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2020

Barrera, Oscar, Segei Guriev, Emeric Henry, and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya. 2020. “Facts, Alternative Facts, and Fact Checking in Times of Post-Truth Politics.” Journal of Public Economics 182.

Bateman, Ian J., Astrid Dannenberg, Robert Elliott, Michael Finus, Phoebe Koundouri, Katrin Millock, Alistair Munro, et al. 2020. “Editorial: Economics of the Environment in the Shadow of Coronavirus.” Environmental and Resource Economics 76 (4): 519–23.

Bertelli, Olivia. 2020. “Food Security Measures in Sub-Saharan Africa. A Validation of the LSMS-ISA Scale.” Journal of African Economies 19 (1): 90–120.

Boltz, Marie, Karine Marazyan, and Paola Villar. 2020. “Is Informal Redistribution Costly? Evidence from a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Senegal.” World Bank Economic Review 34 (Supplement_1): 72–78.

Bourguignon, François, and Jan Willem Gunning. 2020. “Foreign Aid and Governance. A Survey.” In The Handbook of Economic Development and Institutions, edited by Jean-Marie Baland, François Bourguignon, Jean-Philippe Platteau, and Thierry Verdier. Princeton University Press.

Comola, Margherita, and Amit Dekel. Forthcoming. “Network Externalities in Bilateral Link Formation: What’s the Value of Friends of Friends?”

Comola, Margherita, and Silva Prina. Forthcoming. “Treatment Effect Accounting for Network Changes.” Review of Economics and Statistics.

Crespin-Boucaud, Juliette. 2020. “Interethnic and Interfaith Marriages in Sub-Saharan Africa.” World Development 125 (January): 104668.

De Vreyer, Philippe, and Sylvie Lambert. 2020. “Inequality, Poverty, and the Intra-Household Allocation of Consumption in Senegal.” The World Bank Economic Review.

Defrance, Dimitri, Esther Delesalle, and Flore Gubert. 2020. “Is Migration Drought-Induced in Mali? An Empirical Analysis Using Panel Data on Malian Localities over the 1987-2009 Period.” 2020003. Discussion Papers (IRES – Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales).

Díaz, Juan-José, and Victor Saldarriaga. Forthcoming. “(Un)Conditional Love in the Time of Conditional Cash Transfers: The Effect of the Peruvian JUNTOS Program on Spousal Abuse.”

Glewwe, Paul, Sylvie Lambert, and Qihui Chen. 2020. “Education Production Functions: Updated Evidence from Developing Countries.” In The Economics of Education: A Comprehensive Overview, edited by Steve Bradley and Colin Green, 2nd ed., 183–216. Amsterdam: Elsevier Academic Press.

Hotte, Rozenn, and Karine Marazyan. 2020. “Demand for Insurance and Within-Kin-Group Marriages: Evidence from a West-African Country.” Journal of Development Economics 146 (September): 102489.

Laajaj, Rachid, Karen Macours, Cargele Masso, Moses Thuita, and Bernard Vanlauwe. 2020. “Reconciling Yield Gains in Agronomic Trials with Returns under African Smallholder Conditions.” Scientific Reports 10 (1): 14286.

Laajaj, Rachid, and Karen Macours. 2019. “Measuring Skills in Developing Countries.” Journal of Human Resources, October.

Molina Millán, Teresa, Tania Barham, Karen Macours, John A. Maluccio, and Marco Stampini. 2019. “Long-Term Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfers: Review of the Evidence.” The World Bank Research Observer 34 (1): 119–59.

Molina Millán, Teresa, Karen Macours, John A. Maluccio, and Luis Tejerina. 2020. “Experimental Long-Term Effects of Early-Childhood and School-Age Exposure to a Conditional Cash Transfer Program.” Journal of Development Economics 143 (C).

Rossi, Pauline, and Paula Villar. Forthcoming. “Private Health Investments under Competing Risks: Evidence from Malaria Control in Senegal.” Journal of Health Economics.

Valle, Alejandro del, Alain de Janvry, and Elisabeth Sadoulet. 2020. “Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 12 (4): 1–33.

Wren-Lewis, Liam, Becerra-Valbuena, Luis and Houngbedji, Kenneth. 2020 “Formalizing land rights can reduce forest loss: Experimental evidence from Benin.” Science Advances, 6 (26).

Zhuang, Maiting. 2019. “Political Connections and Higher Education : Evidence from China’s Economic Liberalization.” The Economics of Transition 27 (1): 67–97.

2019

Bobba, Matteo, and Jérémie Gignoux. 2019. “Neighborhood Effects in Integrated Social Policies.” World Bank Economic Review 33 (1): 116–39.

