Nancy Birdsall
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Disease control priorities in developing countries
DT Jamison, JG Breman, AR Measham, G Alleyne, M Claeson, DB Evans, ...
World Bank Publications, 2006
Inequality and growth reconsidered: lessons from East Asia
N Birdsall, D Ross, R Sabot
The World Bank Economic Review 9 (3), 477-508, 1995
The quality of schooling: Quantity alone is misleading
JR Behrman, N Birdsall
The American Economic Review 73 (5), 928-946, 1983
Trade policy and industrial pollution in Latin America: where are the pollution havens?
N Birdsall, D Wheeler
The Journal of Environment & Development 2 (1), 137-149, 1993
Asset inequality matters: an assessment of the World Bank's approach to poverty reduction
N Birdsall, JL Londo˝o
The American Economic Review 87 (2), 32-37, 1997
Investing in Development A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals: Overview
JD Sachs, A Binagwaho, N Birdsall, J Broekmans, M Chowdhury, P Garau, ...
Routledge, 2019
Population matters: demographic change, economic growth, and poverty in the developing world
N Birdsall, AC Kelley, SW Sinding, S Sinding
Oxford University Press, 2001
Financing health services in developing countries: an agenda for reform
JS Akin, N Birdsall, DM De Ferranti
World Bank Publications, 1987
Winners and losers: assessing the distributional impact of privatization
N Birdsall, J Nellis
World development 31 (10), 1617-1633, 2003
Intergenerational mobility in Latin America [with comments]
JR Behrman, A Gaviria, M SzÚkely, N Birdsall, S Galiani
Economia 2 (1), 1-44, 2001
Stuck in tunnel: Is globalization muddling the middle?
N Birdsall, C Graham, S Pettinato
Brookings Institution Center Working Paper, 2000
East Asian miracle: Economic growth and public policy
World Bank. Policy Research Department, N Birdsall, J Page
World Bank, Policy Research Department, 1993
Economic approaches to population growth
N Birdsall
Handbook of development economics 1, 477-542, 1988
Does the invisible hand need a transparent glove?
A Florini
World Bank, 2000
Towards universal primary education: investments, incentives, and institutions
N Birdsall, R Levine, A Ibrahim
European Journal of Education 40 (3), 337-349, 2005
Public spending on higher education in developing countries: too much or too little?
N Birdsall
Economics of Education Review 15 (4), 407-419, 1996
Seven Deadly Sins: Reflections on Donor Failings
N Birdsall
Reform and Growth: Evaluating the World Bank Experience, 181, 2004
The post-Washington consensus: Development after the crisis
N Birdsall, F Fukuyama
Foreign Affairs, 45-53, 2011
The (indispensable) middle class in developing countries; or, the rich and the rest, not the poor and the rest
N Birdsall
EQUITY IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD, Ravi Kanbur and Michael Spence, eds., Worldá…, 2010
How to help poor countries
N Birdsall, D Rodrik, A Subramanian
Foreign affairs, 136-152, 2005
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