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World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Do returns to education depend on how and who you ask ?
2 .Decomposing response errors in food consumption measurement : implications for survey design from a survey experiment in Tanzania
3 .Direct and indirect effects of Malawi?s public works program on food security
4 .HIV testing, behavior change, and the transition to adulthood in Malawi
5 .The challenge of measuring hunger
6 .Can subjective questions on economic welfare be trusted ? evidence for three developing countries
7 .What does variation in survey design reveal about the nature of measurement errors in household consumption ?
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9 .World development report 2013 : jobs
10 .World development report 2013 : jobs
11 .Overview
12 .Migration and the transition to adulthood in contemporary Malawi
13 .Family planning and fertility : estimating program effects using cross-sectional data
14 .Reliability of recall in agricultural data
15 .Methods of household consumption measurement through surveys : experimental results from Tanzania
16 .Explaining variation in child labor statistics
17 .Do labor statistics depend on how and to whom the questions are asked ? results from a survey experiment in Tanzania
18 .Demographic and socioeconomic patterns of HIV/AIDS prevalence in Africa
19 .The long-run impacts of adult deaths on older household members in Tanzania
20 .Frame-of-reference bias in subjective welfare regressions
21 .Orphanhood and the living arrangements of children in sub-saharan Africa
22 .Migration and economic mobility in Tanzania : evidence from a tracking survey
23 .The consequences of child labor : evidence from longitudinal data in rural Tanzania
24 .The long-run impact of orphanhood
25 .Adult mortality and children's transition into marriage
26 .Adult mortality and consumption growth in the age of HIV/AIDS
27 .Forgone earnings from smoking : evidence for a developing country
28 .The effect of school type on academic achievement : evidence from Indonesia
29 .Why should we care about child labor? The education, labor market, and health consequences of child labor
30 .Child labor, income shocks, and access to credit
31 .Labor effects of adult mortality in Tanzanian households
32 .The World Bank economic review 10(1)




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