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Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)


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World Bank - Research Department


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1.  
Not Separate, Not Equal: Poverty and Inequality in Post-Apartheid South Africa | Show Abstract | Download |
William Davidson Institute Working Paper No. 739
Working Paper Series
Ozler, Berk
World Bank - Development Economics Research Group (DECRG)
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
20 Feb 05
334
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2.  
Alderman, Harold
World Bank - Development Research Group (DECRG)
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Rossi, Mariacristina
University of Rome II - Faculty of Economics
Posted:
30 Apr 05
162
(111,099)
4

3.  
El NiñO or El Peso? Crisis, Poverty, and Income Distribution in the Philippines | Show Abstract | Download |
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2466
Working Paper Series
Datt, Gaurav
World Bank - Development Research Group (DECRG)
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
13 Dec 04
135
(129,971)
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4.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Okwi, Paul Okiira
Makerere University
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Emwanu, Tom
Independent
Linderhof, Vincent
Wageningen University and Research Center (WUR) - Agricultural Economics Research Institute (LEI)
Begumana, John
Independent
Posted:
01 Dec 05
Last Revised:
08 Jul 08
96
(167,410)
 

5.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Demombynes, Gabriel
University of California, Berkeley
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
02 Dec 04
Last Revised:
29 Aug 14
92
(172,315)
5

6.  
Schipper, Youdi
Twaweza
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
24 Jun 05
64
(213,455)
2

7.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Croke, Kevin
World Bank
Dabalen, Andrew
World Bank - Africa Region
Demombynes, Gabriel
World Bank
Giugale, Marcelo M.
World Bank
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
20 Jun 12
Last Revised:
04 Jun 14
61
(218,889)
 

8.  
On the Timing of Marriage, Cattle and Weather Shocks in Rural Zimbabwe | Show Abstract | Download |
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3112
Working Paper Series
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
van der Klaauw, Bas
VU University Amsterdam - Department of Economics
van Lomwel, A. Gijsbert C.
Center Applied Research, Tilburg University
Posted:
05 Feb 03
52
(236,458)
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On the Timing of Marriage, Cattle and Weather Shocks | Show Abstract | Download |
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Papers No. 04-073/3
Working Paper Series
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
van der Klaauw, Bas
VU University Amsterdam - Department of Economics
van Lomwel, A. Gijsbert C.
Center Applied Research, Tilburg University
Posted:
06 Jul 04
40
(263,696)
 

10.  
Measuring Welfare for Small but Vulnerable Groups: Poverty and Disability in Uganda | Show Abstract |
Journal of African Economies, Vol. 14, Issue 4, pp. 603-631, 2005
Accepted Paper Series
Hoogeveen, J. G. M. (Hans)
World Bank - Research Department
Posted:
29 Feb 08
 


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