Carter, Michael R., Rachid Laajaj and Dean Yang (2019). "Subsidies and the African Green Revolution: Direct Effects and Social Network Spillovers of Randomized Input Subsidies in Mozambique," NBER Working Paper w26208.
Bird, S., M. Carter, T. Lybbert, M. Mathenge, T. Njai and E. Tjernstrom (2020). "Filling a Niche? The Impacts of a Local Seed Company on Maize Producitivity in Kenya."
Turiansky, A., T. Lybbert, T. Bourdier, M. Carter and RP Tescar (2020). "The Heterogenous Impact of the System of Rice Intensi cation (SRI) in Haiti."
Janzen, Sarah, Michael R Carter and Munenobu Ikegami (2018). "Asset Insurance Markets and Chronic Poverty."
Carter, Michael R and John Morrow (2015). "The Political Economy of Inclusive Rural Growth"
Flatnes, Jon Einar and M.R. Carter (2018). "Fail safe index insurance without the cost: a satellite based conditional audit approach."
Elabed, Ghada and Michael R Carter (2014). "Ex-ante Impacts of Agricultural Insurance: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Mali."
Castillo, M.J., S.R. Boucher and M.R. Carter (2014). "Index Insurance: Innovative Financial Technology to Break the Cycle of Risk and Rural Poverty In Ecuador."
Castillo, Marco and Michael R. Carter (2011). Behavioral Responses to Natural Disasters
Agüero, J.M., M. R. Carter and I. Woolard (2010). "The Impact of Unconditional Cash Transfers on Nutrition? The South African Child Support Grant."
Boucher, S., B. Barham and M.R. Carter (2008). "Are Land Titles the Constraint to Enhanced Agricultural Performance? Complementary Financial Policies to Crowd-In Credit Supply And Demand in Risk-Constrained Rural Markets."
Carter, Michael R. (2008). Inducing Innovation: Risk Instruments for Solving the Conundrum of Rural Finance
Castillo Marco and Michael Carter (2007). "Using Field Experiments to Identify Social Effects."
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