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Director's Office: 2009 Publications

   

Journal Articles
Books
Chapters in Book
Outreach
Working Papers 

Journal Articles

Chen, Shaohua, Ren Mu, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Are There Lasting Impacts of Aid to Poor Areas? Evidence from Rural China.” Journal of Public Economics 93(3): 512–28.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Evaluation in the Practice of Development.” World Bank Research Observer 24(1): 29–54.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Should the Randomistas Rule? Economists’ Voice 6(2): 1–5.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Bailing Out the World’s Poorest.” Challenge 52(2): 55–80.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Decentralizing Eligibility for a Federal Antipoverty Program: A Case Study for China.” World Bank Economic Review 23(1): 1–30.

Ravallion, Martin, Shaohua Chen, and Prem Sangraula. 2009. “Dollar a Day Revisited.” World Bank Economic Review 23(2): 163–84.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Are There Lessons for Africa from China’s Success against Poverty?” World Development 37(2): 303–13.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “How Relevant is Targeting to the Success of the Antipoverty Program?” World Bank Research Observer 24(2): 205–31.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Evaluating Three Stylized Interventions.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 1(3): 227–36.  

Book

Yusuf, Shahid, with Angus Deaton, Kemal Derviş,William Easterly, Takatoshi Ito,and Joseph E. Stiglitz. 2009. Development Economics through the decades: A Critical Look at 30 Years of the World Development Report. Washington, DC: World Bank.


 

Chapters in Books 

Chen, Shaohua, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “The Changing Profile of Poverty in the World.” In The Poorest and the Hungry: Assessments, Analyses, and Actions: An IFPRI 2020 Book, ed. Joachim von Braun, Ruth Vargas Hill, and Rajul Pandya-Lorch. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Francois Bourguignon, Branko Milanovic, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Entry on Global Income Inequality. “ In Princeton Encyclopaedia of the World Economy, ed. Kenneth A. Reinert, Ramkishen S. Rajan, Amy Joycelyn Glass, and Lewis S. Davis. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Poverty and Inequality: The Global Context.” In The Oxford Handbook of Economic Inequality, ed. Wiemer Salverda, Brian Nolan and Tim Smeeding. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction: Do Poor Countries Need to Worry and Inequality?” In The Poorest and the Hungry: Assessments, Analyses, and Actions, ed. Joachim von Braun, Ruth Vargas Hill, and Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Comment on Dani Rodrik’s ‘The New Development Economics: We Shall Experiment but How Shall We Learn?’” In What Works in Development, ed. William Easterly Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.


 

Outreach

Development Research Group. 2009. “Lessons from World Bank Research on Past Crises.” World Bank Research Digest 3(2, Winter): 1.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “China and Brazil: Two Radically Different Approaches to Fighting Poverty.” Yale Economic Review 5(1, Winter): 54–60.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Do Poorer Countries Have Less Capacity for Redistribution?” World Bank Research Digest 4(1, Fall): 3.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Bailing Out the World’s Poorest.” World Bank Research Digest 3(2, Winter): 4.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Bailing out the Poorest.” Global Future 1: 20–22.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Pro-poor Stimulus: Lessons from the Developing World.” Pathways (Spring): 15-18.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “The Crisis and the World’s Poorest.” Development Outreach, World Bank Development Institute, December.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Why Don't We See Poverty Convergence?” World Bank Research Digest 3(4, Summer): 4.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. "The Crisis and the World’s Poorest." Development Outreach, Dec.

Ravallion, Martin, and Shaohua Chen. 2009. “The Impact of The Global Financial Crisis On The World’s Poorest.” VOX, Portal of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, 30 April. 


 



Working Papers

Beegle, Kathleen, Kristen Himelein, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Frame-of-Reference Bias in Subjective Welfare Regressions.” Policy Research Working Paper 4904, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Datt, Gaurav, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Has India’s Economic Growth Become More Pro-Poor in the Wake of Economic Reforms?” Policy Research Working Paper 5103, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Montalvo, Jose, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “The Pattern of Growth and Poverty Reduction in China.” Policy Research Working Paper 5069, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “The Developing World’s Bulging (but Vulnerable) “Middle Class.” Policy Research Working Paper 4816, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Ravallion, Martin, and Shaohua Chen. 2009. “Weakly Relative Poverty.” Policy Research Working Paper 4844, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Why Don’t We See Poverty Convergence?” Policy Research Working Paper 4974, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “Do Poorer Countries Have Less Capacity for Redistribution?” Policy Research Working Paper 5046, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Ravallion, Martin. 2009. “A Comparative Perspective on Poverty Reduction in Brazil, China and India.” Policy Research Working Paper 5080, World Bank, Washington, DC.


 






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