Labor Drops: Experimental Evidence on the Return to Additional Labor in Microenterprises,” (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), AEJ- Applied, January 2019, Vol 11(1), pp. 202-235.

Microenterprise Growth and the Flypaper Effect: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Ghana,” (w/ M Fafchamps, D McKenzie and S Quinn), Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 106, January 2014, pp. 211-226.

One-time transfers of cash or capital have long-lasting effects on microenterprises in Sri Lanka,” (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), Science, 24 February, 2012. Vol. 335 (6071), pp. 962-966.

Enterprise Recovery following Natural Disasters,” (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), Economic Journal, March 2012, Vol 122(559), pp. 64-91.

Wage Subsidies for Microenterprises”, (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, May 2010, Vol 100(2), pp. 614-618.

Are Women more credit Constrained? Experimental Evidence on Gender and Microenterprise Returns”, (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), AEJ-Applied Economics, July 2009, Vol 1(3), pp. 1-32.

Experimental Evidence on Returns to Capital and Access to Finance in Mexico,” (w/ D McKenzie), World Bank Economic Review, December 2008, Vol 22(3), pp. 457-482.

Returns to Capital in Microenterprises: Evidence from a Field Experiment” (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 2008, Vol 123(4), pp. 1329-1372.

The Impact of Short-term Credit on Microenterprises: Evidence from the Bimbo Program in Mexico,” (w/ P Cotler) Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol 56, No. 4, July 2008, pp. 829-849.

Mental Health Recovery and Economic Recovery after the Tsunami: High-Frequency Longitudinal Evidence from Sri Lankan Small Business Owners,” (w/ S de Mel and D McKenzie), Social Science and Medicine, February 2008, Vol 66(3), pp. 582-595.

“Mexican Microenterprise Investment and Employment: The Role of Remittances,” Integration and Trade Journal, No. 27, July-December 2007 pp. 185-209.

Migration Networks and Microenterprises in Mexico” (w/ R Zenteno), Journal of Development Economics, March 2007, Vol 82(2), pp. 509-528.

Do Entry Costs Provide an Empirical Basis for Poverty Traps? Evidence from Mexican Microenterprises” (w/ D McKenzie), Economic Development and Cultural Change, October 2006, Vol. 55 (1), pp. 3-42.

Firm Finance from the Bottom Up: Microenterprises in Mexico“, Stanford Center for International Development WP 112, 2001.