#Development – Working papers (#RePEc, 11/04/2014)


Source: RePEc – EconPapers

Aid effectiveness: How is the L’Aquila food security initiative doing?
Samuel Benin 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPR…
Keywords: Agricultural development, Rural development, Development aid, food security, Agriculture, L’Aquila…
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

The impact of Bolsa Família on schooling: Girls’ advantage increases and older children gain
Alan de Brauw, Daniel O. Gilligan, John F. Hoddinott and Shalini Roy 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPR…
Keywords: Education, Gender, Poverty, conditional cash transfers (CCT) programs, Bolsa Família,
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

Cognitive Development and Infectious Disease: Gender Difference in Investments and Outcomes
Sonia R Bhalotra and Atheendar S Venkataramani 
University of Essex, Department of Economics
Created/Revised: 2013-12-11Downloads

Aid effectiveness for poverty reduction: lessons from cross-country analyses, with a special focus on vulnerable countries
GUILLAUMONT Patrick and WAGNER Laurent 
JEL-code: F35 O11 O40 C21 I3
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

Fragile African States: What Should Donors Do?
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

Improved dairy cows in Uganda: Pathways to poverty alleviation and improved child nutrition
Nassul S. Kabunga 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPR…
Keywords: Technology adoption, productivity, child nutrition, Poverty, Impact assessment, poverty alleviation,…
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

Can cash transfers promote the local economy? A case study for Cambodia
Sherman Robinson and Stephanie Levy 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPR…
Keywords: Agricultural policies, Agricultural development, Impact assessment, agricultural development strateg…
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

Health information, treatment, and worker productivity: Experimental evidence from malaria testing and treatment among Nigerian sugarcane cutters
Andrew Dillon, Jed Friedman and Pieter M. Serneels 
Centre for the Study of African Economies, Univers…
Keywords: malaria, labor supply, labor productivity, randomized experiment
JEL-code: I12 J22 J24 O12
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

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