Jenny C. Aker
Jenny C. Aker
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Mobile phones and economic development in Africa
JC Aker, IM Mbiti
Journal of economic Perspectives 24 (3), 207-232, 2010
Information from markets near and far: Mobile phones and agricultural markets in Niger
JC Aker
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (3), 46-59, 2010
Dial “A” for agriculture: a review of information and communication technologies for agricultural extension in developing countries
JC Aker
Agricultural economics 42 (6), 631-647, 2011
Payment mechanisms and antipoverty programs: Evidence from a mobile money cash transfer experiment in Niger
JC Aker, R Boumnijel, A McClelland, N Tierney
Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (1), 1-37, 2016
Mobile phone coverage and producer markets: Evidence from West Africa
JC Aker, M Fafchamps
The World Bank Economic Review 29 (2), 262-292, 2015
The promise (and pitfalls) of ICT for agriculture initiatives
JC Aker, I Ghosh, J Burrell
Agricultural Economics 47 (S1), 35-48, 2016
Can mobile phones improve learning? Evidence from a field experiment in Niger
JC Aker, C Ksoll, TJ Lybbert
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 4 (4), 94-120, 2012
Can mobile phones improve agricultural outcomes? Evidence from a randomized experiment in Niger
JC Aker, C Ksoll
Food Policy 60, 44-51, 2016
Mobile money
T Suri
Annual Review of Economics 9, 497-520, 2017
Is information power? Using mobile phones and free newspapers during an election in Mozambique
JC Aker, P Collier, PC Vicente
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (2), 185-200, 2017
Borders, ethnicity and trade
JC Aker, MW Klein, SA O'Connell, M Yang
Journal of Development Economics 107, 1-16, 2014
Comparing cash and voucher transfers in a humanitarian context: Evidence from the Democratic Republic of Congo
JC Aker
The World Bank Economic Review 31 (1), 44-70, 2017
Can mobile money be used to promote savings? Evidence from Northern Ghana
JC Aker, K Wilson
Swift institute working paper, 2013
Call me educated: Evidence from a mobile phone experiment in Niger✰
JC Aker, C Ksoll
Economics of Education Review 72, 239-257, 2019
The economic impacts of new technologies in Africa
JC Aker, JE Blumenstock
The Oxford handbook of Africa and economics 2, 354-371, 2015
Social networks and household welfare in Tanzania: working together to get out of poverty
JC Aker
Available at SSRN 995941, 2007
Mobiles and mobility: The effect of mobile phones on migration in Niger
JC Aker, MA Clemens, C Ksoll
Kiel und Hamburg: ZBW-Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für …, 2011
Mobile phones: uplifting weak and failed states
RI Rotberg, JC Aker
The Washington Quarterly 36 (1), 111-125, 2013
Information, mobile telephony, and traders' search behavior in Niger
J Tack, JC Aker
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96 (5), 1439-1454, 2014
Learning without Teachers? A Randomized Experiment of a Mobile Phone-Based Adult Education Program in Los Angeles
C Ksoll, JC Aker, D Miller, KC Perez-Mendoza, SL Smalley
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