Rebel governance and development in El Salvador
How does rebel governance affect long-term development?
How childcare empowers women
Providing access to childcare can help women achieve greater economic parity and enhance their agency, and could also lead to a substantial boost to...
Paid work for women and domestic violence: Evidence from Rwanda
New coffee mills in Rwanda increase women's paid employment, and women's and their husbands' earnings, which decreases domestic...
Research into practice: Lessons from healthcare
Key insights on using research in developing countries to shape global health policy
Can agricultural extensions be discontinued? Evidence from Uganda
How should development programmes that attempt to disseminate improved technologies be phased out?
How monitoring workers can backfire: Evidence from truck drivers in Liberia
Monitoring drivers in Liberia raised effort on average, but broke the trust between managers and well-performing drivers
Mother-father differences in spending on children: Evidence from Uganda
Mothers and fathers spend differently on daughters relative to sons, which can perpetuate the benefits of empowering women today
FDI inflows and domestic firms: Evidence from Vietnam
What are the long-term effects of export opportunities to a large destination market for a low-income country?
How child mortality persists across generations
In developing countries, women with at least one sibling who died in childhood face 39% higher odds of losing a child themselves