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Author(s)TitlePublisherCountriesPub. Date 
Alderman, Harold and Kozel, ValerieFormal and Informal Sector Wage Determination in Urban Low Income Neighborhoods in PakistanWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 65Pakistan1989
Anderson, SiwanThe Economics of Dowry Payments in PakistanDepartment of Economics, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, AustraliaPakistan1999
Arif, ShoaibHousing ParametersNational Engineering Services of Pakistan, Pakistan Council of Architecture & Town PlanningPakistan2000
Arif, ShoaibLiving in Asian Pacific Cities: How Does a City Function?National Engineering Services of Pakistan, Pakistan Council of Architecture & Town PlanningPakistan2000
Arif, ShoaibNatural Man Made Environment Case StudyNational Engineering Services of Pakistan, Pakistan Council of Architecture & Town PlanningPakistan2000
Arif, ShoaibUrban Conservation in Third World CountriesNational Engineering Services of Pakistan, Pakistan Council of Architecture & Town PlanningPakistan2000
Arif, ShoaibUrban Sub-centres: Cast Study North Karachi TownshipNational Engineering Services of Pakistan, Pakistan Council of Architecture & Town PlanningPakistan2000
Christensen, Brian LundUser Fees on Hospital Services in Developing Countries: Distributional Effects, Welfare Consequences, and Revenue Potential in PakistanOdense University, Master's ThesisPakistan1996
Bhalotra, SoniaIs Child Work NecessaryUniversity of Cambridge, DAEPakistan, Ghana2001
Bhalotra, SoniaChild Farm Labour: The Wealth ParadoxUniversity of Cambridge, DAEPakistan, Ghana2001
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 PressPakistan, Nepal, Ecuador, 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 SciencesPakistan, Ecuador, Nepal, Peru2001
Grawe, NathanQuantile Regression Measures of Mobility in the US and AbroadUnpublished.  University of Chicago, Department of EconomicsPakistan, Ecuador, Nepal, Peru2001
Kostermans, KeesAssessing the Quality of Anthropometric Data: Background and Illustrated Guidelines for Survey ManagersWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 101Pakistan1994
Maitra, Pushkar; and Gangadharan, LataThe Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage and First Conception in Pakistan Pakistan 
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanIntra Household Resource Allocation And Their Impact on Expenditure Patterns: Comparative Evidence From South Africa and PakistanDepartment of Economics, Monash University, Clayton Campus, Victoria, Australia; School of Economics, University of Tasmania, Hobart, TasmaniaPakistan, South Africa2000
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, 42-62Pakistan, Peru, Ghana2002
Md-Smail, RahmatThe Effect of Remittances on Household Borrowing Activities: The Case of PakistanPh.D. Dissertation, University of ArkansasPakistan2001
Pritchett, Lant and Filmer, DeonEnvironmental Degradation and the Demand for Children: Searching for the Vicious CircleWorld Bank, Policy Research Working Paper No. 1623Pakistan1996
Ray, RanjanAnalysis of child labour in Peru and Pakistan: A comparative studyJournal of Population Economics, 13:3-19Pakistan, Peru 2000
Ray, RanjanChild Health and its Determinants in Developing Countries: A Cross Country ComparisonSchool of Economics, University of TasmaniaPakistan, Peru, Jamaica, Russia, South Africa1998
Ray, RanjanChild Labor, Child Schooling and Their Interaction with Adult Labor: Empirical Evidence for Peru and PakistanWorld Bank Economic Review, Vol 14, No 2: 347-67Pakistan, Peru, 2000
Ray, RanjanExpenditure Behaviour of Households and Welfare of Children and Widows in Pakistan, South Africa: A Study on Unit Record DataSchool of Economics, University of TasmaniaPakistan, South Africa1997
Ray, RanjanPoverty and Expenditure Pattern of Households in Pakistan and South Africa: A Comparative StudyJournal of International Development 12, 241-256Pakistan, South Africa2000
Sather, Zeba A. and Lloyd, CynthiaWho Gets Primary Schooling in Pakistan: Inequalities Among and Within familiesThe Pakistan Development Review, 33(2): 103-134Pakistan 
Schaffner, Julie AndersonLabor Markets in Developing Countries: Policy-Relevant Research Agendas and Implications for Household Survey DesignsStanford UniversityPakistan, Côte d'Ivoire, Peru, Viet Nam1995
