Increasing Women's Empowerment: Implications for Family Welfare (with Kelly Jones and Michael O’Sullivan). IZA Discussion Paper 14861.
Measurement of intra-household resource control: Exploring the validity of experimental measures (Kelly Jones and María P. Recalde).
Rural Labor and Long Recall Loss (with Sylvan Herskowitz and Mywish Maredia). Michigan State University Staff Paper Series.
Cash, Inputs, and Information: Direct Effects and Complementarities in Malawi (with Alan de Brauw and Susan Godlonton). Previous version: Agriculture Support Services in Malawi: Direct Effects, Complementarities, and Time Dynamics, IFPRI Discussion Paper 01725.
Cash Transfers and Women’s Agency: Evidence from Pakistan’s BISP Program (with Alan de Brauw). Previous version: The Impacts of Cash Transfers on Women’s Empowerment: Learning from Pakistan’s BISP Program, World Bank Social Protection and Labor Discussion Paper 1702.
Increasing the Adoption of Conservation Agriculture: A Framed Field Experiment in Northern Ghana (with Alan de Brauw and Mike Murphy). IFPRI Discussion Paper 01932.
(Mis?)Measuring Labor Participation in the Agricultural Sector in Rural Ghana (with Sylvan Herskowitz and Mywish Maredia).
Lump-sum Transfers for Agriculture and Household Decision Making (with Alan de Brauw and Susan Godlonton).
Rural labor market responses to large lumpy cash transfers: Evidence from Malawi (with Alan de Brauw and Susan Godlonton).
Taking Stock of Employment in the Agri-Food System (with Sylvan Herskowitz, Ricardo Labarta, and Mywish Maredia).
Household Labor Supply and Social Protection: Evidence from Pakistan’s BISP Cash Transfer Program (with Alan de Brauw). IFPRI Discussion Paper 01815.
Migration and Remittances in Central America: New Evidence and Pathways for Future Research. IFPRI LAC Working Paper 4.
Remittance Responses to Temporary Discounts: A Field Experiment among Migrants from Central America (with Diego Aycinena and Dean Yang). NBER Working Paper 20522.
Work in Progress:
Reminders and Discounts for Remittances (with Giuseppe de Arcangelis, Yusufcan Masatlioglu, and Dean Yang).
Female and Youth Employment in Agricultural Value Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa: Existing Data and New Approaches to Measurement (with Sylvan Herskowitz, Ricardo Labarta, and Mywish Maredia).
Inclusive Financing for Women and Ethnic Minorities in Value Chains (with Alan de Brauw and Sylvan Herskowitz).
Vouchers for fruit and vegetable consumption in Vietnam and Nigeria (with Alan de Brauw and Sylvan Herskowitz).
Farm and Family Balance: Gender Equity in Sugar Farming (with Kelly Jones and Michael O'Sullivan).
Adapting Fomento to sub-Saharan Africa and Evaluating Pilot Projects in Senegal and Malawi (with Alan de Brauw and Susan Godlonton).