His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Development economics, Developing country, Group conflict and Political economy. His Economic growth research includes themes of Externality and Public good. The Development economics study combines topics in areas such as Civil Conflict, Demographic economics, Shock, Kenya and Democracy.
His studies deal with areas such as Rural area and Human capital as well as Developing country. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interpersonal communication, Physical geography and Economic geography. Edward Miguel works mostly in the field of Collective action, limiting it down to concerns involving Spanish Civil War and, occasionally, Poverty.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Development economics, Developing country, Economic growth, Public economics and Demographic economics. His research in Development economics intersects with topics in Standard of living, Collective action, Ethnic group and Civil Conflict. His work in Ethnic group tackles topics such as Public good which are related to areas like Cultural diversity.
His study in Public economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Welfare, Subsidy and Externality. His research in Subsidy tackles topics such as Treatment and control groups which are related to areas like Environmental health. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Affect, Cash, Instrumental variable, Poverty and Politics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Standard of living, Social psychology, Cash transfers, Cash and Transparency. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Economic growth and Standard of living. His Economic growth research focuses on Download and how it connects with Developing country.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Cash transfers, focusing on General equilibrium theory and, on occasion, Inflation, Welfare, Shock and Consumption. His work deals with themes such as Interpersonal communication, Organised crime, Criminology and State, which intersect with Cash. His Transparency study combines topics in areas such as Credibility, Accounting and Reproducibility.
Edward Miguel focuses on Standard of living, Social psychology, Cash transfers, Panel data and Economic productivity. Edward Miguel combines subjects such as Economic growth, Earnings and Consumption with his study of Standard of living. Edward Miguel interconnects Research design, Conventional wisdom and Politics in the investigation of issues within Social psychology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Altruism, Selfishness, Affect and Dictator game in addition to Politics. His Cash transfers study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public economics, General equilibrium theory and Keynesian economics. Along with Economic productivity, other disciplines of study including Child health, Randomized controlled trial, Systematic survey, Development economics and Cash are integrated into his research.
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Economic Shocks and Civil Conflict: An Instrumental Variables Approach
Edward Miguel;Shanker Satyanath;Ernest Sergenti.
Journal of Political Economy (2004)
Worms: Identifying Impacts on Education and Health in the Presence of Treatment Externalities
Edward Miguel;Michael Kremer.
Quantifying the influence of climate on human conflict
Solomon M. Hsiang;Solomon M. Hsiang;Marshall Burke;Edward Miguel;Edward Miguel.
Ethnic diversity, social sanctions, and public goods in Kenya
Edward Miguel;Mary Kay Gugerty.
Journal of Public Economics (2005)
Promoting an open research culture
B. A. Nosek;G. Alter;G. C. Banks;D. Borsboom.
Global non-linear effect of temperature on economic production
Marshall Burke;Solomon M. Hsiang;Solomon M. Hsiang;Edward Miguel;Edward Miguel.
War and local collective action in Sierra Leone
John Bellows;Edward Miguel.
Journal of Public Economics (2009)
Worms: Education and health externalities in kenya
Edward Miguel;Michael Kremer.
Warming increases the risk of civil war in Africa
Marshall B. Burke;Edward Miguel;Shanker Satyanath;John A. Dykema.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
The Illusion of Sustainability
Michael Robert Kremer;Edward A. Miguel.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2007)
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