Sorensen, ErikLabour Markets and Farming Households in Rural Pakistan: Theory, Some Evidence and a Proposal for Further ResearchSubmitted for the degree cand.oecon. as part of the "Hoyere Avdeling" programme, Norwegian School of Economics and Business AdministrationPakistan2000
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. 263-286Panama, Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua2006
Arslan, OzlemThe Productivity Gains of Marriage: Effects of Spousal Education on Own Productivity across Market Sectors in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2000
Barnes, DavidDeflating the Education Bubble: Unobserved Household Effects on Rates of Return to SchoolingDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Bockrath, JohnInternal Migration and Wages in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Chen, ZheThe Effect of Poverty on Child Labor and Child SchoolingDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Crozet, EmilieAn Investigation of Educational Attainment of Panamanian Males and FemalesDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2000
Falaris, EvangelosMisclassification of the dependent variable in binary choice models: evidence from five Latin American countriesApplied Economics, (2011) 43: 1315-1327Panama, Brazil, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru2011
Falaris, EvangelosA Quantile Regression Analysis of Wages in PanamaReview of Development Economics, 12(3): 498-514Panama2008
Fan, HayanThe Determinants of Adult Schooling in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Fiedor, StephanieEducational Connections within FamiliesDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2000
Fuwa, NobuhikoThe Poverty and Heterogeneity among Female-Headed Households Revisited: The Case of PanamaWorld DevelopmentPanama1999
Hua, YuEffects of Schooling on  Fertility and Labor Supply: Evidence from PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Janin, FlorentGender  Differences in Labor SupplyDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Jones, Melisa L.An Examination of the Private Rate of Return to Schooling in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2000
Karpov, EkaterinaGender Wage Differences in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Lu, ShengkanParents' Education and Wages in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Lu, ShuoyiThe Productivity Gains of Marriage Across Market Sectors in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Melvin, JesseReturns to Education in Panama: 2008Department of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Morris, Saul S.Targeting Urban Malnutrition: A multi-city analysis of the spatial distribution of childhood nutritional statusInternational Food Policy Research InstitutePanama, Bangladesh, Nepal, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania2000
Neff, JackWages Differences in Formal and Informal Sectors in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Ozcakir,  FerdaPublic-Private Sector Wage  Differential by Gender in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
República de PanamáNuevo Enfoque Estrategico Frente a la Pobreza 1998-2003 Panama1998
Savalani, VishalDeterminants of Higher Secondary and Tertiary School Enrollment in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Tan, YueEmployer Size-Wage Effect: Evidence from PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Villa Arce, AlejandroFormal Measures of Informal-Sector Wage Earnings in PanamaThe Graduate College of Marine Studies, University of DelawarePanama2000
Williams, AbbyDeterminants of Wage Variation between Ethnic Groups in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Zhou, XioahanThe Effect of Health on Wages and Hours of Work in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Gibson, JohnCan Women's Education Aid Economic Development? The Effect on Child Stunting in Papua New GuineaPacific Economic Bulletin 14(2): 71-81Papua New Guinea1999
Gibson, JohnThe Impact of Growth and Distribution on Poverty in Papua New GuineaApplied Economics Letters 7(8): 541-544Papua New Guinea2000
Gibson, JohnIndirect Tax Reform and the Poor in Papua New GuineaPacific Economic Bulletin 13(2): 29-39Papua New Guinea1998
Gibson, JohnLiteracy and Intrahousehold ExternalitiesWord Development 29(1): 155-166Papua New Guinea2001
Gibson, JohnMeasuring chronic poverty without a panel

