Paul Winters spends much of his time researching Labour economics, Agricultural economics, Developing country, Agricultural productivity and Income distribution. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Probit model and Agricultural science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic impact analysis, Production, Data collection, Survey data collection and Nonfarm payrolls in addition to Agricultural economics.
His Developing country research includes themes of Bond, Development economics and Economic geography. The concepts of his Income distribution study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, Livelihood and Endogeneity. His studies examine the connections between Economic growth and genetics, as well as such issues in Cash, with regards to Public economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Demographic economics, Agricultural productivity, Poverty, Agricultural economics and Economic growth. The various areas that Paul Winters examines in his Demographic economics study include Panel data, Standard of living, Conditional cash transfer and Labour economics. Impact evaluation is closely connected to Productivity in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Agricultural productivity.
His Poverty research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Developing country, Development economics, Public economics and Incentive. Paul Winters works mostly in the field of Agricultural economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Cash and, in certain cases, Investment and Welfare. His study looks at the relationship between Economic growth and fields such as Food security, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Public economics, Demographic economics, Food security, Productivity and Relative deprivation are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Poverty, Cash and Welfare. The concepts of his Demographic economics study are interwoven with issues in Payment, Per capita and Probit.
His Food security study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, International development and Public administration. Paul Winters has researched Productivity in several fields, including Rural development, Land tenure, Agricultural productivity and Agricultural policy. In his research, Agricultural economics is intimately related to Agricultural machinery, which falls under the overarching field of Agricultural productivity.
Paul Winters focuses on Food security, Productivity, Agricultural productivity, Public economics and Agricultural economics. His Food security study incorporates themes from Poverty, Productive capacity and Scale. Paul Winters interconnects Economic growth, Agricultural machinery and Food systems in the investigation of issues within Agricultural productivity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cash and Production, Cash crop. His Cash research includes themes of Cropping, Welfare, Market failure and Commercialization. Agricultural economics is closely attributed to Comparative advantage in his study.
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A Cross-Country Comparison of Rural Income Generating Activities
Benjamin Davis;Paul Winters;Gero Carletto;Katia Covarrubias.
World Development (2010)
An analysis of contract farming in East Java, Bali, and Lombok, Indonesia
Phil Simmons;Paul Winters;Ian Patrick.
Agricultural Economics (2005)
FAMILY AND COMMUNITY NETWORKS IN MEXICO-U.S. MIGRATION
Paul C. Winters;Alain de Janvry;Elisabeth Sadoulet.
Journal of Human Resources (2001)
Assets, Activities and Rural Income Generation: Evidence from a Multicountry Analysis
Paul Winters;Benjamin Davis;Gero Carletto;Katia Covarrubias.
World Development (2009)
Domestic and international migration from rural Mexico: Disaggregating the effects of network structure and composition
Benjamin Davis;Guy Stecklov;Paul Winters.
Population Studies-a Journal of Demography (2002)
Rural Nonfarm Activities and Agricultural Crop Production in Nigeria
Gbemisola Oseni;Paul Winters.
Agricultural Economics (2009)
Do conditional cash transfers influence migration? A study using experimental data from the Mexican PROGRESA program.
Guy Stecklov;Paul Winters;Marco Stampini;Benjamin Davis.
Localized and incomplete mutual insurance
Rinku Murgai;Paul Winters;Elisabeth Sadoulet;Alain de Janvry.
Journal of Development Economics (2002)
From protection to production: productive impacts of the Malawi Social Cash Transfer scheme
Katia Covarrubias;Benjamin Davis;Paul Winters.
Journal of Development Effectiveness (2012)
Assets, Activities and Income Generation in Rural Mexico: Factoring in Social and Public Capital
Paul C. Winters;Benjamin Davis;Leonardo Corral.
Agricultural Economics (2002)
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