Boltz, Marie, and Isabelle Chort. 2019. “The Risk of Polygamy and Wives’ Saving Behavior.” World Bank Economic Review 33 (1): 209–30.

Boltz, Marie, Karine Marazyan, and Paola Villar. 2019. “Income Hiding and Informal Redistribution: A Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Senegal.” Journal of Development Economics 137 (C): 78–92.

Cassan, Guilhem. 2019. “Affirmative Action, Education and Gender: Evidence from India.” Journal of Development Economics 136: 51–70.

Cattaneo, Cristina, Michel Beine, Christiane J. Fröhlich, Dominic Kniveton, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso, Marina Mastrorillo, Katrin Millock, Etienne Piguet, and Benjamin Schraven. 2019. “Human Migration in the Era of Climate Change.” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 13 (2): 189–206.

Díaz, Juan-José, and Victor Saldarriaga. 2019. “Encouraging Use of Prenatal Care through Conditional Cash Transfers: Evidence from JUNTOS in Peru.” Health Economics 28 (9): 1099–1113.

Duflo, Esther, Pascaline Dupas, Thomas Ginn, Grace Makana Barasa, Moses Baraza, Victor Pouliquen, and Vandana Sharma. 2019. “HIV Prevention among Youth: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Voluntary Counseling and Testing for HIV and Male Condom Distribution in Rural Kenya.” PLoS ONE 14 (7).

Dupraz, Yannick. 2019. “French and British Colonial Legacies in Education: Evidence from the Partition of Cameroon.” The Journal of Economic History 79 (September): 628–68.

Estrada, Ricardo. 2019. “Rules versus Discretion in Public Service: Teacher Hiring in Mexico.” Journal of Labor Economics 37 (2): 545–79.

Laajaj, Rachid, Karen Macours, Daniel Alejandro Pinzon Hernandez, Omar Arias, Samuel D. Gosling, Jeff Potter, Marta Rubio-Codina, and Renos Vakis. 2019. “Challenges to Capture the Big Five Personality Traits in Non-WEIRD Populations.” Science Advances 5 (7).

Lopez-Avila, Diana. 2019. “Child Discipline and Social Programs: Evidence from Colombia.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 11 (1): 15–42.

Macours, Karen. 2019. “Comment on ‘Estimating the Productivity Impacts of Technology Adoption in the Presence of Misclassification.’” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 101 (1): 17–18.

Rossi, Pauline. 2019. “Strategic Choices in Polygamous Households: Theory and Evidence from Senegal.” Review of Economic Studies 86 (3): 1332–70.

Scalettaris, Giulia, and Flore Gubert. 2019. “Return Schemes from European Countries: Assessing the Challenges.” International Migration 57 (4): 91–104.

2018

Alern, Yonas, Mathilde Maurel, and Katrin Millock. 2018. “Migration as an Adaptation Strategy to Weather Variability: An Instrumental Variables Probit Analysis.” In Adaptation to Climate Change in Sub Saharan Africa, edited by P. Berck and S. Di Falco. Environment for Development and RFF Press.

Baland, Jean-Marie, François Libois, and Dilip Mookherjee. 2018. “Forest Degradation and Economic Growth in Nepal, 2003-2010.” Journal Of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 5 (2): 401–39.

Benhassine, Najy, David McKenzie, Victor Pouliquen, and Massimiliano Santini. 2018. “Does Inducing Informal Firms to Formalize Make Sense? Experimental Evidence from Benin.” Journal of Public Economics 157 (C): 1–14.

Bouguen, Adrien, Deon Filmer, Karen Macours, and Sophie Naudeau. 2018. “Preschool and Parental Response in a Second Best World: Evidence from a School Construction Experiment.” Journal of Human Resources 53 (2): 474–512.

Bourguignon, François, and Jean-Philippe Platteau. 2018. “Optimal Management of Transfers: An Odd Paradox.” Journal of Public Economics 162 (C): 143–57.

Bourguignon, François. 2018. “Simple Adjustments of Observed Distributions for Missing Income and Missing People.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 16 (2): 171–88.

Bourguignon, François. 2018. “Spreading the Wealth.” Finance and Development, International Monetary Fund, March 2018.

Bourguignon, François. 2018. “World Changes in Inequality: An Overview of Facts, Causes, Consequences, and Policies.” CESifo Economic Studies 64 (3): 345–70.

Cavalan, Quentin, Maud Hazan, Irène Hu, and Roxane Zighed. 2018. “Prices, Patents and Access to Drugs: Views on Equity and Efficiency in the Global Pharmaceutical Industry.” Revue Francaise Des Affaires Sociales, no. 3 (November): 249–68.

