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Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Research Program in Development Studies. / Working Papers

Raw citation data, Impact Factor, Immediacy Index, Published documents, Citations received, , Most cited papers , Latest citations and documents published in this series in EconPapers.

Raw data:
IF: Impact Factor: C2Y / D2Y
AIF: Average Impact Factor for series in RePEc in year y
DOC: Number of documents published in year y
CIT: Number of citations to the series in year y
D2Y: Number of articles published in y-1 plus y-2
C2Y: Cites in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
SC(%): Percentage of selft citations in y to articles published in y-1 plus y-2
CiY: Cites in year y to documents published in year y
IdI: Immediacy Index: CiY / Documents.
AII: Average Immediacy Index for series in RePEc in year y
Impact Factor:
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Documents published:
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Most cited documents in this series:

(1) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:213 Prices and poverty in India (2000).
Cited: 21 times.

(2) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:182 Using Experimental Economics to Measure Social Capital and Predict Financial Decisions (2005).
Cited: 14 times.

(3) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:228 Diffusion as a Learning Process: Evidence from HYV Cotton (1994).
Cited: 14 times.

(4) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:184 Poverty and Inequality in India: A Re-Examination (2002).
Cited: 11 times.

(5) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:183 Orphans in Africa: Parental Death, Poverty and School Enrollment (2004).
Cited: 9 times.

(6) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:198 Does Microfinance Really Help the Poor? New Evidence from Flagship Programs in Bangladesh (1998).
Cited: 9 times.

(7) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:181 Social Connections and Group Banking (2005).
Cited: 7 times.

(8) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:226 Poverty among children and the elderly in developing countries (1997).
Cited: 6 times.

(9) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:172 Health in an age of globalization (2004).
Cited: 5 times.

(10) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:179 How to monitor poverty for the Millennium Development Goals (2003).
Cited: 4 times.

(11) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:169 Health and wealth among the poor: India and South Africa compared (2005).
Cited: 4 times.

(12) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:164 The Determinants of Mortality (2005).
Cited: 4 times.

(13) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:162 Child mortality, income and adult height (2007).
Cited: 3 times.

(14) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:186 Estimating Comparable Poverty Counts from Incomparable Surveys: Measuring Poverty in India (2002).
Cited: 3 times.

(15) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:217 Guidelines for Constructing Consumption Aggregates For Welfare Analysis (1999).
Cited: 3 times.

(16) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:180 Entitled to Work: Urban Property Rights and Labor Supply in Peru (2002).
Cited: 3 times.

(17) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:178 Measuring poverty in a growing world (or measuring growth in a poor world) (2004).
Cited: 2 times.

(18) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:173 Purchasing power parity exchange rates from household survey data: India and Indonesia (2004).
Cited: 2 times.

(19) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:174 Medical Compliance and Income-Health Gradients (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(20) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:214 Chutes or Ladders? A Longitudinal Analysis of Immigrant Earnings (2000).
Cited: 1 times.

(21) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:206 The Primacy of Education (2004).
Cited: 1 times.

(22) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:168 The impact of parental death on school enrollment and achievement: Longitudinal evidence from South Africa (2005).
Cited: 1 times.

(23) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:203 Education, Poverty, Political Violence and Terrorism: Is There a Causal Connection? (2002).
Cited: 1 times.

(24) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:227 Election Goals and Income Redistribution: Recent Evidence From Albania (1997).
Cited: 1 times.

(25) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:163 Health and wellbeing in Udaipur and South Africa (2006).
Cited: 1 times.

(26) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:197 Consumption, health, gender and poverty (2002).
Cited: 1 times.

(27) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:176 The Reach of The South African Child Support Grant: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal (2003).
Cited: 1 times.

(28) RePEc:pri:rpdevs:205 Does Money Protect Health Status? Evidence from South African Pensions (2001).
Cited: 1 times.

Latest citations received in: | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

Latest citations received in: 2004

(1) RePEc:dgr:kubcen:2004115 How good is growth for the poor? : the role of the initial income distribution in regional diversity in poverty trends (2004). Tilburg University, Center for Economic Research / Discussion Paper

(2) RePEc:egc:wpaper:897 Adjusting Household Structure: School Enrollment Impacts of Child Fostering in Burkina Faso (2004). Economic Growth Center, Yale University / Working Papers

(3) RePEc:iza:izadps:dp1379 Adjusting Household Structure: School Enrollment Impacts of Child Fostering in Burkina Faso (2004). Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) / IZA Discussion Papers

(4) RePEc:nbr:nberwo:10669 Health in an Age of Globalization (2004). National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc / NBER Working Papers

(5) RePEc:nbr:nberwo:10991 The Gift of the Dying: The Tragedy of AIDS and the Welfare of Future African Generations (2004). National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc / NBER Working Papers

(6) RePEc:qld:uqcepa:08 The Country-Product-Dummy Method: A Stochastic Approach to the Computation of Purchasing Power Parities in the ICP (2004). School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia / CEPA Working Papers Series

Latest citations received in: 2003

Latest citations received in: 2002

(1) RePEc:aea:jecper:v:16:y:2002:i:3:p:89-108 Is Indias Economic Growth Leaving the Poor Behind'DONE' (2002). Journal of Economic Perspectives

(2) RePEc:wbk:wbrwps:2846 Is India s economic growth leaving the poor behind? (2002). The World Bank / Policy Research Working Paper Series

Latest citations received in: 2001

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