Mark Rosenzweig
Mark Rosenzweig
Professor of Economics, Yale University
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Learning by doing and learning from others: Human capital and technical change in agriculture
AD Foster, MR Rosenzweig
Journal of political Economy 103 (6), 1176-1209, 1995
24631995
Behavioural and material determinants of production relations in agriculture
HP Binswanger, MR Rosenzweig
The Journal of Development Studies 22 (3), 503-539, 1986
1734*1986
Credit market constraints, consumption smoothing, and the accumulation of durable production assets in low-income countries: Investments in bullocks in India
MR Rosenzweig, KI Wolpin
Journal of political economy 101 (2), 223-244, 1993
16531993
Wealth, weather risk, and the composition and profitability of agricultural investments
MR Rosenzweig, HP Binswanger
World Bank Publications, 1992
15211992
Consumption smoothing, migration, and marriage: Evidence from rural India
MR Rosenzweig, O Stark
Journal of political Economy 97 (4), 905-926, 1989
13641989
Returns to birthweight
JR Behrman, MR Rosenzweig
Review of Economics and statistics 86 (2), 586-601, 2004
11022004
Estimating a household production function: Heterogeneity, the demand for health inputs, and their effects on birth weight
MR Rosenzweig, TP Schultz
Journal of political economy 91 (5), 723-746, 1983
10011983
Microeconomics of technology adoption
AD Foster, MR Rosenzweig
Annu. Rev. Econ. 2 (1), 395-424, 2010
9482010
Does increasing women's schooling raise the schooling of the next generation?
JR Behrman, MR Rosenzweig
American economic review 92 (1), 323-334, 2002
9282002
Risk, implicit contracts and the family in rural areas of low-income countries
MR Rosenzweig
The Economic Journal 98 (393), 1148-1170, 1988
9201988
Technical change and human-capital returns and investments: evidence from the green revolution
AD Foster, MR Rosenzweig
The American economic review, 931-953, 1996
9091996
Natural" natural experiments" in economics
MR Rosenzweig, KI Wolpin
Journal of Economic Literature 38 (4), 827-874, 2000
8162000
Testing the quantity-quality fertility model: The use of twins as a natural experiment
MR Rosenzweig, KI Wolpin
Econometrica: journal of the Econometric Society, 227-240, 1980
8031980
Traditional institutions meet the modern world: Caste, gender, and schooling choice in a globalizing economy
K Munshi, M Rosenzweig
American Economic Review 96 (4), 1225-1252, 2006
7922006
How infrastructure and financial institutions affect agricultural output and investment in India
HP Binswanger, SR Khandker, MR Rosenzweig
Journal of development Economics 41 (2), 337-366, 1993
7591993
Immigrant health: Selectivity and acculturation
G Jasso, DS Massey, M Rosenzweig, J Smith
6992004
Fertility, schooling, and the economic contribution of children of rural India: An econometric analysis
MR Rosenzweig, R Evenson
Econometrica: journal of the Econometric Society, 1065-1079, 1977
6341977
Endowments and the allocation of schooling in the family and in the marriage market: the twins experiment
JR Behrman, MR Rosenzweig, P Taubman
Journal of political economy 102 (6), 1131-1174, 1994
5891994
Productivity, health, and inequality in the intrahousehold distribution of food in low-income countries
MM Pitt, MR Rosenzweig, MN Hassan
The American Economic Review, 1139-1156, 1990
5861990
Do population control policies induce more human capital investment? Twins, birth weight and China's “one-child” policy
MR Rosenzweig, J Zhang
The Review of Economic Studies 76 (3), 1149-1174, 2009
5812009
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