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de Walque, Damien, Kazianga, Harounan, Over, Mead & Vaillant, Julia. (2011). Food Crisis, Household We...
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King, Elizabeth M., Klasen, Stephan, Porter, Maria & Lomborg, Bjorn. (2009). Women and Development. Gl...
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  • 1. 1/13/2014 Page 1 Appendix C: List of References (PopPov Project Outputs) As part of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s initiative to enhance research and policy communication in population, reproductive health, and economic development, the foundation has partnered with institutions in the United States, the United Kingdom, Norway, the Netherlands, France, and Africa to strengthen evidence on how population and reproductive health affect economic outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. This Appendix is part of the report “Investigating Elements of a Population, Poverty, and Reproductive Health Research Agenda,” available at www.poppov.org. © 2014 Population Reference Bureau. All rights reserved.
  • 2. 1/13/2014 Page 2 Title Corresponding Project Number Type 1 Adanu, Richard, Seffah, Joseph, Anarfi, John, Lince, Naomi & Blanchard, Kelly. (2012). Sexual and Reproductive Health in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal , 46 (2), 58–65. 22 Journal Article 2 Amaral, Ernesto F. L. (2008). Improvements of Techniques to Estimate Migration Rates: An Application with Brazilian Censuses Data. Population Review , 47 (2), 1-24. 11 Journal Article 3 Amaral, Ernesto F. L., Hamermesh, Daniel S., Potter, Joseph E. & Rios-Neto, Eduardo L. G. (2007). Demographic Change and the Structure of Wages: A Demand-Theoretic Analysis for Brazil (National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 13533). 11 Working Paper 4 Amaral, Ernesto F. L. & Potter, Joseph E. (2009). Políticas de población, programas gubernamentales y fecundidad: una comparación entre el Brasil y México. Notas de Población, 87 , 7-34. 11 Journal Article 5 Ardington, Cally, Menendez, Alicia & Mutevedzi, Tinofa. (2011). Early childbearing, human capital attainment and mortality risk (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) Working Paper No. 56). 18 Working Paper 6 Ashraf, Nava, Field, Erica & Lee, Jean. (2007). Gender, Intrahousehold Decisionmaking, and the Demand for Children (Harvard University Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Working Paper No. 2008-0028). 12 Journal Article 7 Ashraf, Nava, Field, Erica & Lee, Jean. (2013). Household Bargaining and Excess Fertility: An Experimental Study in Zambia. 12 Working Paper 8 Ashraf, Quamrul H., Ashley Lester, and David N. Weil (2008). "When Does Improving Health Raise GDP?" in Daron Acemoglu, Kenneth Rogoff, and Michael Woodford (eds.), NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2008, Vol. 23, pp. 157- 204, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 13 Book chapter 9 Ashraf, Quamrul, Weil, David N. & Wilde, Joshua. (2013). The Effect of Fertility Reduction on Economic Growth. Population and Development Review, 39 (1), 97-130. 13 Journal Article 10 Babigumira, Joseph B., Stergachis, Andy, Veenstra, David L., Gardner, Jacqueline S., Ngonzi, Joseph, Mukasa- Kivunike, Peter & Garrison, Louis P. (2012). Potential cost-effectiveness of universal access to modern contraceptives in Uganda. PLoS ONE , 7 (2), e30735. 36 Journal Article 11 Babigumira, Joseph B., Stergachis, Andy, Veenstra, David L., Ngonzi, Joseph, Gardner, Jacqueline S., Mukasa- Kivunike, Peter & Garrison, Louis P. (2011). Estimating the Costs of Induced Abortion in Uganda: A Model-Based Analysis. BMC Public Health , 11 (1), 904. 