Background references

Peer-reviewed articles

Hilger, A., Nordman, C. J., & Sarr, L. R. (2022). Which Skills Matter for What Type of Worker? Cognitive Skills, Personality Traits, Hiring Channels and Wages in Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Human Development. https://doi.org/10.1177/097370302211204

Nordman, C. J., Sharma, S., & Sunder, N. (2022). Here Comes the Rain Again: Productivity Shocks, Educational Investments, and Child Work. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 70(3). https://doi.org/10.1086/713937

Nordman, C.J., Sarr, L.R., Sharma, S. (2019). Skills, Personality Traits, and Gender Wage Gaps: Evidence from BangladeshOxford Economic Papers, 71(3), 687–708. https://doi.org/10.1093/oep/gpy043

Nordman, C.J., Nguyen, H.C. (2018). Household Entrepreneurship and Social Networks: Panel Data Evidence from VietnamThe Journal of Development Studies, 54(4), 594–618. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2017.1303668

Nordman, C.J. , Pasquier-Doumer, L. (2015). Transitions in a West African Labour Market: The Role of Family NetworksJournal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 54, 74–85.

Working papers

Nordman, C.J., Sharma, S. (2016), The Power to Choose: Gender Balance of Power and Intra-household Educational Spending in India (Working Paper No. 2016/61). WIDER. Helsinki, Finland.

Nomura, S., Hong, S.Y., Nordman, C.J., Sarr, L.R., Vawda, A.Y. (2014), An Assessment of Skills in the Formal Sector Labor Market in Bangladesh: A Technical Report on the Enterprise-Based Skills Survey 2012, (Discussion Paper Series, Report No. 63). South Asia Human Development Sector, The World Bank. Washington DC, USA.

Policy insights

Nordman, C.J. (2016). Do Family and Kinship Ties Support Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries?IZA World of Labor, 262,

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