Can social assistance (with a child lens) help in reducing urban poverty in Ghana? Evidence, challenges and the way forward12 Nov 2018
Un départ dans la vie marqué par les injustices Inégalités scolaires chez les enfants dans les pays riches29 Oct 2018
The Long-term Effect of Humanitarian Emergencies on Adolescents: Existing evidence, gaps and considerations for research and practitioners28 Aug 2018
Commitment to Equity for Children, CEQ4C: Fiscal Policy, Multidimensional Poverty, and Equity in Uganda24 Apr 2018
CHILD UNDERNOURISHMENT, WASH AND POLICY SYNERGIES IN TUNISIA: PUTTING NUMBERS INTO UNICEF’S CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF NUTRITION13 Oct 2017
Social Protection in Contexts of Fragility and Forced Displacement: Introduction to a Special Issue (2019)Tilman Brück, Jose Cuesta, Jacobus de Hoop, Ugo Gentilini, Amber Peterman
The Journal of Development Studies, 2019-12, vol. 55, pp. 1-6.
Poverty, Disputes and Access to Justice in Conflict Affected Areas of Indonesia (2018)Jose Cuesta, E. Skoufias, L. Madrigal
Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 2018, vol. 21 (1), pp. 21-38.
Tackling Income Inequality: What Works and Why? (2018)Jose Cuesta, Mario Negre, Ana Revenga, Maika Schmidt
Journal of Income Distribution, 2018, vol. 26 (1)
WASH and Nutrition Synergies: The Case of Tunisia (2018)Jose Cuesta, L. Maratou-Kolias
Journal of Development Studies, 2018-9
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