Does Microfinance Really Help the Poor?: New Evidence from Flagship Programs in Bangladesh

Jonathan Morduch Read more

Wheat and Maize Price Policies in Hungary: Tradeoffs between Foreign Exchange and Government Revenue

Jonathan Morduch, Avishay Braverman, and Jeffrey S. Hammer Read more

Distributional Consequences of the Russian Price Reform

Jonathan Morduch, Karen Brooks, and Yakov Urinson Read more

Marketing Racism: The Imperialism of Rationality, Critical Race Theory, and Some Interdisciplinary Lessons for Neoclassical Economics

Anthony M. Bertelli Read more

Developing a Common Law of Cost Beneqit Analysis: A Rational Choice Institutional Analysis

Anthony M. Bertelli Read more

Shifting the Burden: Examining the Undertaxation of Some of the Most Valuable Properties in New York City

The Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy Read more

The Foreclosure Crisis and Community Development: Exploring the Foreclosed Stock in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods

Ingrid Gould Ellen, Josiah Madar, and Max Weselcouch Read more

Low Cognitive Ability and Poor Skill with Numbers May Prevent Many from Enrolling in Medicare Supplemental Coverage

Sewin Chan & Brian Elbel Read more

The Economics of Microfinance, 2nd edition

Beatriz Armendáriz and Jonathan Morduch Read more

Borrowing to Save

Jonathan Morduch Read more

Microfinance Games

Gine, Xavier, Pamela Jakiela, Dean Karlan, and Jonathan Morduch Read more

Does Regulatory Supervision Curtail Microfinance Profitability and Outreach?

Cull, Robert; Asli Demirgüç-Kunt; and Jonathan Morduch Read more