Browsing All of EconStor by Author De Weerdt, Joachim

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2002 Risk-sharing and endogenous network formationDe Weerdt, Joachim
2014 Asymmetry of Information within Family NetworksDe Weerdt, Joachim; Genicot, Garance; Mesnard, Alice
2015 The challenge of measuring hunger through surveyDe Weerdt, Joachim; Beegle, Kathleen; Friedman, Jed; Gibson, John
2016 Decomposing response error in food consumption measurement: Implications for survey design from a randomized survey experiment in TanzaniaFriedman, Jed; Beegle, Kathleen; De Weerdt, Joachim; Gibson, John K.
2017 Paying more for less: Why don't households in Tanzania take advantage of bulk discounts?Dillon, Brian; De Weerdt, Joachim; O'Donoghue, Ted
2017 Cities, Towns, and Poverty: Migration Equilibrium and Income Distribution in a Todaro-type Model with Multiple DestinationsChristiaensen, Luc; De Weerdt, Joachim; Kanbur, Ravi
2017 Cities, towns, and poverty: Migration Equilibrium and income distribution in a Todaro-type model with multiple destinationsChristiaensen, Luc J.; De Weerdt, Joachim; Kanbur, Ravi
2017 From corn to popcorn? Urbanization and food consumption in sub-Sahara Africa : Evidence from rural-urban migrants in TanzaniaCockx, Lara; Colen, Liesbeth; De Weerdt, Joachim
2018 Decomposing the contribution of migration to poverty reduction: Methodology and application to TanzaniaChristiaensen, Luc J.; De Weerdt, Joachim; Kanbur, Ravi
2019 What can we learn from experimenting with survey methods?De Weerdt, Joachim; Gibson, John; Beegle, Kathleen
2020 Measuring macro- and micronutrient intake in multi-purpose surveys: Evidence from a survey experiment in TanzaniaAmeye, Hannah; De Weerdt, Joachim; Gibson, John