CREDIT
Centre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade
  

Research Papers

CREDIT produces research papers largely comprised by Internal and External Research Fellows. They are available for viewing or downloading in PDF format.

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2019

 

2018

CREDIT 18/11: Risk connectivity and risk mitigation: An analytical framework

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Soumyatanu Mukherjee and Sidhartha S Padhi

CREDIT 18/09: Sectoral choice and selectivity

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Nirodha Bandara, Simon Appleton and Trudy Owens examine labour force participation decisions and earnings across employment sectors in Sri Lanka and how they vary by gender.

CREDIT 18/08: Rates of return to education in Sri Lanka

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Nirodha Bandara, Simon Appleton and Trudy Owens

CREDIT 18/07: Decomposing the urban-rural welfare gap in Sri Lanka

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Nirodha Bandara, Simon Appleton and Trudy Owens

CREDIT 18/06: Two decades of declining poverty but rising inequality in Laos

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Peter Warr, Sitthiroth Rasphone and Jayant Menon

 

2017 

CREDIT 17/08: Training to teach science: experimental evidence from Argentina

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Facundo Albornoz, María Victoria Anauati, Melina Furman, Mariana Luzuriaga, María Eugenia Podestá, Inés Taylor

CREDIT 17/05: Collective action when public good returns are heterogeneous

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Abigail Barr, Trudy Owens and Ashira Perera

CREDIT 17/03 The economic impact of political instability and mass civil protest

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Samer Matta, Simon Appleton and Michael Bleaney use synthetic control methodology, which constructs a counterfactual in the absence of political instability, to estimate the output effect of 38 regime crises in the period 1970-2011.

 

2016

 

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