36 Journal Article 12 Baez, Javier E. (2010). Civil wars beyond their borders: The human capital and health consequences of hosting refugees. Journal of Development Economics , 96 (2), 391–408. 51 Journal Article 13 Baird, Sarah, Chirwa, Ephraim & McIntosh, Craig. (2010). The Short-Term Impacts of a Schooling Conditional Cash Transfer Program on the Sexual Behavior of Young Women. Health Economics, 19 (1), 55–68. 9 Journal Article 14 Baird, Sarah, De Hoop, Jacobus & Ozler, Berk. (2011). Income shocks and adolescent mental health (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 5644). 9 Working Paper 15 Baird, Sarah, Friedman, Jed & Smitz, Marc. (2011). Climate Variability and Infant Mortality in Africa. 113 Working Paper 16 Baird, Sarah, Garfein, Richard S, McIntosh, Craig T. & Ozler, Berk. (2012). Effect of a cash transfer programme for schooling on prevalence of HIV and herpes simplex type 2 in Malawi: a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet , 379 (9823), 1320-1329. 9 Journal Article 17 Baird, Sarah, McIntosh, Craig & Ozler, Berk. (2011). Cash or Condition? Evidence from a Cash Transfer Experiment. The Quarterly Journal of Economics , 126 (4), 1709-1753. 9 Journal Article 18 Bärnighausen, Till, Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Friedman, Abigail, Levine, Orin, O'Brien, Jennifer, Privor- Dumm, Lois & Walker, Damian. (2010). Rethinking the benefits and costs of childhood vaccination: the example of the Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine. Vaccine, 29 (2011), 2371-2380. 116 Journal Article 19 Baschieri, Angela, Floyd, Sean, Cleland, John, Dube, Albert, Molesworth, Anna, Chihana, M., Glynn, Judith, Crampin, A. C. & French, Neil. (2012). An application of propensity score matching to assessment of the impact of unintended childbearing on children’s growth in Northern Malawi. 42 Working Paper 20 Beegle, Kathleen, & Poulin, Michelle. (2012). Migration and the transition to adulthood in contemporary Malawi (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 6200). 49 Working Paper 21 Beninguisse, Gervais, Catherine, Gourbin & Kalambayi, Barthelemy. (2011). Pauvreté et besoins non satisfaits en santé de la reproduction des adolescents et des jeunes en Afrique Centrale . 81 Report 22 Bloom, David E. & Canning, David. (2009). Population Health and Economic Growth. In Michael Spence and Maureen Lewis (Eds.), Health and Growth (53-76). Washington, DC: World Bank. 116 Book chapter 23 Bloom, David E. & Canning, David. (2009). Population, poverty reduction, and the Cairo Agenda. In Mindy Roseman and Laura Reichenbach (Eds.), Reproductive health and human rights: the way forward (51-59). Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. 116 Book chapter 24 Bloom, David E., Canning, David & Fink, Günther (2009). Disease and development revisited (National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 15137). 116 Working Paper 25 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Fink, Günther & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2007). Realizing the demographic dividend: Is Africa any different? (Program on the Global Demography of Aging Working Paper No. 23). 37 Working Paper
  • 3. 1/13/2014 Page 3 26 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Fink, Günther & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2009). The Cost of Low Fertility in Europe. European Journal of Population , 26 (2), 141-158. 38 Journal Article 27 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Fink, Günther & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2009). Fertility, Female Labor Force Participation, and the Demographic Dividend. Journal of Economic Growth , 14 (2), 79-101. 37 Journal Article 28 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Fink, Günther & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2010). Fertility, the Demographic Dividend, and Economic Growth. 