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Pro-Poor Growth [...continued]

WPS5284Poverty lines across the worldRavallion, Martin2010/04
WPS5259Cash or condition ? evidence from a cash transfer experimentBaird, Sarah; Mcintosh, Craig; Ozler, Berk2010/03
WPS5245Using mixed methods in monitoring and evaluation : experiences from international developmentBamberger, Michael; Rao, Vijayendra; Woolcock, Michael2010/03
WPS5207A new approach to producing geographic profiles of HIV prevalence : an application to MalawiIvaschenko, Oleksiy; Lanjouw, Peter2010/02
WPS5204Measuring inequality of opportunity with imperfect data : the case of TurkeyFerreira, Francisco H. G.; Gignoux, Jeremie; Aran, Meltem2010/02
WPS5103Has India's economic growth become more pro-poor in the wake of economic reforms ?Datt, Gaurav; Ravallion, Martin2009/10
WPS5069The pattern of growth and poverty reduction in ChinaMontalvo, Jose G.; Ravallion, Martin2009/10
WPS5023How many more infants are likely to die in Africa as a result of the global financial crisis ?Friedman, Jed; Schady, Norbert2009/08
WPS4945Modeling migration dynamics in Albania : a hazard function approachAzzarri, Carlo; Carletto, Calogero2009/05
WPS4900International migration and gender differentials in the home labor market : evidence from AlbaniaMendola, Mariapia; Carletto, Gero2009/04

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