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Author(s)TitlePublisherCountriesPub. Date 
Alleyne, Dillon Final Report on the Assessment of the Quality of the 1989 Survey of Living Conditions (SLC) Data SetsPlanning Institute of Jamaica, Research Project on Living Standards in JamaicaJamaica1992
Anderson, PatriciaDesigning the Food Stamp Programme to Reach the PoorPlanning Institute of Jamaica, Jamaica Poverty Line Project, Working Paper No. 5Jamaica1992
Anderson, PatriciaLevels of Poverty and Household Food Consumption in Jamaica in 1989Jamaica and the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, Paper presented at the Workshop on Food and Nutrition Policies: Issues and Recommendations for the 1990s and Beyond, February 13-14Jamaica1990
Baker, JudyThe Jamaica Student Loan ProgramWorld Bank Regional Study, Volume IIJamaica1992
Baker, JudyThe Nutribun and Milk School Feeding ProgramWorld Bank Regional Study, Volume IIJamaica1992
Baker, Judy and Grosh, MargaretMeasuring the Effects of Geographic Targeting on Poverty ReductionWorld Development, 22(7):983-995.Jamaica, Bolivia, Venezuela1994
Baker, Judy and Grosh, MargaretMeasuring the Effects of Geographic Targeting on Poverty ReductionWorld Bank LSMS Working Paper No. 99, and World Development, 22(7): 983-995Jamaica, Mexico, Venezuela 
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 PerspectiveJamaica, Bolivia, Peru, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire1990
Bronte-Tinkew, Jacinta M.H.Family Structure and Resource Dilution Effects on Child Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis of Jamaica and Trinidad and TobagoPh.D. Dissertation Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, The Graduate School, Department of SociologyJamaica2000
Caribbean Food and Nutrition InstituteHousehold Food Accessibility in November, 1989 in JamaicaCFNIJamaica1990
Chambers, Claudia M.Attendance, Achievement, and Aspects of the Learning Environment in Primary Education - A Prognosis for Secondary Education (Jamaica)World Bank, RPO 676-87Jamaica 
Fiszbein, Ariel and Psacharopoulos, GeorgeIncome Inequality Trends in Latin America in the Eighties: A Decomposition AnalysisBrookings Institution Conference, Confronting the Challenge of Poverty and Income Distribution in Latin America, July 15-17, 1992Jamaica1992
Gertler, Paul; Feifer, Chris; and Richards, ToniSafe Motherhood in Jamaica: A Proposed WorkplanRAND CorporationJamaica1990
Gertler, Paul; Rahman, Omar; Ashley, Deanna; Fox, KristinHigh Risk Pregnancies and Maternal Health Services in JamaicaRAND; Ministry of Health, JamaicaJamaica1992
Gertler, Paul and Richards, ToniThe Content of Prenatal Care and Child Health Jamaica 
Gertler, Paul; Richards, Toni; and Strauss, JohnTechnical Support for Strengthening Health Care Resource Mobilization Policy in JamaicaRAND Corporation, CAJamaica1990
Gertler, Paul; Strauss, John; Rahman, Omar; Fox, KristinGender and Life-Cycle Differentials in the Patterns and Determinants of Adult HealthJournal of Human Resources, JuneJamaica1992
Gertler, Paul J.; Strauss, John; Kohn, Laura; Vuong, My; and Vuong, NgaUser Fee Policy Simulations from a Provider Choice Model: Preliminary ResultsMinistry of Health, Jamaica, MayJamaica1993
Gertler, Paul; Strauss, John; Rahman; Vuong, Nga; and Vuong, MyHealth Care Utilization and Provider Choice in Jamaica: An Interim ReportRANDJamaica1993
Glewwe, Paul; Grosh, Margaret E.; Jacoby, Hanan; and Lockheed, MarlaineAn Eclectic Approach to Estimating the Determinants of Achievement in Jamaican Primary EducationWorld Bank Economic Review, 9(2):231-258Jamaica1995
Gordon, Derek (University of the West Indies)Identifying the Poor: Developing a Poverty Line for JamaicaPlanning Institute of Jamaica, Working Paper No. 3, Jamaican Poverty Line ProjectJamaica1989
Grosh, Margaret E.The Household Survey as a Tool for Policy Change: Lessons from the Jamaican Survey of Living ConditionsWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 80Jamaica1991
