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Number of items: 10.

2000

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2000): A Note on the Analysis of Female Headed Households in Developing Countries. Published in: Technical Bulletin of Faculty of Horticulture Chiba University No. 54 (2000): pp. 125-138.

May 2000

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2000): Politics and Economics of Land Reform in the Philippines: a survey.

2001

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2001): The Net Impact of the Female Secondary School Stipend Program in Bangladesh.

February 2003

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2003): Pathways from Poverty toward Middle Class: Determinants of Socio-economic Class Mobility in the Rural Philippines.

March 2003

Khandker, Shahidur and Pitt, Mark and Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2003): Subsidy to Promote Girls' Secondary Education: The Female Stipend Program in Bangladesh.

2004

Banik, Pabitra and Edmonds, Christopher and Fuwa, Nobuhiko and Kam, Suan Pheng and Villano, Lorena and Bagchi, D.K. (2004): Natural Resource Endowments, Subsistence Agriculture, and Poverty in the Chhotanagpur Plateau.

2005

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2005): Intrahousehold Analysis Using Household Consumption Data: Would the Potential Benefit of Collecting Individual-Level Consumption Data Justify Its Cost?

2008

Fuwa, Nobuhiko and Sajise, Asa (2008): Exploring Environmental Services Incentive Policies for the Philippine Rice Sector: The Case of Intra-Species Agro Biodiversity Conservation.

18 September 2010

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2010): Should We Track Migrant Households When Collecting Household Panel Data?:Household Relocation, Economic Mobility and Attrition Biases in the Rural Philippines. Forthcoming in: American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2011)

17 February 2014

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2014): Pro-Girl Bias in Intrahousehold Allocation in the Rural Philippines: Revisiting the ‘adult goods’ approach. Forthcoming in: Review of Development Economics

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