John W McArthur and Gordon C McCord. forthcoming. “Fertilizing growth: Agricultural inputs and their effects in international development.” Journal of Development Economics.
Homi Kharas, John W McArthur, Geoffrey Gertz, and Lorenz Noe. 2016. “Ending Rural Hunger – 2016 Update: Progress Toward SDG 2.” October. Brookings Institution.
John W McArthur. 2016. “Expanding credit for small-scale irrigation.” Brookings blog for US-Africa Business Forum. 15 September.
Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2016. “Ending rural hunger.” Global Economic Symposium, Council of Global Problem-Solving.
Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2016. “Targeting efforts to end hunger by 2030.” Chicago Council on Global Affairs – Global Food for Thought. 19 April.
John W McArthur and Krista Rasmussen. 2016. “Where does the world’s food grow?” Brookings Future Development. 21 March.
John W McArthur. 2016. “What does ‘agriculture’ mean today? Assessing old questions with new evidence.” Global Views No. 1, Brookings Global Economy and Development Program. March.
Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2015. “Dispatch from Italy: Ending Rural Hunger.” Brookings Future Development blog. 21 October.
Homi Kharas, John W McArthur, Geoffrey Gertz, Sinead Mowlds, and Lorenz Noe. 2015. Ending Rural Hunger: Mapping Needs and Actions for Food and Nutrition Security. Brookings Institution: Washington, DC.
John W McArthur. 2015. “Agriculture’s role in ending extreme poverty.” In The Last Mile in Ending Extreme Poverty. (edited by Laurence Chandy, Hiroshi Kato and Homi Kharas). Washington, DC: Brookings Press. pp. 175-218.
Homi Kharas and John W McArthur. 2015. “The hunger game: How to end global malnutrition.” Foreign Affairs. 16 June.
John W McArthur. 2015. “Taking Stock of Africa’s Green (Shoot) Revolution.” In Africa at a Fork in the Road: Taking Off or Disappointment Once Again. (edited by Ernesto Zedillo, Olivier Cattaneo and Haynie Wheeler). Yale University Center for the Study of Globalization (eBook). pp. 449-471.
John W McArthur. 2015. “Seeds of a ‘green revolution’ in Africa?” Brookings – Future Development blog. 4 May.
John W McArthur and Gordon C McCord. 2014. “New Evidence on Fertilizer, Agricultural Yields, and Structural Change.” Brookings UpFront. 28 October.
John W McArthur and Gordon C McCord. 2014. “Fertilizing Growth: Agricultural Inputs and their Effects in Economic Development.” Brookings Institution. Global Economy and Development Working Paper 77. September.
John W McArthur and Sinead Mowlds. 2014. “Investing in evidence to end hunger.” Devex.com. 1 August.
John W McArthur. 2013. “Can we slash poverty and starvation by 2015? Yes, if we get to work.” The Globe and Mail. 25 September.
John W McArthur and Jeffrey D Sachs. 2013. “A General Equilibrium Model for Analyzing African Rural Subsistence Economies and an African Green Revolution.” Brookings Institution. Africa Growth Initiative Working Paper 12. June.
John W McArthur. 2013. “To End Poverty Worldwide, Fix African Agriculture First.” The Globe and Mail (online). 29 May.
John W McArthur. 2013. “Good Things Grow in Scaled Packages: Africa’s Agricultural Challenge in Historical Context.” Brookings Institution Africa Growth Initiative: Working Paper 11. May.
John W McArthur and Mark Malloch Brown. 2012. “Sustainable Development for Fighting Poverty.” In “The Rio+20 Multistakeholder Dialogues: First Reactions from World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council Experts.” Informal Discussion Paper.
John W McArthur and James Radner. 2012.“Nez à Nez: Advanced Countries and the Horn of Africa” Global Brief. February.
Roseline Remans, Paul M Pronyk, Jessica C Fanzo, Jiehua Chen, Cheryl A Palm, Bennett Nemser, Maria Muniz, Alex Radunsky, Alem Hadera Abay, Mouctar Coulibaly, Joseph Mensah-Homiah, Margaret Wagah, Xiaoyi An, Christine Mwaura, Eva Quintana, Marie-Andree Somers, Pedro A Sanchez, Sonia E Sachs, John W McArthur, and Jeffrey D Sachs, for the Millennium Villages Study group. 2011. “A Multi-sector Intervention to Accelerate Reductions in Child Stunting: An Observational Study from Nine sub-Saharan African Countries.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Vol. 94, pp. 1632-1642.
Generose Nziguheba, Cheryl A. Palm, Tadesse Berhe, Glenn Denning, Ahmed Dicko, Omar Diouf, Willy Diru,Rafael Flor, Fred Frimpong, Rebbie Harawa, Bocary Kaya, Elikana Manumbu, John W McArthur, Patrick Mutuo, Mbaye Ndiaye, Amadou Niang, Phelire Nkhoma, Gerson Nyadzi, Jeffrey Sachs, Clare Sullivan, Gebrekidan Teklu, Lekan Tobe, and Pedro A. Sanchez. 2010. “The African Green Revolution: Results from the Millennium Villages Project.” Advances in Agronomy. Vol. 109, pp. 75-115.