- Handa S, Daidone S, Peterman A, Davis B, Pereira A, Palermo T, Yablonski J on behalf of the Transfer Project (2018). Myth-busting? Confronting Six Common Perceptions about Unconditional Cash Transfers as a Poverty Reduction Strategy in Africa. World Bank Research Observer, 33(2): 259 – 298.
- Prifti E, Estruch E Daidone S and Davis B. (2018). How much is too much: Does the size of income support transfers affect labor supply? Journal of Policy Modeling (In Press).
- Dammert AC, de Hoop J, Mvukiyehe E and Rosati FC. (2018). Effects of public policy on child labor: Current knowledge, gaps, and implications for program design. World Development,110: 104 – 123.
- Buller AM, Peterman A, Ranganathan M, Bleile A, Hidrobo M and Heise L. (2018). A mixed-method review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries. The World Bank Research Observer, 33(2).
- Pace N, Daidone S, Davis B and Pellerano L. (2018). Shaping Cash Transfer Impacts Through ‘Soft-Conditions’: Evidence from Lesotho. Journal of African Economies, ejy009.
- Kilburn K, Prencipe L, Hjelm L, Peterman A, Handa S and Palermo T. (2018). Examination of performance of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale Short Form 10 among African youth in poor, rural households. BMC Psychiatry, 18(201).
- Prifti E, Estruch E, Daidone S and Davis B. (2018). How Differences in Cash Transfer Sizes Affect Work Allocation Decisions: Evidence from Cross‐Country Comparisons in SSA. Labour, 32(3): 395-426.
- de Groot R, Yiryele Kuunyem M and Palermo T on behalf of the Ghana LEAP 1000 Evaluation Team. (2018). Child marriage and associated outcomes in Northern Ghana: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health,18(285).
- Natali L, Handa S, Peterman A, Seidenfeld D and Tembo G on behalf of the Zambia Cash Transfer Evaluation Team. (2018). Does money buy happiness? Evidence from an unconditional cash transfer in Zambia. SSM – Population Health, 4: 225 – 235.
- Kilburn K, Handa S, Angeles G, Tsoka M and Mvula P. (2018). Paying for Happiness: Experimental Results from a Large Cash Transfer Program in Malawi. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 37(2): 331-356.
- Handa S, Natali L, Seidenfeld D, Tembo G, Davis B on behalf of the Zambia Cash Transfer Evaluation Study Team. (2018). Can unconditional cash transfers raise long-term living standards? Evidence from Zambia. Journal of Development Economics,133: 42-65.
- Zietz S, de Hoop J and Handa S. (2018). The role of productive activities in the lives of adolescents: Photovoice evidence from Malawi. Children and Youth Services Review, 86: 246-255.
- Bhalla G, Hnda S, Angeles G and Seidenfeld D. (2018). The effect of cash transfers and household vulnerability on food security in Zimbabwe. Food Policy, 74: 82-99.
- de Hoop J, Friedman J, Kandpal E and Rosati FC. (2018). Child Schooling and Child Work in the Presence of a Partial Education Subsidy. The Journal of Human Resources (In press).
Working & Position Papers
- Buller AM, Peterman A, Ranganathan M, Bleile A, Hidrobo M and Heise l. (2018). A mixed-method review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low and middle income countries. Innocenti Working Paper 2018-02. UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti. Florence, Italy.
- Nesbitt-Ahmed Z, Pozarny P and de la O Campos AP. (2018). Qualitative research on the impacts of social protection on rural women’s economic empowerment. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.