2011 study in Review of World Economics analyzing the case of Ghana to see how countries might avoid the so-called resource curse.
2012 report based on 850 surveys from 130 countries, covering 1.23 million households and providing a statistical snapshot of some 90% of the population of the developing world.
2012 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the total amount of water utilized by individuals and societies globally.
2012 meta-study from the University of Washington and the University of Queensland on estimates of global malaria mortality rates over the past three decades.
2011 study in the American Journal of Political Science on the relationship between democratizing aid, transitioning countries and civil conflict.
2009 study in PNAS on diversity in developing economies and corresponding potential for growth, based on products produced and their global context.
2011 study by University of Gothenburg in Journal of African Economies on Zambia's structural economic changes.
2011 study from DePaul University published in Psychological Science linking societal-level sexism and increased gender inequality.
2009 study in the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing on how participation in a fair-trade organization affected the income, education and health of producers
2009 study from Wesleyan University in the American Sociological Review on how small loan programs help women in India to gain skills and power.