Journal of Development Economics 65(2): 243-266

Papua New Guinea2001
Gibson, JohnWho's not in school? Economic barriers to universal primary education in Papua New Guinea

Pacific Economic Bulletin 15(2): 46-58

Papua New Guinea2000
Gibson, JohnWhy does the Engel method work? Food demand, economies of size and household survey methods

Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 64 (4):341-359

Papua New Guinea2002
Gibson, John and Kim, BonggeunHow reliable are household expenditures as a proxy for permanent income? Implications for the income-nutrition relationship 

Economics Letters (2012)

Papua New Guinea2012
Gibson, John and Kim, BonggeunTesting the infrequent purchases model using direct measurement of hidden consumption from food stocks

American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94(1): 257-270

Papua New Guinea2012
Gibson, John and Susan OliviaAttacking poverty in Papua New Guinea - but for how long?

Pacific Economic Bulletin 17(2): 33-41

Papua New Guinea2002
Gibson, J. and S. RozellePoverty and access to roads in Papua New Guinea

Economic Development and Cultural Change 52(1): 159-185

Papua New Guinea2003
Gibson,  J. and S. RozelleIs it better to be a boy? A disaggregated outlay equivalent analysis of gender bias in Papua New Guinea

Journal of Development Studies 40(4)

Papua New Guinea2004
Gibson, John and Rozelle, ScottPrices and unit values in poverty measurement and tax reform analysis 

