DOES FEMALE INCOME SHARE INFLUENCE HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES? EVIDENCE FROM CÔTE D'IVOIRE

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  • John Hoddinott,

    1. Lady Margaret Hall and Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C.
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  • Lawrence Haddad

    1. Lady Margaret Hall and Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C.
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    • We would like to thank, without implicating in the final product, Harold Alderman, Simon Appleton, David Bevan, Howarth Bouis, Paul Collier, Barbara Herz, Shahid Khandker, Regis Mahieu, Martin Ravallion, David Sahn, Duncan Thomas, seminar participants at Harvard, the International Centre for Research on Women, IFPRI, Nottingham, Oxford, Pennsylvania, Princeton, SOAS, Toronto, York, the World Bank, and the Editors for comments on earlier drafts. A previous version appeared as part of the study, Public Services and Household Allocation in Africa: Does Gender Matter? funded by the Women in Development Division, the World Bank. All errors and opinions are those of the authors.


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