Grosh, Margaret E.The Jamaica Food Stamps Programme: A Case Study in TargetingFood Policy, 17(1):23-40, Feb 1992Jamaica1992
Grosh, Margaret E. and Baker, JudyProtecting Poor Jamaicans from Currency DevaluationWorld Bank, HRO Working Paper SeriesJamaica1993
Grosh, Margaret E. and Baker, JudyProxy Means Tests for Targeting Social Programs: Simulations and SpeculationWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 118Jamaica, Bolivia, Peru1995
Grosh, Margaret E.; Fox, Kristin; and Jackson, MarieAn Observation on the Bias in Clinic-Based Estimates of Malnutrition RatesWorld Bank, PRE Working Paper No. 649Jamaica1991
Handa, SudhanshuThe Determinants of Female Headship in Jamaica: Results from a Structural ModelUniversity of Toronto, Ph.D dissertationJamaicay
Handa, SudhanshuThe Determinants of Teenage Schooling in Jamaica: Rich vs. Poor, Females vs. MalesUniversity of West Indies, Department of Economics, Mona, Kingston 7, JamaicaJamaica1995
Handa, SudhanshuThe Effect of the Jamaican Food Stamp Program on Household Food Expenditures and Child Nutritional StatusUniversity of West IndiesJamaica1994
Handa, SudhanshuExpenditure Behavior and Children's Welfare: An Analysis of Female Headed Households in JamaicaJournal of Development Economics, 50 (1996): 165-186Jamaica1996
Handa, SudhanshuGender, Headship, and Intra-Household Resource AllocationUniversity of West Indies, 1993/94 Seminar Series, Department of Economics; and World Development, 22(10):1535-1547, 1994Jamaicay
Handa, SudhanshuMore Evidence on the Role of Maternal Education in the Production of Child HeightUniversity of the West Indies, Department of EconomicsJamaicay
Handa, SudhanshuMortality, Fertility, and Recent Fertility in JamaicaUniversity of the West Indies, JulyJamaica1995
Handa, Sudhanshu and King, DamienStructural Adjustment Policies, Income Distribution and Living Standards: The Jamaica ExperienceUniversity of the West Indies, Kingston, JamaicaJamaica1995
Handa, SudhanshuTeenage Schooling in JamaicaUniversity of TorontoJamaicay
Harris, AbigailThe Validity of the California Achievement Test as a Measure of Educational Productivity in JamaicaFordham University, New YorkJamaica1993
Henry-Lee, AldrieEconomic Recession, Structural Adjustment and Health in JamaicaXIVth Conference on the Social Sciences and Medicine, Peebles, Scotland, September 2-6Jamaica1996
Hotchkiss, Julie L. and Moore, Robert E.Gender Compensation Differentials in JamaicaEconomic Development and Cultural Change, 44(3, April):657-676Jamaica1996
Jacoby, HananSelf-Selection and the Redistributive Impact of In-Kind Transfers: An Evaluation of the Jamaica Nutribun and Milk Program Jamaicay
Jacoby, HananSelf-Selection and the Redistributive Impact of In-Kind Transfers: An Econometric AnalysisJournal of Human Resources, SpringJamaica1997
Lavy, Victor; Palumbo, Michael; and Stern Steven N.Health Care in Jamaica: Quality, Outcomes, and Labor SupplyWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 116Jamaica1995
Louat, Frederic; Grosh, Margaret; and Van der Gaag, JacquesWelfare Implications of Female Headship in Jamaican HouseholdsWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 96Jamaica1993
Manderson-Jones, MignonThe School Feeding ProgrammeWorld Bank, project proposal (RPO-676-87)Jamaica 
Peabody, John W.; Rahman, Omar; Fox, Kristen; and Gertler, PaulPublic and Private Delivery of Primary Health Care Services in JamaicaRANDJamaica1993
Planning Institute of JamaicaThe Impact of Food Prices on the PoorPIOJ, Jamaica Poverty Line Project, Working Paper No. 4, JulyJamaica1990
Psacharopoulos, George and Tzannatos, ZafirisWomen's Employment and Pay in Latin AmericaThe World BankJamaica, Bolivia, Peru1992
Ray, RanjanChild Health and its Determinants in Developing Countries: A Cross Country ComparisonSchool of Economics, University of TasmaniaJamaica, Peru, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa1998
