Amy Damon: Research

Damon, Amy and Aine McCarthy (2019) “The effect of polygamy on agricultural input decisions” Agricultural Economics Vol. 50(5) pgs. 527-542.  Read Article

Kronebusch, Natalie* and Amy Damon (2019) “The effect of Conditional Cash Transfers on the Micronutrient Transition” Economics and Human Biology Vol. 33, May, pgs 169-180.  Read Article

Damon, Amy, Paul Glewwe, Suzanne Wisniewski, and Bixuan Sun (in press) “What education policies and programmes affect learning and time in school in developing countries? A review of evaluations from 1990 to 2014”.  Review of Education (published online August 2018)Read Article

Bauchet, Jonathan, Amy Damon and Brian Hunter. (in press) “Asymmetric information in microinsurance markets: Experimental evidence from Mexico” Economic Development and Cultural Change (Accepted December 2017).  Read Article

Bauchet, Jonathan, Amy Damon and Vance Larsen. (2017) “Microfinance bundling and consumer protection: Experimental evidence from Colombia” with Jonathan Bauchet and Vance.  Forthcoming in Journal of Development Effectiveness  Read article

Disa Hynsjo* and Amy Damon (2016) “Cognitive Achievement and Medium of Instruction: The effect of bilingual education in Peru” Economics of Education Review (53):116-153. Read article

Damon, Amy and Suzanne Wisniewski. (2015) “Migration Responses to Adverse Household Shocks: Do Family Relationships and Types of Shocks Matter?” Migration and Development, 4:1, 4-22. Read article

Damon, Amy and Devon Kristiansen*. (2014) “Childhood obesity in Mexico: the effect of international migration” Agricultural Economics 45: 1-17. Read article

Damon, Amy, and Diego Nicola. (2014) “Angel Investment and Collective Agricultural Marketing: The Case of the Minnesota Food Network” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. March 96(2). Read article

Rentsch, Dennis and Amy Damon (2013) “Prices, Poaching, and Protein Alternatives:  An analysis of bushmeat consumption around Serengeti National Park, Tanzania”  Ecological Economics. vol. 91:1-9. Read article

Damon, Amy, Rob King, and Ephraim Leibtag. (2013) “First of the Month Effect: Does it  apply across food retail channels?” Food Policy August, vol. 41:18-27. Read article  

Damon, Amy and Paul Glewwe. (2011) “Valuing the benefits of the education provided by public universities: A case study of Minnesota” Economics of Education Review, vol. 30:6 page 1242-1261. Read article

Damon, Amy (2010) “Agricultural Land Use and Asset Accumulation in Migrant Households:  The Case of El Salvador” Journal of Development Studies Vol. 46:1 pages 162 – 189. Read article