Chort, Isabelle, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2018. “You’ll Be a Migrant, My Son: Accounting for Migrant Selection within the Household.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 66 (2): 217–63.

Cogneau, Denis, Léo Czajka, and Kenneth Houngbedji. 2017. “The Triumphant Elephant’s Return? Growth and Income Inequality in Côte d’Ivoire (1988-2015).” Afrique Contemporaine No 263-264 (3): 221–25.

Eynde, Oliver Vanden, Patrick M. Kuhn, and Alexander Moradi. 2018. “Trickle-Down Ethnic Politics: Drunk and Absent in the Kenya Police Force (1957-1970).” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 10 (3): 388–417.

Eynde, Oliver Vanden. 2018. “Targets of Violence: Evidence from India’s Naxalite Conflict.” Economic Journal 128 (609): 887–916.

Halleck-Vega, Solmaria, Antoine Mandel, and Katrin Millock. 2018. “Accelerating Diffusion of Climate-Friendly Technologies: A Network Perspective.” Ecological Economics 152 (October): 235–45.

Lambert, Sylvie, Dominique van de Walle, and Paola Villar. 2018. “Marital Trajectories and Women’s Wellbeing in Senegal.” In The Economics of Education: A Comprehensive Overview, 2nd ed. Oxford University Press.

Lehne, Jonathan, Jacob N. Shapiro, and Oliver Vanden Eynde. 2018. “Building Connections: Political Corruption and Road Construction in India.” Journal of Development Economics 131 (C): 62–78.

Libois, François, and Vincent Somville. 2018. “Fertility, Household Size and Poverty in Nepal.” World Development 103 (March): 311–22.

Macours, Karen. 2019. “Farmers’ Demand and the Traits and Diffusion of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 11 (1): 483–99.

Silve, Arthur, and Thierry Verdier. 2018. “Fragilité Régionale, Capacité de l’État et Guerre Civile.” Revue Économique 69 (6): 937–60.

Silve, Arthur, and Thierry Verdier. 2018. “A Theory of Regional Conflict Complexes.” Journal of Development Economics 133 (July): 434–47.

2017

Alvaredo, Facundo, Augustin Bergeron, and Guilhem Cassan. 2017. “Income Concentration in British India, 1885–1946.” Journal of Development Economics 127: 459–69.

Bourguignon, François, and Jean-Philippe Platteau. 2017. “Does Aid Availability Affect Effectiveness in Reducing Poverty? A Review Article.” World Development 90 (February): 6–16.

Charvis, Philippe, Flore Gubert, and Frédéric Ménard. 2017. “Vulnerability of Inter-Tropical Littoral Areas. Preface.” Comptes Rendus Géoscience 349 (6–7): 233–34.

Comola, Margherita. 2017. “The Missing Transfers: Estimating Mis-Reporting in Dyadic Data.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (3): 549–82.

Dallman, Ingrid, and Katrin Millock. 2017. “Climate Variability and Inter-State Migration in India.” CESifo Economic Studies 63 (4): 560–94.

Estrada, Ricardo, and Jérémie Gignoux. 2017. “Benefits to Elite Schools and the Expected Returns to Education: Evidence from Mexico City.” European Economic Review 95 (C): 168–94.

Ghatak, Maitreesh, and Oliver Vanden Eynde. 2017. “Economic Determinants of the Maoist Conflict in India.” Economic & Political Weekly 52 (39).

Gubert, Flore. 2017. “Migration, Remittances and Development: Insights from the Migration and Development Conference.” Revue d’économie Du Développement 25 (3): 29–44.

Macours, Karen and Yuvraj Pathak. 2017. “Women’s Political Reservation, Early Childhood Development, and Learning in India.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (4): 741–66.

Silve, Arthur. 2017. “Asset Complementarity, Resource Shocks, and the Political Economy of Property Rights.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 62 (7): 1489–1516.

2016

Bourguignon, François. 2016. “Reflections on the ‘Equity and Development’ World Development Report Ten Years Later.” In Inequality and Growth: Patterns and Policy: Volume I: Concepts and Analysis, edited by Kaushik Basu and Joseph E. Stiglitz, 72–100. International Economic Association Series. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2016. “Do Migrants Adopt New Political Attitudes from Abroad? Evidence Using a Multi-Sited Exit-Poll Survey during the 2013 Malian Elections.” Comparative Migration Studies 4 (1): 19.

Chort, Isabelle, Flore Gubert, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2016. “Des Données Appariées Pour Mieux Comprendre Les Liens Entre Migrants et Familles d’origine (Middas).” Revue Tiers-Monde HS (5): 151–74.

