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Hayward Pritchett, Lant
Pritchett, L. H.
Pritchett, Lant H.
Pritchett, Lant Hayward
writer of accompanying material
Beatty, Lant Pritchett and Amanda
Clemens, Michael A.
Gelbach, Jonah B.
Gelbach, Jonath B.
Hammer, Jeffrey S
Hammer, Jeffrey S.
Harvard University / Kennedy School of Government
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Affiliation (see also from)
John F. Kennedy School of Government Affiliation (see also from)
King, Elizabeth M.
Lant Pritchett, Michael Woolcock Matt Andrews
Lindauer, David L.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics
Montenegro, Claudio E.
Pritchett, Lant H
Pritchett, Lant H.
Sumarto, Sudarno (1960-)
Summers, Lawrence h
Summers, Lawrence H.
World Bank Policy Research Dept Poverty and Human Resources Division
World Bank. Development Research Group. Poverty and Human Resources
World Bank. Policy Research Department. Poverty and Human Resources Division
`Divergence, Big Time'
`Where Has All the Education Gone?', World Bank Economic Review, 15 (3), 367-91
Assessing aid : what works, what doesn't, and why
Birth Satisfaction Units (BSU): Measuring Cross-National Differences in Human Well-Being
Boom Towns and Ghost Countries: Geography, Agglomeration, and Population Mobility
Capability Traps? The Mechanisms of Persistent Implementation Failure - Working Paper 234
Cents and sociability : household income and social capital in rural Tanzania
Charles Kenny; Getting Better: Why Global Development Is Succeeding—And How We Can Improve the World Even More
Child mortality and public spending on health : how much does money matter?
Civil Liberties, Democracy, and the Performance of Government Projects.
Comment on: Institutions, trade, and growth
Cost of public investment is not the value of public capital
Deals versus rules : policy implementation uncertainty and why firms hate it
Desired fertility and the impact of population policies
Divergence, big time
Does Learning to Add up Add up? The Returns to Schooling in Aggregate Data
Does more for the poor mean less ... 1995:
Does more for the poor mean less for the poor? : the politics of tagging
Does participation improve performance? : empirical evidence from project data
Does participation improve project performance : establishing causality with subjective data
Effect of Household Wealth on Educational Attainment: Evidence from 35 Countries, The
effect of household wealth on educational attainment, The : demographic and health survey evidence
Environmental degradation and the demand for children: searching for the vicious circle in Pakistan
Escaping Capability Traps through Problem-Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA)
Essays in empirical international trade
Estimating wealth effects without expenditure data - or tears : with an application to educational enrollments in states of India
European trade patterns after the transition
evolution of poverty during the crisis in Indonesia, 1996-99, The
Explaining the Cross-National Time Series Variation in Life Expectancy: Income, Women’s Education, Shifts, and What Else?
Gender disparity in South Asia : comparisons between and within countries
Good policy or good luck?: Country growth performance and temporary shocks
Governance and returns on investment : an empirical investigation
Governance and the returns to investment : an empirical investigation
Growth accelerations. -
Health policy in poor countries : weak links in the chain
Household income and social capital in rural Tanzania
How business is done and the'doing business'indicators : the investment climate when firms have climate control
Illusion of Equality: The Educational Consequences of Blinding Weak States, For Example, The
impact of public spending on health: does money matter?, The
Import demand in developing countries, 1988:
In brief: Producing superstars for the economic World Cup
Income per natural: Measuring development as if people mattered more than places
Income per Natural: Measuring Development for People Rather Than Places
Indicator targeting in a political economy: Leakier can be better
Indonesia : seizing the opportunity : economic brief for the Consultative Group on Indonesia
Intra - Sub - Saharan African trade : is it too little?
Is India a Flailing State?: Detours on the Four Lane Highway to Modernization
Is More for the Poor Less for the Poor? The Politics of Means-Tested Targeting
It pays to be ignorant: A simple political economy of rigorous program evaluation
It.s All About MeE: Using Structured Experiential Learning (.e.) to Crawl the Design Space
Let their people come : breaking the gridlock on global labor mobility
Let their people come : breaking the gridlock on international labor mobility
Looking Like a State: Techniques of Persistent Failure in State Capability for Implementation
Measurements of poverty in Indonesia - 1996, 1999, and beyond
Measuring outward orientation in developing countries : can it be done?
Measuring outward orientation in LDCs: Can it be done?
Measuring real exchange rate instability in developing countries : empirical evidence and implications
Microempresa y entorno de negocios, 2005:
Millennium Learning Goal: Measuring Real Progress in Education, A
Mind your p's and q's : the cost of public investment is not the value of public capital
More for the poor is less for the poor : the politics of targeting
Moving out of poverty. Volume 2, Success from the bottom up
National Snapshot of the Social Impact of Indonesia's Crisis, A
Negative Consequences of Overambitious Curricula in Developing Countries - Working Paper 293, The
Ought ain't is: midnight thoughts on education
Patterns of economic growth : hills, plateaus, mountains, and plains
place premium, The : wage differences for identical workers across the US border
Place Premium: Wage Differences for Identical Workers across the U.S. Border, The
place premium wage differences for identical workers across the US border, The
political economy of targeted safety nets, The
Population growth, factor accumulation, and productivity
Quantifying vulnerability to poverty - a proposed measure, applied to Indonesia
Quantifying vulnerability to poverty : a proposed measure, with application to Indonesia
rebirth of education, The : schooling ain't learning
Review of Edward Luce's In Spite of the Gods: The Strange Rise of Modern India, A
Safety nets and safety ropes : comparing the dynamic benefit incidence of two Indonesian "JPS" programs
Safety nets and safety ropes who benefited from two Indonesian crisis programs--the "poor" or the "shocked?"
Safety Nets or Safety Ropes? Dynamic Benefit Incidence of Two Crisis Programs in Indonesia
social impact of the crisis in Indonesia, The : results from a Nationwide kecamatan survey
Solutions When the Solution is the Problem: Arraying the Disarray in Development
Structural-Adjustment Debate., The
Success from the bottom up
Tariff rates, tariff revenue, and tariff reform : some new facts
Teacher Compensation: Can Decentralization to Local Bodies Take India from the Perfect Storm Through Troubled Waters to Clear Sailing?
Towards a New Consensus for Addressing the Global Challenge of the Lack of Education
tyranny of concepts - CUDIE (Cumulated, Depreciated Investment Effort) is NOT capital, The
Understanding Patterns of Economic Growth: Searching for Hills among Plateaus, Mountains, and Plains.
Varieties of Resource Experience: How Natural Resource Export Structures Affect the Political Economy of Economic Growth, The
Varieties of Resource Experience: Natural Resource Export Structures and the Political Economy of Economic Growth, The
Voice lessons : local government organizations, social organizations, and the quality of local governance
Weak Links in the Chain: A Diagnosis of Health Policy in Poor Countries.
Weak Links in the Chain II: A Prescription for Health Policy in Poor Countries
Wealthier is healthier
What education production functions really show : a positive theory of education expenditures
What educational production functions really show : a positive theory of education spending
What's the Big Idea? The Third Generation of Policies for Economic Growth.
Where has all the education gone?
Where in the world is population growth bad?
Who is Not Poor? Dreaming of a World Truly Free of Poverty
Who is not Poor? Proposing a Higher International Standard for Poverty
Contributed to or performed:
INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CRITICAL WRITINGS IN ECONOMICS
JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES
POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPERS- WORLD BANK WPS
POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
WORLD BANK ECONOMIC REVIEW
Supervised by Paul R. Krugman and Richard S. Eckaus
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics, 1989