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Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes? : Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)

Changes in food prices – triggered frequently by natural disasters, macroeconomic shocks or regional market disruptions– can lead to large household welfare effects. ... See More +

Brief 137631 JUN 01, 2019

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Pullabhotla,Hemant Kumar Disclosed

Disclosable Version of the ISR - Costa Rica Integrated System of Household Surveys - P163431 - Sequence No : 02 (English)

Implementation Status and Results Report ISR36382 APR 03, 2019

Caruso,German Daniel Disclosed

Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)

Thanks to strong economic growth over the last two decades, poverty in Mozambique has decreased and the average household is now more likely to access basic education, health, and housing. ... See More +

Brief 135125 MAR 06, 2019

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu Disclosed

Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)

This paper investigates the effects of multiple weather shocks on household welfare in Mozambique, as well as some of the coping responses and price mechanisms at play. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS8667 DEC 06, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu Disclosed

Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)

This paper investigates the effects of multiple weather shocks on household welfare in Mozambique, as well as some of the coping responses and price mechanisms at play. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 132800 DEC 01, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu Disclosed

Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes ? Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)

With a large share of the population dependent on agriculture and high exposure to natural disasters and other food price shocks, the welfare impacts of food price inflation in Mozambique cannot be ignored. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS8612 OCT 12, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Pullabhotla,Hemant Kumar Disclosed

Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes? Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)

With a large share of the population dependent on agriculture and high exposure to natural disasters and other food price shocks, the welfare impacts of food price inflation in Mozambique cannot be ignored. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 131467 OCT 01, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Pullabhotla,Hemant Kumar Disclosed

Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth : Overview (English)

Mozambique has experienced strong and sustained economic growth in the last two decades. Growth of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded at an annual average rate of 7.2 percent between 2000 and 2016, making it one of the fastest-growing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). ... See More +

Poverty Assessment 131218 OCT 01, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu; Myers,Cara Ann Disclosed

Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth : Overview (Portuguese)

Mozambique has experienced strong and sustained economic growth in the last two decades. Growth of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded at an annual average rate of 7.2 percent between 2000 and 2016, making it one of the fastest-growing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). ... See More +

Poverty Assessment 131218 OCT 01, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu; Myers,Cara Ann Disclosed

Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth (Vol. 2) (English)

Mozambique has experienced strong and sustained economic growth in the last two decades. Growth of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded at an annual average rate of 7.2 percent between 2000 and 2016, making it one of the fastest-growing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). ... See More +

Poverty Assessment 131218 APR 01, 2018

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu; Myers,Cara Ann Disclosed

Tracing back the weather origins of human welfare: evidence from Mozambique (English)

Mozambique is among the African countries most exposed to weather-related hazards. Using detailed gridded precipitation data for individuals' birth-year and birth-district, this study investigates the effects of extreme rainfall anomalies around the time of birth on long-run well-being. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS8167 AUG 14, 2017

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu Disclosed

Tracing back the weather origins of human welfare : evidence from Mozambique (English)

Mozambique is among the African countries most exposed to weather-related hazards. Using detailed gridded precipitation data for individuals’ birth-year and birth-district, this study investigates the effects of extreme rainfall anomalies around the time of birth on long-run well-being. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 125565 AUG 01, 2017

Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel; Niu,Chiyu Disclosed

But … what is the poverty rate today? testing poverty nowcasting methods in Latin America and the Caribbean (English)

Poverty estimates usually lag behind two years, which makes it difficult to provide real-time poverty analysis to assess the impact of economic crisis and shocks among the less well-off, and subsequently limits policy responses. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS8104 JUN 19, 2017

Castaneda, R. Andres; Caruso,German Daniel; Malasquez,Eduardo; Lucchetti,Leonardo Ramiro; Scot,Thiago Disclosed

But what is the poverty rate today? : testing poverty nowcasting methods in Latin America and the Caribbean (English)

Poverty estimates usually lag behind two years, which makes it difficult to provide real-time poverty analysis to assess the impact of economic crisis and shocks among the less well-off, and subsequently limits policy responses. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 125699 JUN 01, 2017

Caruso,German Daniel; Lucchetti,Leonardo Ramiro; Malasquez Carbonel,Eduardo Alonso; Scot,Thiago; Castaneda,R. Andres Disclosed

Heat exposure and youth migration in Central America and the Caribbean (English)

Emerging evidence demonstrates migration may be used by individuals in the southern hemisphere to adapt to environmental changes. The authors build upon recent work in the region using a similar triple difference-in-difference quasi-experimental design and dataset to test whether repeated and or prolonged heat exposure affect inter-province migration. ... See More +

Journal Article 122568 MAY 01, 2017

Niu,Chiyu; Mueller,Valerie Martina; Baez Ramirez,Javier Eduardo; Caruso,German Daniel Disclosed

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Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes? : Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)
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JUN 01, 2019 137631 Brief
Disclosable Version of the ISR - Costa Rica Integrated System of Household Surveys - P163431 - Sequence No : 02 (English)
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APR 03, 2019 ISR36382 Implementation Status and Results Report
Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)
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MAR 06, 2019 135125 Brief
Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)
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DEC 06, 2018 WPS8667 Policy Research Working Paper
Extreme Weather and Poverty Risk : Evidence from Multiple Shocks in Mozambique (English)
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DEC 01, 2018 132800 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes ? Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)
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OCT 12, 2018 WPS8612 Policy Research Working Paper
Who Wins and Who Loses from Staple Food Price Spikes? Welfare Implications for Mozambique (English)
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OCT 01, 2018 131467 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth : Overview (English)
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OCT 01, 2018 131218 Poverty Assessment
Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth : Overview (Portuguese)
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OCT 01, 2018 131218 Poverty Assessment
Mozambique Poverty Assessment : Strong But Not Broadly Shared Growth (Vol. 2) (English)
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APR 01, 2018 131218 Poverty Assessment
Tracing back the weather origins of human welfare: evidence from Mozambique (English)
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AUG 14, 2017 WPS8167 Policy Research Working Paper
Tracing back the weather origins of human welfare : evidence from Mozambique (English)
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AUG 01, 2017 125565 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
But … what is the poverty rate today? testing poverty nowcasting methods in Latin America and the Caribbean (English)
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JUN 19, 2017 WPS8104 Policy Research Working Paper
But what is the poverty rate today? : testing poverty nowcasting methods in Latin America and the Caribbean (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 125699 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Heat exposure and youth migration in Central America and the Caribbean (English)
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MAY 01, 2017 122568 Journal Article