John A. Maluccio
John A. Maluccio
Professor of Economics, Middlebury College
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Resources at marriage and intrahousehold allocation: Evidence from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, and South Africa
AR Quisumbing, JA Maluccio
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 65 (3), 283-327, 2003
1400*2003
Effect of a nutrition intervention during early childhood on economic productivity in Guatemalan adults
J Hoddinott, JA Maluccio, JR Behrman, R Flores, R Martorell
The lancet 371 (9610), 411-416, 2008
9892008
The impact of improving nutrition during early childhood on education among Guatemalan adults
JA Maluccio, J Hoddinott, JR Behrman, R Martorell, AR Quisumbing, ...
The Economic Journal 119 (537), 734-763, 2009
764*2009
Impact evaluation of a conditional cash transfer program: The Nicaraguan Red de Protección Social
J Maluccio, R Flores
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2005
7542005
Adult consequences of growth failure in early childhood
J Hoddinott, JR Behrman, JA Maluccio, P Melgar, AR Quisumbing, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 98 (5), 1170-1178, 2013
485*2013
Attrition in longitudinal household survey data: some tests for three developing-country samples
H Alderman, JR Behrman, HP Kohler, JA Maluccio, SC Watkins
Demographic research 5, 79-124, 2001
3882001
Social capital and household welfare in South Africa, 1993–98
J Maluccio, L Haddad, J May
The Journal of Development Studies 36 (6), 54-81, 2000
299*2000
Social capital and coping with economic shocks: an analysis of stunting of South African children
MR Carter, JA Maluccio
World Development 31 (7), 1147-1163, 2003
2822003
The cost of poverty alleviation transfer programs: a comparative analysis of three programs in Latin America
N Caldés, D Coady, JA Maluccio
World development 34 (5), 818-837, 2006
2472006
Age-based preventive targeting of food assistance and behaviour change and communication for reduction of childhood undernutrition in Haiti: a cluster randomised trial
MT Ruel, P Menon, JP Habicht, C Loechl, G Bergeron, G Pelto, ...
The Lancet 371 (9612), 588-595, 2008
1962008
Independent and combined effects of improved water, sanitation, and hygiene, and improved complementary feeding, on child stunting and anaemia in rural Zimbabwe: a cluster …
JH Humphrey, MNN Mbuya, R Ntozini, LH Moulton, RJ Stoltzfus, ...
The Lancet Global Health 7 (1), e132-e147, 2019
1942019
The nutrition intervention improved adult human capital and economic productivity
R Martorell, P Melgar, JA Maluccio, AD Stein, JA Rivera
The Journal of nutrition 140 (2), 411-414, 2010
1452010
What determines adult cognitive skills? Influences of pre-school, school, and post-school experiences in Guatemala
JR Behrman, J Hoddinott, JA Maluccio, E Soler-Hampejsek, EL Behrman, ...
Latin American economic review 23 (1), 1-32, 2014
144*2014
The impact of conditional cash transfers on consumption and investment in Nicaragua
JA Maluccio
The Journal of Development Studies 46 (1), 14-38, 2010
1422010
KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study (KIDS) 1993–98: a longitudinal household database for South African policy analysis
J May, MR Carter, L Haddad, JA Maluccio
Development Southern Africa 17 (4), 567-581, 2000
1282000
Trust, membership in groups, and household welfare: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
L Haddad, JA Maluccio
Economic Development and Cultural Change 51 (3), 573-601, 2003
1272003
Eradicating diseases: The effect of conditional cash transfers on vaccination coverage in rural Nicaragua
T Barham, JA Maluccio
Journal of health economics 28 (3), 611-621, 2009
1232009
Coping with the “coffee crisis” in Central America: The role of the Nicaraguan Red de Proteccion Social
JA Maluccio
1232005
Endogeneity of schooling in the wage function
JA Maluccio
FCND discussion papers, 1998
120*1998
Long-Term Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfers: Review of the Evidence
TM Millán, T Barham, K Macours, JA Maluccio, M Stampini
The World Bank Research Observer 34 (1), 119-159, 2019
118*2019
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