Cogneau, Denis. 2016. “Histoire économique de l’Afrique : renaissance ou trompe-l’œil ?” Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 71e année (4): 879–96.

Cogneau, Denis. 2016. “History, Data and Economics for Africa: Can We Get Them Less Wrong?: Reply to Morten Jerven’s ‘Trapped between Tragedies and Miracles: Misunderstanding African Economic Growth.’” Development Policy Review 34 (6): 895–99.

Eynde, Oliver Vanden. 2016. “Military Service and Human Capital Accumulation: Evidence from Colonial Punjab.” Journal of Human Resources 51 (4): 1003–35.

Ferriere, Nathalie, and Akiko Suwa-Eisenmann. 2015. “Does Food Aid Disrupt Local Food Market? Evidence from Rural Ethiopia.” World Development 76 (C): 114–31.

Gubert, Flore, Sandrine Mesplé-Somps, Vieux Inssa Sané , and Ilka Vari-Lavoisier . 2016. “Paris – Dakar – Boukanao : retour sur une aventure collective transnationale.” ethnographiques.org, no. 23 (September).

Lambert, Sylvie, and Pauline Rossi. 2016. “Sons as Widowhood Insurance: Evidence from Senegal.” Journal of Development Economics 120 (May): 113–27.

2015

Beck, Simon, Philippe De Vreyer, Sylvie Lambert, Karine Marazyan, and Abla Safir. 2015. “Child Fostering in Senegal.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies 46 (1): 57–73.

Behaghel, Luc, Bruno Crépon, Marc Gurgand, and Thomas Le Barbanchon. 2015. “Please Call Again: Correcting Nonresponse Bias in Treatment Effect Models.” Review of Economics and Statistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 97 (5): 1070–80. https://doi.org/0.1162/REST_a_00497.

Benhassine, Najy, Florencia Devoto, Esther Duflo, Pascaline Dupas, and Victor Pouliquen. 2015. “Turning a Shove into a Nudge? A ‘Labeled Cash Transfer’ for Education.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (3): 86–125.

Bourguignon, François, and Jean-Philippe Platteau. 2015. “The Hard Challenge of Aid Coordination.” World Development, Aid Policy and the Macroeconomic Management of Aid, 69 (May): 86–97.

Bourguignon, François, C. Monga, and J.Y. Lin. 2015. “Thoughts on Development: The African Experience.” In The Oxford Handbook of Africa and Economics, 1:247–70.

Bourguignon, François. 2015. “Appraising Income Inequality Databases in Latin America.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 13 (4): 557–78.

Bourguignon, François. 2015. “Revisiting the Debate on Inequality and Economic Development.” Revue d’economie Politique Vol. 125 (5): 633–63.

Burgess, Robin, Remi Jedwab, Edward Miguel, Ameet Morjaria, and Gerard Padró i Miquel. 2015. “The Value of Democracy: Evidence from Road Building in Kenya.” American Economic Review 105 (6): 1817–51.

Cassan, Guilhem. 2015. “Identity-Based Policies and Identity Manipulation: Evidence from Colonial Punjab.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (4): 103–131.

Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, Marion Mercier, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2015. “Migrants’ Home Town Associations and Local Development in Mali.” Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117 (2): 686–722.

Choumert, Johanna, Pascale Combes Motel, and Katrin Millock. 2015. “Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Developing and Transition Countries: Introduction to the Special Issue.” Environment and Development Economics 20 (4): 425–33.

Cogneau, Denis
, and Yannick Dupraz. 2015. “Institutions historiques et développement économique en Afrique. Une revue sélective et critique de travaux récents.” Histoire & mesure XXX (XXX–1): 103–34.

Cogneau, Denis, Sandrine Mesplé-Somps, and Gilles Spielvogel. 2015. “Development at the Border: Policies and National Integration in Côte D’Ivoire and Its Neighbors.” The World Bank Economic Review 29 (1): 41–71.

Cogneau, Denis. 2015. “Frederick Cooper Africa in the World: Capitalism, Empire, Nation-State Cambridge/Londres, Harvard University Press, 2014, XII-130 p.” Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 70 (1): 259–61.

Comola, Margherita, and Mariapia Mendola. 2015. “The Formation of Migrant Networks.” The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117 (2): 592–618.

Estache, Antonio, Tomas Serebrisky, and Liam Wren-Lewis. 2015. “Financing Infrastructure in Developing Countries.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 31 (3–4): 279–304.

Gignoux, Jérémie, and Marta Menéndez. 2016. “Benefit in the Wake of Disaster: Long-Run Effects of Earthquakes on Welfare in Rural Indonesia.” Journal of Development Economics 118 (January): 26–44.

