The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Labour economics, Poverty, Economic growth, Microeconomics and Land reform. Elisabeth Sadoulet works mostly in the field of Labour economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Cash and, in certain cases, Free trade agreement, as a part of the same area of interest. Her specific area of interest is Poverty, where Elisabeth Sadoulet studies Rural poverty.
Her research in Rural poverty intersects with topics in Income inequality metrics, Economic inequality, Agricultural productivity and Rural sociology. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Economic growth, Food security are connected with Subsistence agriculture, Private sector development, Extreme poverty and Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network and other disciplines. Her research integrates issues of Food policy, Resource and Function in her study of Microeconomics.
Her main research concerns Poverty, Economic growth, Development economics, Rural poverty and Demographic economics. Her Poverty study incorporates themes from Public economics, Rural area, Labour economics, Welfare and Developing country. Her study focuses on the intersection of Rural area and fields such as Rural economics with connections in the field of Rural settlement.
She combines topics linked to Rural sociology with her work on Economic growth. Her Latin Americans research extends to Development economics, which is thematically connected. Elisabeth Sadoulet integrates several fields in her works, including Rural poverty and Context.
Elisabeth Sadoulet mainly focuses on Developing country, Demographic economics, Public economics, Weather insurance and Poverty. Her Developing country research incorporates themes from Endogeneity, Panel data and Social risk management. Her study in Demographic economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Elite and Welfare.
Her Public economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Incentive, Property rights and Voting. Her study on Poverty is covered under Economic growth. Her Economic growth research includes elements of Agricultural revolution and Value chain.
Developing country, Actuarial science, Certification, Weather insurance and Economic growth are her primary areas of study. Her Developing country study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agricultural revolution, Impact assessment and Value chain. Her Actuarial science study combines topics in areas such as Systematic risk and Shock.
Her Certification study also includes
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World development report 2008 : agriculture for development
Robert Townsend;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain De Janvry;Derek Byerlee.
Quantitative development policy analysis
Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain De Janvry.
Peasant Household Behaviour with Missing Markets: Some Paradoxes Explained.
Alain de Janvry;Marcel Fafchamps;Elisabeth Sadoulet.
The Economic Journal (1991)
Income Strategies Among Rural Households in Mexico: The Role of Off-farm Activities
Alain de Janvry;Elisabeth Sadoulet.
World Development (2001)
Transactions Costs and Agricultural Household Supply Response
Nigel Key;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain De Janvry.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2000)
Agricultural Growth and Poverty Reduction: Additional Evidence
Alain de. Janvry;Elisabeth Sadoulet.
World Bank Research Observer (2010)
Agriculture for Development: Toward a New Paradigm
Derek Byerlee;Alain de Janvry;Elisabeth Sadoulet.
Annual Review of Resource Economics (2009)
The Impact of Farmer Field Schools on Knowledge and Productivity: A Study of Potato Farmers in the Peruvian Andes
Erin M. Godtland;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain de Janvry;Rinku Murgai.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (2004)
Sri Lanka - Can conditional cash transfer programs serve as safety nets in keeping children at school and from working when exposed to shocks?
Alain de Janvry;Frederico Finan;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Renos Vakis.
Journal of Development Economics (2006)
The roles of destination, gender, and household composition in explaining remittances: an analysis for the Dominican Sierra
Bénédicte de la Brière;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain de Janvry;Sylvie Lambert.
Journal of Development Economics (2002)
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