Markus Goldstein is a development economist with experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa, East Asia, and South Asia. He is currently the Gender Practice Leader in the Africa Region and a Lead Economist in the Research Group of the World Bank. His current research centers on issues of gender and economic activity, focusing on agriculture and small scale enterprises. He is currently involved in a number of impact evaluations on these topics across Africa. Markus has taught at the London School of Economics, the University of Ghana, Legon, and Georgetown University. He holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley.
- gender power doesn't come cheap
- We need to know more about how to economically empower women
- They can run, but can they hide? Tracking respondents in longitudinal surveys
- Calling it in: using phones for repeat surveys
- Objectivity and engagement
- Does it matter who pays?
- Is it the program or is it participation? Randomization and placebos
- Turning on the taps in Tangiers
- let my people go...but busfare certainly helps: seasonal migration in Bangladesh
- Getting organized for progress in agriculture
- Love and secrets
- In the long run...
- Measuring secrets
- What is success, anyhow?
- A disappointment with encouragement
- Introducing the Development Impact blog