Gignoux, Jérémie, Karen Macours, and Liam Wren-Lewis. 2015. “Impact of Land Administration Programs on Agricultural Productivity and Rural Development: Existing Evidence, Challenges and New Approaches.” Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies – Revue d’Etudes En Agriculture et Environnement 96 (3): 467–98.

Imbert, Clément, and John Papp. 2015. “Labor Market Effects of Social Programs: Evidence from India’s Employment Guarantee.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7 (2): 233–63.

Jedwab, Remi, and Alexander Moradi. 2015. “The Permanent Effects of Transportation Revolutions in Poor Countries: Evidence from Africa.” The Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (2): 268–84.

Margolis, David N., Luis Miotti, El Mouhoub Mouhoud, and Joel Oudinet. 2015. “‘To Have and Have Not’: International Migration, Poverty, and Inequality in Algeria.” The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117 (2): 650–85.

Rossi, Pauline, and Léa Rouanet. 2015. “Gender Preferences in Africa: A Comparative Analysis of Fertility Choices.” World Development 72 (August): 326–45.

Millock, Katrin. 2015. “Migration and Environment.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 7 (1): 35–60.

Schady, Norbert, Jere Behrman, Maria Caridad Araujo, Rodrigo Azuero, Raquel Bernal, David Bravo, Florencia Lopez-Boo, Karen Macours et al. 2015. “Wealth Gradients in Early Childhood Cognitive Development in Five Latin American Countries.” Journal of Human Resources 50 (2): 446–63.

Wren-Lewis, Liam. 2015. “Do Infrastructure Reforms Reduce the Effect of Corruption? Theory and Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean.” World Bank Economic Review 29 (2): 353–84.
2014

2014

Beaumais, Olivier, Anne Briand, Katrin Millock, and Céline Nauges. 2014. “What Are Households Willing to Pay for Better Tap Water Quality? A Cross-Country Valuation Study.” Feem Working Papers 24 (March).

Cogneau, Denis, and Alexander Mordi. 2014. “Borders That Divide: Education and Religion in Ghana and Togo since Colonial Times.” Journal of Economic History 74 (3): 694–728.

Comola, Margherita, and Marcel Fafchamps. 2014. “Testing Unilateral and Bilateral Link Formation.” The Economic Journal 124: 954–75.

Huillery, Elise. 2014. “The Black Man’s Burden: The Cost of Colonization of French West Africa.” The Journal of Economic History 74 (1): 1–38.

Lambert, Sylvie, Martin Ravallion, and Dominique van de Walle. 2014. “Intergenerational Mobility and Interpersonal Inequality in an African Economy.” Journal of Development Economics 110 (C): 327–44.

Macours, Karen, and Renos Vakis. 2014. “Changing Households’ Investment Behaviour through Social Interactions with Local Leaders: Evidence from a Randomised Transfer Programme.” Economic Journal, no. 576: 607–33.

Macours, Karen. 2014. “Adoption and Adaptation in Developing Country Agriculture.” Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies – Revue d’Etudes En Agriculture et Environnement 95 (1): 13–24.

Macours, Karen. 2014. “Ethnic Divisions, Contract Choice, and Search Costs in the Guatemalan Land Rental Market.” Journal of Comparative Economics 42 (1): 1–18.

Margolis, David N. 2014. “By Choice and by Necessity: Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment in the Developing World.” The European Journal of Development Research 26 (4): 419–36.

Margolis, David N. 2014. “Introducing a Statutory Minimum Wage in Middle and Low Income Countries.” IZA World of Labor, May.

Senne, Jean-Noël. 2014. “Death and Schooling Decisions over the Short and Long Run in Rural Madagascar.” Journal of Population Economics 27 (2): 497–528.

Wren-Lewis, Liam. 2014. “Utility Regulation in Africa: How Relevant Is the British Model?” Utilities Policy 31 (C): 203–5.

2013

Barham, Tania, Karen Macours, and John A. Maluccio. 2013. “Boys’ Cognitive Skill Formation and Physical Growth: Long-Term Experimental Evidence on Critical Ages for Early Childhood Interventions.” American Economic Review 103 (3): 467–71.

Bernard, Claire, Lisa Chauvet, Flore Gubert, Marion Mercier, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2014. “La dynamique associative des Maliens de l’extérieur : enseignements tirés de deux dispositifs d’enquête originaux.” Revue européenne des migrations internationales 30 (vol. 30-n°3 et 4): 109–37.

Bossuroy, Thomas, and Denis Cogneau. 2013. “Social Mobility in Five African Countries.” Review of Income and Wealth 59 (S1): S84–110.

