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Risk preferences and environmental uncertainty: Implications for crop diversification decisions in Ethiopia
M Bezabih, M Sarr
Environmental and Resource Economics 53 (4), 483-505, 2012
1242012
Extractive industries and corruption: Investigating the effectiveness of EITI as a scrutiny mechanism
E Kasekende, C Abuka, M Sarr
Resources Policy 48, 117-128, 2016
912016
Capital flight, foreign direct investment and natural resources in Africa
L Ndikumana, M Sarr
Resources Policy 63, 101427, 2019
76*2019
The value of conserving genetic resources for R&D: a survey
M Sarr, T Goeschl, T Swanson
Ecological Economics 67 (2), 184-193, 2008
372008
Resources, conflict and development choices: public good provision in resource rich economies
M Sarr, K Wick
Economics of Governance 11 (2), 183-205, 2010
302010
On the looting of nations
M Sarr, E Bulte, C Meissner, T Swanson
Public choice 148 (3), 353-380, 2011
292011
Innovation, diffusion, growth and the environment: Taking stock and charting new directions
M Sarr, J Noailly
Environmental and Resource Economics 66 (3), 393-407, 2017
252017
Sovereign debt
RW Kolb
Sovereign Debt, 3, 2011
252011
Who benefits from climate-friendly agriculture? The marginal returns to a rainfed system of rice intensification in Tanzania
M Sarr, MB Ayele, ME Kimani, R Ruhinduka
World Development 138, 105160, 2021
17*2021
Inequality Traps in South Africa: An overview and research agenda
M Pellicer, V Ranchhod, M Sarr, E Wegner
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2011
152011
Foreign aid and political instability in resource-rich countries
C Ravetti, M Sarr, T Swanson
Resources Policy 58, 277-294, 2018
132018
Illicit Financial Flows and Political Institutions in Kenya
E Letete, M Sarr
African Development Bank, 2017
102017
Discrimination and favouritism among South African workers: Ethnic identity and union membership
C Ravetti, M Sarr, D Munene, T Swanson
World Development 123, 104604, 2019
92019
Dictators Walking the Mogadishu Line: How Men Become Monsters and Monsters Become Men (vol 32, pg 584, 2018)
S Larcom, M Sarr, T Willems
WORLD BANK ECONOMIC REVIEW 32 (3), 752-752, 2018
9*2018
On the perils of commitment to punishment when criminals are strategic
S Larcom, M Sarr
The Journal of Legal Studies 47 (2), 391-418, 2018
9*2018
Resource curse and sovereign debt
M Sarr, E Bulte, C Meisner, T Swanson
Sovereign debt: From safety to default, 51-62, 2011
92011
IPR and North-South hold-up problem in sequential R and D
M Sarr, TM Swanson
[sn], 2009
92009
Associations of race/ethnicity and food insecurity with COVID-19 infection rates across US counties
ME Kimani, M Sarr, Y Cuffee, C Liu, NS Webster
JAMA network open 4 (6), e2112852-e2112852, 2021
82021
Will technological change save the world? The rebound effect in international transfers of technology
M Sarr, T Swanson
Environmental and Resource Economics 66 (3), 577-604, 2017
72017
Path dependence and interdependence between institutions and development
D Fadiran, M Sarr
Economic Research South Africa Working Paper, 2016
72016
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