Felipe Torres Raposo
Felipe is a DPhil student at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. He received a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Oxford, and a Master’s in Economics from Queen Mary University of London. He is also an Associate Lecturer in Quantitative Research Methods at the Department of Political Science at University College London
Government Audits of Municipal Corruption and Belief Updating: Experimental from a Field Experiment (with Raymond Duch). Registered pre-analysis plan: AER RCT Registry
Choice Architecture for Messaging Corruption: Evidence from an Adaptive Experiment (with Raymond Duch). Registered pre-analysis plan: AER RCT Registry
Deterrence or dispersion? The effect of audits on Donors’ behaviour (with Nelson Ruiz)
Reference points formation (with Nicholas Sabin)
Measuring corruption using RIRT
Do mayors reward/punish corrupt bureaucrats?