37 Working Paper 29 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Fink, Günther & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2012). Microeconomic Foundations of the Demographic Dividend (Program on the Global Demography of Aging Working Paper No. 93). 37 Working Paper 30 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Günther, Isabel & Linnemayr, Sebastian. (2008). Social interactions and fertility in developing countries (Program on the Global Demography of Aging Working Paper No. 34). 116 Working Paper 31 Bloom, David E., Canning, David, Hu, Linlin, Liu, Yuanli, Mahal, Ajay & Yip, Winnie. (2010). The contribution of population health and demographic change to economic growth in China and India. Journal of Comparative Economics , 38 (1), 17-33. 116 Journal Article 32 Bloom, David E. Canning, David, Rosenberg, Larry. (2011). Demographic Change and Economic Growth in South Asia. (Program on the Global Demography of Aging Working Paper No. 67). 116 Working Paper 33 Bloom, David E. & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2009). Demographic Change and Economic Growth in Asia. Asian Economic Policy Review , 4 (1), 45-64. 116 Journal Article 34 Bloom, David E. & Sousa-Poza, Alfonso. (2010). Introduction to Special Issue of the European Journal of Population: ‘Economic Consequences of Low Fertility in Europe’. European Journal of Population , 26 (2), 127- 139. 38 Journal Article 35 Branson, Nicola, Ardington, Cally & Leibbrandt, Murray. (2011). Health outcomes for children born to teen mothers in Cape Town, South Africa (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) Working Paper No. 55). 18 Working Paper 36 Burke, Marshall, Gong, Erick & Jones, Kelly. (2011). Income Shocks and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa (International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Discussion Paper No. 01146). 93 Working Paper 37 Bussolo, Maurizio, De Hoyos, Rafael E. & Medvedev, Denis. (2008). Is the Developing World Catching Up? Global Convergence and National Rising Dispersion (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 4733). 1001 Working Paper 38 Canning, David & Finlay, Jocelyn E. (2011). The Relationship between Fertility and Female Labor Force Participation in Low- to Middle-Income Countries: Uncovering the Heterogeneity Across and Within Countries. 116 Working Paper 39 Canning, David, Finlay, Jocelyn E. & Ozaltin, Emre. (2009). Adolescent Girls Health Agenda: Study on Intergenerational Health Impacts. Boston, MA: Harvard School of Public Health. 116 Report 40 Cas, Ava Gail. (2012). Early Life Public Health Intervention and Adolescent Cognition: Evidence from the Safe Motherhood Program in Indonesia (Job market paper). Duke University, Durham, NC. 91 Job Market Paper 41 Castro, Ruben, Behrman, Jere R. & Kohler, Hans-Peter. (2010). Perception of HIV risk and the quantity and quality of children: The case of rural Malawi (University of Pennsylvania Population Studies Center (PSC) Working Paper No. 10-08). 41 Working Paper 42 Chitama, Dereck, Baltussen, Rob, Ketting, Evert, Kamazima, Switbert, Nswilla, Anna & Mujinja, Phares G M. (2011). District level priority setting processes and criteria for family planning, maternal, newborn and child health interventions in Tanzania. BMC Women's Health , 11 (46), 1-13. 25 Journal Article 43 Cresswell, Jenny A., Campbell, Oona M. R., De Silva, Mary J. & Filippi, Véronique. (2012). Effect of maternal obesity on neonatal death in sub-Saharan Africa: multivariable analysis of 27 national datasets. The Lancet , 380 (9850), 1325-1330. 43 Journal Article 44 Dang, Hai-Anh & Rogers, F. Halsey. (2008). The Growing Phenomenon of Private Tutoring: Does It Deepen Human Capital, Widen Inequalities, or Waste Resources? The World Bank Research Observer , 23 (2), 161-200. 