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ISNI: 
0000 0001 0896 278X
Name: 
Appleton, S.
Appleton, Simon,
Dates: 
1965-
Creation class: 
article
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
African Development Bank Group
Collier, Paul
Horsnell, Paul (1961-)
Institut mondial de recherche sur l'économie du développement
Manda, Damiano Kulundu
Ndulu, B.J.
Ndulu, Benno Joseph
Teal, Francis
University of Oxford
Van de Walle, Nicolas (1957-)
World Institute for Development Economics Research
Titles: 
Agenda for Africa's economic renewal
Agriculture and the macroeconomy : consequences of negative external shocks in Ghana and the Côte d'Ivoire: 1979-87
Education and agricultural productivity : evidence from Uganda
Educational expansion and economic decline : returns to education in Kenya, 1978-1995
Gender, education, and employment in Côte d'Ivoire, 1990:
gender wage gap in three African countries, The
Human capital and economic development
Impact of Public Services on Health Care and Illness, The : A Treatment Effects Model with Sample Selectivity
impact of public services on health care and morbidity, The : evidence from Kenya
interaction between poverty and gender in human capital accumulation, The : the case of the primary leaving examination in Côte d'Ivoire
Problems of measuring changes in poverty over time : the case of Uganda 1989-1992
Problems of Measuring Changes in Poverty over Time : The Case of Uganda 1989-92
Regional or national poverty lines? : the case of Uganda in the 1990s
Rich Are Just Like Us, Only Richer', `The : Poverty Functions or Consumption Functions?
rich are just like us, only richer': poverty functions or consumption functions?, 'The
Socio-economic determinants of education, health and fertility in Africa
Socio-economic factors, fertility and its proximate determinants in the Côte d'Ivoire
User fees, expenditure restructuring, and voucher systems in education
Women-headed households and household welfare : an empirical deconstruction for Uganda
Contributed to or performed: 
IDS BULLETIN
JOURNAL OF AFRICAN ECONOMIES
WIDER WORKING PAPERS WP
WORLD DEVELOPMENT -OXFORD-
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Thesis (Ph.D.)
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VIAF LC NSK NUKAT
BOWKER
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