Lykke Eg Andersen’s publications:

22) Andersen Lykke E., Jemio, Luis Carlos & Agnes Medinaceli (2018) “Bolivia’s Green National Accounts through a Commodity Supercycle.” Latin American Journal of Economic Development, 29, p. 51-84.  http://www.iisec.ucb.edu.bo/assets/publicacion/Desarrollo_Economico_N_29_WEB-52-85.pdf 

21) Andersen, Lykke E., Ben Groom, Evan Killick, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Charles Palmer, Diana Weinhold (2017) “Modelling Land Use, Deforestation, and Policy: A Hybrid Optimisation-Heterogeneous Agent Model with Application to the Bolivian Amazon”, Ecological Economics, 135: 76-90. ISSN 0921-8009, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.12.033.

20) Andersen, Lykke E., Dorte Verner & Manfred Wiebelt (2016) “Gender and Climate Change in Latin America: An analysis of vulnerability, adaptation and resilience based on household surveys.” Journal of International Development, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jid.3259/full.

19) Andersen, Lykke E., Anna Sophia Doyle, Susana del Granado, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Agnes Medinaceli, Montserrat Valdivia & Diana Weinhold (2016). Net Carbon Emissions from Deforestation in Bolivia during 1990-2000 and 2000-2010: Results from a carbon bookkeeping model. PLoS ONE, 11(3): e0151241. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151241.

Available at: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0151241

18) Andersen, Lykke E., Marcelo Cardona & Daniela Romero (2015) “Do irrigation programs make poor rural communities in Bolivia less vulnerable to climatic and other shocks?” Latin American Journal of Economic Development, 24: 9-46.

17) Lykke E. Andersen & Dorte Verner (2014) “Social Impacts of Climate Change in Bolivia: A municipal level analysis of the effects of recent climate change on life expectancy, consumption, poverty and inequality” Latin American Journal of Economic Development22: 49-84.

16) Lykke E. Andersen, Jonah Busch, Elizabeth Curran, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Joaquin Mayorga & Pablo Ruiz (2014) “Impactos Socioeconómicos y ambientales de compensaciones por la reducción de emisiones de deforestación en Bolivia: resultados del modelo OSIRIS-Bolivia” Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Económico, 22: 7-48.

15) Jemio, Luis Carlos & Lykke E. Andersen (2013) “Insights from Bolivia’s Green National Accounts” Latin American Journal of Economic Development19: 125-136.

14) Andersen, Lykke E. (2010) “Social Mobility in Bolivia is finally improving!” Latin American Journal of Economic Development, 13: 117-136.

13) Andersen, Lykke E. & Clive W. J. Granger (2007) “Modeling Amazon Deforestation for Policy Purposes: Reconciling Conservation Priorities and Human Development” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 8(3): 201-210.

12) Andersen, Lykke E. (2007) “Entradas y Salidas de la Pobreza: El Papel de los Comportamientos Reproductivos Usando Datos de Panel de Nicaragua, 1998-2001.” Notas de Población, No. 83, pp. 127-154.

11) Andersen, Lykke E., Johann Caro, Robert Faris & Mauricio Medinaceli (2007) “Natural Gas and Inequality in Bolivia after Nationalization.”The Journal of Energy and Development, 31(2): 233-260.

10 ) Andersen, Lykke E. (2006) “Book Review: The Economics of Deforestation – Dispelling the Myths” Environmental Sciences 3(4), pp. 1-2.

9) Andersen, Lykke E., Bent Jesper Christensen & Claudia Delgadillo (2005) “Movilidad Laboral en Bolivia: Una Comparación entre Empleados de los Sectores Público y Privado” Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Económico, Edición Especial sobre Crecimiento Económico y Movilidad Social, pp. 43-64, Julio.

8) Andersen, Lykke E. & Robert Faris (2004) “Natural Gas and Inequality in Bolivia” Latin American Journal of Economic Development, No. 2, pp. 57-90.

7) Andersen, Lykke E. (2003) “Baja movilidad social en Bolivia: Causas y consecuencias para el desarrollo” Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Económico, No. 1. pp. 11-36.

6) Mercado, Alejandro F., Lykke E. Andersen & Beatriz Muriel (2003) “Discriminación étnica en el sistema educativo y el mercado de trabajo de Bolivia.” Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Económico, No. 1. pp. 69-98.

5) Andersen, Lykke E. and Beatriz Muriel (2002) “Cantidad versus Calidad en Educación: Implicaciones para Pobreza” Revista de Estudios Económicos y Sociales, No. 1, pp. 11 – 41.

4) Andersen, Lykke E. and Osvaldo Nina (2001) “The HIPC Initiative in Bolivia” Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Vol. XXI, No. 2, pp. 343 – 376.

