Evans D. Popova A. 2017. “Cash Transfers and Temptation Goods.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (2): 189-221. LINK

Daidone S. Davis B. Handa S. Winters P.. 2017. “The Household and Individual-Level Economic Impacts of Cash Transfer Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa: Synthesis Report.” Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome. LINK

 

Baird S. Ferreira F. Özler B. Woolcock M.. 2014. “Conditional, Unconditional and Everything in Between: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Cash Transfer Programmes on Schooling Outcomes.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 6 (1): 1–43. LINK

 

Hidrobo M. Hoddinott J. Kumar N. Olivier M.. 2018. “Social Protection, Food Security, and Asset Formation.” World Development 101: 88–103 LINK

Palermo T. Handa S. Peterman A. Prencipe L. Seidenfeld D.. 2016. “Unconditional Government Social Cash Transfer in Africa Does Not Increase Fertility.” Journal of Population Economics  29 (4): 1083–111. LINK

 

Handa S. Peterman A. Huang C. Halpern C. T. Pettifor A. Thirumurthy H.. 2015. “Impact of the Kenya Cash Transfer for Orphans and Vulnerable Children on Early Pregnancy and Marriage of Adolescent Girls.” Social Science & Medicine 141: 36–45. LINK

 

Heinrich C. Hoddinott J. Samson M.. 2017. “Reducing Adolescent Risky Behaviors in a High-Risk Context: the Effects of Unconditional Cash Transfers in South Africa.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (4): 619–52 LINK

Thome K. Taylor J. E. Filipski M. Davis B. Handa S.. 2016. “The Local Economy Impacts of Social Cash Transfers: A Comparative Analysis of Seven Sub-Saharan Countries.” Working Paper, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome. LINK

Banerjee A. Hanna R. Kreindler G. Olken B. A.. 2017. “Debunking the Stereotype of the Lazy Welfare Recipient: Evidence from Cash Transfer Programs Worldwide.” World Bank Research Observer 32 (2): 155–84. LINK

 

Salehi-Isfahani D. Mostafavi-Dehzooei MH. 2018. Cash transfers and labor supply: Evidence from a large scale program in Iran Journal of Development Economics 135: 349-367. LINK

Plavgo I. de Milliano M. Handa S.. 2013. “The Cost of Social Cash Transfer Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Transfer Project Brief, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. LINK

 

Bruni LM, Guven M, Monsalve E. 2018. “Harnessing Resources to Expand and Sustain Social Safety Nets.” Chapter 5 in Beegle, K. et al. Realizing the Full Potential of Social Safety Nets in Africa, World Bank, Washington DC. LINK

Evans D. Popova A. 2017. “Cash Transfers and Temptation Goods.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (2): 189-221. LINK

 

Daidone S. Davis B. Handa S. Winters P.. 2017. “The Household and Individual-Level Economic Impacts of Cash Transfer Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa: Synthesis Report.” Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome. LINK

 

Baird S. Ferreira F. Özler B. Woolcock M.. 2014. “Conditional, Unconditional and Everything in Between: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Cash Transfer Programmes on Schooling Outcomes.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 6 (1): 1–43. LINK

 

Hidrobo M. Hoddinott J. Kumar N. Olivier M.. 2018. “Social Protection, Food Security, and Asset Formation.” World Development 101: 88–103 LINK

 

Palermo T. Handa S. Peterman A. Prencipe L. Seidenfeld D.. 2016. “Unconditional Government Social Cash Transfer in Africa Does Not Increase Fertility.” Journal of Population Economics  29 (4): 1083–111. LINK

 

Handa S. Peterman A. Huang C. Halpern C. T. Pettifor A. Thirumurthy H.. 2015. “Impact of the Kenya Cash Transfer for Orphans and Vulnerable Children on Early Pregnancy and Marriage of Adolescent Girls.” Social Science & Medicine 141: 36–45. LINK

 

Heinrich C. Hoddinott J. Samson M.. 2017. “Reducing Adolescent Risky Behaviors in a High-Risk Context: the Effects of Unconditional Cash Transfers in South Africa.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 65 (4): 619–52 LINK

 

Thome K. Taylor J. E. Filipski M. Davis B. Handa S.. 2016. “The Local Economy Impacts of Social Cash Transfers: A Comparative Analysis of Seven Sub-Saharan Countries.” Working Paper, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome. LINK

 

Banerjee A. Hanna R. Kreindler G. Olken B. A.. 2017. “Debunking the Stereotype of the Lazy Welfare Recipient: Evidence from Cash Transfer Programs Worldwide.” World Bank Research Observer 32 (2): 155–84. LINK

 

Salehi-Isfahani D. Mostafavi-Dehzooei MH. 2018. Cash transfers and labor supply: Evidence from a large scale program in Iran Journal of Development Economics 135: 349-367. LINK

 

Plavgo I. de Milliano M. Handa S.. 2013. “The Cost of Social Cash Transfer Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Transfer Project Brief, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. LINK

 

Bruni LM, Guven M, Monsalve E. 2018. “Harnessing Resources to Expand and Sustain Social Safety Nets.” Chapter 5 in Beegle, K. et al. Realizing the Full Potential of Social Safety Nets in Africa, World Bank, Washington DC. LINK