#Développement – Sélection de working papers (10/03/2014)


Source: RePEcEconPapers

« To Have and Have Not”: Migration, Remittances, Poverty and Inequality in Algeria
David Margolis, Luis Miotti, El Mouhoub Mouhoud and Joël Oudinet
DIAL (Développement, Institutions et Mondialisatio…
Keywords: Remittances, Migration, Poverty, Inequality, Algeria, Transferts de fonds, Migration, Pauvreté, Inég…

Do return migrants transfer political norms to their origin country? Evidence from Mali
Marion Mercier and Lisa Chauvet
Paris Dauphine University
Keywords: Return migration; Elections; Mali; Norms transfer

Tariffs, Social Status, and Gender in India
S Anukriti and Todd J. Kumler
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
Keywords: trade liberalization, India, gender, sex ratio, child mortality, fertility

Does land titling matter? The role of land property rights in the war on illicit crops in Colombia
Juan Carlos Muñoz-Mora, Santiago Tobón-Zapata and d’Anjou, Jesse
Households in Conflict Network
Keywords: Land property rights; Coca crops; War on drugs

Does Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program Improve Child Nutrition?
Bethelhem Legesse Debela, Gerald Shively and Stein Terje Holden
Centre for Land Tenure Studies, Norwegian Universi…
Keywords: anthropometrics; Ethiopia; food security; nutrition; safety net

Factors that Matter for Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Peru
Noelia Camara, Ximena Pena and David Tuesta
BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department
Keywords: financial inclusion, economic development, personal finance

Life Satisfaction, Contract Farming and Property Rights: Evidence from Ghana
Susanne Väth and Simone Gobien
Philipps-Universität Marburg, Faculty of Business …
Keywords: contract farming, property rights, quasi-natural experiment, subjective well-being, large-scale land

Can Public Employment Schemes Increase Equilibrium Wages? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India
Erlend Berg, Sambit Bhattacharyya, R Rajasekhar and R Manjula
Department of Economics, University of Bristol, UK
Keywords: public works; workfare; agricultural wages; NREG; India

Demand for Low-Skilled Labor and Parental Investment in Children’s Education: Evidence from Mexico
Kaveh Majlesi
Lund University, Department of Economics
Keywords: Low-skilled labor; Parental investment; Children’s education; Human capital

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