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2010 ‘Caste Dominance and Economic Performance in Rural India’ Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) Discussion Paper 10-01 (with Vegard Iversen, Adriaan Kalwij and Amaresh Dubey)
2010 ‘Do Spouses Realise Cooperative Gains? Experimental Evidence from Rural Uganda’ CBESS Discussion Paper 10-02 (with Vegard Iversen, Cecile Jackson, Bereket Kebede and Alistair Munro)
2009 ‘A Test of the Experimental Method’ CBESS Discussion Paper 09-17 (with Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap and Daniel John Zizzo).
2009 ‘Gender and Trade: A Review of Theory and Evidence’ DEV Working Paper 17 (with Elissaios Papyrakis and Arlette Covarrubias).
2009 ‘Out-Group Favouritism’ Working Paper, Social Science Research Network (with Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap and Daniel John Zizzo).
Harrison, G.W., Humphrey, S. J., and Verschoor, A. 2010. Choice under Uncertainty: Evidence from Ethiopia, India and Uganda. Economic Journal, 120(March), 80–104
Iversen, V., Sen, K. Verschoor, A. Dubey, A. 2009. Job Recruitment Networks and Migration to Cities in India. Journal of Development Studies, 45(4), 522–543
Chant, L., McDonald, S. and Verschoor, A. 2008 .Some Consequences of the 1994/95 Coffee Boom for Growth and Poverty Reduction in Uganda. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 59(1), 93-113
Dubey, A. and Verschoor, A. 2007. Does Intra-household Discrimination Account for the Bulk of India’s Missing Women? Journal of South Asian Development, 2(1), 1-18
Kalwij, A. and Verschoor, A. 2007. Not by Growth Alone: The Role of the Distribution of Income in Regional Diversity in Poverty Reduction. European Economic Review, 51(4), 805-829
Verschoor, A. 2007. The Trojan Horse Principle in Development Assistance: A Reading of Uganda’s Experience with Aid. Review of Development Economics, 11(1), 78-91
Verschoor, A. and Kalwij, A. 2006. Aid, Social Policies and Pro-Poor Growth. Journal of International Development, 18(4), 519-532
Mosley, P. and Verschoor, A. 2005. Risk Attitudes and the ‘Vicious Circle of Poverty’. European Journal of Development Research, 17(1), 59-88.
Gomanee, K., Morrissey, O., Mosley, P. and Verschoor, A. 2005. Aid, Government Expenditure and Aggregate Welfare. World Development, 33(3), 355-370
Humphrey, S.J. and Verschoor, A. 2004. The Probability-Weighting Function: Experimental Evidence from Uganda, India and Ethiopia. Economics Letters 84, 419-425
Mosley, P., Hudson, J. and Verschoor, A. 2004. Aid, Poverty Reduction and the ‘New Conditionality’. Economic Journal, 114(June), F217-243
Humphrey, S.J. and Verschoor, A. 2004. Decision-Making under Risk among Small Farmers in East Uganda. Journal of African Economies, 13(1), 44-101
Verschoor, A. 2008. Gender Relations and Female Labour Supply in East Uganda. Pp. 141-170 (chapter 6) in Sara Horrell, Hazel Johnson and Paul Mosley, Work, Female Empowerment and Economic Development, London: Routledge.
Kalwij, A. and Verschoor, A. 2007. Globalization and Poverty Trends across Regions: The Role of Variation in the Income and Inequality Elasticities of Poverty. Pp. 94-117 (chapter 4) in Machiko Nissanke and Erik Thorbecke (eds.) The Impact of Globalization on the World’s Poor: Transmission Mechanisms, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Morrissey, O. and Verschoor, A. 2006. What Does Ownership Mean in Practice? Policy Learning and the Evolution of Pro-Poor Policies in Uganda. Pp. 276-291 (Chapter 13) in: Alberto Paloni and Maurizio Zanardi (eds.), The IMF, the World Bank and Policy Reforms. New York, Routledge (with Oliver Morrissey).
Patricia Agupusi; ‘SMEs Promotion as a Strategy for Empowerment: Implications for the Socio-economic Integration of historically Disadvantaged Groups in South Africa’
Maren Duvendack; ‘Micro-finance in India’
Fabiola Lopez Gomez; ‘Outsourcing in the Mexican Auto Industry: Effects on the Structure of the Industry and Technology Upgrading of Local Suppliers’
Baruch Ramirez; ‘Between Pro-growth and and Pro-poor Strategies for Poverty Reduction: A Revision of the Mexican Experience 1984-2004’
Gabriel Santos Navarro; ‘Knowledge Flows Within Industrial Clusters/Industrial Development’
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