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David McKenzie
Development Research Group, World Bank
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Does management matter? Evidence from India
N Bloom, B Eifert, A Mahajan, D McKenzie, J Roberts
Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (1), 1-51, 2013
21882013
Returns to capital in microenterprises: evidence from a field experiment
S De Mel, D McKenzie, C Woodruff
The quarterly journal of Economics 123 (4), 1329-1372, 2008
1757*2008
Network effects and the dynamics of migration and inequality: Theory and evidence from Mexico
D McKenzie, H Rapoport
Journal of development Economics 84 (1), 1-24, 2007
13642007
In pursuit of balance: Randomization in practice in development field experiments
M Bruhn, D McKenzie
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (4), 200-232, 2009
11572009
Can migration reduce educational attainment? Evidence from Mexico
D McKenzie, H Rapoport
Journal of Population Economics 24 (4), 1331-1358, 2011
1089*2011
Measuring inequality with asset indicators
DJ McKenzie
Journal of population economics 18, 229-260, 2005
10782005
Beyond baseline and follow-up: The case for more T in experiments
D McKenzie
Journal of development Economics 99 (2), 210-221, 2012
10092012
What are we learning from business training and entrepreneurship evaluations around the developing world?
D McKenzie, C Woodruff
The World Bank Research Observer 29 (1), 48-82, 2014
9602014
Self-selection patterns in Mexico-US migration: the role of migration networks
D McKenzie, H Rapoport
the Review of Economics and Statistics 92 (4), 811-821, 2010
8782010
The effects of migration on child health in Mexico
N Hildebrandt, DJ McKenzie
Economia 6 (1), 257-89, 2005
7752005
Microenterprise growth and the flypaper effect: Evidence from a randomized experiment in Ghana
M Fafchamps, D McKenzie, S Quinn, C Woodruff
Journal of development Economics 106, 211-226, 2014
698*2014
How important is selection? Experimental vs. non-experimental measures of the income gains from migration
D McKenzie, J Gibson, S Stillman
Journal of the European Economic Association 8 (4), 913-45, 2010
6762010
The Economic Consequences of “Brain Drain” of the Best and Brightest: Evidence from Five Countries
J Gibson, D McKenzie
Economic Journal 122, 339-75, 2012
636*2012
Experimental evidence on returns to capital and access to finance in Mexico
D McKenzie, C Woodruff
The World Bank Economic Review 22 (3), 457-482, 2008
5612008
Are women more credit constrained? Experimental evidence on gender and microenterprise returns
S De Mel, D McKenzie, C Woodruff
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (3), 1-32, 2009
5512009
Business training and female enterprise start-up, growth, and dynamics: Experimental evidence from Sri Lanka
S De Mel, D McKenzie, C Woodruff
Journal of Development Economics 106, 199-210, 2014
5382014
The demand for, and consequences of, formalization among informal firms in Sri Lanka
S De Mel, D McKenzie, C Woodruff
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (2), 122-50, 2013
5302013
The microeconomic determinants of emigration and return migration of the best and brightest: Evidence from the Pacific
J Gibson, D McKenzie
Journal of Development Economics 95 (1), 18-29, 2011
5302011
Why do firms in developing countries have low productivity?
N Bloom, A Mahajan, D McKenzie, J Roberts
American Economic Review 100 (2), 619-623, 2010
4882010
Teaching personal initiative beats traditional training in boosting small business in West Africa
F Campos, M Frese, M Goldstein, L Iacovone, HC Johnson, D McKenzie, ...
Science 357 (6357), 1287-1290, 2017
4832017
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