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Berk Ozler

Senior Economist

BERK OZLER is an economist in the Development Research Group, Poverty Cluster. He received his B.Sc. in Mathematics from Bosphorous University in 1991, and his Ph.D in Economics from Cornell University in 2001. He is currently running two large experimental impact evaluation programs in Malawi and Tanzania. He is interested in the efficient design of cash transfer programs.


The author's works below are drawn from the World Bank's institutional archives. You can also download other documents by this author.  You can view his CV here.


World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Inequality of opportunity and economic growth : a cross-country analysis
2 .Designing experiments to measure spillover effects
3 .The heterogeneous effects of HIV testing
4 .The regressive demands of demand-driven development
5 .The impact of economics blogs
6 .Income shocks and adolescent mental health
7 .Cash or condition ? evidence from a cash transfer experiment
8 .Designing cost-effective cash transfer programs to boost schooling among young women in Sub-Saharan Africa
9 .The short-term impacts of a schooling conditional cash transfer program on the sexual behavior of young women
10 .Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 2006 : Equidad y desarrollo
11 .Local inequality and project choice : theory and evidence from Ecuador
12 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
13 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
14 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
15 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
16 .Re-interpreting sub-group inequality decompositions
17 .The World Bank research observer 20 (1)
18 .Poverty alleviation through geographic targeting : how much does disaggregation help?
19 .The World Bank economic review 18 (3)
20 .On the unequal inequality of poor communities
21 .Conditional cash transfers and the equity-efficiency debate
22 .Crime and local inequality in South Africa




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