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The World Bank economic review 23 (2), Volume 1
Author:Melo, Jaime de; Ravallion, Martin; Chen, Shaohua; Sangraula, Prem; Claessens, Stijn; Cassimon, Danny; Van Campenhout, Bjorn; de Walque, Damien; Jeuland, Marc; Lucas, Marcelino; Clemens, John; Whittington, Dale; Kandilov, Ivan T.; Fafchamps, Marcel; Owens, Trudy; Javorcik, Beata S.; Spatareanu, Mariana; Country:World;
Date Stored:2011/06/30Document Date:2009/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Regional Economic Development; Achieving Shared Growth; Rural Poverty Reduction; Inequality
Region:The World RegionReport Number:62985
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 23, no. 2 (2009)Volume No:1

Summary: This issue includes the following: dollar a day revisited, by Martin Ravallion, Shaohua Chen, and Prem Sangraula; evidence on changes in aid allocation criteria, by Stijn Claessens, Danny Cassimon, and Bjorn Van Campenhout; does education affect HIV status? Evidence from five African countries, by Damien de Walque; a cost-benefit analysis of cholera vaccination programs in Beira, Mozambique, by Marc Jeuland, Marcelino Lucas, John Clemens, and Dale Whittington; do exporters pay higher wages? Plant-level evidence from an export refund policy in Chile, by Ivan T. Kandilov; the determinants of funding to Ugandan nongovernmental organizations, by Marcel Fafchamps and Trudy Owens; and liquidity constraints and firms' linkages with multinationals, by Beata S. Javorcik and Mariana Spatareanu.

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