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ECONOMIC GROWTH CENTER DISCUSSION PAPERS
- *757. Wage and Labor Supply Effects of Illness in Côte
d'Ivoire and Ghana: Instrumental Variable Estimates for Days Disabled , March
1996 (with Aysit Tansel).Published in: Journal of Development Economics
- 776. Labor Unions and the
Distribution of Wages and Employment in South Africa , September 1997 (with
Germano Mwabu).Published in: Industrial and Labor Relations Review.
- *778. Income Inequality in Taiwan 1976-1995: Changing Family
Composition, Aging, and Female Labor Force Participation , November 1997.
Published in: Political Economy of Taiwan's Development in the 21st Century G.
Ranis, S.-C. Hu and Y-P Chu (eds) England: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1999.
- *784. Inequality in the Distribution of Personal Income in the
World: How it is Changing and Why, January 1998.Published in: Journal of
Population Economics 11:3(1998)307-344.
Wage Premia for Education and Location, By Gender and Race
in South Africa, February 1998 (with Germano Mwabu). Published in: Economic
Development and Cultural Change 48:2(2000), 307-334.
- *801. Health and Schooling Investments in Africa,
Published in: Journal of Economic Perspectives 13:3(1999), 67-88.
- *802. Labor Market Reforms: Issues, Evidence and Prospects,
June 1999. Published in: Economic Policy Reform) (ed) Anne O. Krueger, Chicago: University
of Chicago Press (2000).
- 803. Women's Role in the Agricultural Household Bargaining and
Human Capital Investments , January 1999, 94 pp.(Agricultural and Resource
Economics Handbook, Vol. 1, 2001)
- *804. Impact of Institutional Reform from 1979-1987 on Fertility
in Rural China, June 1999 (with Zeng Yi). Published in: China
Economic Review 10:2(1999), 141-160.
- 833. The Fertility Transition:
Economic Explanations , August 2001, 19 pp. (International Encyclopedia of
the Social Sciences, Smelser, N.J. and P.B. Baltes (eds), Amsterdam, Elsevier Science
- 834. School Subsidies for the
Poor: Evaluating the Mexican Progresa Poverty Program , August 2001, 72 pp.
(forthcoming Journal of Development Economics)
- 836. Why Governments Should Invest More to Educate Girls ,
September 2001, 46 pp. in World Development, 30(2): 207-225.
- 841. Wage Gains Associated
with Height as a Form of Health Human Capital , February 2002, 12 pp. in
American Economic Review, 2002.
- 846. Health and Labor Force
Participation of the Elderly in Taiwan , June 2002, 49 pp.
- 853. Human Capital, Schooling and Health Returns, April
2003, 26 pp.
- 855. Human Resources in China: The Birth Quota, Returns to
Schooling, and Migration, April 2003, 35 pp.
- 868. Wage Rentals for Reproducible Human Capital: Evidence from Ghana
and the Ivory Coast, September 2003, 48 pp.
- 875. Evidence of Returns to Schooling in Africa From Household Surveys:
Monitoring and Restructuring the Market for Education, December 2003, 53 pp.
- 901. Demographic Determinants of Savings: Estimating and
Interpreting the Aggregate Association in Asia, December 2004, 36 pp.
- 903. Productive Benefits of Health: Evidence from Low-Income
Countries, January 2005, 30 pp.
- 925. Fertility and Income, October 2005, 29 pp.
- 951. Family Planning as an Investment in
Development: Evaluation of a Program's Consequences in Matlab, Bangladesh (with
Shareen Joshi), February 2007, 74 pp.
- 953. Fertility in
Developing Countries, May 2007, 10 pp.
- 954. Population
Policies, Fertility, Women's Human Capital, and Child Quality , May 2007, 54
- 974. Population and
Health Policies, July 2009, 99 pp.
- 979. The Gender and
Generational Consequences of the Demographic Transition and Population Policy: As
Assessment of the Micro and Macro Linkages, October 2009, 27 pp.
discussion papers can be obtained for $2.00 each, plus postage, by contacting Louise
Danishevsky, Publications Coordinator, Yale University, Economic Growth Center, P.O. Box
208269, New Haven, CT 06520-8269 (email@example.com)
or downloading for no charge from SSRN or the Economic Growth Center website.
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