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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
MacIsaac, Donna; and Rama, MartinDeterminants of Hourly Earnings in Ecuador: the Role of Labor Market RegulationsJournal of Labor Economics, JulyEcuador1997
Mahapatra, SaswatiUnobserved Household Fixed Effects and Labor Market Returns to Schooling: Brazilian Case StudyDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Maitra, Pushkar; and Gangadharan, LataThe Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage and First Conception in Pakistan Pakistan 
Maitra, Pushkar; and Gangadharan, LataFertility-Mortality Interaction in South AfricaUniversity of Sydney Working Paper #99-15South Africa1999
Maitra, Pushkar; and Gangadharan, LataTesting for Son Preference in South AfricaUniversity of Sydney Working Paper #99-17South Africa1999
Maitra, Pushkar; and Gangadharan, LataTwo Aspects of Fertility Behaviour in South AfricaEconomic Development and Cultural ChangeSouth Africa 
Maitra, Pushkar; and Rammohan, AnuWhy Aren't all the Children in School? Theory and Evidence from South Africa South Africa1999
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanThe Effect of Transfers and Pensions on Household Expenditure Patterns and Poverty in South AfticaUniversity of Sydney Working Paper #99-16South Africa1999
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanThe Effect of Transfers on Household Expenditure Patterns and Poverty in South AfricaJournal of Development Economics, Vol. 71, 1:23-49South Africa2003
Maitra, Pushkar; and Ray, RanjanThe Impact of Resource Inflows on Child Health: Evidence from Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, 1993-98Journal of Development Studies, forthcomingSouth Africa2003
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
Man, Li-XingIndoor Biofuel Air Pollution and Respiratory Health: The 1996 Nepal Living Standards SurveyUnpublished. University of Pennsylvania School of MedicineNepal2000
Manderson-Jones, MignonThe School Feeding ProgrammeWorld Bank, project proposal (RPO-676-87)Jamaica 
Marcouiller, Douglas; Ruiz de Castilla, Veronica; and Woodruff, ChristopherFormal Measures of the Informal Sector Wage Gap in Mexico, El Salvador, and PerudraftMexico, El Salvador, and Peru1995
Mary-Dauphin, GautierPremium to employment in larger establishments: evidence from GuatemalaTopics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala2008 
May, JustinU.S. Cotton Policy and Household Income in Côte d'IvoireUnpublished Working Paper, University of Michigan, Department of EconomicsCôte d'Ivoire2005
McCann, Katherine S.Marriage and ProductivityDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
McKay, Andrew; and Abdallahi Ould Houeïbib, CheikhProfil de Pauvreté en Mauritanie: Partie Descriptivereport prepared for the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, FebruaryMauritania1993
McNeil, Kytson L.Formal and Informal Wages in BrazilDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Md-Smail, RahmatThe Effect of Remittances on Household Borrowing Activities: The Case of PakistanPh.D. Dissertation, University of ArkansasPakistan2001
Meenakshi, J.V. and Ray, RanjanImpact of household size and family composition on poverty in rural IndiaJournal of Policy Making, 24: 539-559India2002
Melvin, JesseReturns to Education in Panama: 2008Department of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Menchini, LeonardoChild Well-Being at a Crossroads: Evolving Challenges in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent StatesInnocenti Social Monitor 2009, UNICEF Innocenti Research CentreAlbania, Bulgaria2009
Menchini, Leonardo and Redmond, GerryChild consumption poverty in South-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent StatesInnocenti Working Paper No. 2006-04, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, ItalyAlbania, Bulgaria, Tajikistan2006
Miribel, FredericThe Productivity Gains from Marriage: Evidence from Peru 1994University of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
Mohamoud, ShamisAn Examination of Gender Bias Within Households based on Child Health OutcomesDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Moncada, Gilberto and Webb, RichardCómo Estamos? Análisis de la Encuesta de Niveles de VidaInstituto Cuanto and UnicefPeru1996
