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LSMS Working Papers 111 - 135

WP# Working Paper Title (with Link to Abstract)Author

Guidelines for Constructing Consumption Aggregates for Welfare Analysis

Directrices para Construir Agregados de Consumo para Analizar el Bienestar

Deaton, Zaidi
134Social Assistance in Albania: Decentralization and Targeted TransfersAlderman
133Poverty Lines in Theory and PracticeRavallion
132The Role of the Private Sector in Education in Vietnam: Evidence from the Vietnam Living Standards SurveyGlewwe, Patrinos
131Chronic Illness and Retirement in JamaicaHanda, Neitzert
130Model Living Standards Measurement Study Survey Questionnaire for the Countries of the Former Soviet UnionOliver
129Poverty Comparisons and Household Survey DesignHowes, Lanjouw
128How Does Schooling of Mothers Improve Child Health - Evidence from MoroccoGlewwe
127Unconditional Demand for Health Care in Cote d'Ivoire: Does Selection of Health Status MatterDow

A Manual for Planning and Implementing the Living Standards Measurement Study Survey

Manual de Diseño y Ejecución de Encuestas sobre Condiciones de Vida (LSMS)
Grosh, Munoz
125The Contribution of Income Components to Income Inequality in South Africa: A Decomposable Gini AnalysisLeibbrandt, Woolard, Woolard
124Constructing an Indicator of Consumption for the Analysis of Poverty: Principles and Illustrations with Reference to EcuadorHentschel and Lanjouw
123The Demand for Medical Care: Evidence from Urban Areas in BoliviaIi
122Comparaisons de la Pauvreté: Concepts et Méthodes 
(document also available in English)
121Infrastructure and Poverty in Viet Namvan de Walle
120A Guide to Living Standards Measurement Study Surveys and their Data SetsGrosh, Glewwe
119Women's Schooling, the Selectivity of Fertility, and Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan AfricaPitt
118Proxy Means Tests for Targeting Social Programs: Simulations and SpeculationGrosh, Baker
117Who is Most Vulnerable to Macroeconomic Shocks? Hypotheses Tests Using Panel Data from PeruGlewwe, Hall
116Health Care in Jamaica: Quality, Outcomes, and Labor SupplyLavy, Palumbo, Stern
115Changing Patterns of Illiteracy in Morocco: Assessment Methods ComparedLavy, Spratt, Leboucher
114The Quality and Availability of Family Planning Services and Contraceptive Use in TanzaniaBeegle
113Sector Participation Decisions in Labor Supply ModelsPradhan

The Tradeoff Between Number of Children and Child Schooling: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana (English)

La Relation Entre le Nombre des Enfants et la Scolarisation: Le Case de la Côte d'Ivoire et du Ghana (French)

(abstract available in French)

Montgomery, Kouame, Oliver
111Contraceptive Use in Ghana: The Role of Service Availability, Quality, and PriceOliver

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