His primary areas of study are Poverty, Labour economics, Economic growth, Advertising and Low income. His Poverty study combines topics in areas such as Bivariate analysis and Welfare economics. He works on Labour economics which deals in particular with Wage.
His work deals with themes such as Farm work and Human capital, which intersect with Wage. His research in the fields of Basic needs overlaps with other disciplines such as Tragedy. The various areas that he examines in his Advertising study include Food group, Nutrition Education and Food guide.
Dean Jolliffe spends much of his time researching Poverty, Demographic economics, Food security, Development economics and Econometrics. His Poverty research integrates issues from Purchasing power parity and Consumption. His studies deal with areas such as Panel data, Wage, Staple food, Human capital and Socioeconomics as well as Demographic economics.
His Food security study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Poverty, Development economics, Panel data, Consumption and National accounts. His Poverty study contributes to a more complete understanding of Economic growth. His Development economics research includes elements of Development policy, Extreme poverty and Set.
His Panel data study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Food security, Demographic economics and Malnutrition. In his research on the topic of Consumption, Index is strongly related with Socioeconomics. His National accounts research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conditional cash transfer, Survey data collection and Weighted arithmetic mean.
His main research concerns Poverty, Extreme poverty, Development economics, Food security and Purchasing power parity. His studies in Poverty integrate themes in fields like Panel data and Consumption. Extreme poverty is a subfield of Economic growth that he explores.
The Rural poverty, International comparisons and Poverty threshold research Dean Jolliffe does as part of his general Economic growth study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Standard of living, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. As a member of one scientific family, Dean Jolliffe mostly works in the field of Food security, focusing on Natural resource economics and, on occasion, Returns to scale, Land reform, Land tenure and Common-pool resource. Food prices is closely connected to Inflation in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Purchasing power parity.
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A global count of the extreme poor in 2012: data issues, methodology and initial results
Francisco H. G. Ferreira;Shaohua Chen;Andrew L. Dabalen;Yuri M. Dikhanov.
Research Papers in Economics (2015)
Identifying the Effects of SNAP (Food Stamps) on Child Health Outcomes When Participation Is Endogenous and Misreported
Brent Kreider;John V. Pepper;Craig Gundersen;Dean Jolliffe.
Journal of the American Statistical Association (2012)
Extent of overweight among US children and adolescents from 1971 to 2000
International Journal of Obesity (2004)
Determinants of Poverty in Egypt
Gaurav Datt;Dean Jolliffe.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
A Profile of Poverty in Egypt
Gaurav Datt;Dean Jolliffe;Manohar Sharma.
African Development Review (2001)
The impact of education in rural Ghana: examining household labor allocation and returns on and off the farm
Journal of Development Economics (2004)
Estimating international poverty lines from comparable national thresholds
Dean Mitchell Jolliffe;Dean Mitchell Jolliffe;Espen Beer Prydz.
Journal of Economic Inequality (2016)
LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS' EXPENDITURES ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Noel Blisard;Hayden Stewart;Dean Jolliffe.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Skills, schooling, and household income in Ghana
The World Bank Economic Review (1998)
Land productivity and plot size: Is measurement error driving the inverse relationship?
Sam Desiere;Dean Mitchell Jolliffe.
Journal of Development Economics (2018)
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