4 Journal Article 45 DasGupta, Monica, Bongaarts, J. & Cleland, John. (2011). Population, Poverty, and Sustainable Development: A Review of the Evidence (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 5719). 109 Working Paper 46 DasGupta, Monica, Ebenstein, Avraham, & Sharygin, Ethan J. (2010). China’s marriage market and upcoming challenges for elderly men (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 5351). 7 Working Paper 47 de Walque, Damien, Dow, William H., Nathan, Rose, Abdul, Ramadhani, Abilahi, Faraji, Gong, Erick, Isdahl, Zachary, Jamison, Julian & Jullu, Boniphace. (2012). Incentivising safe sex: a randomised trial of conditional cash transfers for HIV and sexually transmitted infection prevention in rural Tanzania. BMJ Open , 2 (1), 1-10. 20 Journal Article 48 de Walque, Damien, Kazianga, Harounan, & Over, Mead. (2011). Antiretroviral therapy awareness and risky sexual behaviors: evidence from Mozambique (Center for Global Development Working Paper No. 239). 48 Working Paper
  • 4. 1/13/2014 Page 4 49 de Walque, Damien, Kazianga, Harounan, Over, Mead & Vaillant, Julia. (2011). Food Crisis, Household Welfare, and HIV/Aids Treatment: Evidence from Mozambique (Center for Global Development Working Paper No. 238). 48 Working Paper 50 Douptcheva, Nedialka, Hill, Allan G., Adanu, Richard, Anarfi, John, Blanchard, Kelly, Fink, Günther, Lince, Naomi & Oliveras, Isaac Osei-Akoto. (2011). Women's Health Study of Accra: Wave II (WHSA-II) (Technical Publication No. 91). Accra, Ghana: Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana. 22 Report 51 Duflo, Esther, Dupas, Pascaline, Huillery, Elise, & Seban, Juliette. (2013). Impacts of School-Based HIV Education on Reported Behavior and Knowledge of Adolescent Girls . Paris, France: Jameel-Poverty Action Lab at the Paris School of Economics. 46 Report 52 Eyal, Katherine, & Woolard, Ingrid. (2011). Throwing the Book at the CSG (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) Working Paper No. 53). 18 Working Paper 53 Farfan, Gabriela, Genoni, Maria E., Rubalcava, Luis, Teruel, Graciela & Thomas, Duncan. (2011). Oportunidades and its Impact on Child Nutrition (Doctoral dissertation). Duke University, Durham, NC. 104 Dissertation 54 Filmer, Deon, Friedman, Jed & Schady, Norbert. (2009). Development, Modernization, and Childbearing: The Role of Family Sex Composition. The World Bank Economic Review , 23 (3), 371-398. 2 Journal Article 55 Fitzsimons, Emla, Malde, Bansi, Mesnard, Alice & Vera-Hernández, Marcos. (2012). Household responses to information on child nutrition: experimental evidence from Malawi (Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) Discussion Paper No. DP8915). 41 Working Paper 56 Foster, Andrew & Rosenzweig, Mark. (2011). Are Indian Farms Too Small? Mechanization, Agency Costs, and Farm Efficiency. 13 Working Paper 57 Foster, Andrew & Sekhri, Sheetal. (2008). Can Expansion of Markets for Groundwater Decelerate the Depletion of Groundwater Resource in Rural India? Water , (June), 1-43. 13 Journal Article 58 Fotso, Jean Christophe, Madise, Nyovani, Baschieri, Angela, Zulu, Eliya, Cleland, John, Kavao Mutua, Martin & Essendi, Hildah. (2012). Child Growth in Urban Deprived Settings: Does Household Poverty Status Matter? At Which Stage of Child Development? Health & Place , 18 (2), 375-384. 42 Journal Article 59 Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Buttenheim, Alison, Sikoki, Bondan & Suriastini, Wayan. (2009). Do women increase their use of reproductive health care when it becomes more available? Evidence from Indonesia. Studies in Family Planning , 40 (1), 27-38. 