Bourguignon, François, and M. Bussolo. 2013. “Income Distribution in Computable General Equilibrium Modeling.” In Handbook of Computable General Equilibrium Modeling, Volume 1B – 1st Edition, edited by P.B. Dixon and D.W. Jorgenson, 1383–1437. North Holland: Elsevier B.V.

Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2013. “Aid, Remittances, Medical Brain Drain and Child Mortality: Evidence Using Inter and Intra-Country Data.” Journal of Development Studies 49 (6): 801–18.

Cogneau, Denis. 2013. “Jean-Pierre Dozon. Les Clefs de la crise ivoirienne.” Afrique contemporaine n° 245 (1): 141–43.

Comola, Margherita, and L. de Mello. 2013. “Salaried Employment and Earnings in Indonesia: New Evidence on the Selection Bias.” Applied Economics 45: 2808–16.

Dedieu, Jean-Philippe, Lisa Chauvet, Flore Gubert,Sandrine Mesple-Somps, and Etienne Smith. 2013. “The ‘Battles’ of Paris and New York. An Analysis of Transnational Electoral Behaviour among Senegalese Migrants in France and the United States [in French & English].” Revue Française de Science Politique 63 (October): 865–92.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., and Jérémie Gignoux. 2014. “The Measurement of Educational Inequality: Achievement and Opportunity.” World Bank Economic Review 28 (2): 210–46.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Anna Fruttero, Phillippe G. Leite, and Leonardo R. Lucchetti. 2013. “Rising Food Prices and Household Welfare: Evidence from Brazil in 2008.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 64 (1): 151–76.

Grimm, Michael, Flore Gubert, Ousman Koriko, Jann Lay, and Christophe J. Nordman. 2013. “Kinship Ties and Entrepreneurship in Western Africa.” Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 26 (2): 125–50.

Imbert, Clément. 2013. “Decomposing the Labor Market Earnings Inequality: The Public and Private Sectors in Vietnam, 1993–2006.” The World Bank Economic Review 27 (1): 55–79.

Kuecken, Maria, and Marie-Anne Valfort. 2013. “When Do Textbooks Matter for Achievement? Evidence from African Primary Schools.” Economics Letters 119 (3): 311–15.

Macours, Karen. 2013. “Volatility, Agricultural Risk, and Household Poverty: Micro-Evidence from Randomized Control Trials.” Agricultural Economics 44 (s1): 79–84.

Millock, Katrin. 2013. “The Clean Development Mechanism.” In Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, edited by Jason Shogren, 15–21. Elsevier.

Vreyer, Philippe de, and Sylvie Lambert. 2013. “Household Risk Management in Senegal.” World Development Report Background Papers. Washington, DC: World Bank.


Wren-Lewis, Liam
. 2013. “Commitment in Utility Regulation: A Model of Reputation and Policy Applications.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 89 (C): 210–31.

2012

Bourguignon, François, and Amedeo Spadaro. 2012. “Tax–Benefit Revealed Social Preferences.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 10 (1): 75–108.

Bourguignon, François, and Thierry Verdier. 2012. “The Simple Analytics of Elite Behaviour under Limited State Capacity.” In The Role of Elites in Economic Development, edited by Alice H. Amsden, Alisa DiCaprio, and James A. Robinson. Oxford University Press.

Bourguignon, François. 2012. “Inégalités et croissance : une histoire des idées.” Afrique contemporaine n° 244 (4): 131–40.

Chort, Isabelle, Flore Gubert, and Jean-Noël Senne. 2012. “Migrant Networks as a Basis for Social Control: Remittance Incentives among Senegalese in France and Italy.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 42 (5): 858–74.

Cogneau, Denis. 2012. “The Political Dimension of Inequality during Economic Development.” Région et Développement 35: 11–36.

Cogneau, Denis, and Rémi Jedwab. 2012. “Commodity Price Shocks and Child Outcomes: The 1990 Cocoa Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 60 (3): 507–34.

Gurgand, Marc, Sylvie Lambert, Hillel Rapoport, and Yves Zenou. 2012. “Migration and Development: Insights from the 3rd AFD-World Bank Migration and Development Conference.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 42 (5): 761–64.

Macours, Karen, Norbert Schady, and Renos Vakis. 2012. “Cash Transfers, Behavioral Changes, and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 4 (2): 247–73.

2011

Ben Salem, Melika, Isabelle Bensidoun, and Selin Pelik. 2011. “Informal Employment in Turkey: An Overview.” Région et Développement 34: 57–84.

Bourguignon, François. 2011. “Non-Anonymous Growth Incidence Curves, Income Mobility and Social Welfare Dominance.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (4): 605–27.

