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Effects of Social Auditsin Andhra Pradesh

We would like to thank our study team, comprising Radhika Desai, Adarsh Namala, Vibhu Tewary, and Intellecap, who managed our fi eld surveys. The article benefi ted from discussions and comments provided on preliminary drafts by an anonymous reviewer, Farzana Afridi, Vasudha Chhotray, Ambrish Dongre, Jonathan Fox, Vegard Iversen, Reetika Khera, Gulzar Natarajan, Aishwarya Panicker, Salimah Samji, and Shekhar Singh. We also thank Sowmya Kidambi, Director SSAAT, and her team for patiently walking us through the social audit process, assisting us with data and reports, and giving us valuable feedback.

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