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Serneels, Pieter and Dercon, Stefan (2020) Aspirations, Poverty and Education: Evidence from India. Journal of Development Studies. ISSN 0022-0388 (In Press)

Akogun, Oladele, Dillon, Andrew, Friedman, Jed, Prasann, Ashesh and Serneels, Pieter (2020) Productivity and Health: Physical Activity as a Measure of Effort. World Bank Economic Review. ISSN 0258-6770

Dillon, Andrew, Friedman, Jed and Serneels, Pieter (2020) Health information, treatment, and worker productivity. Journal of the European Economic Association. ISSN 1542-4766

Seuring, Till, Serneels, Pieter and Suhrcke, Marc (2019) The impact of diabetes on labour market outcomes in Mexico: a panel data and biomarker analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 233. pp. 252-261. ISSN 0277-9536

Cilliers, Jacobus, Kasirye, Ibrahim, Leaver, Clare, Serneels, Pieter and Zeitlin, Andrew (2018) Pay for locally monitored performance?:A welfare analysis for teacher attendance in Ugandan primary schools. Journal of Public Economics, 167. pp. 69-90. ISSN 0047-2727

Serneels, Pieter and Lievens, Tomas (2018) Microeconomic institutions and personnel economics for health care delivery: a formal exploration of what matters to health workers in Rwanda. Human Resources for Health, 16. ISSN 1478-4491

Serneels, Pieter, Beegle, Kathleen and Dillon, Andrew (2017) Do returns to education depend on how and whom you ask? Economics of Education Review, 60. 5–19. ISSN 0272-7757

Cilliers, Jacobus, Kasirye, Ibrahim, Leaver, Clare, Serneels, Pieter and Zeitlin, Andrew (2016) Pay for Locally Monitored Performance?:A Welfare Analysis for Teacher Attendance in Ugandan Primary Schools.

Seuring, Till, Serneels, Pieter and Suhrcke, Marc (2016) The Impact of Diabetes on Labor Market Outcomes in Mexico: A Panel Data and Biomarker Analysis.

Serneels, Pieter and Verpoorten, Marijke (2015) The Impact of Armed Conflict on Economic Performance:Evidence from Rwanda. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 59 (4). pp. 555-592. ISSN 0022-0027

Dillon, Andrew, Friedman, Jed and Serneels, Pieter (2014) Health information, treatment, and worker productivity : experimental evidence from malaria testing and treatment among Nigerian sugarcane cutters.

Serneels, Pieter and Dercon, Stefan (2014) Aspirations, Poverty and Education. Evidence from India. (2017).

Bardasi, Elena, Beegle, Kathleen, Dillon, Andrew and Serneels, Pieter (2012) Do labor statistics depend on how and to whom the question was asked? Results from a randomized survey experiment. World Bank Economic Review, 25 (3). pp. 418-447. ISSN 1564-698X

Dillon, A., Bardasi, E., Beegle, K. and Serneels, Pieter (2012) What explains the variation in child labor statistics? Evidence from a survey experiment in Tanzania. Journal of Development Economics, 98 (1). pp. 136-147.

Lievens, Tomas, Serneels, Pieter, Garbarino, Sabine, Quartey, Peter, Appiah, Ebeneezer, Herbst, Christopher H., Lemiere, Christophe, Soucat, Agnes, Rose, Laura and Saleh, Karima (2011) Creating Incentives to Work in Ghana:Results from a Qualitative Health Worker Study.

Bardasi, E., Beegle, K., Dillon, Andrew and Serneels, P. (2011) Do labor statistics depend on how and to whom the questions are asked?:Results from a survey experiment in Tanzania. World Bank Economic Review, 25 (3). pp. 418-447. ISSN 0258-6770

Serra, Danila, Serneels, Pieter and Barr, Abigail (2011) Intrinsic motivations and the non-profit health sector: evidence from Ethiopia. Personality and Individual Differences, 51 (3). pp. 309-314.

Serneels, Pieter, Montalvo, Jose G., Pettersson, Gunilla, Lievens, Tomas, Butera, Jean Damascene and Kidanu, Aklilu (2010) Who wants to work in a rural health post? The role of intrinsic motivation, rural background and faith-based institutions in Ethiopia and Rwanda. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 88 (5). pp. 342-349. ISSN 0042-9686

Barr, A., Lindelow, M. and Serneels, P. (2009) Corruption in public service delivery: An experimental analysis. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 72 (1). pp. 225-239.

Barr, Abigail and Serneels, Pieter (2009) Reciprocity in the workplace. Experimental Economics, 12 (1). pp. 99-112. ISSN 1386-4157

Serneels, Pieter (2009) Book Review of 'Globalization, Labor Markets and Inequality in India'. Journal of South Asian Development.

Serneels, P. (2008) Human capital revisited: the role of experience and education when controlling for performance and cognitive skills. Labour Economics, 15 (6). pp. 1143-1161.

