Working papers, Submissions, Publications
Hidrobo, Melissa, Jessica B. Hoel, and Katie Wilson. (2019) “Cooperation, reciprocity, and efficiency in polygynous pastoralist households.'' Under review.
Hoel, Jessica B., Melissa Hidrobo, Tanguy Bernard, and Maha Ashour. (2019) "Productive efficiency and cooperation between spouses: Evidence from dairy farming in Senegal." Under review.
Ashour, Maha, Daniel Gilligan, Jessica B. Hoel, and Naureen Karachiwalla. (2018) "Do beliefs about herbicide quality correspond with actual quality in local markets? Evidence from Uganda" Journal of Development Studies.
Hoel, Jessica B., Benjamin Schwab, and John Hoddinott. (2016) "Self-control exertion and the expression of time preference: Experimental evidence from Ethiopia." Journal of Economic Psychology.
Hoel, Jessica B. (2015) "Heterogeneous Households: A within-subject test of asymmetric information between spouses in Kenya." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Heathers, J. A., Hoel, J. B., Wegerif, S., Schwab, B., Ledlie, N., Abay, K., Berhane, G., & Hoddinott, J. (2014, October) Smartphone Platform Survey-Scale Heart Rate Collection: a Performance Evaluation in Ethiopia. In Proceedings of the Wireless Health 2014 on National Institutes of Health (pp. 1-6). ACM.
Work in Progress
Gilligan, Dan, Jessica B. Hoel, Travis Lybbert, and Naureen Karachiwalla. “Preferences, beliefs, and technology adoption.''
Hoel, Jessica B. with Taylor Bigony, Anna Brent, Lilly Chen, Rae Conlon, Annie Engen, Bridget Galaty, Jack Gu, Jackson Lovejoy, Matthew Maciag, Chris Maurice, Jacob Miller, and Brooke Veale. “Just Venmo me.”
Permanent Working Papers
Hoel, Jessica B. (2013) ``Motives for sharing between spouses and strangers: Experimental evidence from Kenya.'' Mimeo.
Hoel, Jessica B. (2013) ``Gender differences in asset reporting.'' Mimeo.
Hoel, Jessica B., Jeffrey Parker, and Jon Rivenburg. (2005) ``A test for classmate peer effects in higher education.'' Mimeo.
Hoel, Jessica B., Jeffrey Parker, and Jon Rivenburg. (2004) ``Peer effects: Do first-year classmates, roommates, and dormmates affect students' academic success.'' Mimeo.