Kevin Donovan's research focuses on both the macro and microeconomics of economic growth, mostly studying constraints to firm growth in the developing world. Some of his recent work considers the impact of missing infrastructure for Central American farmers, and also the importance of inter-firm knowledge transfers among Kenyan microenterprise owners.

Thematic Interests

Development economics; macroeconomics

Current Research

The impact of risk on agricultural choices; the policies that generate misallocation across occupations in developing countries

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