Elisabeth Sadoulet is a Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. Her research interests span agricultural technologies, microcredit, conservation, conditional cash transfers, and property rights. Sadoulet has conducted field research in sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, India, and China. Sadoulet has also consulted for several international agencies and foreign governments, including the FAO, the Government of Mexico, and the World Bank.
- Improving Access to Credit and Savings Products in Guatemala
- Impact of Drought-Tolerant Rice on Farmer Welfare in India
- Evaluating the Impact of Flood-Resistant Rice on Fertilizer Use and Crop Yield in India
- Unlocking the door to migration: BRAC's migrant loan program
- Can Conditional Cash Transfers Serve as Safety Nets to Keep Children at School and Out of the Labor Market?
- Coordinating Seed Exchange to Overcome Network Failures
- Social Networks and the Decision to Insure
- The Impacts of Drought Tolerance on Local Labor Markets in India
- Long-term Diffusion and Impact of Flood-tolerant Rice
- Local Electoral Incentives and Decentralized Program Performance