• Michael Kremer


Targeting, Discretionary Funding, and the Provision of Local Public Goods: Evidence from Kenya. Michael Kremer, Ryan Sheely, July 22, 2015, Paper, "We provide evidence about how politicians value targeting and discretionary funding by conducting an incentive‐compatible discrete choice experiment with 179 local‐level elected officials in rural Kenya. In the experiment, local politicians choose between different public goods packages that vary with respect to how the location of the good is decided and who controls the funding associated with maintaining the public good. We use an NGO water project as an opportunity to link... " Link