Montgomery, Mark; Kouamé, Aka; and Oliver, RaylynnThe Tradeoff Between Number of Children and Child Schooling: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 112Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana1994
Moock, Peter; Musgrove, Philip; and Stelcner, MortonEducation and Earnings in Peru's Informal Nonfarm Family EnterpriseWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 64Peru1990
Morris, Saul S.Targeting Urban Malnutrition: A multi-city analysis of the spatial distribution of childhood nutritional statusInternational Food Policy Research InstituteBangladesh, Nepal, Panama, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania2000
Moultry, Tom A. and Ian M. TimeausFertility and Living Arrangements in South AfricaJournal of Southern African Studies, Volume 27, Number 2, June 2001South Africa2001
Mroz, T.; Mancini, D; and Popkin, B.Monitoring Economic Conditions in the Russian Federation: The Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey 1992-98Report submitted to the U.S. Agency for International Development. Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina.Russia1999
Mulat, AmarechDimensions and Determinants of Rural Poverty in EthiopiaMaster's Thesis, Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento, ItalyEthiopia2012
Mushani, Leonard AngumbwikeAn Evaluation of the Effectivemess of Access to Microfinance on Small Business Establishments and Crop Production in MalawiMaster's Thesis, University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Humanities and Social ScienceMalawi2013
Mwabu, Germano and Schultz, T. PaulWage Premiums for Education and Location of South African Workers, by Gender and RaceEconomic Development and Cultural Change, Vol 48, No 2, January, pp 307-334South Africa2000
Namazie, Ceema ZahraWelfare and Labour Markets in transition: The case of the Kyrgyz RepublicPh.D. Thesis, London School of Economics and Political ScienceKyrgyz Republic2002
Neff, JackWages Differences in Formal and Informal Sectors in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Newman, JohnLabor Market Activity in Côte d'Ivoire and PeruWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 36Côte d'Ivoire and Peru1988
Newman, John and Gertler, PaulFamily Productivity, Labor Supply, and Welfare in a Low-Income CountryWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 87

Peru

1992
Newman, John; Jorgensen, Steen; and Pradhan, MennoWorkers' Benefits from Bolivia's Emergency Social FundWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 77Bolivia1991
Nian, QinghuaMother's Education and Children's School Enrollment in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Nyarko, AlbertaChild labor: Evidence from GuatemalaTopics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala2008 
Oh, G.T. and Venkataraman, MeeraConstruction of Analytic Variables and Data Sets, Using Data from the Côte d'Ivoire Living Standards Survey 1985-88World Bank, Africa Technical Department, Poverty and Social Policy DivisionCôte d'Ivoire1992
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, RaylynnSchooling and Fertility: An Analysis of Age-Specific Fertility Levels in GhanaMimeo, Department of Economics, Stanford UniversityGhana1992
Oliver, RaylynnThe Tradeoff Between Number of Children and Child Schooling: Evidence from Cote d'Ivoire and GhanaWorld Bank, in LSMS Working Paper No. 112Ghana1995
Oliver, RaylynnFertility and Women's Education in Ghanain Glewwe, Paul (ed.), The Economics of School Quality in Developing CountriesGhana1997
O'Neill, GeorgeWage Gains Associated with Height as a Form of Human Capital Investment in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Oosterwaal, Shinta and Victor van LoenderslootInternal Migration in AzerbaijanDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsAzerbaijan2003
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
