His Financial economics research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Microeconomics and Arbitrage. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Microeconomics and Financial economics in his research. His research combines Rural poverty and Economic growth. Bob Baulch connects Rural poverty with Poverty in his research. His research links Poverty level with Poverty. He merges Development economics with Developing country in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Developing country and Development economics via his papers. Bob Baulch performs multidisciplinary studies into Demographic economics and Labour economics in his work. In his articles, Bob Baulch combines various disciplines, including Labour economics and Demographic economics.
Econometrics is intertwined with Panel data and Development economics in his study. In his study, Bob Baulch carries out multidisciplinary Development economics and Econometrics research. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Poverty and Rural poverty in his work. Bob Baulch brings together Economic growth and Socioeconomics to produce work in his papers. He integrates several fields in his works, including Socioeconomics and Economic growth. His work on Law is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Poverty. His research on Demography frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Population. Population is frequently linked to Demography in his study. In most of his Social science studies, his work intersects topics such as Consumption (sociology).
His study in the field of Cartography is also linked to topics like Telecommunications. His research on Cartography frequently links to adjacent areas such as Ho chi minh. His Scale (ratio) research extends to Ho chi minh, which is thematically connected. His Internal medicine study frequently involves adjacent topics like Propensity score matching. Propensity score matching and Internal medicine are frequently intertwined in his study. His Environmental health study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Population. His study on Population is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Demography. His Demography study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Per capita. His Environmental health research extends to the thematically linked field of Per capita.
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Economic mobility and poverty dynamics in developing countries
Bob Baulch;John Hoddinott.
Journal of Development Studies (2000)
Transfer Costs, Spatial Arbitrage, and Testing for Food Market Integration
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1997)
Simulating the impact of policy upon chronic and transitory poverty in rural Pakistan
Neil McCulloch;Bob Baulch.
Journal of Development Studies (2000)
Being Poor and Becoming Poor: Poverty Status and Poverty Transitions in Rural Pakistan
Bob Baulch;Neil McCulloch.
Journal of Asian and African Studies (2002)
Do Monetary and Nonmonetary Indicators Tell the Same Story About Chronic Poverty? A Study of Vietnam in the 1990s
Bob Baulch;Edoardo Masset.
World Development (2003)
Poverty and inequality in Vietnam: spatial patterns and geographic determinants
Nicholas Minot;Bob Baulch;Michael Epperecht.
The research reports (2006)
Testing for food market integration revisited
Journal of Development Studies (1997)
Economic Growth, Poverty, and Household Welfare in Vietnam
Paul Glewwe;Nisha Agrawal;David Dollar;John Luke Gallup.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Ethnic minority development in Vietnam: a socioeconomic perspective
Bob Baulch;Truong Thi Kim Chuyen;Dominique Haughton;Jonathan Haughton.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Neglected Trade‐offs in Poverty Measurement
IDS Bulletin (1996)
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