Manisha Shah
Manisha Shah
Professor, University of California at Berkeley
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Risk-taking behavior in the wake of natural disasters
L Cameron, M Shah
Journal of Human Resources 50 (2), 484-515, 2015
Special Issue: AIDS, Sexuality, and Economic Development Notes on Contributors
O Akintola, L Chen, CA Conrad, C Doss, D Johnston, A Mahal, ...
Feminist Economics 14 (4), 2008
Drought of Opportunities: Contemporaneous and Long-Term Impacts of Rainfall Shocks on Human Capital
M Shah, BM Steinberg
Journal of Political Economy 125 (2), 000-000, 2017
Risky business: the market for unprotected commercial sex
P Gertler, M Shah, SM Bertozzi
Journal of Political Economy 113 (3), 518-550, 2005
Decriminalizing indoor prostitution: Implications for sexual violence and public health
S Cunningham, M Shah
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (3), 1683-1715, 2018
Unintended consequences of lockdowns, COVID-19 and the Shadow Pandemic in India
S Ravindran, M Shah
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-9, 2023
Nature’s experiment? Handedness and early childhood development
DW Johnston, MER Nicholls, M Shah, MA Shields
Demography 46 (2), 281-301, 2009
Workfare and Human Capital Investment Evidence from India
M Shah, BM Steinberg
Journal of Human Resources 56 (2), 380-405, 2021
Impact evaluation of a large-scale rural sanitation project in Indonesia
LA Cameron, M Shah, S Olivia
World Bank policy research working paper, 2013
Scaling Up Sanitation: Evidence from an RCT in Indonesia
L Cameron, M Shah
IZA Discussion Papers, 2017
How Does Health Promotion Work? Evidence From The Dirty Business of Eliminating Open Defecation
P Gertler, M Shah, ML Alzua, L Cameron, S Martinez, S Patil
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
Can Mistargeting Destroy Social Capital and Stimulate Crime? Evidence from a Cash Transfer Program in Indonesia
L Cameron, M Shah
Policy re-directions for sustainable resource use: The rice-wheat cropping system of the Indo-Gangetic Plains
PL Pingali, M Shah
Journal of Crop Production 3 (2), 103-118, 2001
Prostitutes and Brides?
R Arunachalam, M Shah
The American Economic Review 98 (2), 516-522, 2008
Financial incentives and other nudges do not increase covid-19 vaccinations among the vaccine hesitant
T Chang, M Jacobson, M Shah, R Pramanik, SB Shah
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Sex work and infection: what’s law enforcement got to do with it?
PJ Gertler, M Shah
The Journal of Law and Economics 54 (4), 811-840, 2011
Intrahousehold Resource Allocation: Do Parents Reduce or Reinforce Child Ability Gaps?
P Frijters, DW Johnston, M Shah, MA Shields
Demography 50 (6), 2187-2208, 2013
Compensated for Life Sex Work and Disease Risk
R Arunachalam, M Shah
Journal of Human Resources 48 (2), 345-369, 2013
To work or not to work? Child development and maternal labor supply
P Frijters, DW Johnston, M Shah, MA Shields
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (3), 97-110, 2009
Women’s Well-being During a Pandemic and its Containment
N Bau, G Khanna, C Low, M Shah, S Sharmin, A Voena
Journal of development economics 156, 102839, 2022
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