Cogneau, Denis, and Léa Rouanet. 2011. “Living Conditions in Côte D’ivoire and Ghana, 1925–1985: What Do Survey Data on Height Stature Tell Us.” Economic History of Developing Regions 26 (2).

Comola, Margherita, and L. de Mello. 2011. “How Does Decentralized Minimum Wage Setting Affectemployment and Informality? The Case of Indonesia.” Review of Income and Wealth 57: S79–99.

Dumas, Christelle, and Sylvie Lambert. 2011. “Educational Achievement and Socio-Economic Background: Causality and Mechanisms in Senegal.” Journal of African Economies 20 (1): 1–26.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., and Jérémie Gignoux. 2011. “The Measurement of Inequality of Opportunity: Theory and an Application to Latin America.” Review of Income and Wealth 57 (4): 622–57.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Jérémie Gignoux, and Meltem Aran. 2011. “Measuring Inequality of Opportunity with Imperfect Data: The Case of Turkey.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (4): 651–80.

Huillery, Elise. 2011. “The Impact of European Settlement within French West Africa: Did Pre-Colonial Prosperous Areas Fall Behind?” Journal of African Economies 20 (2): 263–311.

Leite, Philippe G. 2011. “Reducing Inequality: The Role of Reforms in Brazil.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs XII (1): 118–24.

Macours, Karen. 2011. “Increasing Inequality and Civil Conflict in Nepal.” Oxford Economic Papers 63 (1): 1–26.

Vranken, Liesbet, Karen Macours, Nivelin Noev, and Johan Swinnen. 2011. “Property Rights Imperfections and Asset Allocation: Co-Ownership in Bulgaria.” Journal of Comparative Economics 39 (2): 159–75.

2010

Bourguignon, François. 2010. “Toward an Evaluation of Evaluation Methods: A Commentary on the Experimental Approach in the Fields of Employment, Work, and Professional Training.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 2 (3): 310–19.

Carpio, Ximena V. Del, and Karen Macours. 2010. “Leveling the Intra-Household Playing Field: Compensation and Specialization in Child Labor Allocation.” In Research in Labor Economics, 31:259–95. Emerald Publishing Ltd.

Chort, Isabelle, and Sylvie Lambert. 2010. “Remises migratoires et redistributivité.” Regards croises sur l’economie n° 8 (2): 128–37.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Phillippe G. Leite, and Martin Ravallion. 2010. “Poverty Reduction without Economic Growth?: Explaining Brazil’s Poverty Dynamics, 1985–2004.” Journal of Development Economics 93 (1): 20–36.

Flore Gubert & Thomas Lassourd & Sandrine Mesplé-Somps, 2010. “Transferts de fonds des migrants, pauvreté et inégalités au Mali. Analyse à partir de trois scénarios contrefactuels.” Revue économique, Presses de Sciences-Po, vol. 61(6), pages 1023-1050.

Glewwe, Paul, and Sylvie Lambert. 2010. “Education Production Functions : Evidence from Developing Countries.” In International Encyclopedia of Education, edited by Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker, and Barry McGaw, 2:412–22. Oxford: Elsevier.

Gubert, Flore, and Christophe J. Nordman. 2010. “Migration Trends in North Africa: Focus on Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.” OECD Journal: General Papers 2009 (4): 75–108.

Lambert, Sylvie, Martin Ravallion, and Dominique van de Walle. 2010. “A Micro-Decomposition Analysis of the Macroeconomic Determinants of Human Development.” Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 72 (2): 119.

Macours, Karen, Alain de Janvry, and Elisabeth Sadoulet. 2010. “Insecurity of Property Rights and Social Matching in the Tenancy Market.” European Economic Review 54 (7): 880–99.

Macours, Karen, and Renos Vakis. 2010. “Seasonal Migration and Early Childhood Development.” World Development 38 (6): 857–69.

Vreyer, Philippe De, Flore Gubert, and Anne-Sophie Robilliard. 2010. “Are There Returns to Migration Experience? An Empirical Analysis Using Data on Return Migrants and Non-Migrants in West Africa.” Annals of Economics and Statistics, no. 97–98: 307–28.

Vreyer, Philippe De, Flore Gubert, and François Roubaud. 2010. “Migration, Self-Selection and Returns to Education in the WAEMU.” Journal of African Economies 19 (1): 52–87.

2009

Bourguignon, François, and Sébastien Dessus. 2009. “Equity and Development: Political Economy Considerations.” In No Growth without Equity?, edited by Santiago Levy and Michael Walton, nc. Palgrave Macmillan.

Bourguignon, François, Martin Browning, and Pierre-André Chiappori. 2009. “Efficient Intra-Household Allocations and Distribution Factors: Implications and Identification.” The Review of Economic Studies 76 (2): 503–28.