Romane Morris, RuthAn Analysis of the Factors which Impinge on School AttendanceWorld Bank, project proposal (RPO 676-87)Jamaica 
Scott, Katherine MacKinnonFemale Labor Force Participation and Earnings: The Case of JamaicaWorld Bank, Women's Employment and Pay in Latin America: Part II Country Case Studies, George Psacharopoulos and Zafiris Tzannatos, eds., Chapter 19, Latin America and the Caribbean Technical Department Regional Studies Program, Report No. 10Jamaica1991
Stewart, Rigoberto, Youngblood, Curtis E.; Quezada, Norberto A; and Franklin, David L.Food Security in Jamaica: An Evaluation of the Food Subsidy ProgrammesSigma One Corporation, Research Triangle Park, N.C.Jamaica1989
Weiss, BrendaWIDU. of MassachusettsJamaica 
Witter, MichaelAnalysis of Food Assistance Programmes in JamaicaPlanning Institute of Jamaica, Working Paper No. 1, Jamaica Poverty Line ProjectJamaica1989
World BankJamaica Health Sector Review: Present Status and Future OptionsWorld Bank, Latin America Country Department III, Human Resources Division, SeptemberJamaica1994
Wyss, BrendaGender and Cash Child Support in JamaicaReview of Radical Political Economics 33 (4): December 2001Jamaica 
Anderson, Kathryn, and Pomfret, Richard Consequences of Creating a Market Economy: Evidence from Household Surveys in Central AsiaCheltenham UK: Edward ElgarKazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan2003
Sari, Nazmi and John LangenbrunnerConsumer out-of-pocket spending for pharmaceuticals in Kazakhstan: implications for sectoral reformHealth Policy and Planning, 16 (4), 428-434Kazakhstan2001
Verme, PaoloThe Choice of the Working Sector in Transition: Income and Non-Income Determinants of Sector Participation in KazakhstanThe Economics of Transition, Eurpoean Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Vol 8., Issue 3Kazakhstan2000
Verme, PaoloTransition, Recession and Labour SupplyAshgate, London and New York Kazakhstan2001
Verme, PaoloUnemployment, Labour Policies and Health in TransitionUnited Nations University - World Institute for Development Economics Research, Working Paper No.151Kazakhstan1998
Kennedy, Eileen and Haddad, Lawrence Are Preschoolers from Female-Header Households Less Malnourished? A Comparative Analysis of Results from Ghana and KenyaIFPRI MimeoKenya, Ghana1991
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 MimeoKenya, Ghana, Malawi1990
Bhaumik, Sumon K., Ira N. Gang, Myeong-Se Yun Ethnic conflict and economic disparity: Serbians and Albanians in Kosovo Discussion Paper No. 1772, Institute for the Study of Labor, University of Bonn Kosovo2005
Bhaumik, Sumon K., Ira N. Gang, Myeong-Se Yun Rationality as a Barrier to Peace: Micro-evidence from Kosovo Discussion Paper No. 2682, Institute for the Study of Labor, University of Bonn Kosovo2007
Stevenson, AnneThe Impact of Displacement on Health in Kosovo in 2000London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Social Policy, Long Essay for MSc Helaht Policy, Planning and FinancingKosovo

2007

Abrahart, Alan Kyrgyz Republic Employment Policies: Facing EastPrepared for the Ministry of Labor and Social Protections Seminar: A Strategy for Social Policy of the Kyrgyz Republic as a Framework for the "SOSAC" ProjectKyrgyz Republic1997
Ackland, RobertA Preliminary Analysis of Labor Supply in the Kyrgyz RepublicunpublishedKyrgyz Republic 
Ackland, Robert and Falkingham, JaneEconomic Transition and the Profile of Poverty in Kyrgyzstanin "Household Welfare in Central Asia," London: MacMillan PressKyrgyz Republic1996
Anderson, Kathryn, and Pomfret, RichardConsequences of Creating a Market Economy: Evidence from Household Surveys in Central AsiaCheltenham UK: Edward ElgarKyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan 2003
