I am currently the Senior Research & Evaluation Manager at Kiva.org. As part of the Kiva Labs initiative, I focus on how and where access to subsidized credit can help to alleviate poverty. I have a PhD in Agriculture & Resource Economics from UC Berkeley. My research focuses on approaches to measuring individual welfare and how that informs impact evaluation. I am especially interested in replicating influential research and the ways public collaboration can help us learn more from complex datasets.
- Modeling Welfare and Uncertainty in a Large-Scale Asset Transfer Program
- Modeling the Welfare Effect of Asset Transfers: An Experiment in South Sudan
(with Ethan Ligon)
- Randomized Comparisons of Cash & Asset Transfers in South Sudan
(with Reajul Chowdhury, Munshi Sulaiman, & Ethan Ligon)
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