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Volume 19, issue 3, 2005

Tracking pp. 335-344
Daniel Lederman and Luis Servén
Spatial Dimensions of Trade Liberalization and Economic Convergence: Mexico 1985--2002 pp. 345-378
Patricio Aroca, Mariano Bosch and William Maloney
Market Access and Welfare under Free Trade Agreements: Textiles under pp. 379-405
Olivier Cadot, Celine Carrere, Jaime de Melo and Alberto Portugal-Perez
The Effects of pp. 407-424
Bruce Blonigen
Has pp. 425-448
Raymond Robertson
Migration, Trade, and Foreign Direct Investment in Mexico pp. 449-472
Patricio Aroca and William Maloney
Foreign Direct Investment in Mexico since the Approval of pp. 473-488
Alfredo Cuevas, Miguel Messmacher and Alejandro Werner

Volume 19, issue 2, 2005

The Varieties of Resource Experience: Natural Resource Export Structures and the Political Economy of Economic Growth pp. 141-174
Jonathan Isham, Michael Woolcock, Lant Pritchett and Gwen Busby
Attaching Workers through In-Kind Payments: Theory and Evidence from Russia pp. 175-202
Guido Friebel and Sergei Guriev
Child Health and Economic Crisis in Peru pp. 203-223
Christina Paxson and Norbert Schady
Entrepreneurship Selection and Performance: A Meta-Analysis of the Impact of Education in Developing Economies pp. 225-261
Justin van der Sluis, Mirjam Praag and Wim Vijverberg
Microfinance and Poverty: Evidence Using Panel Data from Bangladesh pp. 263-286
Shahidur Khandker
Participation in pp. 287-310
Chad Bown
Has Rural Infrastructure Rehabilitation in Georgia Helped the Poor? pp. 311-333
Michael Lokshin and Ruslan Yemtsov

Volume 19, issue 1, 2005

Top Indian Incomes, 1922-2000 pp. 1-20
Abhijit Banerjee and Thomas Piketty
Can We Discern the Effect of Globalization on Income Distribution? Evidence from Household Surveys pp. 21-44
Branko Milanovic
Financing Pharmaceutical Innovation: How Much Should Poor Countries Contribute? pp. 45-67
William Jack and Jean Lanjouw
Prices and Unit Values in Poverty Measurement and Tax Reform Analysis pp. 69-97
John Gibson and Scott Rozelle
Has Distance Died? Evidence from a Panel Gravity Model pp. 99-120
Jean Brun, Celine Carrere, Patrick Guillaumont and Jaime de Melo
Measuring and Explaining the Impact of Productive Efficiency on Economic Development pp. 121-140
Ruwan Jayasuriya and Quentin Wodon

Volume 18, issue 3, 2004

Trade Policy and Poverty Reduction in Brazil pp. 289-317
Glenn Harrison, Thomas Rutherford, David Tarr and Angelo Gurgel
Trade Liberalization and Industry Wage Structure: Evidence from Brazil pp. 319-344
Nina Pavcnik, Andreas Blom, Pinelopi Goldberg and Norbert Schady
Lobbying, Counterlobbying, and the Structure of Tariff Protection in Poor and Rich Countries pp. 345-366
Olivier Cadot, Jaime de Melo and Marcelo Olarreaga
Social Protection in a Crisis: Argentina's Plan Jefes y Jefas pp. 367-399
Emanuela Galasso and Martin Ravallion
On the Unequal Inequality of Poor Communities pp. 401-421
Chris Elbers, Peter Lanjouw, Johan Mistiaen, Berk Özler and Kenneth Simler
Ghost Doctors: Absenteeism in Rural Bangladeshi Health Facilities pp. 423-441
Nazmul Chaudhury and Jeffrey Hammer
Small-Scale Industry, Environmental Regulation, and Poverty: The Case of Brazil pp. 443-464
Rajshri Jayaraman and Peter Lanjouw

Volume 18, issue 2, 2004

Do Macroeconomic Crises Always Slow Human Capital Accumulation? pp. 131-154
Norbert Schady
The Distribution of Income Shocks during Crises: An Application of Quantile Analysis to Mexico, 1992--95 pp. 155-174
William Maloney, Wendy Cunningham and Mariano Bosch
Agricultural Tariffs or Subsidies: Which Are More Important for Developing Economies? pp. 175-204
Bernard Hoekman, Francis Ng and Marcelo Olarreaga
The Earnings Effects of Multilateral Trade Liberalization: Implications for Poverty pp. 205-236
Thomas Hertel, Maros Ivanic, Paul V. Preckel and John Cranfield
Asymmetries in the Union Wage Premium in Ghana pp. 237-252
Niels-Hugo Blunch and Dorte Verner
Governance Matters III: Governance Indicators for 1996, 1998, 2000, and 2002 pp. 253-287
Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay and Massimo Mastruzzi