Cox, Donald and Jordan, J.Family Safety Nets and Economic Transition: A Study of Private Transfers in KyrgyzstanJournal of Comparative Economics, forthcomingKyrgyz Republic 
Namazie, Ceema ZahraWelfare and Labour Markets in transition: The case of the Kyrgyz RepublicPh.D. Thesis, London School of Economics and Political ScienceKyrgyz Republic2002
Scott, Kinnon; Abrahart, Alan and Thompson, AlanSocial Safety Nets: The Kyrgyz RepublicmimeoKyrgyz Republic1997
Sahn, David E. and Sarris, Alexander Structural Adjustment and the Welfare of Rural Smallholders: A Comparative Analysis from Sub-Saharan AfricaWorld Bank Economic Review, 5(May):259-89Madagascar, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania1991
Beegle, Kathleen, Carletto, Calogero, and Himelein, KristenReliability of Recall in Agricultural DataJournal of Development Economics, forthcomingMalawi2011
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, pp. 121-146Malawi, Ghana, Tanzania (Kagera), South Africa2012
Dunbar, Geoffrey R., Lewbel, Arthur, and Pendakur, KrishnaChildren's Resources in Collective Households: Identification, Estimation and an Application to Child Poverty in MalawiAmerican Economic Review, forthcomingMalawi2012
Goldberg, JessicaKwacha Gonna Do? Experimental Evidence about Labor Supply in Rural MalawimimeoMalawi2011
Hoeg, JenniferEffects of Parental Morbidity on Child School Participation in MalawiMaster's Thesis, Georgetown Public Policy InstituteMalawi2009
Kennedy, Eileen; Peters, P.; and Haddad, Lawrence The Nutritional Status of Preschoolers and Women in Different Female Headed Household: A Comparative Analysis of Results from Kenya, Malawi, and GhanaIFPRI MimeoMalawi, Ghana, Kenya1990
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):259-89Malawi, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Tanzania1991
Coulombe, Harold; and McKay, Andrew Modeling Determinants of Poverty in MauritaniaWorld Development, 24:6(June 1996), 1015-1031Mauritania1996
Coulombe, Harold; and McKay, AndrewThe Causes of Poverty: A Study Based on the Mauritanian Living Standards Surveychapter 3, Lloyd, T.A. and Morrisey, W.O. (eds.), Poverty, Inequality and Rural Development, MacMillan and St. Martin's Press, 33-66Mauritania1994
Coulombe, Harold; and McKay, AndrewProfil du Pauvreté: Mauritanie, 1989-90CRDE, Université de Montréal, CanadaMauritania1997
Coulombe, Harold; McKay, Andrew; and Abdallahi Ould Houeïbib, CheikhProfil de Pauvreté en Mauritanie: Deuxième Partiereport prepared for the Government of the Islamic Republic of MauritaniaMauritania1993
McKay, Andrew; and Abdallahi Ould Houeïbib, CheikhProfil de Pauvreté en Mauritanie: Partie Descriptivereport prepared for the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, FebruaryMauritania1993
Scott, Chris and Amenuvegbe, BenSample Designs for the Living Standards Surveys in Ghana and Mauritania(English-French)World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 49Mauritania, Ghana1989
Baker, Judy and Grosh, Margaret Measuring the Effects of Geographic Targeting on Poverty ReductionWorld Bank LSMS Working Paper No. 99, and World Development, 22(7): 983-995Mexico, Jamaica, Venezuela 
Marcouiller, Douglas; Ruiz de Castilla, Veronica; and Woodruff, ChristopherFormal Measures of the Informal Sector Wage Gap in Mexico, El Salvador, and PerudraftMexico, El Salvador, Peru1995
Psacharopoulos, George and Patrinos, Harry AnthonyIndigenous People and Poverty in Latin America: An Empirical AnalysisWorld Bank Regional StudyMexico, Bolivia, Guatemala, Peru1994
El Aynaoui, Jean-Philippe Une Investigation de Lien Pauvrete-marché du Travail dans le Contexte du MarocRegion et Développement, No. 3-1996Morocco1998
El Aynaoui, Jean-PhilippeParticipation, choix occupationnel et gains sur un marché du travail segmenté: une analyse appliquée au cas du MarocCentre d'économie du développement, Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IVMorocco1998