3) Andersen, Lykke E. (2001) “Wage Differentials between Bolivian Cities” Economía Política, Vol. II, No. 1, pp. 48-62.

2) Andersen, Lykke E., Clive W. J. Granger & Eustáquio J. Reis  (1997) “A Random Coefficient VAR Transition Model of the Changes in Land Use in the Brazilian Amazon.” The Brazilian Review of Econometrics 17(1): 1-13.

1) Andersen, Lykke E. (1996) “The Causes of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.” Journal of Environment & Development, 5(3): 309-328.

41) Andersen, L. E., Canelas, S., Gonzales, A., Peñaranda, L. (2020) Atlas municipal de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible en Bolivia 2020. La Paz: Universidad Privada Boliviana, SDSN Bolivia.

40) Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. &  Canelas, S. eds. (2016) El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia.

39) Andersen, L. E. & Branisa, B. (2016) Introducción al ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 1-15.

38) Andersen, L. E., Cardona, C., Del Granado, S., Doyle, A. S. & Valdivia, M. (2016) A – Agua Potable. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz -Bolivia, pp. 17-24.

37) Andersen, L. E., Del Granado, S., Doyle, A. S. & Valdivia, M. (2016) B – Basura. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 27-34.

36) Andersen, L. E., Molina, 0. & Doyle, A. S. (2016) D – Desigualdad. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz ­ Bolivia, pp. 55-60.

35) Andersen, L. E., Acuna, J., Jemio, L. C., Soria, F. E. & Zegarra, N. (2016) E – Educación. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz -Bolivia, pp. 63-71.

34) Aliaga Lordemann, J., Andersen, L. E., Herrera Jiménez, A. & Valdivia, M. (2016) F ­ Felicidad. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. . El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz -Bolivia, pp. 73-78.

33) Branisa, B., Doyle, A. 5., Soria, F. E., Andersen, L. E.. & Valdivia, M. (2016) G – Genero. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia,pp. 81-89.

32) Andersen, L. E. & Jemio, L. C. (2016) H – Hacienda pública. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 91-98.

31) Andersen, L. E., Doyle, A. S., Soria, F. E. & Valdivia, M. (2016) I- Internet. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 101-106.

30) Branisa, B., Andersen, L. E., Cardona, M. & Zegarra, N. (2016) L – Luz eléctrica. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp.131-137.

29) Andersen, L. E., Andersen, N., Kornacka, M. & Valdivia, M. (2016) M – Migración. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp.139-145.

28) Andersen, L. E., Doyle, A. S. & Kornacka, M. (2016) Q – Quemas y chaqueo. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 191-196.

27) Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Cardona, M. (2016) S – Salud. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 207-213.

26) Branisa, B., Andersen, L. E., Beyer, D., Cardona, M. & Alonso Álvarez, S. (2016) W – Wawas con wawas. En: Andersen, L. E., Branisa, B. & Canelas, S. eds. El ABC del desarrollo en Bolivia. Fundación INESAD: La Paz – Bolivia, pp. 255-261.

25) Andersen, Lykke E., Clemens Breisinger, Luis Carlos Jemio, Daniel Mason-D’Croz, Claudia Ringler, Richard D. Robertson, Dorte Verner and Manfred Wiebelt (2016). Climate change impacts: Prospects for 2050 in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). http://dx.doi.org/10.2499/9780896295810.

24) Fenton, Ioulia, Lykke E. Andersen and Tracey Li (eds.) (2015) “Global Green Accounting 2015: The first anual annotated bibliography of green national accounting efforts around the world“. La Paz: Fundación INESAD.

23) Andersen, L. E. & L. C. Jemio (2015) La dinámica del cambio climático en Bolivia (Eds). La Paz: Fundación INESAD.

22) BID-CEPAL (2014) “La economía del cambio climático en el Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia.” Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe. Monografía del BID; 220. 96 p.

21) Jemio, L. C. & L. E. Andersen (2014) “La economía del cambio climático en Bolivia: Estimación de impactos en equilibrio general.” Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. División de Cambio Climático y Sostenibilidad. Monografia No. IDB-MG-201.

20) Andersen, L. E. (2014) “La economía del cambio climático en Bolivia: Impactos sobre la biodiversidad.” Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. División de Cambio Climático y Sostenibilidad. Monografia No. IDB-MG-192.

19) Andersen, L. E., L. C. Jemio & H. Valencia (2014) “La economía del cambio climático en Bolivia: Impactos en el sector agropecuario.” Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. División de Cambio Climático y Sostenibilidad. Monografia No. IDB-MG-191.

18) Andersen, Lykke E. (2011) Development from within. La Paz: Plural editores.

