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Arends-Kuenning, Mary and Duryea, SuzanneThe Effect of Parental Presence, Parents' Education and Household Headship on Adolescents' Schooling and Work in Latin AmericaJournal of Family and Economic Issues, Vol 27, Issue 2, pp. 263-286Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Brazil2006
Grawe, NathanIntergenerational mobility for whom?  The experience of high- and low-earning sons in international perspectivein Miles Corak, ed. Generational Income Mobility in North America and Europe.  Cambridge: Cambridge University PressEcuador, Nepal, Pakistan, Peru2004
Grawe, NathanIntergenerational Mobility in the US and Abroad: Quantile and Mean Regression MeasuresPh.D. Dissertation.  University of Chicago, Department of Economics, Division of Social SciencesEcuador, Nepal Pakistan, Peru2001
Grawe, NathanQuantile Regression Measures of Mobility in the US and AbroadUnpublished.  University of Chicago, Department of EconomicsEcuador, Nepal Pakistan, Peru2001
Hentschel, Jesko and Lanjouw, PeterConstructing an Indicator of Consumption for the Analysis of Poverty: Principles and Illustrations with Reference to EcuadorWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 124Ecuador1996
MacIsaac, Donna; and Rama, MartinDeterminants of Hourly Earnings in Ecuador: the Role of Labor Market RegulationsJournal of Labor Economics, JulyEcuador1997
Waters, Hugh.Measuring Equity in Access to Health CareSocial Science and Medicine, forthcomingEcuador2000
Waters, HughMeasuring the Impact of Health Insurance with a Correction for Selection Bias - A Case Study of EcuadorHealth Economics, Vol. 8, No. 5, pp 473-483Ecuador1999
Marcouiller, Douglas; Ruiz de Castilla, Veronica; and Woodruff, ChristopherFormal Measures of the Informal Sector Wage Gap in Mexico, El Salvador, and PerudraftEl Salvador, Mexico, Peru1995
Doss, Cheryl, Kovarik, Chiara, Peterman, Amber, Quisumbing, Agnes and van den Bold, MaraGender Inequalities in Ownership and Control of Land in Africa: Myth and RealityInternational Food Policy Research Institute, Discussion Paper 01308Ethiopia, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda2013
Mulat, AmarechDimensions and Determinants of Rural Poverty in EthiopiaMaster's Thesis, Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento, ItalyEthiopia2012
Addae-Mensah, JosephThe Economic Recovery of Ghana and the Urban Housing Market: The Supply of Rental Housing Ghana 
Addae-Mensah, JosephThe Economic Recovery of Ghana and the Urban Housing Market: The Supply of Rental HousingPh. D dissertationGhana 
Ainsworth, MarthaThe Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Final ReportWorld BankGhana, Côte d'Ivoire1994
Ainsworth, Martha; Beegle, Kathleen; and Nyamete, AndrewThe Impact of Female Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan CountriesWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 110Ghana (DHS in 13 other countries)1995
Alberts, WimPoverty Assessment for Ghana Ghana 
Alderman, HaroldFood and Nutritional Adequacy in GhanaCornell, Food and Nutrition Policy Program Working Paper No. 27Ghana 
Alderman, HaroldIncomes and Food Security in GhanaCornell, Food and Nutrition Policy Program Working Paper No. 28Ghana 
Alderman, Harold and Higgins, PaulLabor and Women's Nutrition: A Study of Energy Expenditures, Fertility and Nutrition Status in Ghana Ghana 
Alessie, Rob; Baker, Paul; Blundell, Richard; Heady, Christopher; and Meghir, CostasThe Working Behavior of Young People in Rural Côte d'Ivoire and GhanaThe World Bank Economic Review, 6(1):139-54Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire 
Baker, Judy L. and van der Gaag, JacquesEquity in Health Care and Health Care Financing: Evidence from Five Developing CountriesChapter 20 in Van Doorslaer, Eddy, Adam Wagstaff, and Frans Rutten, eds., Equity in the Finance and Delivery of Health Care: An International PerspectiveGhana, Bolivia,  Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Peru1990
Behrman, Jere and Lavy, VictorChildren's Health and Achievement in SchoolWorld Bank. LSMS working Paper No. 104Ghana1994
Benefo, Kofi and Schultz, T. PaulDeterminants of Fertility and Child Mortality in Côte d'Ivoire and GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 103Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1994
Benefo, Kofi and Schultz, T. PaulFertility and Child Mortality in Côte d"Ivoire and GhanaThe World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp123-158Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1996
Bhalotra, SoniaIs Child Work NecessaryUniversity of Cambridge, DAEGhana, Pakistan2001
