2012 study from MIT and Inter-American Development Bank on the complexity of implementing labor standards and differential outcomes.
2011 study in Review of World Economics analyzing the case of Ghana to see how countries might avoid the so-called resource curse.
2009 study in PNAS on diversity in developing economies and corresponding potential for growth, based on products produced and their global context.
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
2011 World Bank paper on a new theory of economic development emphasizing both industrial improvements and country-specific flexibility.
2011 Harvard study analyzing data from the Program for International Student Assessment on relative strength of U.S. students as compared to global peers.
2011 study by the World Bank on how the global economic crisis that took place from 2008 to 2009 has impacted the multilateral trading system.
2011 World Bank study on the effects of globalization pressures on wages and employment opportunities for American workers between 1982 and 2002.
2011 study in the American Political Science Review on how cycles of bribery can trap developing countries in corruption.
2011 Tufts and Harvard Kennedy School study on structural changes within the labor sector of developing countries and whether they promote economic growth.