Cynthia Kinnan
Cynthia Kinnan
Assistant professor of economics, Tufts University
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The miracle of microfinance? Evidence from a randomized evaluation
A Banerjee, E Duflo, R Glennerster, C Kinnan
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7 (1), 22-53, 2015
23922015
Kinship and financial networks, formal financial access, and risk reduction
C Kinnan, R Townsend
American Economic Review 102 (3), 289-93, 2012
1972012
The miracle of microfinance
A Banerjee, E Duflo, R Glennerster, C Kinnan
Evidence from a randomized evaluation 40, 2009
1942009
Distinguishing barriers to insurance in Thai villages
C Kinnan
Journal of Human Resources, 0219-10067R1, 2021
1612021
Social networks as contract enforcement: Evidence from a lab experiment in the field
AG Chandrasekhar, C Kinnan, H Larreguy
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (4), 43-78, 2018
134*2018
Do credit constraints limit entrepreneurship? Heterogeneity in the returns to microfinance
AV Banerjee, E Breza, E Duflo, C Kinnan
Heterogeneity in the Returns to Microfinance (September 1, 2017). Global …, 2017
1182017
Access to migration for rural households
C Kinnan, SY Wang, Y Wang
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (4), 79-119, 2018
61*2018
Measuring the equilibrium impacts of credit: Evidence from the Indian microfinance crisis
E Breza, C Kinnan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
572018
Changes in social network structure in response to exposure to formal credit markets
A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, E Duflo, MO Jackson, C Kinnan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
472021
Can microfinance unlock a poverty trap for some entrepreneurs?
A Banerjee, E Breza, E Duflo, C Kinnan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
382019
Information, networks and informal insurance: evidence from a lab experiment in the field
AG Chandrasekhar, C Kinnan, H Larreguy
Unpublished manuscript, 2011
242011
Evaluation
A Banerjee, E Duflo, R Glennerster, C Kinnan
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7 (1), 22-53, 2015
122015
Impact of family planning and business trainings on private-sector health care providers in Nigeria
J Ugaz, A Leegwater, M Chatterji, D Johnson, S Baruwa, M Toriola, ...
International perspectives on sexual and reproductive health 43 (2), 51-65, 2017
42017
American Economic Journal
A Banerjee, D Karlan, J Zinman, E Duflo, R Glennerster, C Kinnan, ...
Applied Economics 7 (1), 2015, 2015
32015
The Miracle of
A Banerjee, E Duflo, R Glennerster, C Kinnan
32015
Insurance and Propagation in Village Networks
C Kinnan, K Samphantharak, R Townsend, DAV Cossio
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
12020
Novo Fundeb: Prós e Contras das Propostas em Debate
T Cruz, D Plank, G Elacqua, L Marotta, S Soares, J Cossi, A Hojman, ...
Relatório de Política Educacional. D3E, 2019
12019
Expanding Indian public health insurance above the poverty line
G Conti, C Kinnan, R Laxminarayan, A Malani, A Voena
International Growth Centre Blog, 2016
12016
Smoothing consumption across households and time: essays in development economics
CG Kinnan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010
12010
Adverse selection does not explain why utilization rises with premiums: evidence from a health insurance experiment in India
C Kinnan, A Malani, A Voena, G Conti, K Imai
2020
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