Measuring Hope: A Quantitative Approach with Validation in Rural Myanmar (with Duncan Boughton, Kyan Htoo, Aung Hein, and Ellen Payongayong); Journal of Development Studies, Forthcoming.
Learning toward Transformation: Evaluating Material, Social, and Spiritual Impacts in Western Kenya; Faith & Economics, Spring 2017, Issue No. 69, pp. 25-61.
Book Review Experimental Conversations: Perspectives on Randomized Trials in Development Economics (ed.) Timothy Ogden; (with Marc F. Bellemare) American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Forthcoming.
Amid Uncertainty for Federal Statistics Collection, Daily Use Increases; Use It For Good, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota, 2017
Policymakers Don’t Learn Much from Impact Evaluations (and what can be done about it); Learning Lab, An initiative of the United States Agency for International Development, 2017
The Secondary Migration of Refugees Resettled in the US; Forced Migration Review, Issue 54, Refugees Studies Centre, Oxford University, 2017
The Carrier Deal and Questions of Economic Injustice; Shared Justice, an initiative of the Center for Public Justice, 2016
The Real-Life Psychological Impacts of Poverty Traps; AgriLinks, An initiative of the United States Agency for International Development, 2016
The Economics that Really Matters: Hope for Rural Smallholder Farmers; Global Food For Thought, The Global Food and Agriculture Program at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, 2016
MIEDC 2016: Recap; (with Leah Bevis and Linden McBride); Economics That Really Matters, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 2016
Book Review Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science by Dani Rodrik; Faith & Economics, Fall 2016, Issue No. 68, pp. 121-126.
Adventures in Measuring Poverty and Hope in Lower Myanmar; Serving God Globally (guest blogger), a blog for graduates of Calvin College’s International Development Studies program, 2016
To End Global Poverty We Need More Evidence, Not Less Aid: A Review of ‘Poverty, Inc.”; (blog republish) Shared Justice, an initiative of the Center for Public Justice, 2016
Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics by Richard H. Thaler; Faith & Economics, Fall 2015; Issue No. 66, pp.169-174.
Unjust Lending: One Church Takes Note and Inspires Change in City; (with Lauren Walker); Shared Justice, an initiative of the Center for Public Justice, 2015
Stories Matter A Lot, But the Plural of Story Isn’t Data; WhyDev, 2015
Measuring hope: Lessons from Rural Myanmar; Economics That Really Matters, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 2015
Refugees in Rural Communities: A Win-Win?; National Agriculture & Rural Development Policy Center, A Regional Rural Development Centers Initiative, 2014
Faith in Business on the Razor’s Edge; Do Justice Blog a site organized by the Center for Public Dialogue, the Office of Social Justice, and the CRCNA, 2014
Story RTC for his Glory; Reeds in the Wind (guest blogger), 2014
Catalyzing a Global Network to End Poverty through Inclusive Agricultural Value-chains; (with Roxanne Addink de Graff and Martin Matuku); a Partners Worldwide Concept Paper, 2014
The Hidden Cost of the Winter Olympics; RELEVANT Magazine, 2014
13 Lessons 2013 Taught Us about Enacting Change; RELEVANT and Reject Apathy Magazine, 2013
Shoes and Laces; Reeds in the Wind (guest blogger), 2013
The End of Poverty; RELEVANT and Reject Apathy Magazine, 2013
Good for Business, Good for Ghana: A Study on What Makes Business Good and What Makes Good Business; (with Nick Meekhof) 2013 Calvin College Faith at Work Prize Winner; Hopeline Institute/ Partners Worldwide, 2012