#Développement – Working papers #RePEc (09/06/2014)

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Source: RePEc – EconPapers

Sélection de documents de travail sur le développement économique:

Are there more female managers in the retail sector ? evidence from survey data in developing countries
Mohammad Amin and Asif Islam 
The World Bank
Keywords: Housing&Human Habitats,Microfinance,Gender and Law,Gender and Health,Labor Markets

The colonial legacy: Income inequality in former British African colonies
A.B. Atkinson 
World Institute for Development Economic Research …
Keywords: inequality, income distribution, colonial Africa

The economics of malaria in Africa
Jean-Claude Berthelemy and Josselin Thuilliez 
World Institute for Development Economic Research …
Keywords: malaria, poverty, economic epidemiology

Does foreign aid in education foster gender equality in developing countries?
Eugenie W.H. Maiga 
World Institute for Development Economic Research …
Keywords: education, foreign aid, gender

Gendered perspectives on economic growth and development in sub-Saharan Africa
Stephanie Seguino and Maureen Were 
World Institute for Development Economic Research …
Keywords: gender, economic development, growth, sub-Saharan Africa, macroeconomic models, fiscal policy

Women’s empowerment and socio-economic outcomes: impacts of the Andhra Pradesh rural poverty reduction program
G. Prennushi and A. Gupta 
The World Bank
Keywords: Rural Poverty Reduction,Housing&Human Habitats,Primary Education,Social Accountability,Regional Econ…

Does Aid-for-Trade from the North Promote South-South Trade?
Philipp Hühne, Birgit Meyer and Peter Nunnenkamp 
Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Keywords: South-South trade, aid effectiveness, aid-for-trade
JEL-code: F14 F35

Disease and Development: A Reply to Bloom, Canning, and Fink
Daron Acemoglu and Simon Johnson 
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc
JEL-code: I15 N40 O15

What is driving the ‘African Growth Miracle’?
Margaret McMillan and Kenneth Harttgen 
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc
JEL-code: O13 O4 Q16

10 Child labour among Horticultural Households in Bauchi State, Nigeria: A gender perspective
Ifeoluwapo Amao and Roseline Akinlade 
University Library of Munich, Germany
Keywords: Child labour, Horticultural households, Gender perspective, Schooling, Bauchi State, Nigeria.
JEL-code: J13

 

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