Central Data Catalog


A bibliography of publications that have cited the use of a dataset listed in this catalog. Selecting a publication from the list will show which study dataset was used and provide a link to the study in the catalog.

1 Republic of Moldova: Demographic and health survey 2005. Calverton, Maryland, USA: ORC Macro, 2006.
5 Republic of Sierra Leone: Country profile. : WHO Department of Making Pregnancy Safer, 2002.
6 Republic of Somalia: Country profile. : WHO Department of Making Pregnancy Safer.
12 "Annotated Bibliography of Child and Forced Labor Information." Volume II: East Timor—Kyrgyzstan (2009).
13 "Annotated Bibliography of Child and Forced Labor Information." Volume IV: Pakistan—Syrian Arab Republic (2009).
14 "Education for all global monitoring report." Chapter 7: Mapping the global literacy challenge (2005).
15 "EFA global monitoring report 2002." Chapter 2: Progress towards the goals (2001).
16 "Out-of-school children: New data reveal persistent challenges." Education for all global monitoring report 2009 (2009).
17 Girls, HIV/AIDS and education. : UNICEF, 2004.
18 WHO/PAHO Country cooperation strategy: Guyana 2004-2007. : Pan American Health Organization Regional Office of the World Health Organization , 2004.
20 Guide to the analysis and use of household survey and census education data (2004). Senegal, Burkina Faso, Canada, USA: FASAF, UAPS, UNESCO, UNICEF, USAID, ORC Marco, 2004.
21 "What has been happening to internal labour migration in South Africa, 1993-1999?." The South African Journal of Economics 71, no. 3 (2003): 455-479.
22 United Nations Economic and Social Council: Economic Commission for Africa; African Centre for Gender and Development (ACGD) . "A guidebook for mainstreaming gender perspectives and household production into national statistics, budgets and policies in Africa." 2004.
23 The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank. "Ghana county profile 2007: Enterprise survey." Washington, USA: World Bank, 2011.
24 "Analysis: Unconditional money." IRIN News (2010).
26 "Link Exchange." The Economist (2011).
27 "Preventing AIDS: A drug called money." The Economist (2012).
28 "Paying people to be healthy." BBC Health Check (2012).
29 "Pennies from heaven." The Economist (2013).
30 Alberto Zezza, and Luca Tasciotti. "Does urban agriculture enhance dietary diversity? Empirical evidence from a sample of developing countries." Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Working Paper (2008).
31 Gloria La Cava, Paula Lytle , Alexandre Kolev , and Carine Clert. Young people in South Eastern Europe: from risk to empowerment. : The World Bank, 2004.
33 The Economist. "A drug called money." The Economist (2012).
34 Bredenkamp, Caryn, Vedad Ramljak, and Michele Gragnolati. "Enhancing efficiency and equity: challenges and reform opportunities facing health and pension systems in the Western Balkans." Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Disscussion Paper (2008).
35 De Lannoy, Ariane. "Modeling the impact of AIDS on the perceived value of education using survey data." CSSR Working Paper , no. 189 (2007).
36 De Weerdt, Joachim. "Moving out of poverty in Tanzania: evidence from Kagera." The Journal of Development Studies 46, no. 2 (2010): 331-3.
37 Gruszcynska, Beata, Ineke Haen-Marshall, and Dirk Enzmann. "Juvenile delinquency in Europe and beyond: an international perspective on key issues and causes." Bosnia and Herzegovina (2009).
38 Marshall, Jacquilene. "How does being a student in a tertiary educational institution influence condom use in the Western Cape?." CSSR Working Paper No 301 , no. 2012/301 (2012).
39 Micevska, Maja, Dimitar Eftimoski, and Tatjana Petkovska. "The failure of the labour market in Macedonia: a labour demand analysis." (2003).
40 Munger, Fredi. "From sub-sectorwide to a sectorwide approach for effective and accountable schools." EDUCATION SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (2006).
41 Sidiropoulos, Elizabeth, Anthea Jeffrey, Herma Forgey, Cheryl Chipps, Terence Corrigan, Thabo Mophuthing, and Andrea Helman. South Africa survey 1997/98. johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, 1998.
42 Van der Berg, Servaas, and Caryn Bredenkamp. "Devising social security interventions for maximum poverty impact." Social Dynamics 28, no. 2 (2002): 39-68.
43 Findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria: Statistics South Africa.
44 Towards determining minimum wages and conditions of employment for domestic workers.. Pretoria, South Africa: Department of Labour, 2001.
46 Estimation of fertility from the 2007 Community Survey of South Africa. Pretoria: Statistics South Africa, 2010.
48 South Africa survey 2002/ 03. : South African Institute of Race Relations, 2003.
50 Inequalities. Washington, United States: World Bank.