Research Publications for Susan Olivia
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Olivia, S., & Gibson, J. (2015). Value-added from space? Empirical evidence from Indonesia. In 12th Midwest International Economic Development Conference (pp. 36 pages). University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Olivia, S. (2015). Will your neighbours make you sick? Evidence from early childhood health in rural Indonesia. In 11th World Congress International Health Economics. Milan.
Cameron, L., Olivia, S., & Shah, M. (2015). Initial conditions matter: Social capital and participatory development: IZA Discussion Paper (9563). Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA).
Gibson, J., Kim, B., & Olivia, S. (2014). Cluster-corrected standard errors with exact locations known: An example from rural Indonesia. Economics Bulletin, 34(3), 1857-1863.
Olivia, S., Gibson, J., Brabyn, L. K., & Stichbury, G. (2014). Monitoring economic activity in Indonesia using night light detected from space. In The 12th Indonesian Regional Science Association Conference. Conference held at Makassar, Indonesia.
Olivia, S., & Gibson, J. (2014). Value-added from space?. Poster session presented at the meeting of American Economic Association (AEA) Meeting. Philadelphia, USA.
Olivia, S., & Gibson, J. (2013). Economic rise and decline in Indonesia - as seen from space. In Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2013 Annual Meeting. Conference held at Washington DC, USA.
Cameron, L., Shah, M., & Olivia, S. (2013). Impact evaluation of a large-scale rural sanitation project in Indonesia (WPS6360). World Bank.
Brabyn, L., Olivia, S., Gibson, J., & Stichbury, G. A. (2013). Monitoring economic activity in Indonesia using night light detected from space. In International Geographical Union Conference. Conference held at Kyoto, Japan.
Olivia, S., & Gibson, J. (2013). Using Engel curves to measure CPI bias for Indonesia. Bulletin of Indonesian Studies, 49(1), 85-101. doi:10.1080/00074918.2013.772942