Owings, MichaelEthnic Wage Differences in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Ozcakir, FerdaPublic-Private Sector Wage Differential by Gender in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Patrinos, Harry Anthony, and Psacharopoulos, GeorgeThe Cost of Being Indigenous in Bolivia: an Empirical Analysis of Educational Attainments and OutcomesBulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp 293-309Bolivia1993
Patrinos, Harry Anthony, and Psacharopoulos, GeorgeFamily size, schooling and child labor in Peru-an empirical analysisJournal of Population Economics, 10: 387-405Peru1997
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. 3-14Bolivia, Guatemala1996
Patton, JessicaThe Intra-Household Allocation of Resources in the Côte d'Ivoire: Is There Evidence of Gender Bias?Centro Studi Luca d'Agliano, Development Studies Working Papers No. 58, and University of OxfordCôte d'Ivoire1993
Peabody, John W.; Rahman, Omar; Fox, Kristen; and Gertler, PaulPublic and Private Delivery of Primary Health Care Services in JamaicaRANDJamaica1993
Pérez García, IriaEthnic Wage in NicaraguaOwins Michael, Department of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Pérez García, IriaGender ages differences in NicaraguaWachs Williams, Department of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Peterman, AmberContraceptive use and women's well-being: Spillover effects of family planning services in rural TanzaniaDepartment of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillTanzania (Kagera) 2009
Peterman, AmberImportance of Access to Safe Water and Sanitation Services in Health OutcomesTerm project for course at University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSouth Africa2004
Peterman, AmberWidowhood and asset inheritance in sub-Saharan Africa: Empirical evidence from 15 countriesPaper presented at the CPRC/ODI roundtable: Inheritance and the Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty, ODI, London, 11 October 2010Tanzania (Kagera)2010
Peterman, AmberWomen's property rights and genderedpolicies: Implications for women's long-term welfare in rural TanzaniaPresentation to Association for Public Policy and Management annual conference, and Union of African Population Studies ConferenceTanzania (Kagera)2007 
Peters, Jörg and Colin Vance Rural Electrification and Fertility: Evidence from Côte d'IvoireJournal of Development Studies, 47 (5): 753-766.Côte d'Ivoire 2011
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
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 1990sLabour, Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Volume 17, Number 4, December 2003, pp 571-597Nicaragua2003
Pisani, Michael, J. and José A. PagánSectoral Selection and Informality: A Nicaraguan Case StudyReview 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 NicaraguaEntrepreneurship & Regional Development, Volume 16, Number 4, July 2004, pp 335-350Nicaragua2004
Pitt, Mark and Lavy, VictorThe Intrahousehold Allocation of Medical Care in Ghana?Ghana 
Planning Institute of JamaicaThe Impact of Food Prices on the PoorPIOJ, Jamaica Poverty Line Project, Working Paper No. 4, JulyJamaica1990
Pollack, MichaelParental Resource Allocation and Child Health: Evidence from NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Popescu, Catalin CristianMigration as a Decision Based on Income: The Brazilian Case 1996-1997Department of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Pozzoli, Dario and Ranzani, MarcoParticipation and Sector Selection in Nicaragua Journal of International Development (2009)Nicaragua2009
Pradhan, MennoSector Participation Decisions in Labor Supply ModelsWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 113Bolivia1995
Pradhan, MennoLabour Supply in Urban Areas of Bolivia and the Role of the Informal SectorTilburg University, The Netherlands, PhD. dissertationBolivia1994
Pradhan, Menno and van Soest, ArthurFormal and Informal Sector Labour Supply in Urban Areas of BoliviaWorking Paper, presented at 1992 ESEM ConferenceBolivia 
Pritchett, Lant and Filmer, DeonEnvironmental Degradation and the Demand for Children: Searching for the Vicious CircleWorld Bank, draftPakistan1996
Pritchett, Lant and Narayan, DeepaCents and Sociability: Household Income and Social Capital in Rural TanzaniaWorld Bank, PRDPHTanzania 
