GSEM Postdoctoral Researcher: Dr. Davide Pietrobon

In his paper: “Risk-sharing, private information, and the use of fertilizer”, Davide Pietrobon theoretically analyzes and quantifies the relationship between risk-sharing and fertilizer use in village economies.

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