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Working paper

Ken Miura and Takeshi Sakurai. 2015. “The Impact of Formal Insurance Provision on Farmer Behavior: Evidence from Rural Zambia” PRIMCED Discussion Paper No.67. Hitotsubashi University.

Work in progress

“Intrahousehold Bargaining and Agricultural Technology Adoption: Experimental Evidence from Zambia” with Yoko Kijima and Takeshi Sakurai  WP

“An Empirical Test of Forward-Looking Behavior: Evidence from Zambian Farmers”

Does Our President Make Me Attractive?: Evidence from the Marriage Market, Zambia”

“Information Sharing within the Household: Evidence from Participation in Agricultural Training, Zambia” with Yoko Kijima and Takeshi Sakurai

Peer-reviewed journal article

[1] Ken Miura, Hiromitsu Kanno and Takeshi Sakurai, 2012. “Shock and Livestock Transactions in Rural Zambia: a Re-examination of the Buffer Stock Hypothesis,” Japanese Journal of Rural Economics, Vol.14, pp.20-34. (Best Journal Article Award, Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, March 2013)

[2] Takeshi Sakurai, Akiko Nasuda, Akinori Kitsuki, Ken Miura, Taro Yamauchi, & Hiromitsu Kanno. (2011).Measuring resilience of household consumption-the case of the Southern Province of Zambia,” Journal of Rural Economics, (Special Issue), 393-400.

Permanent working paper

[1] Hidayat Ullah Khan, Takashi Kurosaki, and Ken Miura, 2011. “The Effectiveness of Community-Based Development in Poverty Reduction: A Descriptive Analysis of a Women-Managed NGO in Rural Pakistan,” PRIMCED Discussion Paper No.13.

Journal articles in Japanese

[2] 三浦憲・櫻井武司, 2012. 誰が天候インデックス保険を購入するのか : ザンビア農村における販売実験, 『日本農業経済学会論文集』, Vol.84, No.5, pp.442-449. (2012年度日本農業経済学会 ポスター賞)

[1]櫻井武司、那須田晃子、木附晃実、三浦憲、菅野洋光、山内太郎, 2011. 「家計の脆弱性と回復力-ザンビアの事例-」『経済研究』第62巻第2号 pp.166-187.




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