58 Journal Article 60 Fung, Winnie & Ha, Wei. (2009). Intergenerational Effects of the 1959-61 China Famine. In R. Fuentes-Nieva and P. Seck (Eds.), Risk, shocks and human development on the brink (222-254). London: Palgrave MacMillan. 61 Book chapter 61 Gondal, Neha. (2012). Who “Fills in” for Siblings and How? A Multilevel Analysis of Personal Network Composition and Its Relationship to Sibling Size. Sociological Forum , 27 (3), 732–755. 92 Journal Article 62 Grant, Monica J. & Hallman, Kelly K. (2008). Pregnancy-related school dropout and prior school performance in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Studies in Family Planning , 39 (4), 369-382. 40 Journal Article 63 Hatlebakk, Magnus. (2012). Son-preference, Number of Children, Education and Occupational Choice in Rural Nepal (Chr. Michelsen Institute Working Paper No. 2012:8). 87 Working Paper 64 Hotz, Joseph V., Peet, Evan & Thomas, Duncan. (2011). Decision-making by households. 58 Working Paper 65 Jain, Monica. (2011). India’s struggle against malnutrition - Is the ICDS program the answer? (Doctoral dissertation). University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA. 95 Dissertation 66 Jensen, An-Magritt. (2013). Female Autonomy and Fertility in the Context of Poverty: Case Studies Before and After the Fertility Decline in Rural Kenya. 67 Working Paper 67 Jones, Kelly. (2011). Evaluating the Mexico City Policy: How US foreign policy affects fertility outcomes and child health in Ghana (International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Discussion Paper No. 01147). 35 Working Paper 68 Kakoko, Deodatus, Ketting, Evert, Kamazima, Switbert & Ruben, Ruerd. (2011). Provision of Family Planning Services in Tanzania: A Comparative Analysis of Public and Private Facilities. African Journal of Reproductive Health , 16 (4), 140-148. 25 Journal Article 69 Kazianga, H., Kouanda, S., Nikema, L., Rothenbuhler, E., Over, Mead & de Walque, Damien. (2010). HIV services delivery and overall quality of care and satisfaction in Burkina Faso: are there privileged patients? 48 Working Paper 70 Kielland, Anne. (2008). Risk and risk management: the theoretical approaches of different disciplines and their relevance to the empirical study of rural vulnerability in West Africa. 86 Working Paper 71 Kielland, Anne & Gaye, Ibrahima. (2010). Child mobility and rural vulnerability in Senegal . Washington, DC: World Bank. 86 Report 72 Kielland, Anne, Gaye, Ibrahima & Niang, Madické. (2009). Analyse de la situation des ménages ruraux de la région de Kolda en vue d'une opération - test de transfert monetaire (Cash transfer ). Dakar, Senegal: UNICEF/Senegal. 86 Report
  • 5. 1/13/2014 Page 5 73 King, Elizabeth M., Klasen, Stephan, Porter, Maria & Lomborg, Bjorn. (2009). Women and Development. Global Crises Global Solutions , 12 (1), 201-222. 5 Journal Article 74 Kravdal, Øystein. (2012). Further evidence of community education effects on fertility in sub-Saharan Africa. Demographic Research , 27 (22), 645-680. 57 Journal Article 75 Kravdal, Øystein & Kodzi, Ivy. (2011). Children's stunting in sub-Saharan Africa: Is there an externality effect of high fertility? Demographic Research , 25 (18), 565-594. 57 Journal Article 76 Lam, David, Marteleto, Leticia & Ranchhod, Vimal. (2009). Schooling and Sexual Behavior in South Africa: The Role of Peer Effects (Population Studies Center Report No. 09-694). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Institute for Social Research. 18 Report 77 Longwe, A and Smits, J. Forthcoming. The Impact of Family Planning on Primary School Participation in Sub- national Areas within 25 African Countries.  African Journal of Reproductive Health, 17 (2). 25 Journal Article 78 Longwe, Abiba & Smits, Jeroen. (2012). Family Planning Outcomes and Primary School Attendance in Sub- Saharan Africa. Studies in Family Planning , 43 (2), 127-134. 