Daniel Björkegren
Daniel Björkegren
Assistant Professor of Economics, Brown University
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Behavior revealed in mobile phone usage predicts credit repayment
D Björkegren, D Grissen
The World Bank Economic Review 34 (3), 618-634, 2020
The Adoption of Network Goods: Evidence from the Spread of Mobile Phones in Rwanda
D Björkegren
Review of Economic Studies, 2018
The Potential of Digital Credit to Bank the Poor
D Björkegren, D Grissen
American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings, 2018
Non-Choice Evaluations Predict Behavioral Responses to Changes in Economic Conditions
BD Bernheim, D Björkegren, J Naecker, A Rangel
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
Manipulation-proof machine learning
D Björkegren, JE Blumenstock, S Knight
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.03865, 2020
Balancing competing objectives with noisy data: Score-based classifiers for welfare-aware machine learning
E Rolf, M Simchowitz, S Dean, LT Liu, D Bjorkegren, M Hardt, ...
International Conference on Machine Learning, 8158-8168, 2020
Competition in network industries: Evidence from the rwandan mobile phone network
D Björkegren
Inferring Missing Cell Tower Locations using Call Handoffs
D Björkegren
White Paper, 2014
Assessing Bias in Smartphone Mobility Estimates in Low Income Countries
S Milusheva, D Bjorkegren, L Viotti
ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Sustainable Societies, 364-378, 2021
Nostalgic Demand
D Björkegren
Available at SSRN 3220583, 2018
Network adoption subsidies: A digital evaluation of a rural mobile phone program in Rwanda
D Björkegren, BC Karaca
Journal of Development Economics, 102762, 2021
Measuring Informal Work with Digital Traces: Mobile Payphone Operators in Rwanda
D Björkegren
Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Information and …, 2020
(Machine) Learning What Governments Value
D Björkegren, J Blumenstock, S Knight
The Value and Spread of Information: Evidence from Mobile Phones in Rwanda
D Björkegren
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