Bhalotra, SoniaChild Farm Labour: The Wealth ParadoxUniversity of Cambridge, DAEGhana, Pakistan2001
Brenzel, Logan ElaineImpact of Household Structure on the Intrahousehold Demand for Child Health Care in Ghanaforthcoming PhD dissertation, The John Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public HealthGhana 
Bryngelsson, David K., Ahlen, Anders, Azar, Christian, and Persson, U. MartinThe effect of food-price movements on African householdsInternational Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, Vol 9, No. 3-4: 121-146Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania (Kagera), South Africa2012
Commander, Simon and Ugaz, CeciliaWhat Seems Right and What Seems Wrong with Ghana's Labor Market Ghana 
Coulombe, Harold; and McKay, AndrewAn Assessment of Trends in Poverty in Ghana 1988 - 1992World Bank, Poverty and Social Policy Discussion Paper No. 81Ghana1995
Coulombe, Harold; and McKay, AndrewLa mesure de la pauvreté: vue d'ensemble et méthodologie avec illustration dans le cas du GhanaCRDE, Université de Montreal, Canada, AprilGhana1997
Cox, Donald and Jimenez, EmmanuelThe Relationship Between Community Characteristics and Private Transfers: Evidence from GhanaWorld Bank, Development Research Group, mimeoGhana 
Deaton, AngusHousehold Saving in LDCs: Credit Markets, Insurance, and WelfareScandinavian Journal of Economics, 94(2):253-73Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1992
de Laiglesia, J.R. and Morrisson, C.Household Structures and Savings: Evidence from Household SurveysOECD Development Centre Working Paper No. 267, OECD Development Centre, Paris Ghana Côte d'Ivoire, China2008 
Filmer, DeonThe Intrahousehold Distribution of Health and Cognitive Skills: Gender Differences in the allocation of Preventive Medical Care and Schooling in Developing CountriesBrown University, PhD. dissertationGhana 
Ghana Statistical ServiceThe Estimation of Components of Household Incomes and Expenditures from the first two rounds of the GLSS, 1987/88 and 1988/89, two volumes, MayGhana Statistical Service, MayGhana1993
Ghana Statistical ServiceMeasuring Informal Sector Activity in GhanaGhana Statistical Service, proceedings of a GSS/ODA workshop, Accra, January 1995Ghana1996
Ghana Statistical Service (with Awoonor-Williams, M.; Coulombe, H.; McKay, A.; Nyarko, P.; Oduro, D.A.; and Twum-Baah, K.A.)The Pattern of Poverty in Ghana, 1987-1992Ghana Statistical ServiceGhana1995
Glewwe, PaulThe Economics of School Quality Investments in Developing Countries: An Empirical Study of GhanaMacMillan PressGhana 
Glewwe, PaulThe Relevance of Standard Estimates of Rates of Return to Schooling for Education Policy: A Critical AssessmentJournal of Development Economics, DecemberGhana1996
Glewwe, PaulSchooling, Skills, and the Returns to Government Investment in Education: An Exploration Using Data from GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 76Ghana1991
Glewwe, Paul and Ilias, NaumanThe Determinants of School Attainment in Sub-Saharan AfricaJournal of International Development, May-JuneGhana1996
Glewwe, Paul and Jacoby, HananDelayed Primary School Enrollment and Childhood Malnutrition in Ghana: An Economic AnalysisWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 98Ghana1993
Glewwe, Paul and Jacoby, HananEstimating the Determinants of Cognitive Achievement in Low-Income Countries: The Case of GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 91Ghana1992
Glewwe, Paul and Twum-Baah, Kwaku A.The Distribution of Welfare in Ghana, 1987-88World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 75Ghana1991
Haddad, LawrenceGender and Economic Adjustment in Ghana and the Côte d'Ivoirein Gender and Adjustment, The Mayatech Corporation, MDGhana, Côte d'Ivoire1991
Haddad, LawrenceGender and Poverty in Ghana: A Descriptive Analysis of Selected Outcomes and ProcessesIDS Bulletin, volume 22(1)Ghana 
Haddad, LawrenceGender and Poverty in Ghana: A Descriptive AnalysisWorld Bank, SDA Working Paper, Africa RegionGhana1991
Haddad, LawrenceThe Impact of Women's Employment Status on Household Food Security at Different Income Levels in GhanaFood and Nutrition BulletinGhana 
Higgins, Paul A. and Alderman, HaroldLabor and Women's Nutrition: The Impact of Work Effort and Fertility on Nutritional Status in GhanaJournal of Human Resources, 33(3): 577-595, 1997, and World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper WPS 1009, Agriculture and Rural Development Department, 1992Ghana1997
Jacoby, Hanan and Glewwe, PaulAn Economic Analysis of Delayed Primary School Enrollment and Childhood Malnutrition in a Low Income CountryReview of Economics and Statistics, 77(1): 156-169Ghana1995
