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Review of Development Economics

1997 - 2018

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Volume 22, issue 4, 2018

Market effects of farmer field schools in Sub‐Saharan Africa: The case for cocoa pp. e160-e184 Downloads
Francis Tsiboe, Jeff Luckstead, Lawton L. Nalley, Jennie S. Popp and Bruce L. Dixon
Household coping behavior and its contribution to resilience to global macroeconomic shocks in Vanuatu and Solomon Islands pp. e185-e201 Downloads
Lachlan McDonald
Monetary authority's transparency and income inequality pp. e202-e227 Downloads
Helder de Mendonça and Diogo Martins Esteves
The detrimental effects of luxury goods consumption on socially excluded groups pp. e228-e238 Downloads
Kenneth Chan, Bharat Hazari and Vijay Mohan
Do big countries always win a tariff war? A reappraisal pp. e239-e249 Downloads
Jean‐Marc Malambwe Kilolo
Microloans, education and growth pp. e250-e265 Downloads
Patrick M. Emerson and Bruce McGough
Impact of trade imbalances on domestic trade policy: Does multilateral trade policy matter? pp. e266-e289 Downloads
Sèna Kimm Gnangnon
Female autonomy and women's welfare: An introduction pp. 1385-1389 Downloads
Smriti Sharma and Finn Tarp
Impact of soil conservation adoption on intra‐household allocations in Zambia pp. 1390-1408 Downloads
Conor Carney and Monica Carney
Political role models and child marriage in India pp. 1409-1431 Downloads
Carolina Castilla
Female leaders and gender gaps within the firm: Evidence from three Sub‐Saharan African countries pp. 1432-1460 Downloads
Giulia La Mattina, Gabriel Picone, Alban Ahoure and Jose Carlos Kimou
The impact of hosting refugees on the intra‐household allocation of tasks: A gender perspective pp. 1461-1488 Downloads
Isabel Ruiz and Carlos Vargas‐Silva
Does economic crisis have different impact on husbands and wives? Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis in Indonesia pp. 1489-1512 Downloads
Sarah Xue Dong
Social norms and female labor participation in Brazil pp. 1513-1535 Downloads
Karen Codazzi, Valéria Pero and André Albuquerque Sant'Anna
Psychosocial status and cognitive achievement in Peru pp. 1536-1560 Downloads
Ingo Outes, Alan Sanchez and Oswaldo Molina
The impact of natural disasters on children's education: Comparative evidence from Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam pp. 1561-1589 Downloads
Cuong Nguyen and Nguyet Minh Pham
The microeconomic impact of political instability: Firm‐level evidence from Tunisia pp. 1590-1619 Downloads
Samer Matta, Simon Appleton and Michael Bleaney
Mechanize or exit farming? Multiple‐treatment‐effects model and external validity of adoption impacts of mechanization among Nepalese smallholders pp. 1620-1641 Downloads
Hiroyuki Takeshima
Parental absence, remittances and educational investment in children left behind: Evidence from Nepal pp. 1642-1666 Downloads
Nirmal Raut and Ryuichi Tanaka
Female labor supply, fertility rebounds, and economic development pp. 1667-1681 Downloads
Akira Yakita
Job quality and poverty in Latin America pp. 1682-1708 Downloads
Peter Brummund, Christopher Mann and Carlos Rodriguez‐Castelan
Impact of improved maize varieties on food security in Eastern Zambia: A doubly robust analysis pp. 1709-1728 Downloads
Julius Manda, Cornelis Gardebroek, Elias Kuntashula and Arega D. Alene
Corruption and the shadow economy at the regional level pp. 1729-1743 Downloads
Robert Gillanders and Sinikka Parviainen
Gone with the wind: Demographic transitions and domestic saving pp. 1744-1764 Downloads
Eduardo Cavallo, Gabriel Sánchez and Patricio Valenzuela
Labor market segmentation and occupational mobility in Algeria: Repeated cross‐sectional and longitudinal analyses (2007 to 2012) pp. 1765-1783 Downloads
Philippe Adair and Youghourta Bellache

