Tassew Woldehanna
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Shocks and consumption in 15 Ethiopian villages, 1999-2004
S Dercon, J Hoddinott, T Woldehanna
Journal of African economies 14 (4), 559, 2005
4812005
The impact of agricultural extension and roads on poverty and consumption growth in fifteen Ethiopian villages
S Dercon, DO Gilligan, J Hoddinott, T Woldehanna
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91 (4), 1007-1021, 2009
4382009
The role of education in facilitating risk-taking and innovation in agriculture
J Knight, S Weir, T Woldehanna
The Journal of Development Studies 39 (6), 1-22, 2003
2592003
Cohort profile: the Young Lives study
I Barnett, P Ariana, S Petrou, ME Penny, LT Duc, S Galab, T Woldehanna, ...
International journal of epidemiology 42 (3), 701-708, 2013
1632013
Growth and chronic poverty: Evidence from rural communities in Ethiopia
S Dercon, J Hoddinott, T Woldehanna
Journal of Development Studies 48 (2), 238-253, 2012
1362012
Off-farm work decisions on Dutch cash crop farms and the 1992 and Agenda 2000 CAP reforms
T Woldehanna, AO Lansink, J Peerlings
Agricultural Economics 22 (2), 163-171, 2000
1002000
Is the adapted Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS) developed internationally to measure food insecurity valid in urban and rural households of Ethiopia?
SH Gebreyesus, T Lunde, DH Mariam, T Woldehanna, B Lindtjørn
BMC Nutrition 1 (1), 1-10, 2015
802015
Does internal migration improve overall well-being in Ethiopia?
A de Brauw, V Mueller, T Woldehanna
Ethiopia Strategy Support Program II 55, 2013
76*2013
Economic analysis and policy implications of farm and off-farm employment: A case study in the Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia
T Woldehanna
742000
The invisibility of children's paid and unpaid work: implications for Ethiopia's national poverty reduction policy
T Woldehanna, N Jones, B Tefera
Childhood 15 (2), 177-201, 2008
722008
Understanding changes in the lives of poor children: Initial findings from Ethiopia: Round 3 survey report
T Woldehanna, R Gudisa, Y Tafere, A Pankhurst
Young Lives, Department of International Development, University of Oxford, 2011
602011
Climate change, crop production and child under nutrition in Ethiopia; a longitudinal panel study
S Hagos, T Lunde, DH Mariam, T Woldehanna, B Lindtjørn
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-9, 2014
552014
Productive Safety Net Program and children’s time use between work and schooling in Ethiopia
T Woldehanna
Child welfare in developing countries, 157-209, 2010
542010
Motives to remit: Evidence from tracked internal migrants in Ethiopia
A De Brauw, V Mueller, T Woldehanna
World Development 50, 13-23, 2013
522013
The effect of early childhood stunting on children’s cognitive achievements: Evidence from young lives Ethiopia
T Woldehanna, JR Behrman, MW Araya
Ethiopian Journal of Health Development 31 (2), 75-84, 2017
482017
Beyond food security: Transforming the productive safety net programme in Ethiopia for the well-being of children
Y Tafere, T Woldehanna
Young Lives, 2012
462012
Economic impact of foot and mouth disease outbreaks on smallholder farmers in Ethiopia
WT Jemberu, MCM Mourits, T Woldehanna, H Hogeveen
Preventive veterinary medicine 116 (1-2), 26-36, 2014
452014
The impact of roads and agricultural extension on consumption growth and poverty in fifteen Ethiopian villages
S Dercon, DO Gilligan, T Woldehanna
452007
Collective action and vulnerability: Burial societies in rural Ethiopia
S Dercon, J Hoddinott, P Krishnan, T Woldehanna
Available at SSRN 1260274, 2008
442008
Gendered risks, poverty and vulnerability in Ethiopia: To what extent is the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) making a difference
N Jones, Y Tafere, T Woldehanna
London: Overseas Development Institute, 2010
432010
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