Luc Christiaensen mostly deals with Development economics, Economic growth, Socioeconomics, Poverty and Consumption. His research investigates the connection between Development economics and topics such as Rural poverty that intersect with issues in Head count ratio, Nonfarm payrolls, Inclusive growth, Urban agglomeration and Urbanization. His Socioeconomics research incorporates themes from Malnutrition in children, Malnutrition, Developing country, Socioeconomic status and Food security.
His work on Poverty reduction and Poverty gap index as part of general Poverty research is often related to Vulnerability assessment, thus linking different fields of science. Luc Christiaensen works mostly in the field of Consumption, limiting it down to topics relating to Poverty trap and, in certain cases, Public economics, as a part of the same area of interest. The concepts of his Consumption smoothing study are interwoven with issues in Access to finance, Permanent income hypothesis, Liquidity constraint and Consumption distribution.
Poverty, Development economics, Poverty reduction, Urbanization and Food security are his primary areas of study. His research in Poverty intersects with topics in Panel data, Consumption, Public economics and Labour economics. His Public economics study incorporates themes from Poverty trap and Inefficiency.
His Development economics research includes elements of Economic growth, Extreme poverty, Developing country and Rural poverty. His Urbanization course of study focuses on Inclusive growth and Nonfarm payrolls. His work deals with themes such as Agricultural productivity, Livelihood, Socioeconomics and Agricultural economics, which intersect with Food security.
Luc Christiaensen spends much of his time researching Development economics, Poverty, Urbanization, Poverty reduction and Labour economics. Luc Christiaensen combines subjects such as Productivity, Agricultural productivity, Inclusive growth and Extreme poverty with his study of Development economics. His study in Poverty is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Panel data and Income distribution.
His Urbanization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Food prices, Welfare and Internal migration. His work focuses on many connections between Poverty reduction and other disciplines, such as Job creation, that overlap with his field of interest in Public investment, Working population and Forestry. His studies deal with areas such as Culture of poverty and Basic needs as well as Consumption.
His primary scientific interests are in Development economics, Poverty, Productivity, Poverty reduction and Urbanization. His Development economics study also includes
His Productivity study combines topics in areas such as Economic policy, Value and Social insurance. His Poverty reduction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Urban economics and Job creation. The Urbanization study combines topics in areas such as Food prices, Product market and Internal migration.
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Consumption risk, technology adoption, and poverty traps : evidence from Ethiopia
Stefan Dercon;Luc Christiaensen.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
Natural disasters and growth - going beyond the averages
Norman Loayza;Eduardo Olaberria;Jamele Rigolini;Luc Christiaensen.
Research Papers in Economics (2009)
The (Evolving) Role of Agriculture in Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Perspective
Luc Christiaensen;Lionel Demery;Jesper Kuhl.
Journal of Development Economics (2011)
Poverty Measurement and Analysis
Luc Christiaensen;Christopher Scott;Quentin Wodon.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Poverty in a Rising Africa
Kathleen G. Beegle;Luc Christiaensen;Andrew L. Dabalen;Isis Gaddis.
Poverty reduction during the rural-urban transformation: the role of the missing middle
Luc J.M. Christiaensen;Yasuyuki Todo.
Research Papers in Economics (2013)
Toward an understanding of household vulnerability in rural Kenya
Luc J. Christiaensen;Kalanidhi Subbarao.
Journal of African Economies (2004)
Validity of rapid estimates of household wealth and income for health surveys in rural Africa
Saul Sutkover Morris;Calogero Carletto;John Hoddinott;Luc J.M. Christiaensen.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2000)
Child Malnutrition in Ethiopia: Can Maternal Knowledge Augment the Role of Income?*
Luc Christiaensen;Harold Alderman.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (2004)
Down to Earth: Agriculture and Poverty Reduction in Africa
Luc J. Christiaensen;Lionel Demery.
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