“The anatomy of Rwanda’s unlikely economic take-off” in prep (with Derek Pillay and Amina Rwakunda).
Ngonghala, C., Plucinski, M., Murray, M., Keenan, and M. H. Bonds. 2013. “A unified model of the ecology of multiple infections and economic growth” PNAS, in review.
Golden, C.D. Bonds, M.H., Brashares, J.S., Rasolofoniaina, B.J.R., and C. Kremen, 2013 “An economic valuation of the subsistence harvest of wildlife in Madagascar” Conservation Biology, in review.
Plucinski, M., Ngonghala, C.N., Getz, W. and M.H. Bonds, 2013. “Clusters of poverty and disease emerge from feedbacks on an epidemiological network” Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 10: doi:10.1098/rsif.2012.0656. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H., Dobson, A.P, and D.C. Keenan, 2012. “Disease ecology, biodiversity, and the latitudinal gradient in income”, PLoS Biology, 10:e1001456.
Dhillon, R., Bonds, M.H., Fraden, M., Ndahiro, D. and J. Ruxin. 2012. “The impact of reducing financial barriers on utilization of a primary care facility in Rwanda,” Global Public Health, 7:71-86. (pdf)
Plucinski, M., Ngonghala, C.N. and M.H. Bonds, 2011. “Health safety nets can break cycles of poverty and disease: a stochastic ecological model” Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 8:1796-1803.(pdf) (Data Supplement) (comments in The Guardian, nature.comblogs)
Bonds, M.H., D.C. Keenan, P. Rohani, and J. D. Sachs. 2010. “Poverty trap formed by the ecology of infectious diseases,” Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 277: 1185-1192. (pdf) (comment in Nature)
Bonds, M.H., and P. Rohani. 2010. “Herd immunity acquired indirectly from interactions between the ecology of infectious diseases, demography, and economics,” Journal of the Royal Society Interface,7:541-547. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H., and J.J. Pompe. 2008. “Public land management and institutional reform: evidence from Mississippi’s School Trust Land history.” Southern Business and Economics Journal, 31:1-18. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H., and D.R. Hughes. 2007.”On the productivity of public forests: a stochastic frontier analysis of school trust timber production,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 55: 171-183. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H. 2006. “Host life-history strategy explains pathogen-induced sterility,” The American Naturalist 168: 433-444.(pdf)
Bonds, M.H., D.C. Keenan, A. Leidner, and P. Rohani. 2005. “Higher disease prevalence can induce greater sociality; a game theoretic coevolutionary model,” Evolution 59(9): 1859-1866. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H. and J. Pompe. 2005. “Improving institutional incentives for public land management; an econometric analysis of school trust land leases,” Journal of Institutional Economics 1(2): 193-215.(pdf)
Bonds, M.H. and M.A. Nachbahr. 2005. Review of End of Poverty; Economics Possibilities of Our Time, by Jeffrey Sachs, Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 294: 1558. (pdf)
Bonds, M.H. and J. Pompe. 2003. “Calculating wetland mitigation banking credits; adjusting for function and locaiton,” Natural Resources Journal 43(4): 961-977. (pdf)