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Period at SSP: Fall 2006 - Spring 2010
Appointment title at SSP: Doctoral Fellow (AY 06-07, 08-10); Giorgio Ruffolo Doctoral Fellow in Sustainability Science (AY 07-08)
Research project title at SSP: Developing country markets in environment and health
Faculty host at SSP: Nava Ashraf, Christopher Avery
Final SSP progress report on file: Progress report
Most recent institutional appointment on file: Tufts University, Economics Department
Most recent email on file: email@example.com
Most recent website on file: Website
Most recent CV on file: CV
This entry last updated on: February 17, 2015
Ashraf, Nava, Oriana Bandiera and B. Kelsey Jack. 2014. No margin, no mission? A field experiment on incentives for public service delivery. Journal of Public Economics 120: 1-17.
Jack, B. Kelsey and Maria Recalde. 2014. Local leadership and the voluntary provision of public goods: Field evidence from Bolivia. Journal of Public Economics, doi:10.1016/j.jpubeco.2014.10.00.
Ashraf, N., B.K. Jack and E. Kamenica. 2013. Information and subsidies: Complements or substitutes? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 88: 133-139, doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2012.12.031.
Jack, B. Kelsey. 2013. Private information and the allocation of land use subsidies in Malawi. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5(3): 113-135.
Ajayi, O.C., B. Kelsey. Jack and B. Leimon. 2012. Auction design for the private provision of public goods in developing countries: Lessons from payments for environmental services in Malawi and Indonesia. World Development 40(6): 1213-1223, doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2011.12.007.
Jack, B. Kelsey. 2011. Market inefficiencies and the adoption of agricultural technologies in developing countries. CID Working Paper No. 50, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, and Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative, JPAL (MIT) / CEGA (Berkeley). World Bank blog post on the ATAI white paper.
Jack, Kelsey. 2010. Barriers to the adoption of agricultural technologies in developing countries. Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative, Draft whitepaper paper for JPAL (MIT – CEGA (Berkeley).
Jack, B. Kelsey., 2009. Auctioning conservation contracts in Indonesia - Participant learning in multiple trial rounds. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 35, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Jack, B. Kelsey. 2009. Upstream-downstream transactions and watershed externalities: Experimental evidence from Kenya. Ecological Economics 68(6): 1813-1824.
Jack, B. Kelsey., B. Leimona, P.J. Ferraro. 2009. A revealed preference approach to estimating supply curves for ecosystem services: Experimental field auctions and soil erosion control in Indonesia. Conservation Biology 23(2): 359-367.
Jack, B. Kelsey, Beria Leimona, and Paul J. Ferraro. 2008. A revealed preference approach to estimating supply curves for environmental services: Experimental field auctions and soil erosion control in Indonesia. Conservation Biology 23(2): 359 – 367.
Jack, B. Kelsey, Carolyn Kousky, and Kate Emans Sims. 2008. Designing payments for ecosystem services: Lessons from previous experience with incentive-based mechanisms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(28): 9465-9470.
Jack, B. Kelsey, Carolyn Kousky, and Katharine R.E. Sims. 2007. Lessons relearned: Can previous research on incentive-based mechanisms point the way for payments for ecosystem services? CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 15. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.