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Toward a theory of regulation for developing countries: Following Jean-Jacques Laffont's lead
A Estache, L Wren-Lewis
Journal of Economic Literature 47 (3), 729-770, 2009
2852009
Accounting for changes in income inequality: decomposition analyses for the UK, 1978–2008
M Brewer, L Wren‐Lewis
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 78 (3), 289-322, 2016
135*2016
Racing away? Income inequality and the evolution of high incomes
M Brewer, L Sibieta, L Wren-Lewis
Institute for Fiscal Studies Briefing Note 76, 2008
96*2008
Financing infrastructure in developing countries
A Estache, T Serebrisky, L Wren-Lewis
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 31 (3-4), 279-304, 2015
572015
More than just friends? School peers and adult interracial relationships
LP Merlino, MF Steinhardt, L Wren-Lewis
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (3), 663-713, 2019
562019
Do infrastructure reforms reduce the effect of corruption? Theory and evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean
L Wren-Lewis
The World Bank Economic Review 29 (2), 353-384, 2015
412015
On the theory and evidence on regulation of network industries in developing countries
A Estache, L Wren-Lewis
The Oxford handbook of regulation, 371-406, 2010
40*2010
Anti-corruption policy in theories of sector regulation
A Estache, L Wren-Lewis
International Handbook on Corruption 2, 2011
30*2011
Why did Britain's households get richer? Decomposing UK household income growth between 1968 and 2008-09
M Brewer, L Wren-Lewis
Institute for Fiscal Studies Briefing Note 125, 2011
27*2011
Evaluating the impact of Land Administration Programs on agricultural productivity and rural development
J Gignoux, K Macours, L Wren-Lewis
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB): Washington, DC, USA, 2013
19*2013
Regulatory capture: Risks and solutions
L Wren-Lewis
Emerging issues in competition, collusion and regulation of network …, 2011
192011
Formalizing land rights can reduce forest loss: Experimental evidence from Benin
L Wren-Lewis, L Becerra-Valbuena, K Houngbedji
Science Advances 6 (26), eabb6914, 2020
162020
Utility regulation in Africa: How relevant is the British model?
L Wren-Lewis
Utilities Policy 31, 203-205, 2014
132014
Grabbing land in Malawi
B Chinsinga, L Wren-Lewis
Corruption, grabbing and development, 2013
132013
Learning from lemons: the role of government in index insurance for individuals
D Clarke, L Wren-Lewis
FERDI Policy Brief, 2013
132013
Solving commitment problems in disaster risk finance
D Clarke, L Wren-Lewis
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2016
112016
Corruption in land administration: Roles for donors to minimise the problem
L Wren-Lewis
U4 Brief March 1, 2013
112013
Commitment in utility regulation: A model of reputation and policy applications
L Wren-Lewis
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2013
112013
The private sector and poverty reduction
K Raworth, S Dhanarajan, L Wren-Lewis
Oxfam, 2015
102015
Managing relational contracts
M Troya-Martinez, L Wren-Lewis
Available at SSRN 3112269, 2018
6*2018
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