Journal Article Refereed
K. Hirvonen and J. Hoddinott, forthcoming. "Agricultural production and children's diets: Evidence from rural Ethiopia", Agricultural Economics.
C. Heinrich, J. Hoddinott, and M. Samson, forthcoming. “Reducing adolescent risky behaviors in a high-risk context: The effects of unconditional cash transfers in South Africa”, Economic Development and Cultural Change.
D. Headey and J. Hoddinott, 2016. “Agriculture, nutrition and the Green Revolution in Bangladesh”, Agricultural Systems, 149: 122-131.
J. Hoddinott, N. Karachiwalla, N. Ledlie and S. Roy, 2016. “Adolescent girls’ infant and young child nutrition knowledge sources differ among rural and urban samples in Bangladesh”, Maternal and Child Nutrition, 12(4): 885-897.
D. Headey, J. Hoddinott and S. Park, 2016. “Drivers of nutritional change in four south Asian countries: A dynamic observational analysis”, Maternal and Child Nutrition, 12(Suppl. 1): 210-218.
E. Puentes, F. Wang, J. Behrman, F. Cunha, J. Hoddinott, J. Maluccio, L. Adair, J. Borja, R. Martorell, and A. Stein, 2016. “Early life height and weight production functions with endogenous energy and protein inputs”, Economics and Human Biology, 22: 65-81.
J. Hoel, B. Schwab and J. Hoddinott, 2016. “Self-control fatigue, cognitive function, and the expression of time preference: Experimental results from Ethiopia”, Journal of Economic Psychology, 52: 136-146.
M. Samson, C. Heinrich, J. Hoddinott, G. Laryea-Adjei, T. Buthelezi, S. Jehoma, M. Mogosti, T. Stevens, I. van Nierkek and E. Nyokangi, 2016 “The impact of a promise realized: South Africa’s Child Support Grant” in From evidence to action: The story of cash transfers and impact evaluation in sub-Saharan Africa ed by B. Davis, S. Handa, N. Hypher, N. Rossi, P. Winters and J. Yablonski (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
R. Pearson, S. Afaw, A. Baschieri, B. Birru, G. Berhane, T. Chaiban, B. Davis, S. Devereux, J. Hoddinott, J. Hoel, J. Kagin, N. Ledlie, H. Lemma, D. Mahonde, R. Pigois, P. Pozarny, K. Roelen, B. Schwab, P. Salama, I. Sessay, J.E. Taylor, F.N. Tegebu, Y. Tsegay, and D. Webb, 2016. “The role of the Tigray Social Cash Transfer programme and its evaluation in the evolution of the Tigray social policy” in From evidence to action: The story of cash transfers and impact evaluation in sub-Saharan Africa ed by B. Davis, S. Handa, N. Hypher, N. Rossi, P. Winters and J. Yablonski (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
J. Hoddinott, S. Gillespie and S. Yosef, 2016. “Public-private partnerships and undernutrition: Examples and future prospects” in Hidden hunger. Malnutrition and the first 1,000 days of life: Causes, consequences and solutions ed by H. Biesalski and R. Black (Basel: Karger).
Papers submitted to refereed journals
J. Hoddinott, I. Ahmed, A. Ahmed and S. Roy, “Behavior change communication activities and their impact on infant and young child nutrition knowledge and practice of neighboring non-participants in rural Bangladesh”, submitted to PLoS One, January 2017.
J. Hoddinott, A. Ahmed, N. Karachiwalla and S. Roy, “Nutrition behaviour change communication causes sustained effects on IYCN knowledge in two cluster-randomised trials in Bangladesh”, submitted to Maternal and Child Nutrition, January 2017.
K. Hirvonen, J. Hoddinott, B. Minten and D. Stifel, “Children’s diets, nutrition knowledge, and access to markets", revised version submitted to World Development, November 2016.
J. Hoddinott, S. Gillespie and S. Yosef, “Public-Private Partnerships and the reduction of undernutrition in developing countries”, under revision for World Bank Research Observer, October 2016.
D. Headey, J. Hoddinott and S. Park, “Accounting for nutritional changes in six success stories: A regression-decomposition approach”, under revision for Global Food Security, September 2016.
M. Hidrobo, J. Hoddinott, N. Kumar and M. Olivier, “Social protection, food security and assets”, revised version submitted to World Development, September 2016.
J. Hoddinott, S. Sandström and J. Upton, “The impact of cash and food transfers: Evidence from a randomized intervention in Niger”, under second revision for American Journal of Agricultural Economics, October 2014.