Psacharopoulos, George and Patrinos, Harry Anthony, eds.Indigenous People and Poverty in Latin AmericaThe World BankBolivia, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru1994
Psacharopoulos, George and Tzannatos, ZafirisWomen's Employment and Pay in Latin AmericaThe World BankBolivia, Jamaica, Peru1992
Ray, RanjanAnalysis of child labour in Peru and Pakistan: A comparative studyJournal of Population Economics (2000) 13:3-19Pakistan, Peru2000
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, Peru2000
Ray, RanjanThe Determinants of Child Labour and Child Schooling in GhanaJournal of African Economies, 11: 561-590Ghana2002
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
Reh, MichaelEstimating a Male Labor Supply Function for NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Ricciardi, MichaelThe Determinants of Wages for Employees and the Self-Employed in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Rodríguez, JoséLa Enseñanza Pública Gratuita como Mecanismo RedistributivoBoletín de Opinión del Consorcio de Investigación Económica, numéro 4, LimaPeru1992
Rodriguez, JoséLa Educación en el PerúPontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Departamento de Economía, Lima, PerúPeru1992
Rodriguez, JoséLos Determinantes Económicos de la Asistencia EscolarResearch Report, Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State UniversityPeru1995
Romane Morris, RuthAn Analysis of the Factors which Impinge on School AttendanceWorld Bank, project proposal (RPO 676-87)Jamaica 
Rose, ZacharyThe Effect of Household Characteristics on Remittances in GuatemalaTopics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of DelawareGuatemala2008 
Rosenhouse, SandraIdentifying the Poor: Is "Headship" a Useful Concept?World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 58Peru1989
Sabatier, Pierre-VictorDeterminants of Child Labor: Empirical Evidence for NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Sahn, DavidMalnutrition in Côte d'Ivoire--Prevalence and DeterminantsWorld Bank, SDA Working Paper No. 4Côte d'Ivoire1990
Sahn, David E.Contribution of Income to Improved Nutrition in Côte d'IvoireJournal of African Economies, 3(April):29-61Côte d'Ivoire1994
Sahn, David E. and Sarris, AlexanderStructural Adjustment and the Welfare of Rural Smallholders: A Comparative Analysis from Sub-Saharan AfricaWorld Bank Economic Review, 5(2):259-89Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Malawi, Madagascar, Tanzania1991
Sanusi, JumokeEffect of Mothers' Education on Non-Market Areas in TanzaniaUniversity of Missouri-Columbia, Department of EconomicsTanzania2001
Sari, Nazmi and John LangenbrunnerConsumer out-of-pocket spending for pharmaceuticals in Kazakhstan: implications for sectoral reformHealth Policy and Planning, 16 (4), 428-434Kazakhstan2001
Sathar, Zeba A. and Lloyd, CynthiaWho Gets Primary Schooling in Pakistan: Inequalities Among and Within Familiesthe Pakistan Development Review, 33(2):103-134Pakistan1994
Savalani, VishalDeterminants of Higher Secondary and Tertiary School Enrollment in PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Savoli, Cristina and Filpa, FrancescoInternal Migration in Bosnia-HerzegovinaDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsBosnia & Herzegovina2003
Schaffner, Julie AndersonPremiums to Employment in Larger Establishments: Evidence from PeruStanford University, Department of Economics, June.Peru1994
Schaffner, Julie AndersonLabor Markets in Developing Countries: Policy-Relevant Research Agendas and Implications for Household Survey DesignsStanford UniversityPeru, Côte d'Ivoire, Pakistan, and Viet Nam1995
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
Schoumaker, BrunoIndicateurs de niveau de vie et relation entre pauvreti et ficonditi, L'exemple de l'Afrique du SudPopulation, Vol. 54, No. 6, pp. 963-992South Africa1999
Schouten, Rik & Frederik HoetinkMigration Report TajikistanDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsTajikistan2003
Schultz, T. PaulHealth and Schooling Investments in AfricaJournal of Economic Perspectives, Vol 13, No. 3, Summer, pp 67-88Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana1999
Schultz, T. Paul (with Tansel, A.)Study of Adult Disabilities and Productivity for LSMS?  
