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Tackling sexual harassment II: Evidence from a developing coutnry
Last registered on October 21, 2019

Pre-Trial

Trial Information
General Information
Title
Tackling sexual harassment II: Evidence from a developing coutnry
RCT ID
AEARCTR-0004823
Initial registration date
October 20, 2019
Last updated
October 21, 2019 10:04 AM EDT
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Primary Investigator
Affiliation
University of Warwick
Other Primary Investigator(s)
Additional Trial Information
Status
On going
Start date
2019-10-15
End date
2020-06-30
Secondary IDs
Abstract
This project aims to understand information constraints in sexual harassment awareness. The aim is to test for these constraints, filling the gaps and then understanding direct and indirect effects (externalities) on different groups. This project will then test whether there are any effects on economic, academic, psychological outcomes and peer relations.
External Link(s)
Registration Citation
Citation
sharma, karmini. 2019. "Tackling sexual harassment II: Evidence from a developing coutnry." AEA RCT Registry. October 21. https://doi.org/10.1257/rct.4823-1.0.
Experimental Details
Interventions
Intervention(s)
The intervention aims to create awareness about sexual harassment amongst the targeted group to understand how it affects their sexual harassment exposure , economic outcomes and well being.
Intervention Start Date
2019-10-15
Intervention End Date
2019-11-30
Primary Outcomes
Primary Outcomes (end points)
Self-reported exposure to sexual harassment, labour market aspirations and preferences, academic outcomes and well being.
Primary Outcomes (explanation)

Secondary Outcomes
Secondary Outcomes (end points)
Secondary Outcomes (explanation)
Experimental Design
Experimental Design
subjects receive sexual harassment awareness within clusters in varying degrees to understand direct and indirect effects on primary and secondary outcomes. The design due to varying intensity of treatment helps to also capture spillovers on those who are untreated and also understanding intensity effects on those who are treated.
Experimental Design Details
Not available
Randomization Method
randomization done in office by a computer
Randomization Unit
classes
Was the treatment clustered?
Yes
Experiment Characteristics
Sample size: planned number of clusters
69
Sample size: planned number of observations
4140
Sample size (or number of clusters) by treatment arms
31 treatment, 28 control
Minimum detectable effect size for main outcomes (accounting for sample design and clustering)
IRB
INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARDS (IRBs)
IRB Name
IFMR
IRB Approval Date
2019-01-10
IRB Approval Number
IRB00007107; FWA00014616; IORG0005894