El Aynaoui, Jean-PhilippePauvreté et Marché du Travail Urbain Segmente au Maroc: Une Novelle Approcheunpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IVMorocco1998
El Aynaoui, Jean-PhilippePauvreté et stratification du marché du travail au Maroc: éléments d'analyseCentre d'économie du développement, Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IVMorocco1998
Glewwe, PaulHow Does Schooling of Mothers Improve Child Health - Evidence from MoroccoWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 128Morocco1997
Lavy, Victor; Spratt, Jennifer; and Leboucher, NathalieChanging Patterns of Illiteracy in Morocco: Assessment Methods ComparedWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 115Morocco1995
Grawe, Nathan Intergenerational mobility for whom? The experience of high- and low-earning sons in international perspective in Miles Corak, ed. Generational Income Mobility in North America and Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University PressNepal, Ecuador Pakistan, Peru2004
Grawe, NathanIntergenerational Mobility in the US and Abroad: Quantile and Mean Regression Measures Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Chicago, Department of Economics, Division of Social SciencesNepal, Ecuador, Pakistan, Peru2001
Grawe, NathanQuantile Regression Measures of Mobility in the US and Abroad Unpublished. University of Chicago, Department of EconomicsNepal, Ecuador, Pakistan, Peru2001
Man, Li-XingIndoor Biofuel Air Pollution and Respiratory Health: The 1996 Nepal Living Standards SurveyUnpublished. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Nepal2000
Morris, Saul S.Targeting Urban Malnutrition: A multi-city analysis of the spatial distribution of childhood nutritional statusInternational Food Policy Research Institute Nepal, Bangladesh, Panama, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania2000
Aelbers, Erik Credit in Nicaragua: Borrower Characteristics and the Determinants of Loan SizeMS dissertation, Development Economics and Economic Policy Analysis, Southampton University, UKNicaragua2004
Arends-Kuenning, Mary and Duryea, Suzanne The Effect of Parental Presence, Parents' Education and Household Headship on Adolescents' Schooling and Work in Latin America Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Vol 27, Issue 2, pp. 263-286 Nicaragua, Panama, Brazil, Ecuador 2006
Barnes, SeanFormal Measures of the Informal Sector Wage Gap in Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Bruno, Randolph and Stampini, MarcoJoining Longitudinal and Cross-Section Data for Efficiency Gains: An Application to a Consumption Equation in NicaraguaIZA Discussion Paper 3231Nicaragua2007
Cha, Paulette Hurricane Mitch: A Study of Vulnerability in Nicaragua Quantitative Methods 3 Nicaragua2006
Derin, Ali K. An Investigation of the Education Attainment of Nicaraguan Households Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Falaris, EvangelosMisclassification of the dependent variable in binary choice models: evidence from five Latin American countriesApplied Economics, (2011) 43: 1315-1327Nicaragua, Brazil, Guatemala, Panama, Peru 
Fegan, Diane The Implied Rate of Return to Different Levels of Schooling in Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Hauck, Dennis M. The Effect of Spouse's Schooling on Wages in Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Hofer, Pierre-Olivier A Model of Family Labor Supply for Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Izentaeva, Gulbackhar A Study of Unemployment in Nicaragua Based on the Living Standards Measurement Study Survey 1998 Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
King, Melissa Labor Force Participation and Wages of Women in Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Klokis, Scott Unobserved Household Heterogeneity and the Labor Market Impact of Schooling Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Nian, Qinghua Mother's Education and Children's School Enrollment in Nicaragua Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
