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Peter F. Lanjouw


PETER LANJOUW, a Dutch national, is Research Manager of the Poverty Group in the Development Economics Research Group of the World Bank. He is also an Honorary Fellow of the Amsterdam Institute of International Development, Netherlands. He completed his Ph.D. in economics from the London School of Economics in 1992. From August 2003 until August 2005, he was a visiting scholar at the Agriculture and Resource Economics department at UC Berkeley, and he held the appointment of Professor of Economics at the VU University of Amsterdam between September 1998 and May 2000. He has taught in the Masters in Development Economics program at the University of Namur, Belgium and has also taught at the Foundation for the Advanced Study of International Development in Tokyo, Japan. His research focusses on various aspects of poverty and inequality measurement as well as on rural development issues.

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World Bank Research Dataset

Deposit Insurance around the World: A Comprehensive Database
Policies and Institutions that Promote Saving: module 1 (National saving)

World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Toward a new definition of shared prosperity: a dynamic perspective from three countries
2 .Poverty dynamics in India between 2004 and 2012 : insights from longitudinal analysis using synthetic panel data
3 .Who remained in poverty, who moved up, and who fell down ? an investigation of poverty dynamics in Senegal in the late 2000s
4 .A measured approach to ending poverty and boosting shared prosperity : concepts, data, and the twin goals
5 .Updating poverty estimates at frequent intervals in the absence of consumption data : methods and illustration with reference to a middle-income country
6 .Welfare dynamics measurement : two definitions of a vulnerability line and their empirical application
7 .Measuring poverty dynamics with synthetic panels based on cross-sections
8 .Non-farm diversification, poverty, economic mobility and income inequality : a case study in village India
9 .Vietnam's evolving poverty map : patterns and implications for policy
10 .Intra-generational mobility and repeated cross-sections : a three-country validation exercise
11 .Small area estimation-based prediction methods to track poverty : validation and applications
12 .Main report
13 .Overview
14 .Using repeated cross-sections to explore movements in and out of poverty
15 .Is there a metropolitan bias ? the inverse relationship between poverty and city size in selected developing countries
16 .Revisiting between-group inequality measurement : an application to the dynamics of caste inequality in two Indian villages
17 .A new approach to producing geographic profiles of HIV prevalence : an application to Malawi
18 .Poverty decline, agricultural wages, and non-farm employment in rural India : 1983-2004
19 .Simulating the impact of geographic targeting on poverty alleviation in Morocco : what are the gains from disaggregation ?
20 .Brazil within Brazil : testing the poverty map methodology in Minas Gerais
21 .How good a map ? Putting small area estimation to the test
22 .Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 2006 : Equidad y desarrollo
23 .Local inequality and project choice : theory and evidence from Ecuador
24 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
25 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
26 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
27 .World development report 2006 : equity and development
28 .Re-interpreting sub-group inequality decompositions
29 .Rapport sur le developpement dans le 2006 : equite et developpement
30 .Poverty alleviation through geographic targeting : how much does disaggregation help?
31 .The World Bank economic review 18 (3)
32 .Imputed welfare estimates in regression analysis
33 .On the unequal inequality of poor communities
34 .Poverty in India during the 1990s - a regional perspective
35 .Micro-level estimation of welfare
36 .Poverty, education, and health in Indonesia : who benefits from public spending?
37 .The World Bank economic review 14 (1)
38 .The World Bank economic review 13 (2)
39 .The World Bank research observer 14 (1)
40 .Household welfare measurement and the pricing of basic services
41 .Poverty and the economic transition : how do changes in economies of scale affect poverty rates for different households?
42 .Benefit incidence and the timing of program capture
43 .Combining census and survey data to study spatial dimensions of poverty
44 .Ecuador's rural nonfarm sector as a route out of poverty
45 .The evolution of poverty and inequality in Indian villages
46 .Poverty comparisons with non-compatible data: theory and illustrations
47 .Rural nonfarm employment : a survey
48 .Relatorio sobre o desenvolvimento mundial 1994 : infra-estrutura para o desenvolvimento
49 .World development report 1994 : infrastructure for development
50 .Poverty and household size
51 .Rapport sur le developpement dans le monde 1994 : une infrastructure pour le developpement
52 .Weltentwicklungsbericht 1994 : infrastruktur und entwicklung
53 .World development report 1994 : infrastructure for development
54 .World development report 1994 : infrastructure for development
55 .Informe sobre el desarrolo mundial 1994 : infraestructura y desarrollo
56 .World development report 1994 : infrastructure for development
57 .The World Bank economic review 5(1)

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