Research

Publications

  • Harou A (2018). “Unraveling the effect of targeted input subsidies on dietary diversity in household consumption and child nutrition: the case of Malawi”. World Development, forthcoming.
  • Harou A, Walker T and Barrett C (2017). “Is late really better than never? The farmer welfare effects of pineapple adoption in Ghana”. Agricultural Economics 48(2): 153-164.
  • Harou A, Liu Y, Barrett C and You L (2017). “Variable returns to fertilizer use and its relationship to poverty: experimental and simulation evidence from Malawi”. Journal of African Economies 26(3): 342-371.
  • Harou A and Upton J, Gomez M, Barrett C and Lentz E (2013). “Trade-offs or synergies? Assessing local and regional procurement through comprehensive case studies in Burkina Faso and Guatemala”, World Development, 49: 44-57.
  • Violette W, Harou A, Upton J, Bell S, Barrett C, Gomez M and Lentz E (2013).”Recipients Satisfaction with Locally Procured Food Aid Rations: Comparative Evidence from A Three Country Matched Survey”, World Development, 49: 30-43.
  • Harou A, Kniveton D, Frogley M and Lajoie R (2006). “The Influence of the Indian Ocean dipole mode on precipitation over the Seychelles”, International Journal of Climatology, 26:1, 45-54.

Working papers

  • Harou A and Vasilaky K (2018). “Evaluating the impact of timely disaster response in the Philippines”. Draft.
  • Harou A, Michelson H, Madajewicz M, Palm C (2018).”The truth about soil quality, farmer expectations and poverty”. Draft.
  • Harou A, Gomez M, Barrett C, Lentz E and Garg T (2013).”The Pros and Cons of Local Food Procurement in Emergency Relief Response in Guatemala”.

Policy Briefs/Blogs

  • Harou A (2015). “Are cash-crop growing farmers better off”, econthatmatters.com.
  • Harou A, Liu Y, Barrett C and You L (2014). “Variable returns to fertilizer use and its relationship to poverty: experimental and simulation evidence from Malawi”, IFPRI Discussion Paper.
  • Harou A (2011). “Smallholder Market Access”, Dyson School of Applied Economics Policy Brief, May.