Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley; Senior Fellow, FERDI
Elisabeth Sadoulet is professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California at Berkeley. Her research is on the modeling and econometric analysis of processes, programs, and policies in international development. Fields of work include impact analysis of development interventions particularly relating to agriculture and rural development, rural poverty analysis, the role of producer organizations, the management of common property resources, microfinance, and risk management.
Recent work by Elisabeth Sadoulet
Subsidy policies combined with financial education can generate learning from experiences and promote long-run insurance take-up
Agriculture market reforms that allow quality recognition enable farmers to capture higher prices and lead to adoption of better technology