Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
Jeremy Magruder is Professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. His work focuses on Agriculture, Labor Markets, and the role of Social Networks as a mediating institution in LMICs.
Recent work by Jeremy Magruder
Factor market failures and the adoption of irrigation in Rwanda
Land and labour market failures lead to inefficient adoption of otherwise promising irrigation technology
Maria Ruth Jones Florence Kondylis John Loeser Jeremy Magruder
How do domestic migrants impact local labour markets in developing countries?
Low-skilled natives tend to be most affected by low-skilled migrants, but are high-skilled natives most affected by high-skilled migrants?
Articles : Labour Markets & Migration
Improving agricultural extension and information services in the developing world
Information services can substantially increase the productivity and profitability of smallholder farmers as long as certain criteria are met
Richard Caldwell Rachel Lambert Jeremy Magruder Craig McIntosh Tavneet Suri