Serneels, P. (2007) The nature of unemployment among young men in urban Ethiopia. Review of Development Economics, 11 (1). pp. 170-186. ISSN 1363-6669

Serneels, P. (2007) For public service or money: understanding geographical imbalances in the health workforce. Health Policy and Planning, 22 (3). pp. 128-138. ISSN 0268-1080

Lindelow, Magnus and Serneels, P. (2006) The performance of health workers in Ethiopia: results from qualitative research. Social Science & Medicine, 62 (9). pp. 2225-2235. ISSN 1873-5347

Book Section

Serneels, Pieter, Lievens, Tomas and Butera, Damas (2016) Health Worker Labor Supply, Absenteeism, and Job Choice. In: Health Labor Market Analyses in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. The World Bank, pp. 85-134. ISBN 978-1-4648-0931-6

Leonard, Kenneth L., Serneels, Pieter and Brock, J. Michelle (2013) Intrinsic Motivation. In: The Labor Market for Health Workers in Africa : New Look at the Crisis. The World Bank, pp. 255-284. ISBN 978-0-8213-9555-4

Brock, J. Michelle, Leonard, Kenneth L., Masatu, Melkiory C. and Serneels, Pieter (2013) Health Worker Performance. In: The Labour Market for Health Workers in Africa: A new look at the crisis. University of California Berkeley and The World Bank.

Ensor, T., Serneels, P. and Lievens, T. (2012) Working for the public or private sector? Or for both? In: Human resources for health in Africa: a new look at the crisis. University of California Berkeley/The World Bank.

Leonard, Ken, Masatu, M and Serneels, Pieter (2012) Health worker performance. In: Human Resources for health in Africa: A new look at the crisis. University of California and The World Bank.

Serneels, Pieter (2012) Internal geographic imbalances of health workers. In: Encyclopedia of Health Economics. Elsevier.

Lievens, Tomas, Lindelow, Magnus and Serneels, Pieter (2009) Understanding health workforce issues: a selective guide to the use of qualitative methods. In: Handbook on monitoring and evaluation of human resources for health: with special applications for low- and middle-income countries. World Health Organisation, pp. 129-146. ISBN 9789241547703

Gutierrez, Catalina, Paci, Pierella, Orecchia, Carlo and Serneels, Pieter (2009) Does employment generation really matter for poverty reduction? In: Labor Markets and Economic Development. Routledge Studies in Development Economics series . Routledge, UK. ISBN 978-0-415-77741-4

Serneels, P., Lindelow, M. and Lievens, T. (2008) Qualitative research to inform quantitative analysis: health workers’ absenteeism in two countries. In: Are you being served? New tools for measuring service delivery. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank, Washington DC, USA, pp. 271-298. ISBN 978-0-8213-7185-5

Sandefur, J., Serneels, P. and Teal, F. (2007) African poverty through the lens of labor economics: earnings and mobility in three countries. In: Employment and shared growth: rethinking the role of labor mobility for development. The World Bank, pp. 69-90. ISBN 978-0-8213-7107-7

Paci, P. and Serneels, P. (2007) Introduction: labor, growth and poverty. In: Employment and shared growth: the role of labor mobility for development. The World Bank, pp. 1-22. ISBN 978-0-8213-7107-7

Paci, Pierella and Serneels, Pieter (2007) Labor, growth and poverty. In: Employment and Shared Growth. The Role of Labor Mobility for Development. The World Bank.

Monograph

Serneels, Pieter and Verpoorten, M. (2012) The Impact of Armed Conflict on Economic Performance: Evidence from Rwanda. Discussion Paper. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn.

Dillon, A., Bardasi, E., Beegle, K. and Serneels, P. (2010) Explaining variation in child labor statistics. Discussion Paper. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).

Serra, D., Serneels, P., Lindelow, M. and Montalvo, J.G. (2010) Discovering the real world: health workers' career choices and early work experience in Ethiopia. Working Paper. The World Bank, Washington DC.

Lievens, T., Serneels, P., Damascene Butera, J. and Soucat, A. (2010) Diversity in career preferences of future health workers in Rwanda: where, why and for how much? Working Paper. The World Bank, Washington DC.

Serneels, P. and Lievens, T. (2008) Institutions for health care delivery: a formal exploration of what matters to health workers - evidence from Rwanda. Working Paper. Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Serneels, P. (2008) Unemployment duration, job search and labour market segmentation - evidence from urban Ethiopia. Working Paper. Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford.

Gutierrez, C. and Serneels, P. (2007) Labor market indicators for Africa: technical note. Working Paper. The World Bank.

Serneels, P. (2007) The role of the labour market for shared growth in Ghana: country labor study. Working Paper. The World Bank.

Lievens, T. and Serneels, P. (2006) Health workers in Rwanda: an exploratory study. Working Paper. The World Bank.

Barr, A., Lindelow, M., Montalvo, J.G. and Serneels, P. (2005) Intrinsic motivations on the development frontline: do they exist? Do they endure? Working Paper. Global Poverty Research Group (GPRG).

Barr, A., Lindelow, M., Montalvo, J.G. and Serneels, P. (2005) Strategy choice and cognitive ability in field experiments. Working Paper. Global Poverty Research Group (GPRG).

Serneels, P., Lindelow, M., Montalvo, J.G. and Barr, A. (2004) An honorable calling? Results from a survey with final year nursing and medical students, Ethiopia. Working Paper. The World Bank.

Serneels, P. (2002) The added worker effect and intrahousehold aspects of unemployment. Working Paper. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), University of Oxford, Oxford.

Serneels, P. and Van Kenhove, C. (1994) Shopping behaviour in Belgium: qualitative and quantitative research on shop location and consumer behaviour. Working Paper. De Vlerick School voor Management.

Book

Serneels, P. and Paci, P. (2007) Employment and shared growth: re-thinking the role of labour mobility for development. World Bank Publications. ISBN 978-0-8213-7107-7

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