- K. Ambler, A. de Brauw, and S. Godlonton. “Cash Transfers and Crop Production in Senegal”, World Bank Economic Review, forthcoming.
- S. Godlonton. “Employment Risk and Job-Seeker Performance”, Journal of Human Resources, vol. 55(1), pages 194-239.
- S. Godlonton. “Employment Exposure: Employment and Wage Effects in urban Malawi”, Economic Development and Cultural Change,vol. 68(2), pages 471-506.
- S. Godlonton, M.A. Hernandez, and M. Murphy. “Anchoring bias in recall data: Evidence from Central America”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, forthcoming. Working Paper version: IFPRI Discussion Paper #01534.
- K. Ambler, A. de Brauw, and S. Godlonton. (2018). “Measuring postharvest losses at the farm level in Malawi”, Australian Journal of Agriculture and Resource Economics, vol. 62(1):139-160.
Working Paper version: IFPRI Discussion Paper #01632.
- S. Godlonton, A. Munthali, and R. Thornton. (2016). “Responding to Risk: Circumcision, Information and HIV Prevention“, Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 98(2):333-349.
- S. Godlonton and E. Okeke. (2016). “Does a ban on informal health providers save lives? Evidence from Malawi“, Journal of Development Economics, vol. 118(1):112-132.
- E. Okeke and S. Godlonton. (2014). “Doing Wrong to do Right? Social Preferences and Dishonest behaviour“, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, vol. 106(Oct):124-139.
- J. Chinkhumba, S. Godlonton, and R. Thornton. (2014). “The Demand for Medical Male Circumcision,” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, vol. 6(2)
- S. Godlonton and R. Thornton. (2013). “Learning from Others’ HIV Testing: Updating Beliefs and Responding to Risk,” American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, vol. 103(3): 439-444.
- S. Godlonton and R. Thornton. (2012). “Peer effects in learning HIV results“, Journal of Development Economics, vol. 97(1):118-129.
- J. Burns, S. Godlonton and M. Keswell. (2010). “Social Networks, Employment and Worker Discouragement: Evidence from South Africa,” Labor Economics, vol.17: 336 – 344.
- S. Godlonton and M. Keswell. (2005). “The Impact of Health on Poverty: Evidence from the South African Integrated Family Survey,” South African Journal of Economics, vol. 73(1)
- Thornton and S. Godlonton. (2016). “Medical Male Circumcision: How does price affect the risk-profile of take-up?”, Preventive Medicine, forthcoming.
- Schacham, J. Gilliland, R. Murphy, S. Godlonton and R. Thornton. (2016). “Geospatial Analysis of Condom Availability and Accessibility in Urban Malawi”, International Journal of STD and AIDS, Jan vol. 27(1):44-50.
- Maughan-Brown, A. Venkataramani, S. Godlonton and R. Thornton. (2015). “What do people actually learn from public Health Campaigns? Incorrect inferences about male circumcision and Female HIV Infection Risk Among Men and Women in Malawi.” Aids and Behavior, vol. 19(7):1170-1177.
- Schacham, S. Godlonton, and R. Thornton. (2014). “Perceptions of Male Circumcision among Married Couples in Rural Malawi,” Journal of the International Association of Providers of Aids Care, Sept vol. 13(5):443-9.
- K. Ambler, A. de Brauw, and S. Godlonton. “Cash, Inputs and Information: Direct Effects and Complementarities in Malawi“.
- K. Ambler, A. de Brauw and S. Godlonton. “Rural Labor Market Responses to Large Lumpy Cash Transfers: Evidence from Malawi“.
- C. Delavallade, and S. Godlonton. “Locking crops to unlock investment: Warrantage in Burkina Faso“.
- K. Ambler, and M. Recalde. “Follow the leader? A field experiment on social influence”.
- K. Ambler, and S. Godlonton. “Earned and unearned income: Experimental evidence on expenditures and labor supply in Malawi.”
- K. Ambler, A. de Brauw, and S. Godlonton. “Lump-sum Transfers for Agriculture and Household Decision Making”.
- S. Godlonton. “Employee Crime and Monitoring”.
- Godlonton and E. Okeke. “Antiretroviral Therapy and HIV Testing”.
- Balakasi and S. Godlonton. “Labor Statistics Measurement: Learning from Survey and Resume Comparisons”.
WORK IN PROGRESS
- Norms transmission through migration (with Caroline Theoharides).
- Risk Management in Extended Families: An Experimental Exploration of Remittances and Earned and Unearned Income (with Kate Ambler)