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1 .The nature of trade and growth linkages
2 .Tracing back the weather origins of human welfare: evidence from Mozambique
3 .Buses, houses or cash ? socio-economic, spatial and environmental consequences of reforming public transport subsidies in Buenos Aires
4 .Assessing forecast uncertainty: an information Bayesian approach
5 .The poverty implications of alternative tax reforms: results from a numerical application to Pakistan
6 .Peer effects in the demand for property rights : experimental evidence from urban Tanzania
7 .Looking into the performance-based financing black box: evidence from an impact evaluation in the health sector in Cameroon
8 .Does financial education impact financial literacy and financial behavior, and if so, when ?
9 .Online exports and the wage gap
10 .Understanding the interactions between emissions trading systems and renewable energy standards using a multi-regional CGE model of China
11 .Reducing traffic congestion in Beirut : an empirical analysis of selected policy options
12 .A cross-country database of fiscal space
13 .Through the looking glass: can classroom observation and coaching improve teacher performance in Brazil ?
14 .Can business input improve the effectiveness of worker training? evidence from Brazil's Pronatec-MDIC
15 .Surveys, big data, and experiments : how can we best learn about LGBTI development outcomes ?
16 .Natural resources, institutions, and economic growth : the case of Nigeria
17 .Rental regulation and its consequences on measures of well-being in the Arab Republic of Egypt
18 .A proximity-based approach to labor mobility in CGE models with an application to Sub-Saharan Africa
19 .Poverty-specific purchasing power parities in Africa
20 .Regulating water and sanitation network services accounting for institutional and informational constraints
21 .Measuring women's agency
22 .Measuring time use in development settings
23 .Measuring ownership, control, and use of assets
24 .Productivity in the non-oil sector in Nigeria : firm-level evidence
25 .Arm's-length trade : a source of post-crisis trade weakness
26 .Pension funds and the impact of switching regulation on long-term investment
27 .Predicting school dropout with administrative data: new evidence from Guatemala and Honduras
28 .Can job training decrease women?s self-defeating biases ? experimental evidence from Nigeria
29 .Evidence for a presource curse ? oil discoveries, elevated expectations, and growth disappointments
30 .Distributional impact analysis: toolkit and illustrations of impacts beyond the average treatment effect
31 .Mission impossible? exploring the promise of multiple imputation for predicting missing GPS-based land area measures in household surveys
32 .Taxation without representation ? experimental evidence from Ghana and Uganda on citizen action toward taxes, oil, and aid
33 .Pension funds, capital markets, and the power of diversification
34 .Land productivity and plot size : is measurement error driving the inverse relationship ?
35 .Global inequality in a more educated world
36 .Assessing the global economic and poverty effects of antimicrobial resistance
37 .Trains, trade and transaction costs : how does domestic trade by rail affect market prices of Malawi agricultural commodities ?
38 .Whose power gets cut ? using high-frequency satellite images to measure power supply irregularity
39 .The impact of electricity shortages on firm productivity : evidence from Pakistan
40 .The nexus of energy supply and human health
41 .Exchange rate and inflation dynamics in Zambia
42 .Farm size and productivity : a "direct-inverse-direct" relationship
43 .Services trade and global value chains
44 .Willing but unable ? short-term experimental evidence on parent empowerment and school quality
45 .Understanding the impact of windstorms on economic activity from night lights in Central America
46 .Approximating income distribution dynamics using aggregate data
47 .Tax administration practices and firms? perceptions of corruption : evidence from Europe and Central Asia
48 ."Create" or "buy" : internal vs. external sources of innovation and firm productivity
49 .Unheard voices : the challenge of inducing women's civic speech
50 .Deliberative inequality : a text-as-data study of Tamil Nadu's village assemblies
51 .The effect of local governance on firm productivity and resource allocation : evidence from Vietnam
52 .On the predictability of growth
53 .Education and health services in Uganda : quality of inputs, user satisfaction, and community welfare levels
54 .The effects of health insurance within families: experimental evidence from Nicaragua
55 .The heterogeneous growth effects of the business environment : firm-level evidence for a global sample of cities
56 .Biased policy professionals
57 .Well begun, but aiming higher: a review of Vietnam's education trends in the past 20 years and emerging challenges
58 .Does the adoption of complex software impact employment composition and the skill content of occupations ? evidence from Chilean firms
59 .Beyond income poverty : nonmonetary dimensions of poverty in Uganda
60 .Are caste categories misleading ? the relationship between gender and Jati in three Indian states
61 .Cyclicality of fiscal policy in Sub-Saharan Africa : magnitude and evolution
62 .Fast, easy, and cheap job matching : social networks in Bangladesh
63 .Estimating the welfare costs of reforming the Iraq public distribution system : a mixed demand approach
64 .Employment multipliers over the business cycle
65 .But ? what is the poverty rate today? testing poverty nowcasting methods in Latin America and the Caribbean
66 .Scaling up distributed solar in emerging markets : the case of the Arab Republic of Egypt
67 .Heterogeneous effects of rural electrification: evidence from Bangladesh
68 .Bureaucratic blockages : water, civil servants, and community in Tanzania
69 .Should emerging markets worry about U.S. monetary policy announcements ?
70 .Multidimensional poverty in the Philippines, 2004-13 : do choices for weighting, identification and aggregation matter ?
71 .Do individual investors ignore transaction costs ?
72 .Prices, Engel curves, and time-space deflation : impacts on poverty and inequality in Vietnam
73 .Rural non-farm employment and household welfare : evidence from Malawi
74 .Soft skills for hard constraints : evidence from high-achieving female farmers
75 .Cities, slums, and early child growth : empirical evidence from Bangladesh
76 .How important are spillovers from major emerging markets ?
77 .Job fairs : matching firms and workers in a field experiment in Ethiopia
78 .Financial globalization and market volatility : an empirical appraisal
79 .On-the-job training : returns, barriers to provision, and policy implications
80 .Spatial autocorrelation panel regression : agricultural production and transport connectivity
81 .Port rail connectivity and agricultural production : evidence from a large sample of farmers in Ethiopia
82 .Beyond dualism : agricultural productivity, small towns, and structural change in Bangladesh
83 .Full-time teachers, students, and curriculum : the single-shift model in Rio de Janeiro
84 .The labor market effects of financial crises : the role of temporary contracts in central and western Europe
85 .Colombo : exposure, vulnerability, and ability to respond to floods
86 .Information technology and provision of national identification cards by the Bolivian police : evidence from two randomized natural field experiments
87 .Credit composition, output composition, and external balances
88 .A review of the anthropological literature on the civil service
89 .How do women fare in rural non-farm economy ?
90 .In the mind, the household, or the market ? concepts and measurement of women's economic empowerment
91 .Deterring kickbacks and encouraging entry in public procurement markets : evidence from firm surveys in 88 developing countries
92 .Does energy efficiency promote economic growth? : evidence from a multi-country and multi-sector panel data set
93 .Energy prices and international trade : incorporating input-output linkages
94 .Predicting conflict
95 .Is consanguinity an impediment to improving human development outcomes ?
96 .Societal poverty : a relative and relevant measure
97 .Perceptions of distributive justice in Latin America during a period of falling inequality
98 .Do different types of assets have differential effects on child education ? evidence from Tanzania
99 .Fuel efficiency versus fuel substitution in the transport sector : an econometric analysis
100 .Where to create jobs to reduce poverty : cities or towns ?


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