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Publikationen Prof. Dr. Nathan Fiala

Artikel in referierten Zeitschriften

2018

Lachaud, M., B. Bravo-Ureta, N. Fiala und S. Gonzalez (2018), The Impact of Agri-Business Skills Training in Zimbabwe: an Evaluation of the Training for Rural Economic Empowerment (TREE) Programme. Journal of Development Effectiveness 10 (3): 373-391. DOI: 10.1080/19439342.2018.1464494 

Fiala, N. (2018), Returns to microcredit, cash-grants and training for male and female microentrepreneurs in Uganda. World Development 105 : 189-200.

Bauer, M., N. Fiala und I. Levely (2018), Trusting Former Rebels: An Experimental Approach to Understanding Reintegration after Civil War. Economic Journal 128 (613): 1786-1819. DOI: 10.1111/ecoj.12503 

Calderone, M., N. Fiala, S. Sadhu und L. Sarr (2018), Financial Education and Savings Behavior: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment among Low Income Clients of Branchless Banking in India. Economic Development and Cultural Change 66 (4): 793-825. DOI: 10.1086/697413 

2017

Fiala, N. und X. Hre (2017), Unitary or Noncooperative Intrahousehold Model? Evidence from Couples in Uganda. World Bank Economic Review 30 : 77-85.

Diskussionspapiere

2018

Dahal, M. und N. Fiala (2018), What Do We Know about the Impact of Microfinance? The Problems of Power and Precision. Ruhr Economic Papers #756. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788880 download

Fiala, N. und P. Premand (2018), Social Accountability and Service Delivery: Experimental Evidence from Uganda. Ruhr Economic Papers #752. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788874 download

Barriga, A. und N. Fiala (2018), The Supply Chain for Seed in Uganda: Where Does It All Go Wrong?. Ruhr Economic Papers #754. RWI. DOI: 10.4419/86788876 download

2017

Fiala, N. (2017), Business is tough, but family is worse: Household bargaining and investment in microenterprises in Uganda. Department of Economics Working Paper Series #5.

Blattmann, C., M. Emeriau und N. Fiala (2017), Do Anti-Poverty Programs Sway Voters? Experimental Evidence from Uganda. NBER Working Paper #23035.

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