Volume 18, issue 1, 2004

China's Accession to the World Trade Organization, Policy Reform, and Poverty Reduction: An Introduction pp. 1-2
Deepak Bhattasali, Li Shantong and Will Martin
Impacts of China's Accession to the World Trade Organization pp. 3-27
Elena Ianchovichina and Will Martin
Welfare Impacts of China's Accession to the World Trade Organization pp. 29-57
Shaohua Chen and Martin Ravallion
Tracking Distortions in Agriculture: China and Its Accession to the World Trade Organization pp. 59-84
Jikun Huang, Scott Rozelle and Min Chang
Regulated Efficiency, World Trade Organization Accession, and the Motor Vehicle Sector in China pp. 85-104
Joseph Francois and Dean Spinanger
China in the World Trade Organization: Antidumping and Safeguards pp. 105-130
Patrick Messerlin

Volume 17, issue 3, 2003

Macro and Micro Perspectives of Growth and Poverty in Africa pp. 317-347
Luc Christiaensen, Lionel Demery and Stefano Paternostro
Risk Sharing in Labor Markets pp. 349-366
Arne Bigsten, Paul Collier, Stefan Dercon, Marcel Fafchamps, Bernard Gauthier, Jan Willem Gunning, Abena Oduro, Remco Oostendorp, Cathy Pattillo, Mans S–derbom, Francis Teal and Albert Zeufack
Trade Facilitation and Economic Development: A New Approach to Quantifying the Impact pp. 367-389
John Wilson, Catherine Mann and Tsunehiro Otsuki
Water Subsidy Policies: A Comparison of the Chilean and Colombian Schemes pp. 391-407
AndrÈs GÛmez-Lobo and Dante Contreras
Policy Selectivity Forgone: Debt and Donor Behavior in Africa pp. 409-435
Nancy Birdsall, Stijn Claessens and Ishac Diwan

Volume 17, issue 2, 2003

Child Labor and Development: An Introduction pp. 145-146
Kaushik Basu and Zafiris Tzannatos
The Global Child Labor Problem: What Do We Know and What Can We Do? pp. 147-173
Kaushik Basu and Zafiris Tzannatos
Child Labor: Lessons from the Historical Experience of Today's Industrial Economies pp. 175-196
Jane Humphries
Child Farm Labor: The Wealth Paradox pp. 197-227
Sonia Bhalotra and Christopher Heady
Conditional Cash Transfers, Schooling, and Child Labor: Micro-Simulating Brazil's Bolsa Escola Program pp. 229-254
François Bourguignon, Francisco Ferreira and Phillippe G. Leite
Targeting Child Labor in Debt Bondage: Evidence, Theory, and Policy Implications pp. 255-281
Arnab Basu and Nancy Chau
Children's Working Hours and School Enrollment: Evidence from Pakistan and Nicaragua pp. 283-295
Furio Rosati and Mariacristina Rossi
Child Labor: A Normative Perspective pp. 297-309
Debra Satz
Understanding Children's Work: An Interagency Data and Research Cooperation Project pp. 311-314
Alec Fyfe, Frans Roselaers, Zafiris Tzannatos and Furio Rosati

Volume 17, issue 1, 2003

Grandmothers and Granddaughters: Old-Age Pensions and Intrahousehold Allocation in South Africa pp. 1-25
Esther Duflo
Public Policy and Extended Families: Evidence from Pensions in South Africa pp. 27-50
Marianne Bertrand, Sendhil Mullainathan and Douglas Miller
Economic, Demographic, and Institutional Determinants of Life Insurance Consumption across Countries pp. 51-88
Thorsten Beck and Ian Webb
Reducing Child Malnutrition: How Far Does Income Growth Take Us? pp. 107-131
Lawrence Haddad, Harold Alderman, Simon Appleton, Lina Song and Yisehac Yohannes
Particularism around the World pp. 133-143
Jessica Wallack, Alejandro Gaviria, Ugo Panizza and Ernesto Stein
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