Working Papers

2017

 

Conciliating Absolute and Relative Poverty: Income Poverty Measurement Beyond Sen's Model

Benoît Decerf

2016

 

 

2015

 

Citizen Service Centers in Brazil - Evidence from the Poupatempo Reform

Anders Fredriksson

2014

NGOs under Autocracy

Joaquín Morales-Belpaire and Elena Serfilippi


Fertility, Household’s size and Poverty in Nepal

François Libois and Vincent Somville


Who had the idea to build up a village organization? Some evidence from Senegal and Burkina Faso

Cecilia Navarra and Elena Vallino


Microcredit as insurance: Evidence from Indian self-help groups

Timothée Demont


Development NGO's: Basic Facts.

Gani Aldashev and Cecilia Navarra


Encouraging Private Ownership Of Public Goods: Theory And Evidence From Belgium.

Gani Aldashev, François Libois, Joaquín Morales Belpaire, Astrid Similon


From Saddles To Harrows: Agricultural Technology Adoption During The Russian Colonization In Kazakhstan.

Elena Shubina, Gani Aldashev, Sabine Henry


Brothers In Arms? Coordination Betwen Nonprofits On Markets For Donations.

Gani Aldashev, Marco Marini and Thierry Verdier


Assignment Procedure Biases In Randomized Policy Experiments.

Gani Aldashev, Georg Kirchsteiger and Alexander Sebald


Watchdogs Of The Invisible Hand: Ngo Monitoring, Corporate Social Responsibility, And Industry Equilibrium.

Gani Aldashev, Michela Limardi and Thierry Verdier


Endogenous Enforcement Institutions.

Gani Aldashev and Giorgio Zanarone


Affirmation Action, Education And Gender: Evidence From India.

Guilhem Cassan

 

2013 

How Do Worker Cooperatives Stabilize Employment? The Role Of Profit Reinvestment Into Locked Assets

Cecilia Navarra


Religion, Politician Identity And Development Outcomes:Evidence From India

Sonia Bhalotra, Guilhem Cassan, Irma Clots-Figueras, Lakshmi Iyer


The Economics Of Development Ngos: A Survey Of Existing Datasets

Cecilia Navarra


The Unintended Consequence Of An Export Ban : Evidence From Benin's Shrimp Sector

Romain Houssa and Marijke Verpoorten


Bureaucracy Intermediaries, Corruption And Red Tape.

Anders Fredriksson


U.S. Security Strategy And The Gains From Bilateral Trade.

Vincenzo Bove, Leandro Elia and Petros G. Sekeris


Understanding And Information Failures: Lessons From A Health Microinsurance Program In India.

Jean-Philippe Platteau and Darwin Ugarte Ontiveros

 

2012 

Firewood Collections And Economic Growth In Rural Nepal 1995-2010: Evidence From A Household Panel.

Jean-Marie Baland, François Libois and Dilip Mookherjee


Identity Based Policies And Identity Manipulation: Evidence From Colonial Punjab

Guilhem Cassan


The Tragedy Of The Commons In A Violent World

Petros G. Sekeris


Decentralized Aid And Democracy

Joaquìn Morales Belpaire


Risk As Impediment To Privatization? The Role Of Collective Fields In Extended Agricultural Households

Matthieu Delpierre, Catherine Guirkinger and Jean-Philippe Platteau


Growth-Friendly Dictatorships

Giacomo De Luca, Anastasia Litina and Petros G. Sekeris


Significant Drivers Of Growth In Africa

Oleg Badunenko, Daniel J. Henderson and Romain Houssa


Mineral Resources And Conflicts In Drc: A Case Of Ecological Fallacy 

Giacomo De Luca, Jean-François Maystadt, Petros G. Sekeris, John Ulimwengu


Robustness For Dummies

Vincenzo Verardi, Marjorie Gassner and Darwin Ugarte 

 

Free Access To Haart And Pregnancy Response Among Hiv Patients. A Case Study From Cameroon

Miron Tequame


Awareness And Aids: A Political Economy Perspective

by Gani Aldashev and Jean-Marie Baland


Supposedly Strong Instruments And Good Leverage Points

by Darwin Ugarte Ontiveros and Vincenzo Verardi


Bureaucracy Intermediaries, Corruption And Red Tape

by Anders Fredriksson


Semiparametric Fixed-Effects Estimator

by François Libois and Vincenzo Verardi

 

