Stephan Klasen
Stephan Klasen
Professor of Economics, University of Goettingen
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The impact of gender inequality in education and employment on economic growth: new evidence for a panel of countries
S Klasen, F Lamanna
Feminist economics 15 (3), 91-132, 2009
Low schooling for girls, slower growth for all? Cross‐country evidence on the effect of gender inequality in education on economic development
S Klasen
The world bank economic review 16 (3), 345-373, 2002
Does gender inequality reduce growth and development? Evidence from cross-country regressions
S Klasen
Measuring poverty and deprivation in South Africa
S Klasen
Review of income and wealth 46 (1), 33-58, 2000
In search of FDI-led growth in developing countries: The way forward
D Herzer, S Klasen
Economic Modelling 25 (5), 793-810, 2008
What explains the stagnation of female labor force participation in urban India?
S Klasen, J Pieters
The World Bank Economic Review 29 (3), 449-478, 2015
Economic development, structural change, and women’s labor force participation: A reexamination of the feminization U hypothesis
I Gaddis, S Klasen
Journal of population economics 27, 639-681, 2014
Surviving unemployment without state support: Unemployment and household formation in South Africa
S Klasen, I Woolard
Journal of African economies 18 (1), 1-51, 2009
" Missing women": Revisiting the debate
S Klasen, C Wink
Feminist Economics 9 (2-3), 263-299, 2003
The costs of missing the Millennium Development Goal on gender equity
D Abu-Ghaida, S Klasen
World Development 32 (7), 1075-1107, 2004
In search of the holy grail: how to achieve pro-poor growth?
S Klasen
Toward pro poor policies-aid, institutions, and globalization, 63-94, 2004
UNDP's gender-related indices: A critical review
K Bardhan, S Klasen
World Development 27 (6), 985-1010, 1999
Measuring and monitoring inclusive growth: Multiple definitions, open questions, and some constructive proposals
S Klasen
Asian Development Bank, 2010
Economic growth and poverty reduction: Measurement issues using income and non-income indicators
S Klasen
World development 36 (3), 420-445, 2008
A review of the ecosystem functions in oil palm plantations, using forests as a reference system
C Dislich, AC Keyel, J Salecker, Y Kisel, KM Meyer, M Auliya, AD Barnes, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (3), 1539-1569, 2017
Determinants of income mobility and household poverty dynamics in South Africa
I Woolard, S Klasen
Journal of Development Studies 41 (5), 865-897, 2005
A turning point in gender bias in mortality? An update on the number of missing women
S Klasen, C Wink
Population and Development Review 28 (2), 285-312, 2002
What do we really know? Metrics for food insecurity and undernutrition
H De Haen, S Klasen, M Qaim
Food Policy 36 (6), 760-769, 2011
Summary for policymakers
O Edenhofer, R Pichs-Madruga, Y Sokona, S Agrawala, IA Bashmakov, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2014
UNDP's gender‐related measures: some conceptual problems and possible solutions
S Klasen
Journal of Human Development 7 (2), 243-274, 2006
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