Lisa Cameron
Lisa Cameron
Professorial Research Fellow, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
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Raising the stakes in the ultimatum game: Experimental evidence from Indonesia
LA Cameron
Economic Inquiry 37 (1), 47-59, 1999
Risk-taking behavior in the wake of natural disasters
L Cameron, M Shah
Journal of Human Resources 50 (2), 484-515, 2015
Little emperors: behavioral impacts of China's One-Child Policy
L Cameron, N Erkal, L Gangadharan, X Meng
Science 339 (6122), 953-957, 2013
Propensities to engage in and punish corrupt behavior: Experimental evidence from Australia, India, Indonesia and Singapore
L Cameron, A Chaudhuri, N Erkal, L Gangadharan
Journal of Public Economics 93 (7-8), 843-851, 2009
Gender, culture, and corruption: Insights from an experimental analysis
V Alatas, L Cameron, A Chaudhuri, N Erkal, L Gangadharan
Southern Economic Journal, 663-680, 2009
Cannabis, alcohol and cigarettes: substitutes or complements?
L Cameron, J Williams
Economic Record 77 (236), 19-34, 2001
Economic geography and wages
M Amiti, L Cameron
The Review of Economics and Statistics 89 (1), 15-29, 2007
Can a public scholarship program successfully reduce school drop-outs in a time of economic crisis? Evidence from Indonesia
L Cameron
Economics of Education review 28 (3), 308-317, 2009
Trade liberalization and the wage skill premium: Evidence from Indonesia
M Amiti, L Cameron
Journal of International Economics 87 (2), 277-287, 2012
The impact of minimum wages on employment in a low-income country: a quasi-natural experiment in Indonesia
V Alatas, LA Cameron
ILr review 61 (2), 201-223, 2008
Subject pool effects in a corruption experiment: A comparison of Indonesian public servants and Indonesian students
V Alatas, L Cameron, A Chaudhuri, N Erkal, L Gangadharan
Experimental Economics 12 (1), 113-132, 2009
The importance of learning in the adoption of high‐yielding variety seeds
LA Cameron
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (1), 83-94, 1999
Do coresidency and financial transfers from the children reduce the need for elderly parents to works in developing countries?
LA Cameron, D Cobb-Clark
Journal of Population Economics 21 (4), 1007-1033, 2008
The residency decision of elderly Indonesians: A nested logit analysis
L Cameron
Demography 37 (1), 17-27, 2000
Education and labor market participation of women in Asia: Evidence from five countries
LA Cameron, J Malcolm Dowling, C Worswick
Economic Development and Cultural Change 49 (3), 459-477, 2001
Impact evaluation of a large-scale rural sanitation project in Indonesia
L Cameron, M Shah, S Olivia
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2013
The double burden of malnutrition in SE Asia and the Pacific: priorities, policies and politics
L Haddad, L Cameron, I Barnett
Health policy and planning 30 (9), 1193-1206, 2015
Survey of recent developments
L Cameron
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 35 (1), 3-41, 1999
Education expenditure responses to crop loss in Indonesia: A gender bias
LA Cameron, C Worswick
Economic development and cultural change 49 (2), 351-363, 2001
Poverty and inequality in Java: examining the impact of the changing age, educational and industrial structure
LA Cameron
Journal of Development Economics 62 (1), 149-180, 2000
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