RANJAN RAY
RANJAN RAY
Professor of Economics, Monash Unievsrity
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Child labor, child schooling, and their interaction with adult labor: Empirical evidence for Peru and Pakistan
R Ray
The World Bank Economic Review 14 (2), 347-367, 2000
4332000
Analysis of child labour in Peru and Pakistan: A comparative study
R Ray
Journal of population economics 13 (1), 3-19, 2000
3682000
Measuring the costs of children: an alternative approach
R Ray
Journal of Public Economics 22 (1), 89-102, 1983
2631983
The effect of transfers on household expenditure patterns and poverty in South Africa
P Maitra, R Ray
Journal of development Economics 71 (1), 23-49, 2003
1952003
The determinants of child labour and child schooling in Ghana
R Ray
Journal of African Economies 11 (4), 561-590, 2002
1802002
The joint estimation of child participation in schooling and employment: comparative evidence from three continents
P Maitra, R Ray
Oxford development studies 30 (1), 41-62, 2002
1552002
Impact of household size and family composition on poverty in rural India
JV Meenakshi, R Ray
Journal of Policy Modeling 24 (6), 539-559, 2002
1292002
Analysis of a time series of household expenditure surveys for India
R Ray
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 595-602, 1980
1211980
Poverty, household size and child welfare in India
R Ray
Economic and Political Weekly, 3511-3520, 2000
1072000
Testing for linear Engel curves and additively separable preferences using a new flexible demand system
R Blundell, R Ray
The Economic Journal 94 (376), 800-811, 1984
981984
The collective model of the household and an unexpected implication for child labor: Hypothesis and an empirical test
R Ray, K Basu
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2001
952001
Regional differences in India's food expenditure pattern: a complete demand systems approach
JV Meenakshi, R Ray
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 1999
891999
On setting the poverty line based on estimated nutrient prices: condition of socially disadvantaged groups during the reform period
R Ray, G Lancaster
Economic and Political Weekly, 46-56, 2005
872005
The impact of children's work on schooling: Multi-country evidence
R Ray, G Lancaster
Int'l Lab. Rev. 144, 189, 2005
862005
The testing and estimation of complete demand systems on household budget surveys
R Ray
European Economic Review 17 (3), 349-369, 1982
851982
Comparison of alternative models of household equivalence scales: The Australian evidence on unit record data
G Lancaster, R Ray
Economic Record 74 (224), 1-14, 1998
801998
Endogenous intra‐household balance of power and its impact on expenditure patterns: evidence from India
G Lancaster, P Maitra, R Ray
Economica 73 (291), 435-460, 2006
742006
Expenditure patterns and aggregate consumer behaviour: some experiments with Australian and New Zealand data
S Chatterjee, C Michelini, R Ray
Economic Record 70 (210), 278-291, 1994
741994
Sensitivity of ‘optimal’commodity tax rates to alternative demand functional forms: An econometric case study of India
R Ray
Journal of Public Economics 31 (2), 253-268, 1986
731986
Estimates of poverty for SC, ST and female-headed households
JV Meenakshi, R Ray, S Gupta
Economic and Political Weekly, 2748-2754, 2000
712000
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