Replications of Pitt and Khandker (1998): Papers, Data, and Code

Pitt, Mark M.  "Re-Re-Reply to “The Impact of Microcredit on the Poor in Bangladesh: Revisiting the Evidence”,  World Bank  Policy Research Working Paper 6801, March 2014.  (This is the long version of  "Response to ‘The Impact of Microcredit on the Poor in Bangladesh: Revisiting the Evidence’", Journal of Development Studies, in press 2014

Pitt, Mark M. "Replicating Replication:  Due Diligence in Roodman and Morduch’s Replication of Pitt and Khandker (1998)," World Bank Working Paper No. 6273, November 2012

Code for "Replicating Replication:  Due Diligence in Roodman and Morduch’s Replication of Pitt and Khandker (1998)" (zip file)

Pitt, Mark M.   "Gunfight at the NOT OK Corral: Reply to "High Noon for Microfinance" by Duvendack and Palmer-Jones (Uncut version)" , July 2012


Pitt, Mark M.   "Gunfight at the NOT OK Corral: Reply to "High Noon for Microfinance" by Duvendack and Palmer-Jones (Short version)" , The Journal of Development Studies,Vol. 48, No. 12, 1886–1891, December 2012

Data and code for "Gunfight at the NOT OK Corral"

Pitt, Mark M., "Overidentification Tests and Causality:  A Second Response to Roodman and Morduch”  April 8, 2011 (do and dta files)


Pitt, Mark M., Response to Roodman and Morduch’s “The Impact of Microcredit on the Poor in Bangladesh:  Revisiting the Evidence” March 2011
             Stata do and dta files used in this response are found here (zip file)

 

"Reply to Jonathan Morduch's "Does Microfinance Really Help the Poor? New Evidence from Flagship Programs in Bangladesh", October 14, 1999. (Stata do file from appendix)

 

Pitt, Mark M. and Shahidur Khandker. The Impact of Group-Based Credit on Poor Households in Bangladesh: Does the Gender of Participants Matter? Journal of Political Economy, October 1998, 958-996.