2011

Uncertainty About Welfare Effects Of Consumption Fluctuations

by Romain Houssa


Beyond Divide And Rule: Weak Dictators, Natural Resources, And Civil Conflict

by Giacomo De Luca, Petros Sekeris, and Juan Vargas


Elite Capture Through Information Distortion: A Theoretical Essay

by Jean-Philippe Platteau, Vincent Somville and Zaki Wahhaj


Elite Capture Through Information Distortion: Uniformly Distributed Signal

by Jean-Philippe Platteau and Vincent Somville


Double, Double Toil And Trouble: Investigation Expenditures On Protection Against Occult Forces In Benin

by Philippe Lemay-Boucher, Joel Noret and Vincent Somville


Daily Collectors, Public Good Provision And Private Consumption: Theory And Evidence From Urban Benin

by Vincent Somville


Informal Insurance With Endogenous Group Size

by Stéphanie Weynants


Transformation Of The Family Under Rising Land Pressure: A Theoretical Essay

by Catherine Guirkinger and Jean-Philippe Platteau


The Effect Of Land Scarcity On Farm Structure: Empirical Evidence From Mali

by Catherine Guirkinger and Jean-Philippe Platteau


Deadly Anchor: Gender Bias Under Russian Colonization Of Kazakhstan: 1898-1908

by Gani Aldashev and Catherine Guirkinger


One Step At A Time: Does Gradualism Build Coordination?

by Maolian Ye, Sam Asher, Lorenzo Casaburi, and Plamen Nikolov


Economic Determinants Of Third Party Intervention In Civil War

by Vincenzo Bove and Petros G. Sekeris


Forest Degradation In The Himalayas: Determinants And Policy Options

by Jean-Marie Baland, Sanghamitra Das, and Dilip Mookherjee 

 

Socially Disadvantaged Groups And Microfinance In India

by Jean-Marie Baland, Rohini Somanathan, and Lore Vandewalle


The Role Of Accountants In Indian Microfinance Groups: A Trade-Off Between Financial And Non-Financial Benefits

by Lore Vandewalle 

 

Public Good Provision In Indian Rural Areas: The Returns To Collective Action By Microfinance Groups

by Paolo Casini, and Lore Vandewalle

 

2010

“Made In Dignity”: The Redistributive Impact Of Social Labeling

by Jean-Marie Baland and Cedric Duprez


Forest Degradation In The Himalayas: Determinants And Policy Options

by Jean-Marie Baland, Pranab Bardhan, Sanghamitra Das and Dilip Mookherjee


On The Distributive Impact Of Privatizing The Commons: The Case Of Renewable Resources

by Jean-Marie Baland and Kjetil Bjorvatn


Hiv, Risky Behaviour And Ethno-Linguistic Heterogeneity

by Miron Tequame


The Impact Of Microfinance On The Informal Credit Market: An Adverse Selection Model 

by Timothée Demont


Overcoming Constraints To Agricultural Innovation Through The Market: Insights From The Peruvian Andes

by Timothée Demont


Governance And Development

by Jean-Marie Baland, Karl-Ove Moene and James A. Robinson


Endogenous Elites: Power Structure And Patron-Client Relationships

by Petros G. Sekeris


Spatial Propagation Of Macroeconomic Shocks In Europe

by Hans Dewachter, Romain Houssa, and Priscilla Toffano


Identification Of Macroeconomic Factors In Large Panels

by Lasse Bork, Hans Dewachter, and Romain Houssa


The Impact Of Liquidity Constraints And Imperfect Commitment On Migration Decisions Of Offspring Of Rural Households

by Matthieu Delpierre


Does Aid Induce Brain Drain? The Effect Of Foreign Aid On Migration Selection

by Darwin Ugarte, and Vincenzo Verardi


Explaining African Growth Performance: A Production-Frontier Approach

by Oleg Badunenko, Daniel J. Henderson, and Romain Houssa


Self-Containment: Achieving Peace In Anarchic Settings

by Antonis Adam and Petros G. Sekeris 


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