Items where Author is "Ghani, Ejaz"

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Duranton, Gilles ; Ghani, Ejaz ; Goswami, Arti Grover ; Kerr, William (2015) The Misallocation of Land and Other Factors of Production in India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; Tewari, Ishani (2014) Regional Diversity and Inclusive Growth in Indian Cities.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Goswami, Arti Grover ; Kerr, William R. (2014) Spatial Dynamics of Electricity Usage in India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; O’Connell, Stephen D. (2013) The Exceptional Persistence of India's Unorganized Sector.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Iyer, Lakshmi ; Mishra, Saurabh (2013) Promoting Shared Prosperity in South Asia.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; O'Connell, Stephen D. (2013) Promoting Women's Economic Participation in India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; O’Connell, Stephen D. (2013) Political Reservations and Women’s Entrepreneurship in India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Mani, Anandi ; O'Connell, Stephen D. (2013) Can Political Empowerment Help Economic Empowerment? Women Leaders and Female Labor Force Participation in India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; Stanton, Christopher (2013) Diasporas and Outsourcing: Evidence from oDesk and India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; Tewari, Ishani (2013) Specialization, Diversity, and Indian Manufacturing Growth.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Kerr, William R. ; O’Connell, Stephen D. (2012) What Explains Big Gender Disparities in India? Local Industrial Structures and Female Entrepreneurship.

Desmet, Klaus ; Ghani, Ejaz ; O'Connell, Stephen D. ; Rossi-Hansberg, Esteban (2012) The Spatial Development of India.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Iyer, Lakshmi (2010) Conflict and Development: Lessons from South Asia.

Ghani, Ejaz ; Anand, Rahul (2009) How Will Changes in Globalization Impact Growth in South Asia?

Ahmed, Sadiq ; Ghani, Ejaz (2008) Making Regional Cooperation Work for South Asia's Poor.

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