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Social Learning and Communication

Ariel BenYishay, A. Mushfiq Mobarak

NBER Working Paper No. 20139
Issued in May 2014

---- Acknowledgments ----

We gratefully acknowledge the support and cooperation of Readwell Musopole and many other staff members of the Malawi Ministry of Agriculture, and of David Rohrbach and Olivier Durand of the World Bank - Malawi Country Office. Maria Jones managed all aspects of fieldwork extremely well. Niall Kelleher, Sylvan Herskowitz, Cristina Valverde and the IPA-Malawi country office provided invaluable support for data collection. Andrew Carter, Tetyana Zelenska, Johann Burnett and Imogen Halstead provided excellent research assistance. The World Bank Gender and Agriculture Program, World Bank Development Impact Evaluation Initiative (DIME), the Millennium Challenge Corporation, Yale Center for Business and Environment, and the Macmillan Center at Yale University provided financial support. We thank Chris Udry, Florian Ederer, Jonathan Feinstein, Arthur Campbell, Ken Gillingham, Florence Kondylis, Arik Levinson, Mark Rosenzweig, and seminar participants at Yale University, Brown University, Boston University, Boston College, Georgetown, Vassar College, the University of Sydney, Monash University, University of Queensland, the University of New South Wales, Stanford University SITE, NEUDC at Harvard, and the 24th BREAD conference for comments. All errors are our own. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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