Publications in Peer Reviewed Academic Journals

Better roads, better off?: Evidence on upgrading roads in Tanzania, World Bank Economic Review, accepted. (articleWP)

Returns to farm child labor in Tanzania, with P. André and E. Delesalle, World Development, 2021, Vol 138, pp. 105-181. (articleWP)

Household resources and individual strategies, with S. Deschênes and S. Lambert, World Development, 2020, Vol 135, November, pp.1-17. (articleWP

Productivity Shocks and Child Labor: the Role of Credit and Labor Markets, Economic Development and Cultural Change, forthcoming. 2020, Vol 68(3), April, pp.763-812. (article)

How does birth weight affect health and human capital? A short- and long-term evaluation, with Marie Baguet, Health Economics, 2019, Vol 28, April, pp.597–617. (articleWP)

"Sex in Marriage is a Divine Gift"? Evidence on the Quantity-Quality Trade-Off from the Manila Contraceptive Ban, with Arnaud Lefranc, World Bank Economic Review, 2019, Vol 33(1), pp.259–285. (article)

Market imperfections and child labor, World Development, 2013, Vol 42, February, pp.127-142. (article)

Does Work Impede Child Learning? The Case of Senegal, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 2012, Vol 60(4), pp.773-793. (article)

Educational achievement and socioeconomic background: causality and mechanisms in Senegal, with Sylvie Lambert, Journal of African Economies, 2011, Vol 20(1), pp.1-26. (article)

Chocs et dynamiques des choix d’allocation du temps des enfants au Sénégal, Cahiers du Cedimes, April 2010.

Why do parents make their children work? A test of the poverty hypothesis in rural areas of Burkina Faso, Oxford Economic Papers, 2007, Vol 59 (2), April, pp.301-329. (article)

Analysis of parental decisions on child labour: the case of Brazil, (only available in French): Revue d’Economie du Developpement , 2004, Vol 12, janvier, pp.71-99. (article)