Journal Publications

  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira, Rahul Telang. “Spillovers from Wiring Schools with Broadband: the Critical Role of Children”, Management Science (forthcoming).
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira, Rahul Telang. “Broadband in School: Impact on Student Performance”, Management Science, 2014.

Working Papers

  • Rodrigo Belo, Miguel Matos, Pedro Ferreira. “Price Discounts and Peer Effects in Information Goods: A Randomized Experiment”, (second round journal revision).
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira. “Using Randomization Methods to Identify Social Influence in Mobile Networks”, (under journal revision).
  • Rodrigo Belo, Miguel Matos, Pedro Ferreira. “Target the ego or target the group: Evidence from a randomized experiment”, working paper.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Miguel Matos, Pedro Ferreira. “Prime-Time Any Time: The Effect of Time-shifted TV on Media Consumption”, working paper.
  • Pedro Ferreira, Rodrigo Belo. “The Role of ICT on the Informal Education of STEM”, working paper, Carnegie Mellon University, March 2012.

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Spillover Effects of Broadband in Schools and the Critical Role of Children”, 23rd Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, WITS 2013, Milan, Italy, December 14-15.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Miguel Matos, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Prime-Time Any Time: The Effect of Time-shifted TV on Media Consumption, 23rd Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, WITS 2013, Milan, Italy, December 14-15.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2012).”Using Randomization to Identify Social Influence in Mobile Networks”, The Fourth IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, SocialCom 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 3-5.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira, Rahul Telang (2010). “Broadband in Schools: Does it help or hurt student performance?”, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS, St. Louis), December 2010.

Papers in Refereed Conferences / Workshops

  • Rodrigo Belo, Miguel Matos, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Prime-Time Any Time: The Effect of Time-shifted TV on Media Consumption”, 41st Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (TPRC 2013), Washington DC, September 27-29.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Is Social Influence Always Positive? Evidence from a Very Large Mobile Network”, NBER Summer Institute 2013, Economics of Information Technology and Digitization Workshop, Boston, Massachusetts, July 17-19.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Is Social Influence Always Positive? Evidence from a Very Large Mobile Network”, Statistical Challenges in eCommerce Research Symposium (SCeCR 2013), Lisbon, Portugal, June 27-28.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2013). “Is Social Influence Always Positive? Evidence from a Very Large Mobile Network”, Third Conference on the Analysis of Mobile Phone Datasets and Networks (NetMob 2013), Boston, Massachusetts, May 1-3.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2012). “Spillover Effects of Broadband in Schools and the Critical Role of Children”, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, August 3-7.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2012).”Using Randomization Methods to Identify Social Influence in Mobile Networks”, Statistical Challenges in eCommerce Research Symposium, Montreal, Quebec, June 28-29.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2012). “Spillover Effects of Broadband in Schools and the Critical Role of Children”, 2012 Industry Studies Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, May 29-June 1.
  • Rodrigo Belo (2012). “Social Influence and Product Adoption in Mobile Networks”, ICTNET 4th Workshop, London, April 23-24, 2012.
  • Rodrigo Belo (2011). “From School to Home: Spillover Effects of Broadband in Schools and the Critical Role of Children”, ICTNET 3rd Workshop, Mannheim, October 24-25.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira (2011).”Using Randomization Methods to Identify Social Influence in Mobile Networks”, Second Conference on the Analysis of Mobile Phone Datasets and Networks (NetMob 2011), Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 10-11.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira, Rahul Telang (2011). “The Effects of Broadband in Schools: Evidence from Portugal”, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, Germany, June 27-28.
  • Rodrigo Belo, Pedro Ferreira, Rahul Telang (2010). “The Effects of Broadband in Schools: Evidence from Portugal”, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Cambridge, Massachusetts, July 23-24.

Conference and Seminar Presentations

  • “Is Social Influence Always Positive? Evidence from a Very Large Mobile Network”, NBER Summer Institute 2013, Economics of Information Technology and Digitization Workshop, Boston, Massachusetts, July 17-19.
  • “Is Social Influence Always Positive? Evidence from a Very Large Mobile Network”, Statistical Challenges in eCommerce Research Symposium (SCeCR 2013), Lisbon, Portugal, June 27-28.
  • “Social Influence and Product Adoption in Mobile Networks”, ICTNET 4th Workshop, London, April 23-24, 2012.
  • “From School to Home: Spillover Effects of Broadband in Schools and the Critical Role of Children”, ICTNET 3rd Workshop, Mannheim, October 24-25, 2011.
  • “Using Randomization Methods to Identify Social Influence in Mobile Networks”, Second Conference on the Analysis of Mobile Phone Datasets and Networks (NetMob 2011), Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 10-11.
  • “The Effects of Broadband in Schools: Evidence from Portugal”, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, Germany, June 27-28, 2011.
  • “Broadband in Schools: Does it help or hurt student performance?”, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS, St. Louis), December 2010.
  • “The Effects of Broadband in Schools: Evidence from Portugal”, SETChange seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, October 2009.