Sommarat Chantarat
Sommarat Chantarat
Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research
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Designing index‐based livestock insurance for managing asset risk in northern Kenya
S Chantarat, AG Mude, CB Barrett, MR Carter
Journal of Risk and Insurance 80 (1), 205-237, 2013
2902013
Poverty traps and climate risk: limitations and opportunities of index-based risk financing
CB Barrett, BJ Barnett, MR Carter, S Chantarat, JW Hansen, AG Mude, ...
IRI Technical report, 2007
1602007
After the drought: The impact of microinsurance on consumption smoothing and asset protection
SA Janzen, MR Carter
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 101 (3), 651-671, 2019
1362019
Using weather index insurance to improve drought response for famine prevention
S Chantarat, CB Barrett, AG Mude, CG Turvey
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89 (5), 1262-1268, 2007
1132007
Social network capital, economic mobility and poverty traps
S Chantarat, CB Barrett
The Journal of Economic Inequality 10 (3), 299-342, 2012
982012
Dynamic field experiments in development economics: Risk valuation in Morocco, Kenya and Peru
TJ Lybbert, F Galarza, JG McPeak, CB Barrett, SR Boucher, MR Carter, ...
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39 (2), 176-192, 2010
502010
Insuring the never before insured: explaining index insurance through financial education games
MR Carter, CB Barrett, S Boucher, S Chantarat, FB Galarza, JG McPeak, ...
University of Wisconsin, 2008
482008
Willingness to pay for index based livestock insurance: results from a field experiment in northern Kenya
S Chantarat, AG Mude, CB Barrett
Cornell University, 2009
472009
Explaining index‐based livestock insurance to pastoralists
J McPeak, S Chantarat, A Mude
Agricultural Finance Review, 2010
452010
Welfare impacts of index insurance in the presence of a poverty trap
S Chantarat, AG Mude, CB Barrett, CG Turvey
World Development 94, 119-138, 2017
422017
Insuring against drought‐related livestock mortality: Piloting index based livestock insurance in northern Kenya
AG Mude, S Chantarat, CB Barrett, MR Carter, M Ikegami, JG McPeak
Available at SSRN 1844745, 2010
412010
Improving humanitarian response to slow-onset disasters using famine indexed weather derivatives
S Chantarat, CG Turvey, AG Mude, CB Barrett
Agricultural Finance Review, Forthcoming, 2011
392011
Index based livestock insurance for northern Kenya’s arid and semi-arid lands: the Marsabit pilot
A Mude, CB Barrett, MR Carter, S Chantarat, M Ikegami, JG McPeak
Available at SSRN 1844758, 2009
362009
Early assessment of seasonal forage availability for mitigating the impact of drought on East African pastoralists
A Vrieling, M Meroni, AG Mude, S Chantarat, CC Ummenhofer, KC de Bie
Remote sensing of environment 174, 44-55, 2016
342016
The performance of index based livestock insurance: Ex ante assessment in the presence of a poverty trap
S Chantarat, AG Mude, CB Barrett, CG Turvey
Available at SSRN 1844751, 2009
232009
Codebook for data collected under the improving pastoral risk management on East African Rangelands (PARIMA) Project
CB Barrett, G Gebru, JG McPeak, AG Mude, J Vanderpuye-Orgle, ...
Unpublished, Cornell University, 2008
212008
The effects of natural disasters on households’ preferences and behaviours: Evidence from Thai farmers during and after the 2011 mega flood
K Samphantharak, S Chantarat
Disaster Risks, Social Preferences, and Policy Effects: Field Experiments in …, 2015
172015
Dynamic effects of index based livestock insurance on household intertemporal behavior and welfare
M Ikegami, CB Barrett, S Chantarat
mimeo, 2011
152011
Social network capital
S Chantarat, CB Barrett
Economic Mobility, 2008
142008
The effects of natural disasters on households’ preferences and behaviours: Evidence from Cambodian rice farmers after the 2011 mega flood
S Chantarat, K Chheng, K Minea, S Oum, K Samphantharak, V Sann
Disaster Risks, Social Preferences, and Policy Effects: Field Experiments in …, 2015
122015
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