Daniel C. Clay

Michigan State University - Institute of International Agriculture

324 Agriculture Hall

Lansing, MI 48824

United States

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How Accurate is Food-for-Work Self-Targeting in the Presence of Imperfect Factor Markets? Evidence from Ethiopia

Number of pages: 42 Posted: 17 Feb 2001
Christopher B. Barrett and Daniel C. Clay
Cornell University - Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management and Michigan State University - Institute of International Agriculture
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Self-Targeting Accuracy in the Presence of Imperfect Factor Markets: Evidence from Food-for-Work in Ethiopia

Journal of Development Studies, Forthcoming
Posted: 26 May 2011
Christopher B. Barrett and Daniel C. Clay
Cornell University - Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management and Michigan State University - Institute of International Agriculture

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Can Food-For-Work Programs Reduce Vulnerability?

Insurance Against Poverty, Stefan Dercon, ed., Forthcoming
Posted: 04 Apr 2003
Cornell University - Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences and Michigan State University - Institute of International Agriculture

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Famine, food aid, poverty, public employment programs, transfers

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Heterogeneous Constraints, Incentives and Income Diversification Strategies in Rural Africa

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Forthcoming
Posted: 16 Feb 2001 Last Revised: 23 May 2011
Cornell University - Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management, Clark Atlanta University - Economics, Michigan State University - Institute of International Agriculture and Michigan State University - Department of Agricultural Economics

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