Volume 22, issue 3, 2018

Smoke screen: Estimating the tax pass‐through to cigarette prices in Pakistan pp. e1-e15 Downloads
Serhan Cevik
A North–South model of outsourcing and growth pp. e16-e35 Downloads
Yuki Saito
Export performance of developing countries: Does landlockedness matter? pp. e36-e62 Downloads
Ramesh C. Paudel and Arusha Cooray
Forecast accuracy of small and large scale dynamic factor models in developing economies pp. e63-e78 Downloads
German Lopez‐Buenache
Factor‐biased public infrastructure and wage inequality pp. e79-e94 Downloads
Jiancai Pi and Pengqing Zhang
How do mutual recognition agreements influence trade? pp. e95-e114 Downloads
Yong Joon Jang
Workers’ remittances and government size pp. e115-e134 Downloads
Kevin Williams
The determinants of interest rates in microfinance: Age, scale and organizational charter pp. e135-e159 Downloads
Jacinta Nwachukwu, Aqsa Aziz, Uchenna Tony‐Okeke and Simplice Asongu
Aging in Asia: Introduction to Symposium pp. 879-884 Downloads
Charles Horioka, Peter Morgan, Yoko Niimi and Guanghua Wan
Aging and inequality: The link and transmission mechanisms pp. 885-903 Downloads
Zhi Luo, Guanghua Wan, Chen Wang and Xun Zhang
Intergenerational transfers, demographic transition, and altruism: Problems in developing Asia pp. 904-927 Downloads
Yoshitaka Koda and Manachaya Uruyos
Demographic change and long‐term growth in China: Past developments and the future challenge of aging pp. 928-952 Downloads
Minchung Hsu, Pei‐Ju Liao and Min Zhao
Who cares about the day after tomorrow? Pension issues when households are myopic or time inconsistent pp. 953-989 Downloads
Axel Börsch‐Supan, Klaus Härtl and Duarte Semedo Leite
Occupation pension for public employees in the People's Republic of China: A new approach with defined benefit underpin pension plan pp. 990-1004 Downloads
Kai Chen
Long‐term care and pay‐for‐performance programs pp. 1005-1021 Downloads
Edward Norton
An extended household model of eldercare by children and children‐in‐law based on Far‐Eastern traditions pp. 1022-1038 Downloads
Shoshana Grossbard
Does providing informal elderly care hasten retirement? Evidence from Japan pp. 1039-1062 Downloads
Yoko Niimi
Differences in the effects of informal family caregiving on health and life satisfaction between wives and husbands as caregivers pp. 1063-1080 Downloads
Midori Wakabayashi and Wataru Kureishi
Using the stochastic health state function to forecast healthcare demand and healthcare financing: Evidence from Singapore pp. 1081-1104 Downloads
Ngee Choon Chia and Shu Peng Loh
Sources of efficiency, productivity and output growth in Botswana agriculture pp. 1105-1124 Downloads
Omphile Temoso, David Hadley and Renato Villano
Children's schooling in Nicaragua: What is the link between educational achievement, borrowing, and gender? pp. 1125-1145 Downloads
Olga Kondratjeva and Joyce J. Chen
The impact of rural electrification on income and education: Evidence from Bhutan pp. 1146-1165 Downloads
Santosh Kumar and Ganesh Rauniyar
Does energy‐related aid affect emissions? Evidence from a global dataset pp. 1166-1194 Downloads
Sambit Bhattacharyya, Maurizio Intartaglia and Andy McKay
A generalized Okun's Law: Uncovering the myth of China's labor market resilience pp. 1195-1216 Downloads
Xiaoguang Liu, Raphael Lam, Alfred Schipke and Guangjun Shen
Recent developments in China's labor market: Labor shortage, rising wages and their implications pp. 1217-1238 Downloads
Yuming Cui, Jingjing Meng and Changrong Lu
The continuous treatment effect of an antipoverty program on children's educational attainment: Colombia's Familias en Accion pp. 1239-1262 Downloads
Juan M. Villa
Do regional trade agreements stimulate FDI? Evidence for the Agadir, MERCOSUR and AFTA regions pp. 1263-1277 Downloads
Mondher Cherif and Christian Dreger
Private tutoring expenditure: An empirical analysis based on Sri Lankan households pp. 1278-1295 Downloads
Asankha Pallegedara
Boosting tourism's contribution to growth and development: Analysis of the evidence pp. 1296-1320 Downloads
Onil Banerjee, Martín Cicowiez, Emily J. Morris and Adela Moreda
The peculiar insertion of Brazil into global value chains pp. 1321-1342 Downloads
Julia Callegari, Tatiana Massaroli Melo and Carlos Eduardo Carvalho
Real effects of banking crises: Imports of capital goods by developing countries pp. 1343-1359 Downloads
Nektarios A. Michail and Andreas Savvides
When do in‐service teacher training and books improve student achievement? Experimental evidence from Mongolia pp. 1360-1383 Downloads
Habtamu Fuje and Prateek Tandon

