PUBLICATIONS

FARMER BELIEFS AND LEARNING

A. Harou, M. Madajewicz, H. Michelson, C. Palm, C. Magomba, K. Tschirt, J. Semoka, N. Amuri, and R. Weil, (2021) “The joint effects of information and financing constraints on technology adoption: evidence from a field experiment in rural Tanzania.” accepted, Journal of Development Economics

 

H. Michelson, A. Fairbairn, A. Maertens, B. Ellison and V. Manyong (2021). “Misperceived Quality: Fertilizer in Tanzania.” Journal of Development Economics 148, 102579.

A. Maertens, H. Michelson and V. Nourani (2020). “How do Farmers Learn from Extension

Services? Evidence from Malawi.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 103(2): 569–595.

K. Krah, H. Michelson, E. Perge and R. Jindal (2019). “Constraints to Soil Fertility Management Adoption: A Choice Experiment Approach.” World Development, 124, 104651.

POVERTY 

H. Michelson, L. Phadera, A. Winter-Nelson, and P. Goldsmith (2019) “Do Asset Transfers Build Household Development Resilience?Journal of Development Economics, 138, 205–227

H. Michelson and K. Tully (2018). “The Millennium Villages Project and Local Land Values: Using Hedonic Pricing Methods to Evaluate Development Projects.” World Development, 101, 377–387.

A. Ham and H. Michelson (2018). “Does exposure to demand or supply-side incentives in conditional cash transfer programs matter in the long-run?Journal of Development Economics, 134, 96–108.

H. Michelson, M. Muniz, K. DeRosa (2013). “Measuring Poverty in the Millennium Villages: The Impact of Asset Index Choice.” Journal of Development Studies, 49 (7), 917–935.

D. Just and H. Michelson (2007). “Wealth as Welfare: Are Wealth Thresholds Behind Persistent Poverty?” Review of Agricultural Economics, 29(3), 419–426.

SUSTAINABILITY AND SUPPLY CHAINS

CONTRACT FARMING

Meemken, E., C. Barrett, H. Michelson, M. Qaim, T. Reardon, and J. Sellare, (2021) “Who benefits from sustainability standards?” accepted, Nature Food

H. Michelson (2017). “Effects of Neighbor Experience and Exit on Small Farmer Market Participation in Nicaragua.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 99 (4), 952–970.

H. Michelson, X. Chang, S. Boucher, J. Bai, X. Jia and J. Huang (2017). “Connecting Supermarkets and Farms: The Role of Intermediaries in Walmart China’s Fresh Produce Supply Chains.” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 1–13.

H. Michelson (2013). “Small farmers, NGOs, and a Walmart World: Welfare effects of supermarkets operating in Nicaragua.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 95 (3), 628-649.

C.B. Barrett, M. Bachke, M. Bellemare, H. Michelson, S. Narayanan and T. F. Walker (2012). “Smallholder Participation in Contract Farming: Comparative Evidence From Five Countries.” World Development, 40(4), 715–730.

H. Michelson, F. Perez and T. Reardon (2012). “Small Farmers and Big Retail: Trade-offs of Supplying Supermarkets in Nicaragua.” World Development, 40(2), 342–354.

FOOD INSECURITY AND CRISIS PREDICTION

FARMER GROUP

FUNCTIONING

Zhou, Y., K. Baylis, E. Lentz, H. Michelson (2021). “Machine learning for food security: Principles for transparency and usability.” forthcoming, AEPP  (slides linked)

E. Lentz, H. Michelson, K. Baylis, and Y. Zhou (2019). “A Data-Driven Approach Improves Food Insecurity Crisis PredictionWorld Development, 122, 399–409.

H. Michelson, E. Lentz, R. Mulwa, M. Morey, L. Cramer, M. McGlinchy, C. Barrett (2012). “Cash,

food, or vouchers? An application of the Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis Framework in Urban and Rural Kenya.” Food Security, 4(3),455–469.

A. Maertens, H. Michelson and V. Nourani (2021).“Public Good Provision and Democracy: Evidence from an Experiment with Farmer Groups in Malawi". accepted, World Development