World  Bank Economic Review 19(1): 69-97

Papua New Guinea2005
ACCIONInternationalACCION Poverty Outreach Findings & Analysis: Mibanco, PeruACCION InternationalPeru2003
Alfonso, MarianaIs Private Spending on Education an Equitable Alternative? An Application to PeruWorking Paper, Teachers College, Columbia UniversityPeru2002
Angeles, GustavoEndogenous Schooling, Selective Migration, and the Estimation of the Returns to Education in PeruCarolina Population Center, The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillPeru1997
Arriagada, Ana-MariaThe Effect of Job Training on Peruvian WomenWorld Bank, Policy, Planning, and Research Working Paper, WPS 241Peru1989
Arriagada, Ana-MariaLabor Market Outcomes of Non-Formal Training for Male and Female Workers in PeruEconomics of Education Review, 9(4):331-42Peru1990
Arriagada, Ana-MariaOccupational Training among Peruvian Men: Does it Make a Difference?World Bank, Policy, Planning, and Research Working Paper, WPS 207Peru1989
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 PerspectivePeru, Bolivia, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Jamaica1990
Balsdon, EdPoverty, Discount Rates and Shifting CultivationUniversity of California at Santa BarbaraPeru2000
Bayon, EmmanuelleReturns to Schooling for Men or For Women in PeruUniversity of Delaware, college of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
Breda, ValerieDistribution du Revenu et Inegalites au Perou, 1991-1994Institut d'Etudes Politiques de ParisPeru1997
Briceño, Arturo; Escobal, Javier; Pasco-Font, Alberto; and Rodríguez, JoséEducación y Distribución del Ingreso en el PerúGestion Pública y Distribución del Ingreso, Documento de Trabajo 115, Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Social, BIDPeru1992
Cavanaugh, KarenPeru Poverty Report Peru 
Cox, Donald and Jimenez, EmmanuelMotives for Private Income Transfers over the Life Cycle: An Analytical Framework and Evidence for PeruJournal of Development Economics, forthcomingPeru 
Cox, Donald and Jimenez, EmmanuelSocial Security and Private Transfers in Developing Countries: The Case of PeruWorld Bank Economic Review, 6(1):155-169Peru1992
Cuadros, JulieThe Effects of Education on Fertility and Child Mortality in PeruCarleton College, Comprehensive Exercise PaperPeru1996
della Maggiora, CarloDeterminants of the Links Between Water Supply and Sewage Disposal Services Availability with Its Health Implications in Children: A Case Study of PeruUniversity of Maryland, Departmenf of Agricultural and Resource Economics, AugustPeru1997
Dagsvik, John K. and Aaberge, RolfHousehold Production, Time Allocation, and Welfare in PeruWorld Bank Discussion Paper 503, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 4Peru1991
Dagsvik, John K.and Aaberge, RolfInequality in Distribution of Hours of Work and Consumption in PeruCentral Bureau of Statistics, Norway, Discussion Paper No. 59Peru1991
Escobar, AlexanderThe Demand and Supply for Credit in Rural PeruPenn State University, Agricultural Economics, M.S. ThesisPeru1992
Falaris, EvangelosThe effect of survey attrition in longitudinal surveys: evidence from Peru, Côte d'Ivoire and VietnamJournal of Development Economics, 70 (2003) 133-157Peru, Côte d'Ivoire, Vietnam2003
Falaris, EvangelosMisclassification of the dependent variable in binary choice models: evidence from five Latin American countriesApplied Economics, (2011) 43: 1315-1327Peru, Brazil, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama2011
Falaris, EvangelosSurvey Attrition in the Peruvian Living Standards Measurement SurveysUniversity of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, Working Paper No. 99-09Peru1999
Francke, PedroEl Gasto Público en Educación y la Demanda Educativa: Perú 1990-1992Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Perú, Tesis de MagisterPeru1992
Gertler, Paul and Glewwe, PaulWillingness to pay for education for daughters in contrast to sons: evidence from rural PeruWorld Bank Economic Review, 6(1):171-88Peru1992
Gill, IndermitIs There Sex Discrimination in Peru? Evidence from the 1990 Lima Living Standards SurveyWorld Bank, Female Employment and Pay in Latin America: A Regional Survey by George Psacharopoulos and Zafiris Tzannatos, eds.Peru1992
Gill, IndermitDoes the Structure of Production Affect Demand for Schooling in Peru?World Bank, PRE Working Paper No. 468, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 7Peru1990