O'Neill, GeorgeWage Gains Associated with Height as a Form of Human Capital Investment in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Owings, MichaelEthnic Wage Differences in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Pérez García, IriaEthnic Wage in Nicaragua Owins Michael, Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Pérez García, IriaGender ages differences in Nicaragua Wachs Williams, Department of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Pisani, Michael J.Nicraguan Self-Employed Women under Neoliberalism: Characteristics and DeterminantsLatin American Business Review, 7(1), 89-106Nicaragua2007 
Pisani, Michael J.Sectoral Labor Choice in Post-Revolutionary Nicaragua: The Evolution of the Informal Labor Sector in the 1990sPh.D. Dissertation, Graduate School of The University of Texas-Pan AmericanNicaragua2000
Pisani, Michael J.The Negative Impact of Structural Adjustment on Sectoral Earnings in NicaraguaReview of Radical Political Economics, Volume 35, Number 2, Sprint 2003, pp 107-125Nicaragua2003
Pisani, Michael, J. and José A. PagánSectoral Queuing in a Transitional Economy: The Case of Nicaragua in the 1990s Labour, Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Volume 17, Number 4, December 2003, pp571-597Nicaragua2003
Pisani, Michael, J. and José A. PagánSectoral Selection and Informality: A Nicaraguan Case Study Review of Development Economics, 8(4), pp. 541-556, 2004Nicaragua2004
Pisani, Michael, J. and José A. PagánSelf-employment in the era of the New Economic Model in Latin America: a case study from Nicaragua Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Volume 16, Number 4, July 2004, pp 335-350Nicaragua2004
Pollack, MichaelParental Resource Allocation and Child Health: Evidence from NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Pozzoli, Dario and Ranzani, MarcoParticipation and Sector Selection in Nicaragua Journal of International Development (2009)Nicaragua2009
Reh, MichaelEstimating a Male Labor Supply Function for NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Ricciardi, MichaelThe Determinants of Wages for Employees and the Self-Employed in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Sabatier, Pierre-VictorDeterminants of Child Labor: Empirical Evidence for NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Scheib, KurtHousehold Predictors of Children's Educational Progression: A Descriptive Study Using the 1998 Nicaragua Living Standards Measurement Survey Master's Thesis, Economics, Graduate School of Vanderbilt UniversityNicaragua2002
Stampini, Marco and Benjamin Davis Discerning Transient from Chronic Poverty in Nicaragua: Measurement With a Two-Period Panel Data Set European Journal of Development Research, Vol. 18, No. 1, March 2006, pp 105-130 Nicaragua2006
Sunderrajan, RaghavanThe Effects of a Couple's Schooling on FertilityDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Thai, Thuan Q.Migration and Wages in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
Wachs, WilliamGender Wages Differences in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of Delaware Nicaragua2002
World BankNicaragua Poverty Profile: Preliminary Findings of the 1993 Living Standards Measurement SurveyWorld Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Country Department II, Human Resources Operations Division, Consultative Group Meeting for Nicaragua, Paris, June 16Nicaragua1994
Zampino, SimonaA probit analysis of poverty dynamics in NicaraguaAGORA International Journal of Economical Sciences, Vol IV, No. 1Nicaragua2010
Lawal, Adedoyin IsolaMulti-Dimensional Nature of Poverty among Youth in NigeriaDepartment of Business Studies, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University, Kwara StateNigeria2012



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