Sudhanshu Handa
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The experience of conditional cash transfers in Latin America and the Caribbean
S Handa, B Davis
Development policy review 24 (5), 513-536, 2006
Raising primary school enrolment in developing countries: The relative importance of supply and demand
S Handa
Journal of development Economics 69 (1), 103-128, 2002
An assessment of propensity score matching as a nonexperimental impact estimator: Evidence from Mexico’s PROGRESA program
JJ Diaz, S Handa
Journal of human resources 41 (2), 319-345, 2006
From evidence to action: the story of cash transfers and impact evaluation in sub Saharan Africa
B Davis, S Handa, N Hypher, NW Rossi, P Winters, J Yablonski
Oxford University Press, 2016
The government of Kenya's cash transfer program reduces the risk of sexual debut among young people age 15-25
S Handa, CT Halpern, A Pettifor, H Thirumurthy
PloS one 9 (1), e85473, 2014
Livelihood empowerment against poverty program impact evaluation
S Handa, M Park, RO Darko, I Osei-Akoto, B Davis, S Daidone
Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, 2013
The economics of rotating savings and credit associations: evidence from the JamaicanPartner'
S Handa, C Kirton
Journal of development Economics 60 (1), 173-194, 1999
Expenditure behavior and children's welfare: An analysis of female headed households in Jamaica
S Handa
Journal of development Economics 50 (1), 165-187, 1996
Impact of the Kenya Cash Transfer for Orphans and Vulnerable Children on early pregnancy and marriage of adolescent girls
S Handa, A Peterman, C Huang, C Halpern, A Pettifor, H Thirumurthy
Social science & medicine 141, 36-45, 2015
Effects of a large-scale unconditional cash transfer program on mental health outcomes of young people in Kenya
K Kilburn, H Thirumurthy, CT Halpern, A Pettifor, S Handa
Journal of Adolescent Health 58 (2), 223-229, 2016
Maternal education and child height
S Handa
Economic Development and Cultural Change 47 (2), 421-439, 1999
Cash transfer programme, productive activities and labour supply: evidence from a randomised experiment in Kenya
S Asfaw, B Davis, J Dewbre, S Handa, P Winters
The journal of development studies 50 (8), 1172-1196, 2014
Can unconditional cash transfers raise long-term living standards? Evidence from Zambia
S Handa, L Natali, D Seidenfeld, G Tembo, B Davis, ...
Journal of Development Economics 133, 42-65, 2018
Gender, headship and intrahousehold resource allocation
S Handa
World development 22 (10), 1535-1547, 1994
Myth-busting? Confronting six common perceptions about unconditional cash transfers as a poverty reduction strategy in Africa
S Handa, S Daidone, A Peterman, B Davis, A Pereira, T Palermo, ...
The World Bank Research Observer 33 (2), 259-298, 2018
Cash transfers and child nutrition: pathways and impacts
R De Groot, T Palermo, S Handa, LP Ragno, A Peterman
Development policy review: the journal of the Overseas Development Institute …, 2017
Opening up Pandora’s box: The effect of gender targeting and conditionality on household spending behavior in Mexico’s Progresa program
S Handa, A Peterman, B Davis, M Stampini
World Development 37 (6), 1129-1142, 2009
Poverty and perceived stress: Evidence from two unconditional cash transfer programs in Zambia
L Hjelm, S Handa, J de Hoop, T Palermo, CGP Zambia, MCPE Teams
Social science & medicine 177, 110-117, 2017
Cash for women’s empowerment? A mixed-methods evaluation of the government of Zambia’s child grant program
J Bonilla, RC Zarzur, S Handa, C Nowlin, A Peterman, H Ring, ...
World Development 95, 55-72, 2017
Impact of cash transfer programs on food security and nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa: A cross-country analysis
S Tiwari, S Daidone, MA Ruvalcaba, E Prifti, S Handa, B Davis, O Niang, ...
Global Food Security 11, 72-83, 2016
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