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Research interests

Microfinance; Gender Studies; Impact Analyses; Experimental Economics


Does microfinance cause banking sector development and economic growth? An application to Mongolia

Do smallholder farmers prefer commitment or flexibility in pension savings accounts? A randomised experiment of cocoa farmers in Ghana

Fintech and financial inclusion in developing countries

Knowledge on hypertension in Myanmar: levels and groups at risk

PROTOCOL: Effects of interventions to improve access to financial services for micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises in low- and middle-income countries: An evidence and gap map

Religion, social desirability bias and financial inclusion: Evidence from a list experiment on Islamic (micro-)finance

Short- and Medium-term Impacts of Employability Training: Evidence from a Randomised Field Experiment in Rwanda

The implementation of community-based programs in Vietnam is promising in promoting health

The Origins of Optimism: A Lab-in-the-Field Experiment among Microfinance Clients in Bolivia

The role of social capital in adoption of risky versus less risky subsidized input supplies: An empirical study of cocoa farmers in Ghana

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Scaling Up NCD Interventions in South East Asia (SUNI-SEA)