Jacoby, Hanan and Glewwe, PaulStudent Achievement and Schooling Choice in Low Income Countries: Evidence from GhanaJournal of Human Resources, 29(3), Summer 1994Ghana1994
Jolliffe, DeanThe Impact of Cognitive Skills on Income from FarmingMimeoGhanay
Jolliffe, DeanThe Impact of Education in Rural Ghana: Examining Productivity and Labor Allocation EffectsMimeoGhana1993
Kennedy, Eileen and Haddad, LawrenceAre Preschoolers from Female-Header Households Less Malnourished? A Comparative Analysis of Results from Ghana and KenyaIFPRI MimeoGhana, Kenya1991
Kennedy, Eileen; Peters, P.; and Haddad, LawrenceThe Nutritional Status of Preschoolers and Women in Different Female Headed Household: A Comparative Analysis of Results from Kenya, Malawi, and GhanaIFPRI MimeoGhana, Kenya, Malawi1990
King, Elizabeth M.; Glewwe, Paul; and Alberts, W.Human Resource Development and Economic Growth : Ghana in the Next Two DecadesWorld Bank, PHREE Background Paper Series No. PHREE/92/57Ghana1992
Lavy, VictorInvestment in Human Capital: Schooling Supply Constraints in Rural GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 93Ghana1992
Lavy, Victor and Quigley, John M.Willingness to Pay for the Quality and Intensity of Medical Care: Low-Income Households in GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 94Ghana1995
Lavy, Victor; Strauss, John; Thomas, Duncan; and de Vreyer, PhilippeThe Impact of the Quality of Health Care on ChildrenWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 106Ghana1995
Lloyd, Cynthia and Brandon, AnastasiaDoes Sibsize Matter? Implications of Family Size for children's Educational Opportunities and Work Responsibilities in GhanaPaper presented to PAA, DenverGhana1992
Lloyd, Cynthia and Brandon, AnastasiaWomen's Role in the Maintenance of Households; Poverty and Gender Inequality in GhanaWomen, Family and Population, Vol. I, conference Proceedings of Union for African Population Studies, Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoGhana1991
Lloyd, Cynthia and Brandon, AnastasiaWomen's Role in Maintaining of Households; Poverty and Gender Inequality in GhanaThe Population Council, Working Paper No. 16, Research DivisionGhana1990
Lloyd, Cynthia B. and Gage-Brandon, Anastasia J.High Fertility and Children's Schooling in Ghana: Sex Differences in Parental Contributions and Educational OutcomesPopulation Studies 48: 293-306Ghana1994
Lloyd, Cynthia, and Gage-Brandon, AnastasiaWomen's Role in Maintaining Households: Family Welfare and Sexual Inequality in GhanaPopulation Studies, 47(1):115-131Ghana1993
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanThe Joint Estimation of Child Participation in Schooling and Employment: Comparative Evidence from Three ContinentsOxford Development Studies, Vol. 30, No. 1, 42-62Ghana, Pakistan, Peru 2002
Montgomery, Mark; Kouamé, Aka; and Oliver, RaylynnThe Tradeoff Between Numbers of Children and Child Schooling: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 112Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1994
Oliver, RaylynnContraceptive Use in Ghana: The Role of Service Availability, Quality, and PriceWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 111Ghana1995
Oliver, RaylynnFamily Size Decisions in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Analysis for GhanaStanford University, Department of Economics, Ph.D dissertationGhana1994
Oliver, RaylynnFertility and Women's Education in Ghanain Glewwe, Paul (ed.), The Economics of School Quality in Developing CountriesGhana1997
Oliver, RaylynnSchooling and Fertility: An Analysis of Age-Specific Fertility Levels in GhanaMimeo, Department of Economics, Stanford UniversityGhana1992
Oti-Boateng, E; Ewusi, K.; Kanbur, R.; and McKay, A.A Poverty Profile of Ghana, 1987-1988Journal of African Economies, 1:1(March 1992), 25-28Ghana1992
Oti-Boateng, E; Ewusi, K.; Kanbur, R.; and McKay, A.A Poverty Profile for Ghana: 1987-88Social Dimensions of Adjustment Working Paper No. 5, World BankGhana1990
Pitt, Mark and Lavy, VictorThe Intrahousehold Allocation of Medical Care in Ghana Ghana 
Ray, RanjanThe Determinants of Child Labour and Child Schooling in GhanaJournal of African Economies, 11: 561-590Ghana2002
Sahn, David E. and Sarris, AlexanderStructural Adjustment and the Welfare of Rural Smallholders: A Comparative Analysis from Sub-Saharan AfricaWorld Bank Economic Review, 5(May):259-89Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, Malawi, Madagascar, Tanzania1991
