Dr. John Dougherty
Assistant Professor of Economics
Sellinger Hall 411
PhD and MA, The Ohio State University
BS and BA, George Washington University
Development Economics, Environmental Economics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Dougherty, John, Jon Einar Flatnes, Richard Gallenstein, Mario Miranda and Abdoul Sam. “Climate change and index insurance demand: Evidence from a framed field experiment in Tanzania.” July 2020. The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 175: 155-184.
Richard Gallenstein, Jon Einar Flatnes, John Dougherty, Khushbu Mishra, and Abdoul Sam. January 2018. “The impact of index‐insured loans on credit market participation and risk‐taking.” January 2021. Agricultural Economics, 52(1): 141-156.
Dougherty, John, Jon Einar Flatnes, Richard Gallenstein, Mario Miranda and Abdoul Sam. January 2019. “Investigating the Impact of Climate Change on Index Insurance Demand: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment in Tanzania.” Under Review at The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (second round)
Dougherty, John, and Richard Gallenstein December 2018. “A Microfinance Model of Endogenous Effort and Insurable Covariate Risk”Revise and Resubmit at The Journal of African Economies (first round)
Richard Gallenstein, Jon Einar Flatnes, John Dougherty, Khushbu Mishra, and Abdoul Sam. January 2018. “The Impact of Index-Insurance-Backed Contingent Credit on Credit Market Participation and Risk-taking.”
Dougherty, John. “The Effect of Farm Size on Fertilizer Application and Soil Quality: Evidence from a Panel Data Set inTanzania.”