Bourguignon, François. 2009. “Crime as a Social Cost of Poverty and Inequality: A Review Focusing on Developing Countries.” Revista Desarrollo y Sociedad.

Chauvet, Lisa, Flore Gubert, and Sandrine Mesplé-Somps. 2009. “Les Transferts Des Migrants Sont-Ils plus Efficaces Que l’aide Pour Améliorer La Santé Des Enfants ? Une Évaluation Économétrique Sur Des Données Inter et Intra-Pays.” Revue d’économie Du Développement 17 (4): 41–80.

Cogneau, Denis, and Jérémie Gignoux. 2009. Earnings Inequality and Educational Mobility in Brazil over Two Decades. Poverty, Inequality and Policy in Latin America, CESifo Seminar Series,. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Press.

Huillery, Elise. 2009. “History Matters: The Long-Term Impact of Colonial Public Investments in French West Africa.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (2): 176–215.

2008


Bourguignon, François
, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Leite, Philippe G. 2008. “Beyond Oaxaca–Blinder: Accounting for Differences in Household Income Distributions.” Journal of Economic Inequality 6: 117–48.

Bourguignon, François, Victoria Levin, and David Rosenblatt. 2009. “International Redistribution of Income.” World Development 37 (1): 1–10.

Cogneau, Denis, and Michael Grimm. 2008. “The Impact of AIDS Mortality on the Distribution of Income in Côte d’Ivoire.” Journal of African Economies 17 (5): 688–728.

De Vreyer, Philippe, Sylvie Lambert, Abla Safir, and Momar Ballé Sylla. 2008. “Pauvreté et Structure Familiale, Pourquoi Une Nouvelle Enquête ?” Statéco, no. 102.

Dumas, Christelle, and Sylvie Lambert. 2008. “Le Travail Des Enfants : Quelles Politiques Pour Quels Résultats ? | CEPREMAP.” Édition Rue d’Ulm, Collection Du Cepremap, no. 11.

Ferreira, Francisco H. G., Phillippe G. Leite, and Julie A. Litchfield. 2008. “The Rise and Fall of Brazilian Inequality: 1981-2004.” In Macroeconomic Dynamics on Inequality, edited by Robert M. Townsend, 12:199–230. Cambridge University Press.

Gubert, Flore, and Anne-Sophie Robilliard. “Risk and Schooling Decisions in Rural Madagascar: A Panel Data-Analysis.” Journal of African Economies 17, no. 2 (2008): 207–38.

Gubert, Flore. 2008. “(In)cohérence des politiques migratoires et de codéveloppement françaises.” Politique africaine N° 109 (1): 42–55.

Leite, Philippe G., Stephan Klasen, and Felicitas Nowak-Lehmann. 2008. “Race Discrimination or Inequality of Opportunities: The Brazilian Case.” In Poverty, Inequality, and Policy in Latin America. The MIT Press.

2007

Bourguignon, François, and F. Halsey Rogers. 2007. “Distributional Effects of Educational Improvements: Are We Using the Wrong Model?” Economics of Education Review, Economics of Education: Major Contributions and Future Directions – The Dijon Papers, 26 (6): 735–46. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econedurev.2007.10.001.

Bourguignon, François, and Mark Sundberg. 2007. “Aid Effectiveness – Opening the Black Box.” American Economic Review 97 (2): 316–21. https://doi.org/10.1257/aer.97.2.316.

Bourguignon, François, F. H. G. Ferreira, B. Milanovic, and Martin Ravallion. 2007. “Global Inequality and Poverty.” In The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy.

Bourguignon, François, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Marta Menéndez. 2007. “Inequality of Opportunity in Brazil.” Review of Income and Wealth 53 (4): 585–618.

Bourguignon, François, Francisco H. G. Ferreira, and Michael Walton. 2007. “Equity, Efficiency and Inequality Traps: A Research Agenda.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 5 (2): 235–56.

Bourguignon, François, Martin Fournier, and Marc Gurgand. 2007. “Selection Bias Corrections Based on the Multinomial Logit Model: Monte Carlo Comparisons.” Journal of Economic Surveys, January.

Cogneau, Denis, and Jean-David Naudet. 2007. “Who Deserves Aid? Equality of Opportunity, International Aid, and Poverty Reduction.” World Development 35 (1): 104–20.

Cogneau, Denis, and Michael Grimm. 2007. “The Measurement of Income Distribution Dynamics When Demographics Are Correlated with Income.” Review of Income and Wealth 53 (2): 246–74.

Suwa-Eisenmann, Akiko, and Thierry Verdier. 2007. “Aid and Trade.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 23 (3): 481–507.