Schultz, T. PaulHealth and Schooling Investments in AfricaJournal of Economic Perspectives, Vol 13, No. 3, Summer, pp 67-88Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1999
Schultz, T. Paul and Tansel, AysitWage and Labor Supply Effects of Illness in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana: Instrumental Variable Estimates for Days DisabledJournal of Development Economics, Vol 54, pp 251-286Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1997
Scott, Chris and Amenuvegbe, BenSample Designs for the Living Standards Surveys in Ghana and Mauritania
(English-French)
World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 49Ghana, Mauritania1989
Thomas, DuncanGender Differences in Household Resource AllocationsWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 79Ghana 1990
Vijverberg, Wim P.M.Measuring Income from Family Enterprises with Household SurveysWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 84 and Small Business Economics, 4, 287-305Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1991
Vijverberg, Wim P.M.Returns to Schooling in Non-Farm Self-Employment: An Econometric Case Study of GhanaWorld Development, 23(7):1215-1227Ghana1995
Vijverberg, Wim P.M.Schooling, Skills, and Income from Non-Farm Self-Employment in Ghanaforthcoming in book on Ghana, ed. by Paul GlewweGhana 
Chaves, Alexis Sources of Ethnic Wage Inequality in Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala 2008
Falaris, EvangelosMisclassification of the dependent variable in binary choice models: evidence from five Latin American countriesApplied Economics, (2011) 43: 1315-1327Guatemala, Brazil, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru 
Mary-Dauphin, Guatier Premium to employment in larger establishments: evidence from Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala 2008 
Nyarko, Alberta Child labor: Evidence from Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala 2008
Rose, Zachary The Effect of Household Characeristics on Remittances in Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala  2008
Simon, David Wages by Gender and Sector in Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala  2008
Williams, Shawn Formal Measures fo the Informal-Sector Wage Gap in Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala  2008
Yuan, Di The Impact of Health Status on Wages Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala  2008
Patrinos, Harry Anthony, and Psacharopoulos, GeorgeSocioeconomic and Ethnic Determinants of Age-Grade Distortion in Bolivian and Guatemalan Primary SchoolsInternational Journal of Educational Development,,  Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 3-14Guatemala, Bolivia1996
Psacharopoulos, George and Patrinos, Harry AnthonyIndigenous People and Poverty in Latin America: An Empirical AnalysisWorld Bank Regional StudyGuatemala, Bolivia, Mexico, Peru1994
Baker, JudyGuyana: Strategies for Reducing PovertyWorld Bank ReportGuyana1994
Guyana Bureau of StatisticsGuyana Household Income and Expenditure SurveyWorld BankGuyana1992
World BankSIMAP/Health, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation ProjectWorld Bank, SAR #10146-GUAGuyana1992
World BankGuyana: Strategies for Reducing PovertyWorld Bank, Country Department III, Country Operations Division 2, Latin American Region, Report No. 12861-GUAGuyana1994
Anderson, Benjamin C.Land Ownership and the Schooling Decision: An Analysis of Uttar Pradesh and BiharDevelopment and Growth Course, London School of EconomicsIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2006
Gotfredsen, Micala and Ingemar GustavsonMigration in IndiaDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2003
Lahiri, Sajal and Sharmistha SelfExogamy and Bias against Daughters in Health-care Provision: A Theory and Evidence from Two Northern States in IndiaNortheast Universities Development Consortium Conference (NEUDC)India (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2005
Meenakshi, J.V. and Ranjan RayImpact of household size and family composition on poverty in rural IndiaJournal of Policy Making, 24: 539-559India2002
Pikaar, Giso and Erwin WestgeestMigration in BiharDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2003
Tabet, Marie-ChristineThe Practical Consequences of the Choice among Alternative Poverty Concepts: A Study Using Indian DataUniversity of SussexIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2002
Zaidi, AashtiEffects of the Integrated Child Development Services on Primary School Enrollment and Attendance in IndiaGeorgetown University Public Policy InstituteIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2007



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