His main research concerns Poverty, Public economics, Macroeconomics, Structural adjustment and Development economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Microfinance, Asset, Finance and Labour economics in addition to Poverty. His Finance research includes elements of Incentive and Consumption.
He has included themes like Social Welfare, Human Development Index and Public expenditure in his Public economics study. His Social Welfare study also includes fields such as
Paul Mosley mainly investigates Poverty, Development economics, Politics, Developing country and Economic growth. He combines subjects such as Microfinance, Public economics, State and Public expenditure with his study of Poverty. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social capital and Labour economics in addition to Microfinance.
Paul Mosley undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Public economics and Empirical evidence through his research. His research integrates issues of Poverty trap, Underdevelopment, Government, Colonialism and Peasant in his study of Development economics. His Politics research includes themes of Political economy and Wage.
Paul Mosley mostly deals with Poverty, Development economics, Politics, Political economy and Public expenditure. His Poverty study is associated with Economic growth. His Development economics study incorporates themes from Poverty trap, Developing country, Peasant, Liberalization and Income distribution.
He combines subjects such as Capital and Foreign direct investment with his study of Developing country. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Leverage, Colonialism, Public economics and Monetary economics. His Public expenditure research integrates issues from Economic policy and Social protection.
His primary scientific interests are in Poverty, Development economics, Politics, Microfinance and Health insurance. His work on Microinsurance as part of general Poverty research is frequently linked to Empirical evidence, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Development economics research incorporates elements of Peasant, Structural adjustment, Poverty trap and Variance.
His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth and Business cycle. His Microfinance research includes elements of Effective demand, Competitive advantage, Financial services and Financial system. The State study combines topics in areas such as Capital, Technical support, Government, Power and Developing country.
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Finance Against Poverty
David Hulme;Paul Mosley.
Aid, the Public Sector and the Market in Less Developed Countries
Paul Mosley;John Hudson;Sara Horrell.
The Economic Journal (1990)
Microenterprise finance: Is there a conflict between growth and poverty alleviation?
Paul Mosley;David Hulme.
World Development (1998)
Aid and power: The World Bank and policy-based lending
Paul Mosley;Jane Harrigan;J. F. J. Toye.
Aid, Poverty Reduction and the ‘New Conditionality’*
Paul Mosley;John Hudson;Arjan Verschoor.
The Economic Journal (2004)
Microfinance and Poverty in Bolivia
Journal of Development Studies (2001)
AID, SAVINGS AND GROWTH REVISITED
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics (2009)
AID, GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE AND AGGREGATE WELFARE
Karuna Gomanee;Oliver Morrissey;Paul Mosley;Arjan Verschoor.
World Development (2005)
Overseas aid : its defence and reform
The Economic Journal (1987)
Assessing Adjustment in Africa
Paul Mosley;Turan Subasat;John Weeks.
World Development (1995)
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