25 Journal Article 79 Lundberg, Mattias, Sinha, Nistha & Yoong, Joanne Kannan. (2010). Fertility and women’s labor force participation in a low-income rural economy. 6 Working Paper 80 Marchetta, Francesca, & Sahn, David E. (2012). The role of education and family background in marriage, childbearing and labor market participation in Senegal (Cornell Food and Nutrition Policy Program Working Paper No. 243). 45 Working Paper 81 Majid, Muhammad Farfan. (2012). The Persistent Effects of in Utero Nutrition Shocks over the Life Cycle: Evidence from Fasting During Ramadan in Indonesia (Job market paper). University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA. 106 Job Market Paper 82 McCoy, D. Storeng, Katerini Tagmatarchi, Filippi, Véronique, Ronsmans, C. Osrin, D. Matthias, B. Campbell, O.M. Prost, A., Hill, Z., Costello, A., Azad, K., Mwansambo, C. & Manandhar, D.S. (2010). Maternal, neonatal and child health interventions and services: moving from knowledge of what works to systems that deliver. International Health, 2 (2), 87-98. 43 Journal Article 83 McKelvey, Christopher, Thomas, Duncan & Frankenberg, Elizabeth. (2012). Fertility Regulation in an Economic Crisis. Economic Development and Cultural Change , 61 (1), 7-38. 58 Journal Article 84 McLaren, Zoe. (2011). The Effect of Access to AIDS Treatment on Employment Outcomes in South Africa. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. 66 Dissertation 85 McNiven, Scott & Gilligan, Daniel O. (2012). Networks and Constraints on the Diffusion of a Biofortified Agricultural Technology: Evidence from a Partial Population Experiment (Job market paper). University of California, Davis, Davis, California. 65 Job Market Paper 86 Mesnard, Alice & Seabright, Paul. (2008). Migration and the Equilibrium Prevalence of Infectious Diseases (Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) Discussion Paper No. 6651). 80 Working Paper 87 Muhoza, Dieudonné Nkurunziza, Broekhuis, Annelet & Hooimeijer, Pieter. (2009). Demand and unmet need for means of family limitation in Rwanda. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health , 35 (3), 122- 130. 24 Journal Article 88 Murray, Susan F. Akoum, Mélanie & Storeng, Katerini T. (2010). Capitals diminished, denied, mustered and deployed. A qualitative longitudinal study of women's four year trajectories after acute health crisis, Burkina Faso. Social Science & Medicine, 75 (12), 2455–2462. 43 Journal Article 89 Nkurunziza, Joseph, Annelet Broekhuis, & Pieter Hooimeijer. (2012). Free Education in Rwanda: Just One Step towards Reducing Gender and Sibling Inequalities. Education Research International , 2012, 2-11. 24 Journal Article 90 Nikolov, Plamen. (2012). The Cognitive Link between in Utero Nutrition and Development: Micronutrient Deficiency, Schooling Attainment, and Economic Outcomes in Tanzania (Doctoral dissertation). Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. 34 Dissertation 91 Owoo, Nkechi Srodah Onuoha. (2012). Causes and consequences of fertility in the U.S. and Ghana: A spatial econometric approach (Doctoral dissertation). Clark University, Worcester, MA. 107 Dissertation 92 Ouédraogo, R. & Ouattara, Fatoumata. (2012). Vulnérabilité séquentielle des jeunes femmes face à l’avortement : incidence des normes sociales et juridiques à Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso). In P. Fournier, S. Haddad, V. Ridde, A-M. Turcotte-Tremblay & M. O’Neill (Eds.), Santé maternelle et accès aux soins en Afrique de l’Ouest. Montréal: Centre de recherche CHUM. 88 Book chapter 93 Peet, Evan. (2011). Health and Economic Effects of Piped Water (Doctoral dissertation). Duke University, Durham, NC. 100 Dissertation 94 Peet, Evan. (2012). Environment and Health in the Long Term (Job market paper). Duke University, Durham, NC. 100 Job Market Paper 95 Peterman, Amber, Johnson, Kiersten. (2009). Incontinence and trauma: sexual violence, female genital cutting and proxy measures of gynecological fistula. Social Science & Medicine, 68 , 971-979. 53 Journal Article
