Nathaniel Jensen
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Agricultural index insurance for development
N Jensen, C Barrett
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 39 (2), 199-219, 2017
Index Insurance Quality and Basis Risk: Evidence from Northern Kenya
ND Jensen, CB Barrett, A Mude
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (5), 1450–1469, 2016
Rainfall shocks and agricultural productivity: Implication for rural household consumption
M Amare, ND Jensen, B Shiferaw, JD CissÚ
Agricultural systems 166, 79-89, 2018
How basis risk and spatiotemporal adverse selection influence demand for index insurance: Evidence from northern Kenya
ND Jensen, AG Mude, CB Barrett
Food Policy 74, 172-198, 2018
Cash transfers and index insurance: A comparative impact analysis from northern Kenya
ND Jensen, CB Barrett, AG Mude
Journal of Development Economics 129, 14-28, 2017
Quantifying household resilience with high frequency data: Temporal dynamics and methodological options
E Knippenberg, N Jensen, M Constas
World Development 121, 1-15, 2019
Index insurance and climate risk management: Addressing social equity
E Fisher, J Hellin, H Greatrex, N Jensen
Development Policy Review 37 (5), 581-602, 2019
Changing climate adaptation strategies of Boran pastoralists in southern Ethiopia
M Hurst, N Jensen, S Pedersen, A Shama, J Zambriski
Working paper no.15, CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agricultureá…, 2012
Conspicuous monitoring and remote work
N Jensen, E Lyons, E Chebelyon, R Le Bras, C Gomes
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 176, 489-511, 2020
Competing expectations in an index-based livestock insurance project
L Johnson, B Wandera, N Jensen, R Banerjee
The Journal of Development Studies 55 (6), 1221-1239, 2019
Does the design matter? Comparing satellite-based indices for insuring pastoralists against drought
N Jensen, Q Stoeffler, F Fava, A Vrieling, C Atzberger, M Meroni, A Mude, ...
Ecological economics 162, 59-73, 2019
The favourable impacts of Index-Based Livestock Insurance: Evaluation results from Ethiopia and Kenya
N Jensen, C Barrett, A Mude
ILRI Reserach Biref 52; I4 Brief 2015-02, 2015
Access to markets, weather risk, and livestock production decisions: Evidence from Ethiopia
KA Abay, ND Jensen
Agricultural Economics 51 (4), 577-593, 2020
Understanding pastoralists’ dynamic insurance uptake decisions: Evidence from four-year panel data in Ethiopia
K Takahashi, Y Noritomo, M Ikegami, ND Jensen
Food Policy 95, 101910, 2020
Targeted social protection in a pastoralist economy: case study from Kenya
SA Janzen, ND Jensen, AG Mude
Integrating social protection strategies for improved impact: A comparative evaluation of cash transfers and index insurance in Kenya
N Jensen, M Ikegami, A Mude
The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice 42, 675–707, 2017
Livestock insurance payouts and coping strategies of pastoralists during drought
M Taye, V Alulu, W Gobu, ND Jensen
ILRI Resaerch Brief 90, 2019
Pastoral livelihood pathways transitions in northern Kenya: The process and impact of drought
LK Kirui, ND Jensen, GA Obare, IM Kariuki, PK Chelanga, M Ikegami
Pastoralism 12 (1), 23, 2022
A framework for assessing the effects of shock events on livestock and environment in sub-Saharan Africa: The COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Kenya
MW Graham, P Chelanga, ND Jensen, SM Leitner, F Fava, L Merbold
Agricultural Systems 192, 103203, 2021
Characterization for index based livestock insurance
CJ Mills, ND Jensen, CB Barrett, AG Mude
ILRI Research Report 39, 2016
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