Brück, T., N.T.N. Ferguson, V. Izzi and W. Stojetz (2017): “Do Jobs Aid Peace? The Impact of Employment Interventions on Peace, Security and Stability.” Great Insights Magazine 6(1)
Esenaliev, D. and N.T.N. Ferguson (2017). “The Impact of Job Quality on Wellbeing: Evidence from Wageworkers and the Self-Employed in Kyrgyzstan”. University of Central Asia Working Paper; Nr. 41.
Brück, T., P. Justino and C. P. Martin-Shields (2017). “Conflict and development: Recent research advances and future agendas”. WIDER Working Paper, Nr. 2017/178, October.
Baliki, G., T. Brück, N. T. N. Ferguson and S. W. Kebede (2017). “Micro-Foundations of Fragility: Concepts, Measurement and Application”. AERC, Nairobi.
de Groot, O.J., C. Bozzoli and T. Brück, (2015). “The Global Economic Burden of Violent Conflict”. HiCN Working Papers, Nr. 199.
Esenaliev, D. and G. Kisunko (2015). “Local budget transparency and participation: evidence from the Kyrgyz Republic.” Policy Research Working Paper; no. WPS 7154. Washington, DC: World Bank Group.
Puri, J., A. Aladysheva, V. Iversen, Y. Ghorpade and T. Brück (2014). “What Methods May Be Used in Impact Evaluations of Humanitarian Assistance?”. 3ie Working Paper, Nr. 22.
Schubert, M. and T. Brück (2014). ”The Perception of Lethal Risks – Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment”. IZA Discussion Papers, Nr. 8578.
Brück, T., M. Di Maio and S. Miaari (2014). “Learning the Hard Way: The Effect of Violent Conflict on Student Academic Achievement”. HiCN Working Papers, Nr. 185.
Brück, T. and N. Ferguson (2014). “Money Can’t Buy Love but Can it Buy Peace? Evidence from the EU Programme for Peace and Reconciliation”. HiCN Working Papers, Nr. 177.
Brück, T. and D. Esenaliev (2013). “Post-Socialist Transition and the Intergenerational Transmission of Education in Kyrgyzstan”. IZA Discussion Papers, Nr. 7318.
Brück, T. and S. Workneh Kebede (2013). “Dynamics and Drivers of Consumption and Multidimensional Poverty: Evidence from Rural Ethiopia”. IZA Discussion Papers, Nr. 7364.
HiCN Working Papers
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