Jacob Ricker-Gilbert
Jacob Ricker-Gilbert
Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University
Verified email at purdue.edu
TitleCited byYear
Subsidies and crowding out: A double-hurdle model of fertilizer demand in Malawi
J Ricker-Gilbert, TS Jayne, E Chirwa
American journal of agricultural economics 93 (1), 26-42, 2011
406*2011
What are the farm‐level impacts of Malawi's farm input subsidy program? A critical review
R Lunduka, J Ricker‐Gilbert, M Fisher
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 563-579, 2013
1422013
Disrupting demand for commercial seed: Input subsidies in Malawi and Zambia
NM Mason, J Ricker-Gilbert
World Development 45, 75-91, 2013
1342013
Impact of improved maize adoption on welfare of farm households in Malawi: a panel data analysis
S Bezu, GT Kassie, B Shiferaw, J Ricker-Gilbert
World Development 59, 120-131, 2014
1212014
How do fertilizer subsidy programs affect total fertilizer use in sub‐Saharan Africa? Crowding out, diversion, and benefit/cost assessments
TS Jayne, D Mather, N Mason, J Ricker‐Gilbert
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 687-703, 2013
1152013
How does population density influence agricultural intensification and productivity? Evidence from Ethiopia
AL Josephson, J Ricker-Gilbert, RJGM Florax
Food Policy 48, 142-152, 2014
952014
Estimating the enduring effects of fertiliser subsidies on commercial fertiliser demand and maize production: panel data evidence from Malawi
J Ricker‐Gilbert, TS Jayne
Journal of agricultural economics 68 (1), 70-97, 2017
93*2017
The impact of increasing population density on African agriculture and livelihoods: The case of Malawi
J Ricker-Gilbert, C Jumbe, J Chamberlin
Food Policy 48, 114-128, 2014
90*2014
What are the effects of input subsidy programs on maize prices? Evidence from Malawi and Zambia
J Ricker‐Gilbert, NM Mason, FA Darko, ST Tembo
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 671-686, 2013
84*2013
Cost-effectiveness of alternative integrated pest management extension methods: An example from Bangladesh
J Ricker-Gilbert, GW Norton, J Alwang, M Miah, G Feder
Review of Agricultural Economics 30 (2), 252-269, 2008
79*2008
Addressing the “wicked problem” of input subsidy programs in Africa
J Ricker-Gilbert, T Jayne, G Shively
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 35 (2), 322-340, 2013
772013
Participation in rural land rental markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: Who benefits and by how much? Evidence from Malawi and Zambia
J Chamberlin, J Ricker-Gilbert
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1507-1528, 2016
72*2016
Do Fertilizer Subsidies Boost Staple Crop Production and Reduce Poverty Across the Distribution of Smallholders in Africa? Quantile Regression Results from Malawi.
J Ricker-Gilbert, TS Jayne
672012
Malawi’s maize marketing system
TS Jayne, NJ Sitko, J Ricker-Gilbert, JH Mangisoni
622010
Maize yield response to nitrogen in Malawi’s smallholder production systems
S Snapp, TS Jayne, W Mhango, J Ricker-Gilbert
53*2014
Wage and employment effects of Malawi's fertilizer subsidy program
J Ricker‐Gilbert
Agricultural Economics 45 (3), 337-353, 2014
402014
Does subsidizing fertilizer increase yields? Evidence from Malawi
J Ricker-Gilbert, TS Jayne, JR Black
382009
Does storage technology affect adoption of improved maize varieties in Africa? Insights from Malawi’s input subsidy program
J Ricker-Gilbert, M Jones
Food policy 50, 92-105, 2015
372015
Productivity and welfare effects of Nigeria's e-voucher-based input subsidy program
T Wossen, T Abdoulaye, A Alene, S Feleke, J Ricker-Gilbert, V Manyong, ...
World development 97, 251-265, 2017
302017
Estimating price discounts for low-quality maize in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Benin
D Kadjo, J Ricker-Gilbert, C Alexander
World Development 77, 115-128, 2016
302016
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