Gill, IndermitGender, Occupational Choice and Earnings in Latin American Cities: The Cases of Lima and Santiago Peru, Chile 
Gill, Indermit and Iglesias Feliciano H.Labor Markets in Peru 1985-1990: A Report on the Nature of Unemployment and Returns to Human Capital in Formal and Informal Sector EmploymentWorld Bank, Technical Report, LA1COPeru1991
Gingrich, Chris D.Health Uncertainty and Food Consumption in Low-Income Households in Lima, PeruIowa State University, Economics Department, Doctoral DissertationPeru1995
Glewwe, PaulThe Distribution of Welfare in Peru in 1985-86World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 42, English and SpanishPeru1987
Glewwe, Paul and de Tray, DennisThe Poor in Latin America during Adjustment: A Case Study of PeruEconomic Development and Cultural Change, October 1991 and World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 56 (1989)Peru1991
Glewwe, Paul and Gertler, PaulThe Willingness to Pay for Education in Developing Countries: Evidence from Rural PeruJournal of Public Economics, March 1991 and World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 54 (1989)Peru1991
Glewwe, Paul and Hall, GillettePoverty and Inequality During Unorthodox Adjustment: The Case of Peru, 1985-90
(English and Spanish)
World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 86, English and Spanish; also in Economic Development and Cultural Change, July 1994Peru1994
Glewwe, Paul and Hall, GilletteUnorthodox Adjustment and Poverty in PeruFinance and Development, December, 1992Peru1992
Glewwe, Paul and Hall, GilletteWho is Most Vulnerable to Macroeconomic Shocks? Hypotheses Tests Using Panel Data from PeruJournal of Development Economics, forthcoming, and World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 117Peru1995
Gomez, JorgeEmerging from the "Lost Decade": Peruvian Men's Education and Wages in 1994University of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
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 PressPeru, Pakistan, Nepal, Ecuador2004
Grawe, NathanIntergenerational Mobility in the US and Abroad: Quantile and Mean Regression MeasuresPh.D. Dissertation.  University of Chicago, Department of Economics, Division of Social SciencesPeru, Ecuador, Nepal, Pakistan2001
Grawe, NathanQuantile Regression Measures of Mobility in the US and AbroadUnpublished.  University of Chicago, Department of EconomicsPeru, Ecuador, Nepal, Pakistan2001
Grootaert, Christiaan and Arriagada, Ana-MariaThe Peruvian Living Standards Survey: An Annotated QuestionnaireWorld Bank, Education and Training DepartmentPeru1986
Grootaert, Christiaan, and Kanbur, RaviA New Regional Price Index for Côte d'Ivoire Using Data from the International Comparisons ProjectWorld Bank, Poverty and Social Division; and Journal of African Economies, 3:1(1994).Peru, Côte d'Ivoire1994
Grosh, Margaret E. and Baker, JudyProxy Means Tests for Targeting Social Programs: Simulations and SpeculationWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 118Peru, Bolivia, Jamaica1995
Herz, Barbara and Khandker, Shahidur R., eds.Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in PeruWorld Bank Discussion Paper No. 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, Peru1991
Hill, Andrew TrowbridgeMigration of Male and Female Workers in Peru: A Study using the Living Standards Measurement SurveyUniversity of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1998
Iglesias, Feliciano H.ESW Report on Peruvian Labor MarketsWorld BankPeru 
Ilon, LynnDemand for Primary Schooling in Rural Households: A Case Study of Peru Florida State University, dissertationPeru1990
Ilon, Lynn and Moock, PeterSchool Attributes, Household Characteristics, and Demand for Schooling: A Case Study of Rural PeruInternational Review of Education, 37(4):429-51Peru1991
Instituto CuántoAjuste y Economía Familiar, 1985-1990Instituto CuántoPeru1991
Instituto Cuánto and UNICEFMujeres y Ninos del Peru: Situacion SocialInstituto CuántoPeru1992
Instituto Cuánto and UNICEFPeru: Niveles de Vida - Subidas y CaidasInstituto CuántoPeru1993
Instituto Nacional de EstadisticaEncuesta Nacional de Hogares Sobre Medicion de Niveles de Vida (ENNIV 1985-1990) Peru1988
Jacoby, HananBorrowing Constraints and Progress through School: Evidence from PeruReview of Economics and Statistics, 76(February): 151-160Peru1994
Jacoby, HananBorrowing Constraints and School Attendance: Theory and Evidence froma Low Income CountryR.C.E.R. Working Paper No. 284Peru1991
