The Review of Economic Studies 83 (1), 231-268, 2016
522*2016
A systems approach to mapping DNA damage response pathways
CT Workman, HC Mak, S McCuine, JB Tagne, M Agarwal, O Ozier, ...
Science 312 (5776), 1054-1059, 2006
3302006
The impact of secondary schooling in Kenya: a regression discontinuity analysis
O Ozier
Journal of Human Resources 53 (1), 157-188, 2018
213*2018
The impact of violence on individual risk preferences: evidence from a natural experiment
P Jakiela, O Ozier
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2019
1762019
Recruitment, effort, and retention effects of performance contracts for civil servants: Experimental evidence from Rwandan primary schools
C Leaver, O Ozier, P Serneels, A Zeitlin
American Economic Review 111 (7), 2213-46, 2021
992021
Enhancing young children’s language acquisition through parent–child book-sharing: A randomized trial in rural Kenya
HA Knauer, P Jakiela, O Ozier, F Aboud, LCH Fernald
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 50, 179-190, 2020
902020
Monitoring and evaluating the impact of national school-based deworming in Kenya: study design and baseline results
CS Mwandawiro, B Nikolay, JH Kihara, O Ozier, DA Mukoko, MT Mwanje, ...
Parasites & Vectors 6 (1), 1-14, 2013
852013
Exploiting externalities to estimate the long-term effects of early childhood deworming
O Ozier
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (3), 235-262, 2018
84*2018
Exploiting externalities to estimate the long-term effects of early childhood deworming
O Ozier
World Bank, 2014
652014
A firm of one's own: experimental evidence on credit constraints and occupational choice
A Brudevold-Newman, M Honorati, P Jakiela, O Ozier
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2017
632017
Gendered language
P Jakiela, O Ozier
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2018
572018
Global architecture of genetic interactions on the protein network
O Ozier, N Amin, T Ideker
nature biotechnology 21 (5), 490-491, 2003
492003
Motivating bureaucrats through social recognition: External validity—a tale of two states
V Gauri, JC Jamison, N Mazar, O Ozier
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 163, 117-131, 2021
32*2021
Why ex-post power using estimated effect sizes is bad, but an ex-post MDE is not
D McKenzie, O Ozier
World Bank Development Impact Blog, 2019
242019
Big sisters
P Jakiela, O Ozier, L Fernald, H Knauer
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
212020
Multilingual assessment of early child development: Analyses from repeated observations of children in Kenya
HA Knauer, P Kariger, P Jakiela, O Ozier, LCH Fernald
Developmental Science 22 (5), e12875, 2019
212019
Can education be standardized? Evidence from Kenya
G Gray-Lobe, A Keats, M Kremer, I Mbiti, OW Ozier
Evidence from Kenya (September 16, 2022). University of Chicago, Becker …, 2022
142022
Replication Redux: The reproducibility crisis and the case of deworming
O Ozier
The World Bank Research Observer 36 (1), 101-130, 2021
62021
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