Melanie Morten
Melanie Morten
Assistant Professor at Stanford University
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The aggregate productivity effects of internal migration: Evidence from indonesia
G Bryan, M Morten
Journal of Political Economy 127 (5), 2229-2268, 2019
Temporary migration and endogenous risk sharing in village india
M Morten
Journal of Political Economy 127 (1), 1-46, 2019
Remittances and the brain drain revisited: The microdata show that more educated migrants remit more
A Bollard, D McKenzie, M Morten, H Rapoport
The World Bank Economic Review 25 (1), 132-156, 2011
The Effects of Roads on Trade and Migration: Evidence from a Planned Capital City
M Morten, J Oliveira
A personal touch: Text messaging for loan repayment
D Karlan, M Morten, J Zinman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
The remitting patterns of African migrants in the OECD
A Bollard, D McKenzie, M Morten
Journal of African Economies 19 (5), 605-634, 2010
Migration and informal insurance: evidence from a randomized controlled trial and a structural model
C Meghir, AM Mobarak, C Mommaerts, M Morten
The Review of Economic Studies 89 (1), 452-480, 2022
Border Walls
T Allen, CC Dobbin, M Morten
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
Settlement patterns and the geographic mobility of recent migrants to New Zealand*
DC Maré, M Morten, S Stillman
New Zealand Economic Papers 41 (2), 163-195, 2007
Network-Based Hiring: Local Benefits; Global Costs
AG Chandrasekhar, M Morten, A Peter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
Adjustment in local labour and housing markets
DC Maré, A Grimes, M Morten
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 15 (2), 229-248, 2009
Encouragement and distortionary effects of conditional cash transfers
G Bryan, S Chowdhury, AM Mobarak, M Morten, J Smits
IZA Discussion Paper, 2021
Could Gentrification Stop the Poor from Benefiting from Urban Improvements?
C Balboni, G Bryan, M Morten, B Siddiqi
AEA Papers and Proceedings 111, 532-37, 2021
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