Dean Jolliffe
Research Fellow

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Jolliffe Dean Jolliffe works at the World Bank in the Poverty and Inequality unit of the Development Economics Research Group (DECRG). He previously worked in the South Asia Region of the World Bank, the Food Assistance Branch of the Economic Research Service (ERS) of USDA, and also as an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Prior to ERS, he was an as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (Prague), Consultant at the World Bank, and post-Doctoral Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (Washington, DC). He is also a Research Affiliate with the National Poverty Center at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. His research interests include the economics of education and demographic and economic aspects of poverty and health. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University.

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in November 2005.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
9442  Francisco H. G. Ferreira
Shaohua Chen
Andrew Dabalen
Yuri Dikhanov
Nada Hamadeh
Dean Jolliffe
Ambar Narayan
Espen Beer Prydz
Ana Revenga
Prem Sangraula
Umar Serajuddin
Nobuo Yoshida
A Global Count of the Extreme Poor in 2012: Data Issues, Methodology and Initial Results
(published in: Journal of Economic Inequality, 2016, 14 (2), 141-172)
9064  Dean Jolliffe
Espen Beer Prydz
Global Poverty Goals and Prices: How Purchasing Power Parity Matters
6621  Anna D'Souza
Dean Jolliffe
Conflict, Food Price Shocks, and Food Insecurity: The Experience of Afghan Households
6481  Anna D'Souza
Dean Jolliffe
Food Security and Wheat Prices in Afghanistan: A Distribution-Sensitive Analysis of Household-Level Impacts
5366  Dean Jolliffe
Overweight and Poor? On the Relationship between Income and the Body Mass Index
(published in: Economics and Human Biology, 2011, 9 (3), 342-355)
2678  Nauro F Campos
Dean Jolliffe
Earnings, Schooling and Economic Reform: Econometric Evidence from Hungary (1986-2004)
(published in: World Bank Economic Review, 2007, 21 (3), 509-526)
 

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