Jacoby, HananProductivity of Men and Women and the Sexual Division of Labor in Peasant Agriculture of the Peruvian SierraJournal of Development Economics, 37(November): 265-287Peru1992
Jacoby, HananThe Returns to Education in the Agriculture of the Peruvian SierraThe World BankPeru1990
Jacoby, HananShadow Wages and Peasant Labor Supply: An Econometric Application to the Peruvian SierraWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 73, 1990; and Review of Economic Studies, 60 (4):903-921, 1993Peru1993
Jimenez, EmmanuelLa medicion de los niveles de vida por las encuestas de tipo 'LSMS': el contexto internacionalin Moncado, Gilberto and Webb, Richard (eds.), Como Estamos? Analisis de la Encuesta de Niveles de Vida, Lima, Peru: Instituto CuantoPeru1996
Khandker, Shahidur R.Labor Market Participation, Returns to Education and Male-Female Wage Differences in PeruWorld Bank Discussion Paper 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 2Peru1991
King, Elizabeth M.Does Education Pay in the Labor Market? The Labor Force Participation, Occupation, and Earnings of Peruvian WomenWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 67Peruy
King, Elizabeth M. and Bellew, RosemaryThe Effects of Peru's Push to Improve EducationWorld Bank, PPR Working Paper Series 172Peru1989
King, Elizabeth M. and Bellew, RosemaryGains in the Education of Peruvian Women, 1940 to 1980World Bank, PRE Working Paper Series 472Peru1990
King, Elizabeth M. and Bellow, RosemaryGains in the Education of Peruvian Women, 1940 to 1980World Bank Discussion Paper 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 6Peru1991
Lancaster, Geoffrey; Ray, Ranjan; and Valenzuela, RebeccaA Cross Country Study of Equivalence Scales and Expenditure Inequality on Unit Record Household Budget DataUniversity of TasmaniaPeru, South Africa, Tanzania1997
MacIsaac, Donna and Patrinos, Harry AnthonyLabour Market Discrimination Against Indigenous People in PeruThe Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 32, No. 2, December 1995, pp. 218-233Peru1995
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanThe Joint Estimation of Child Participation in Schooling and Employment: Comparative Evidende from Three ContinentsOxford Development Studies, Vol. 30, No. 1, 42-62Peru, Pakistan, Ghana2002
Marcouiller, Douglas; Ruiz de Castilla, Veronica; and Woodruff, ChristopherFormal Measures of the Informal Sector Wage Gap in Mexico, El Salvador, and PerudraftPeru, El Salvador, Mexico1995
Miribel, FredericThe Productivity Gains from Marriage: Evidence from Peru 1994University of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
Moncada, Gilberto and Webb, RichardCómo Estamos? Análisis de la Encuesta de Niveles de VidaInstituto Cuanto and UnicefPeru1996
Morris, Saul S.Targeting Urban Malnutrition: A multi-city analysis of the spatial distribution of childhood nutritional statusInternational Food Policy Research InstitutePeru, Bangladesh, Nepal, Panama, South Africa, Tanzania2000
Moock, Peter; Musgrove, Philip; and Stelcner, MortonEducation and Earnings in Peru Informal Nonfarm Family EnterpriseWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 64Peru1990
Newman, JohnLabor Market Activity in Côte d'Ivoire and PeruWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 36Peru, Côte d'Ivoire1988
Newman, John and Gertler, PaulFamily Productivity, Labor Supply, and Welfare in a Low-Income CountryWorld  Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 87Peru1992
Patrinos, Harry Anthony and Psacharopoulos, GeorgeFamily size, schooling and child labor in Peru - An empirical analysisJournal of Population Economics, 10: 387-405Peru1997
Psacharopoulos, George and Patrinos, Harry AnthonyIndigenous People and Poverty in Latin America: An Empirical AnalysisWorld Bank Regional StudyPeru, Bolivia, Guatemala, Mexico1994
Psacharopoulos, George and Tzannatos, ZafirisWomen's Employment and Pay in Latin AmericaThe World BankPeru, Bolivia, Jamaica1992
Ray, RanjanAnalysis of child labour in Peru and Pakistan: A comparative studyJournal of Population Economics, 13:3-19Peru, Pakistan2000
Ray, RanjanChild Health and its Determinants in Developing Countries: A Cross Country ComparisonSchool of Economics, University of TasmaniaPeru, Pakistan Jamaica, Russia, South Africa1998
Ray, RanjanChild Labor, Child Schooling, and Their Interaciton with Adult Labor: Emplirical Evidence for Peru and PakistanWorld Bank Economic Review, Vol 14, No 2: 347-67Peru, Pakistan,  2000
