Tarek Ghani
Tarek Ghani
Assistant Professor of Strategy, Washington University in St Louis
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Transaction cost economics and its uses in marketing
O Williamson, T Ghani
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 40 (1), 74-85, 2012
1132012
Why do defaults affect behavior? Experimental evidence from Afghanistan
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani
American Economic Review 108 (10), 2868-2901, 2018
93*2018
Promises and pitfalls of mobile money in Afghanistan: evidence from a randomized control trial
JE Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani, L Koepke
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information and …, 2015
872015
Violence and financial decisions: Evidence from mobile money in Afghanistan
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani
University of Washington, 2014
342014
Relationships on the rocks: Contract evolution in a market for ice
T Ghani, T Reed
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 0
23*
Insecurity and industrial organization: Evidence from Afghanistan
JE Blumenstock, T Ghani, SR Herskowitz, E Kapstein, T Scherer, ...
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2018
192018
Community Monitors vs. Leakage: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan
E Berman, M Callen, LN Condra, M Downey, T Ghani, M Isaqzadeh
mimeo, 2017
32017
Mobile Money
T Suri, J Aker, C Batista, M Callen, T Ghani, W Jack, L Klapper, E Riley, ...
50 Years of Central Banking in Kenya, 146, 2021
22021
How Do Firms Respond to Insecurity? Evidence from Afghan Corporate Phone Records
J Blumenstock, T Ghani, S Herskowitz, EB Kapstein, TL Scherer, ...
mimeo, 2020
22020
Measuring poverty and vulnerability in real-time
J Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani, N Keleher, J Shapiro
Unpublished manuscript, Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 2018
22018
Mobile salary payments in Afghanistan: policy implications and lessons learned
JE Blumenstock, M Callen, T Ghani
PEDL Research Paper, 9, 2013
22013
Essays on Markets and Institutions in Emerging Economies
TF Ghani
UC Berkeley, 2015
2015
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