Schultz, T. Paul/Tansel, AysitMeasurement of Returns to Adult Health: Morbidity Effects on Wage Rates in Côte d'Ivoire and GhanaWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 95; also a Yale University Economic Growth Center Discussion Paper No. 663Côte d'Ivoire1993
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 251-286Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana1997
Scott, Chris and Amenuvegbe, BenSample Designs for the Living standards surveys in Ghana and Mauritania(English-French)World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 49Ghana and Mauritania1989
Scott, Chris; de Andre, Paulo; and Chander, RameshTowards More Effective Measurement of Levels of Living, and Review of Work of UNSO Related to Statistics of Levels of LivingWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 4 1980
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
Scott, Kinnon; Abrahart, Alan; and Thompson, AlanSocial Safety Nets: The Kyrgyz RepublicmimeoKyrgyz Republic1997
Scheib, KurtHousehold Predictors of Children's Educational Progression: A Descriptive Study Using the 1998 Nicaragua Living Standards Measurement SurveyMaster's Thesis, Economics, Graduate School of Vanderbilt UniversityNicaragua2002
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
Shibata, MasayoshiPublic-Private Wage Differentials and Gender in BrazilDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Sieben, JeanneSources of Gender Wage Discrimination in BrazilDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Simon, DavidWages by Gender and Sector in Guatemala Topics in Development Economics, Department of Economics, University of Delaware Guatemala 2008 
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, StuartFormal Sector Log Wage Premiums in Peru: A Comparison between 1985 and 1994University of Delaware, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, mimeoPeru1997
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
Stampini, Marco and Benjamin DavisDiscerning Transient from Chronic Poverty in Nicaragua: Measurement With a Two-Period Panel Data SetEuropean Journal of Development Research, Vol. 18, No. 1, March 2006, pp 105-130Nicaragua2006
Staples Fawcett, CarolineEfficiency Wages and Human Capital: An Application to Lima, PerudissertationPeru1991
Stelcner, Morton (with Arriagada, A. and Moock, P.)Peru: Living Standards and Informal Sector Survey: Initial Results, 1986World Bank, Living Standards Unit, Development Research DepartmentPeru1986
Stelcner, Morton (with Moock, Peter)Nonagricultural Family Enterprises in Peru: The Role of the Informal Sector in a Developing EconomyWorld Bank, PHRWHPeru1988
Stelcner, Morton (with Smith, Barry)Modeling Economic Behavior in the Informal Urban Retail Sector of PeruWorld Bank, PRE Working Paper 469Peru1991
Stelcner, Morton (with Van der Gaag, Jacques, J. and Vijverberg, Wim)A Switching Regression Model of Public-Private Sector Wage Differentials in Peru: 1985/86Journal of Human Resources, XXIV (3):545-59Peru1989
Stelcner, Morton; Arriagada, Ana-Maria; and Moock, PeterWage Determinants and School Attainment Among Men in PeruWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 38Peru1988
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
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 FinancingKosovo2007
Stewart, Kitty and Heurta, CarmenReinvesting in children: policies for the very young in South-Eastern Europe and the CISInnocenti Working Paper No. 2006-01,UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, ItalyAlbania, Bulgaria, Tajikistan2006
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
Strauss, JohnThe Effects of Household and Community Characteristics on the Nutrition of Preschool Children: Evidence from Rural Côte d'IvoireWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 40Côte d'Ivoire1988
Strauss, JohnHouseholds, Communities and Preschool Children's Nutrition Outcomes: Evidence from Rural Côte d'IvoireEconomic Development and Cultural Change, 38(January):231-61Côte d'Ivoire1990
Strauss, John and Mehra, KalpanaChild Anthropometry in Cote d'Ivoire: Estimates from Two Surveys 1985 and 1986World Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 51Côte d'Ivoire1990
Stucker, DominicLinking Natural Capital, Rural Livelihoods, and Conflict: Toward Governance for Environmental Security and Peace in Tajikistan Master's ThesisTajikistan2006
Sun, XinyuanFarm and Off-Farm Child Work Decisions by Peruvian Farm HouseholdsPenn State University, Ph.D. dissertation in progress, Agricultural EconomicsPeru 