  • 6. 1/13/2014 Page 6 96 Peterman, Amber. (2011). Women's property rights and gendered policies: implications for women's long-term welfare in rural Tanzania. Journal of Development Studies , 47 (1), 1-30. 53 Journal Article 97 Pitt, Mark, Rosenzweig, Mark R. & Hassan, Mohammad Nazmul. (2012). Human Capital Investment and the Gender Division of Labor in a Brawn-Based Economy. American Economic Review, 102 (7), 3531-3560. 13 Journal Article 98 Porter, Maria & King, Elizabeth M. (2009). Fertility and women’s labor force participation in developing countries. 5 Working Paper 99 Pörtner, Claus C. (2010). Sex Selective Abortions, Fertility, and Birth Spacing (University of Washington Department of Economics Working Paper No. UWEC-2010-04-R). 50 Working Paper 100 Protik, Ali & Kuhn, Randall. (2006). The Hidden Cost of Migration: Effect of Brother’s Migration on Sister’s Marriage Outcomes in Rural Bangladesh (Doctoral dissertation). Brown University, Providence, RI. 52 Dissertation 101 Radhakrishnan, Uma. (2010). A Dynamic Structural Model of Contraceptive Use and Employment Sector Choice for Women in Indonesia (Population and Economic Development Working Paper No. 10-01). 31 Dissertation 102 Ranchhod, Vimal, Lam, David, Leibbrandt, Murray & Marteleto, Leticia. (2011). Estimating the effect of adolescent fertility on educational attainment in Cape Town using a propensity score weighted regression (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) Working Paper No. 59). 18 Working Paper 103 Rubalcava, Luis, Teruel, Graciela & Thomas, Duncan. (2009). Investments, Time Preferences, and Public Transfers Paid to Women. Economic Development and Cultural Change , 57 (3), 507-538. 58 Journal Article 104 Salas, J.M. Ian. (2012). Consequences of withdrawal: Free condoms and birth rates in the Philippines. (University of the Philippines School of Economics Discussion Paper No. 2012-20). 123 Working Paper 105 Salem, Rania. (2011). Women’s Economic Resources and Bargaining in Marriage: Does Egyptian Women’s Status Depend on Earnings or Marriage Payments? (Population Council Gender and Work in the MENA Region Working Paper No. 18). 96 Working Paper 106 Santaeulalia-Llopis, Raul. (2008). Aggregate Effects of AIDS on Development (Doctoral dissertation). University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 55 Dissertation 107 Sekhri, Sheetal. (2011). Public Provision and Protection of Natural Resources: Groundwater Irrigation in Rural India. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics , 3 (4), 29-55. 13 Journal Article 108 Shapira, Gil. (2011). How Subjective Beliefs about HIV Infection Affect Life-Cycle Fertility: Evidence from Rural Malawi (Doctoral dissertation). University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 62 Dissertation 109 Sharygin, Ethan, Ebenstein, Avraham & Das Gupta, Monica. (2012). Implications of China’s future bride shortage for the geographic distribution and social protection needs of never-married men. Population Studies: A Journal of Demography , 67 (1), 39-59. 7 Journal Article 110 Sinha, Nistha & Yoong, Joanne Kannan. (2009). Long-Term Financial Incentives and Investment in Daughters Evidence from Conditional Cash Transfers in North India (Policy Research Working Paper No. 4860). 8 Working Paper 111 Smits, Jeroen & Longwe, Abiba. (2009). Effects of Reproductive Health Outcomes on Primary School Attendance: A Sub-Saharan Africa Perspective (Nijmegen Center for Economics (NiCE) Working Paper No. 09-116). 