Ginger Turner

World Bank

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United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

What Matters to African Firms? The Relevance of Perceptions Data

World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 4446
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 20 Apr 2016
World Bank, Center for Global Development, World Bank and World Bank
Downloads 175 (172,780)

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Emerging Markets, Microfinance, Governance Indicators, Access to Finance

2.

Does the Private Sector Care About Aids?

Center for Global Development Working Paper No. 76
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 03 May 2007
Center for Global Development, World Bank and World Bank
Downloads 36 (444,321)

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HIV/AIDS, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, private sector, public sector, investment climate

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The Effect of Early Flood Warnings on Mitigation and Recovery During the 2010 Pakistan Floods

Turner, Ginger; Said, Farah; Afzal, Uzma; Campbell, Karen. Preventing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for Climate Change. United Nations Environmental Programme, edited by Ashbindu Singh and Zinta Zommers, Springer Netherlands, January 2014.
Posted: 06 Aug 2014
World Bank, Centre for Research in Economics and Business, Lahore School of Economics, University of Nottingham and The Wharton School/Risk Management and Decision Process Center

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Microinsurance Demand After a Rare Flood Event: Evidence From a Field Experiment in Pakistan

Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, Vol. 39, No. 201–223, 2013
Posted: 06 Aug 2014
Ginger Turner, Farah Said and Uzma Afzal
World Bank, Centre for Research in Economics and Business, Lahore School of Economics and University of Nottingham

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microinsurance demand, field experiment, natural disaster, flood insurance, Pakistan floods

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Attitudes Towards Risk in the Wake of A Rare Event: Evidence from Pakistan

Posted: 06 Aug 2014
Farah Said, Uzma Afzal and Ginger Turner
Centre for Research in Economics and Business, Lahore School of Economics, University of Nottingham and World Bank

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risk aversion, risk analysis, field experiment, natural disaster, Pakistan floods