Sunderrajan, RaghavanThe Effects of a Couple's Schooling on FertilityDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Tabet, Marie-ChristineThe Practical Consequences of the Choice among Alternative Poverty Concepts: A Study Using Indian DataUniversity of SussexIndia (Uttar Pradesh and Bihar)2002
Tan, YueEmployer Size-Wage Effect: Evidence from PanamaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawarePanama2012
Thai, Thuan Q.Migration and Wages in NicaraguaDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareNicaragua2002
Thomas, DuncanGender Differences in Household Resource AllocationsWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 79

Ghana

1990
Thomas, Duncan; Lavy, Victor; and Strauss, JohnPublic Policy and Anthropometric Outcomes in Côte d'IvoireWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 89; also in Yale University Economic Growth Center Discussion Paper 643Côte d'Ivoire1992
Trieu, Ngoc Luan HoPoverty in Viet Nam - Current Situation, Causes and Some Suggested MeasuresVietnamese Professionals Society in AustraliaViet Nam1997
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 
Truong, Marie-Hélène and Passe, Steve DomadjimInternal Migration in Bosnia-HerzegovinaDevelopment Economics course, Free University, Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The NetherlandsBosnia & Herzegovina2003
UNICEFInnocenti Social Monitor 2006: Understanding Child Poverty in South-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent StatesUNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, FlorenceAlbania, Bulgaria, Tajikistan2006
van de Walle, DominiqueInfrastructure and Povertyin Dollar, David; Glewwe, Paul; and Litvack, Jennie (eds.), Household Welfare and Viet Nam's Transition to a Market Economy, forthcoming book, World BankViet Nam 
van de Walle, Dominique and Gunewardena, DileniHow Dirty are 'Quick and Dirty' Methods of Project Appraisal?World Bank, mimeoViet Nam1997
van der Gaag, Jacques (with Dor, Avi and Gertler, Paul)Non-Price Rationing and Medical Care Provider Choice in Rural Côte d'IvoireJournal of Health Economics, 6(December): 291-304Côte d'Ivoire1987
van der Gaag, Jacques (with Vijverberg, Wim and Stelcner, Morton)Wage Differentials and Moonlighting by Civil Servants: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and PeruWorld Bank, Economic Review, 3(1):67-95Côte d'Ivoire and Peru1991
van der Gaag, Jacques (with Vijverberg, Wim)The Private Wage Sector in Côte d'Ivoire: Homogeneity or Heterogeneity?Southern Economic Journal, 58(2):406-21Côte d'Ivoire1991
van der Gaag, Jacques (with Vijverberg, Wim)Wage Determinants in Côte d'Ivoire: Experience, Credentials and Human CapitalEconomic Development and Cultural Change, 37(2):371-81Côte d'Ivoire1989
van der Gaag, Jacques (with Vijverberg, Wim)A Switching Regression Model for Wage Determinants in the Public and Private Sectors of a Developing CountryReview of Economics and Statistics, 70(2):244-52Côte d'Ivoire1988
Van der Gaag, Jacques and Vijverberg, WimWage Determinants in Côte d'IvoireWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 33; also in Economic Development and Cultural Change, 37(January):371-92Côte d'Ivoire1989
Van der Gaag, Jacques; Stelcner, Morton; and Vijverberg, WimPublic - Private Sector Wage Comparisons and Moonlighting in Developing Countries: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire and PeruWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 52; and in Review of Economics and Statistics and World Bank Economic Review, 3(January):67-95Côte d'Ivoire1989
Varapayeva, Viktoryia L.School Enrollment of Children in BrazilDepartment of Economics, University of DelawareBrazil2006
Venkataraman, MeeraReport on the Workshop on the Côte d'Ivoire Living Standards Survey DataWorld Bank, Poverty and Social Policy Division, Africa Technical DepartmentCôte d'Ivoire1991
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 YorkKazakhstan2001
Verme, PaoloUnemployment, Labour Policies and Health in TransitionUnited Nations University - World Institute for Development Economics Research, Working Paper No.151Kazakhstan1998
Vijverberg, Wim and Van der Gaag, JacquesTesting for Labor Market Duality: The Private Wage Sector in Côte d'IvoireWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 66; and in Southern Economic Journal, 58(2):406-22Côte d'Ivoire1991
Vijverberg, Wim P.M.Profits from Self-Employment: A Case Study of Côte d'IvoireWorld Bank, LSMS Working Paper No. 43; and World Dev-elopment, 1991, 19(6):683-96Côte d'Ivoire1988
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