Volume 22, issue 2, 2018

Maternal group participation and child nutritional status in Peru pp. 459-483 Downloads
Marta Favara
Intermediaries, transport costs and interlinked transactions pp. 484-506 Downloads
Mélanie Lefèvre and Joe Tharakan
Unemployment, rural–urban migration and environmental regulation pp. 507-539 Downloads
Karlygash Kuralbayeva
The effect of the National Food Reserve Agency on maize market prices in Tanzania pp. 540-557 Downloads
Guillaume Pierre, Karl Pauw and Emiliano Magrini
Competitive devaluations in commodity†based economies: Colombia and the Pacific Alliance Group pp. 558-572 Downloads
Guglielmo Maria Caporale, Rodrigo Costamagna and Gustavo Rossini
The effects of off†farm work on fertilizer and pesticide expenditures in China pp. 573-591 Downloads
Wanglin Ma, Awudu Abdulai and Chunbo Ma
Schooling and household welfare: The case of Sri Lanka from 1990 to 2006 pp. 592-609 Downloads
Rozana Himaz and Harsha Aturupana
International inequality in subjective well†being: An exploration with the Gallup World Poll pp. 610-631 Downloads
Pablo Gluzmann and Leonardo Gasparini
Consumption dynamics and inequality of opportunity with an application to Uganda pp. 632-657 Downloads
Paolo Brunori, Flaviana Palmisano and Vito Peragine
Relationship between trade openness and economic growth in Latin America: A causality analysis with heterogeneous panel data pp. 658-684 Downloads
Adolfo Roquez†Diaz and Lorenzo Escot
The more subsidies, the longer survival? Evidence from Chinese manufacturing firms pp. 685-705 Downloads
Qilin Mao and Jiayun Xu
Does the political party in the government increase intentional homicide in Brazil? pp. 706-726 Downloads
Paulo R. A. Loureiro, Tito B. S. Moreira, Antônio Nascimento and Roberto Ellery
Public firms' merger, employment, and welfare in developing countries: A general equilibrium analysis pp. 727-735 Downloads
Chi†Chur Chao, Mong Shan Ee and Leonard F. S. Wang
The measurement of disaster risk: An example from tropical cyclones in the Philippines pp. 736-765 Downloads
Rio Yonson, Ilan Noy and Gaillard Jc
Access to credit and investment decisions of small†and medium†sized enterprises in China pp. 766-786 Downloads
Paulo Regis
Unemployment burden and its distribution: Theory and evidence from India pp. 787-807 Downloads
Sripad Motiram and Karthikeya Naraparaju
Remittances and financial development in Latin America and the Caribbean countries: A dynamic approach pp. 808-826 Downloads
Vincent Fromentin
Rural–urban human capital disparity and skilled–unskilled wage inequality in China pp. 827-843 Downloads
Jiancai Pi and Pengqing Zhang
Growth, intergenerational welfare, and environmental policies in an overlapping generations economy pp. 844-861 Downloads
Hsun Chu, Chu†chuan Cheng and Ching†chong Lai
Is urbanization improving real estate investment? A cross†regional study of China pp. 862-878 Downloads
Tie†Ying Liu, Chi†Wei Su, Hsu†Ling Chang and Chien†Chi Chu

Volume 22, issue 1, 2018

Is Tinkering with Institutional Quality a Panacea for Firm Performance? Insights from a Semiparametric Approach to Modeling Firm Performance pp. 1-22 Downloads
Sumon Bhaumik, Ralitza Dimova, Subal Kumbhakar and Kai Sun
Aid, institutions and economic growth in sub†Saharan Africa: Heterogeneous donors and heterogeneous responses pp. 23-44 Downloads
Hassen Wako
ICT for financial access: Mobile money and the financial behavior of rural households in Uganda pp. 45-66 Downloads
Ggombe Kasim Munyegera and Tomoya Matsumoto
Cyclicality of Fiscal Policy in Latin America over the period 1990 †2015 pp. 67-90 Downloads
Bruno Martorano
Child endowments and parental investments: Intra†household allocation in oportunidades families in Mexico pp. 91-114 Downloads
Hadia Majid
Is the shadow economy a bane or boon for economic growth? pp. 115-132 Downloads
James Saunoris
Service delivery weaknesses within education and healthcare: Applying empirics from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Senegal pp. 133-147 Downloads
Kjell Hausken and Mthuli Ncube
Foreign workers and productivity in an emerging economy: The case of Malaysia pp. 148-173 Downloads
Jacob Jordaan
Remittances and return migration pp. 174-202 Downloads
William Collier, Matloob Piracha and Teresa Randazzo
Political reservation for women and delivery of public works program pp. 203-219 Downloads
Nayana Bose and Shreyasee Das
Gender asymmetries: Impacts of an early†stage school intervention in the Philippines pp. 220-241 Downloads
Futoshi Yamauchi and Yanyan Liu
What drives the localization of Spanish multinationals in developing and transition countries? pp. 242-262 Downloads
Maite Alguacil, Josep Martí and Vicente Orts
Export tightening, competition, and firm innovation: Evidence from the renminbi appreciation pp. 263-286 Downloads
Mi Dai, Miaojie Yu and Chunming Zhao
Human capital consequences of violence in schools: Estimating the impact of violence in schools on education outcomes in Brazil pp. 287-310 Downloads
Sumit S. Deole
Corruption: The good, the bad, and the uncertain pp. 311-332 Downloads
Jamie Bologna Pavlik
The spillover effects of innovative ideas on human capital pp. 333-360 Downloads
Barış Alpaslan and Abdilahi Ali
Relative standing and temporary migration: Empirical evidence from the South Caucasus pp. 361-383 Downloads
Armenak Antinyan and Luca Corazzini
Waste not, want not: The efficiency of health expenditure in emerging and developing economies pp. 384-403 Downloads
Francesco Grigoli and Javier Kapsoli
Can labor provisions in trade agreements promote gender equality? Empirical evidence from Cambodia pp. 404-433 Downloads
Elva López Mourelo and Daniel Samaan
The effect of macroeconomic variables on the opening of antidumping measures: A robust analysis for Brazilian and Argentine economy pp. 434-457 Downloads
Vinícius Firme, Cláudio R. Fóffano Vasconcelos and Rogério Silva de Mattos
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