25 Working Paper 112 Stoler, Justin, Fink, Günther, Weeks, John R., Hill, Allan G., Otoo, Richard A. & Joseph, A. (2012). When urban taps run dry: Sachet water consumption and health effects in low income neighborhoods of Accra, Ghana. Health & Place , 8 (2), 250-262. 22 Journal Article 113 Stoler, Justin, Weeks, John R., Getis, Arthur & Hill, Allan G. (2009). Distance threshold for the effect of urban agriculture on elevated self-reported malaria prevalence in Accra, Ghana. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene , 80 (4), 547-54. 22 Journal Article 114 Storeng, Katerini, Akoum, Mélanie Stephanie & Murray, Susan. (2012).'This year I will not put her to work': the production/ reproduction nexus in Burkina Faso. Anthropology & Medicine , 1-13. 43 Journal Article 115 Storeng, Katerini, Drabo, Seydou, Ganaba, Rasmané, Sundby, Johanne, Calvert, Clara & Filippi, Véronique. (2012). Mortality after near-miss obstetric complications in Burkina Faso: medical, social and health-care factors. Bulletin of the World Health Organization , 90 (6), 418-425B. 43 Journal Article 116 Storeng, Katerini, Murray, Susan F., Akoum, Mélanie S., Ouattara, Fatoumata & Filippi, Véronique. (2010). Beyond body counts: a qualitative study of lives and loss in Burkina Faso after 'near-miss' obstetric complications. Social Science & Medicine , 71 (10), 1749-1756. 43 Journal Article 117 Strulik, Holger & Vollmer, Sebastian. (2010). The Fertility Transition Around the World - 1950-2005 (Program on the Global Demography of Aging Working Paper No. 57). 116 Working Paper 118 Tanaka, Shinsuke. (2013). Does Abolishing User Fees Lead to Improved Health Status? Evidence from Post- Apartheid South Africa. 97 Working Paper
  • 7. 1/13/2014 Page 7 119 Temel, Tugrul. (2011) Family Planning, growth and income distribution in Rwanda: SAM multiplier and graph theoretic path analysis (Development Research Institute, Universiteit van Tilburg (IVO) Working Paper No. 11-06). 24 Working Paper 120 Thomas, Duncan & Frankenberg, Elizabeth. (2007). Household Responses to the Financial Crisis in Indonesia Longitudinal Evidence on Poverty, Resources, and Well-Being. In Ann Harrison (Ed.), Globalization and Poverty (517-560). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 58 Book chapter 121 Triyana, Margaret. (2012). Do Health Care Providers Respond to Demand-Side Incentive? Evidence from Indonesia (Job market paper). University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 108 Job Market Paper 122 van Rijsbergen, Bart & D'Exelle, Ben. (2013). Delivery Care in Tanzania: A Comparative Analysis of Use and Preferences. World Development, 4 (March), 276–287. 25 Journal Article 123 Weeks, John R., Getis, Arthur, Hill, Allan G., Agyei-Mensah, Samuel & Rain, David. (2010). Neighborhoods and Fertility in Accra, Ghana: An AMOEBA-based Approach. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100 (3): 558-578. 22 Journal Article 124 Weil, David N. (2008). Rapid population growth raises the stakes for African governments. Boston Review, May/June , 16-17. 13 Magazine Article 125 Weil, David N. (2010). Endemic diseases and African economic growth: challenges and policy responses. Journal of African Economies , 19 (3), 81-109. 13 Journal Article 126 Weil, David N. & Wilde, Joshua. (2009). How Relevant Is Malthus for Economic Development Today? American Economic Review , 99 (2), 255-260. 13 Journal Article 127 Westeneng, Judith & D'Exelle, Ben. (2011). The Influence of Fertility and Household Composition on Female Labor Supply: Evidence from Panel Data on Tanzania (University of East Anglia (UAE) Working Paper No. 29). 25 Working Paper 128 Wilde, Joshua. (2012). How Substitutable are Fixed Factors in Production? Evidence from Pre-Industrial England. 29 Dissertation

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