Rodriguez, JoseLos Determinantes Economicos de la Asistencia EscolarResearch Report, Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State UniversityPeru1995
Rodriguez, JoséLa Educación en el PerúPontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Departamento de Economía, Lima, PerúPeru1992
Rodríguez, JoséLa Enseñanza Pública Gratuita como Mecanismo RedistributivoBoletín de Opinión del Consorcio de Investigación Económica, numéro 4, LimaPeru1992
Rosenhouse, SandraIdentifying the Poor: Is "Headship" a Useful Concept?World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 58Peru1989
Schaffner, Julie AndersonLabor Markets in Developing Countries: Policy-Relevant Research Agendas and Implications for Household Survey DesignsStanford UniversityPeru, Côte d'Ivoire, Pakistan, Viet Nam1995
Schaffner, Julie AndersonPremiums to Employment in Larger Establishments: Evidence from PeruStanford University, Department of Economics, June.Peru1994
Schafgans, MarciaThe Extent and Impact of Women's Contribution in Peru, A Descriptive AnalysisWorld Bank Discussion Paper 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 1Peru1991
Schafgans, MarciaFertility Determinants in Peru, A Quantity-Quality AnalysisWorld Bank Discussion Paper 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 5Peru1991
Seldon, Thomas and Wasylenko, MichaelMeasuring the Distributional Effects of Public Education in Peruin van de Walle, Dominique and Nead, K. (eds.), Public Spending and the Poor: Theory and Evidence, The Johns Hopkins University PressPeru1995
Siregar, Vera N.Peruvian Land Reform: Land Productivity and Reform BeneficiariesPennsylvania State University, Agricultural Economics, M.S. ThesisPeru1995
Smith, Frank J.; Fearn, Robert M.; Holthausen, Duncan M.Secondary Employment and Intersectoral Transfers Under Uncertainty?Peru 
Smith, J. Barry and Stelcner, MortonModeling Economic Behaviour in the Informal Urban RetailWorld Bank Discussion Paper 116, Women's Work, Education, and Family Welfare in Peru, Barbara K. Herz and Shahidur R. Khandker, eds, chapter 3Peru1991
Smith, StuartFormal Sector Log Wage Premiums in Peru: A Comparison between 1985 and 1994University of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
Staples Fawcett, CarolineEfficiency Wages and Human Capital: An Application to Lima, PerudissertationPeru1991
Stelcner, Morton; Arriagada, Ana-Maria; and Moock, PeterPeru: Living Standards and Informal Sector Survey: Initial Results, 1986World Bank, Living Standards Unit, Development Research DepartmentPeru1986
Stelcner, Morton; Arriagada, Ana-Maria; and Moock, PeterWage Determinants and School Attainment Among Men in Peru's Informal Urban Retail SectorWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 38Peru1988
Stelcner, Morton and Moock, PeterNonagricultural Family Enterprises in Peru: The Role of the Informal Sector in a Developing EconomyWorld Bank, PHRWHPeru1988
Stelcner, Morton and Smith, BarryModeling Economic Behavior in PeruWorld Bank, PRE Working Paper 469Peru1991
Stelcner, Morton; Van der Gaag, Jacques; and Vijverberg, WimPublic - Private Sector Wage Differentials in Peru: 1985-86World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 41; and in Journal of Human Resources, 24(3):545-59Peru1988
Stelcner, Morton; Van der Gaag, Jacques, J.; and Vijverberg, WimA Switching Regression Model of Public-Private Sector Wage Differentials in Peru: 1985/86Journal of Human Resources, XXIV (3):545-59Peru1989
Sun, XinyuanFarm and Off-Farm Child Work Decisions by Peruvian Farm HouseholdsPenn State University, Ph.D. dissertation in progress, Agricultural EconomicsPeru 
Trivelli, Carolina and Abler, David G. (forthcoming)El Impacto de la Desregulacion en el Mercado de Tierras en el PeruEl Seminario Permanente de Investigation Agraria, Lima; in Peru: El Problema Agrairio en Debate/SEPIA VIPeru 
van der Gaag, Jacques; Vijverberg, Wim; and Stelcner, MortonWage Differentials and Moonlighting by Civil Servants: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and PeruWorld Bank, Economic Review, 3(1):67-95Peru, Côte d'Ivoire1991
Webb, Richard and Fernández Baca, GracielaPerú en Números 1992Cuánto S.A., Lima, PerúPeru1992
Yamada, Gustavo AdolfoSelf-Employment and Informality in Developing Countries: A Panel Study of Earnings and Mobility in Lima, Peru, 1985-1990Columbia UniversityPeru 



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