Serena Cocciolo

Content by Serena Cocciolo
  • Publication - Working Paper

    Group size and collective action: Evidence from Bangladesh

    15 Apr 2019 | Serena Cocciolo, Ahsan Habib, Anna Tompsett

  • Project

    Mechanisms of participatory development: Fairness norms and value of participation

    Community participation has emerged as one of the dominant approaches in the development sector and it is viewed as an effective way to incorporate local knowledge into planning, implementation and monitoring of interventions, and to reinforce stakeholders' sense of ownership over project assets. However, the existing evidence on the effectiveness of...

    25 Jan 2017 | Selene Ghisolfi, Serena Cocciolo, Jakob Svensson

  • Project

    Group size and collective action: Evidence from Bangladesh

    In the absence of an effective state, groups of people must work together and take collective action to provide public goods and services. There is remarkably little robust empirical evidence to evaluate theories on why collective action often fails, and under which circumstances it might succeed, in particular, the effect of group size on ability to take collection...

    10 Nov 2016 | Serena Cocciolo, Ahsan Habib, Anna Tompsett