17) Andersen, Lykke E., John Geary, Claus Portner & Dorte Verner (2010) “Human Health and Climate Change.” In: Verner, Dorte (Ed.)Reducing Poverty, Protecting Livelihoods, and Building Assets in a Changing Climate: Social Implications of Climate Change in Latin America and the Caribbean . Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. Chapter 6, pp: 167-194.

16) Andersen, Lykke E., Lotte Lund & Dorte Verner (2010) “Migration and Climate Change.” In: Verner, Dorte (Ed.) Reducing Poverty, Protecting Livelihoods, and Building Assets in a Changing Climate: Social Implications of Climate Change in Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. Chapter 7, pp: 195-220.

15) Andersen, Lykke E. & Dorte Verner (2010) “Simulating the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty and Inequality.” In: Verner, Dorte (Ed.)Reducing Poverty, Protecting Livelihoods, and Building Assets in a Changing Climate: Social Implications of Climate Change in Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. Chapter 9, pp: 249-266.

14) Andersen, Lykke E. & Horacio Valencia (2010) “Trabajo No-agrícola de las Familias Rurales en Bolivia: Un Análisis de Determinantes y Efectos.” En: Muriel, Beatriz (Ed.) El Mercado Laboral en Bolivia, La Paz: Editorial Quatro Hnos. Pp: 103-120.

13) Andersen, Lykke E. & Laura Valdez (2010) “Turismo en el Salar de Uyuni: Restricciones y Potencialidades.” En: Muriel, Beatriz (Ed.) El Mercado Laboral en Bolivia, La Paz: Editorial Quatro Hnos. Pp: 157-176.

12) Andersen, Lykke E. & Laura Valdez (2010) “Potencial Turístico del Municipio de Tiwanaku.” En: Muriel, Beatriz (Ed.) El Mercado Laboral en Bolivia, La Paz: Editorial Quatro Hnos. Pp: 177-191.

11) Andersen, Lykke E., Ernesto Cupé, Carlos Foronda, Oscar Molina & Soraya Román (2008) Diagnóstico, modelo y atlas municipal de seguridad alimentaria en Bolivia. World Food Programme, United Nations, La Paz, March.

10) Andersen, Lykke E., Osvaldo Nina (2006) “Regional Integration and Poverty: The Case of Bolivia.” In: Velde, Dirk Willem te (ed.) Regional Integration and Poverty. Hampshire: Ashgate. Chapter 6, pp. 149-212.

9) Andersen, Lykke E., Johann Caro, Robert Faris & Mauricio Medinaceli (2006) “Gas Natural y Desigualdad en Bolivia Después de la Nacionalización” Fundación Milenio, Cologuios Económicos No. 4, pp. 1-25. La Paz, Bolivia, September.

8) Andersen, Lykke E., Osvaldo Nina & Dirk Willem te Velde (2006) “Reform, growth and poverty in Bolivia.” In: Sharma, Kishor & Oliver Morrissey (eds.) Trade, Growth and Inequality in the Era of Globalization. New York: Routledge. Chapter 11, pp. 208-230.

7) Sistema de las Naciones Unidas (2004) “Escenarios de Inversión Social al 2015 para Alcanzar los Objetivos en Educación, Salud, Agua y Saneamiento.” Managua, Nicaragua, October.

6) Andersen, Lykke E. (2003) “Social Mobility in Latin America: Links with Adolescent Schooling” in Duryea, Suzanne, Alejandra Cox Edwards & Manuelita Ureta (eds.) Critical Decisions at a Critical Age: Adolescents and Young Adults in Latin America. Washington D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank. Chapter 6, pp. 219-247.

5) Andersen, Lykke E., Clive W. J. Granger, Eustáquio J. Reis, Diana Weinhold, Sven Wunder (2002) The Dynamics of Deforestation and Economic Development in the Brazilian Amazon. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

4) Andersen, Lykke E. (1999) “Deforestation and Economic Growth in the Brazilian Amazon” PhD Thesis no. 1999-1, Department of Economics, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

3) Andersen, Lykke E. & Eustáquio J. Reis (1998) “Desflorestamento e Políticas Governamentais na Amazonia Brasileira: Uma Análise Econométrica.” In: IPEA (1998) A Economia Brasileira em Perspectiva — 1998. Rio de Janeiro: IPEA. Vol. II, Chapter 20, pp. 761-792.

2) Andersen, Lykke E. (1998) “Uma análise de custo-benefício do desflorestamento na Amazônia Brasileira.” In: IPEA (1998) A Economia Brasileira em Perspectiva — 1998. Rio de Janeiro: IPEA. Vol. II, Chapter 22, pp. 823-866.

1) Andersen, Lykke E. & Eustáquio J. Reis (1997) “Deforestation, Development, and Government Policy in the Brazilian Amazon: An Econometric Analysis.” In: Hickey, Kevin L. & Demitri Kantarelis (1997) Our Natural Environment: At a Crossroad. Worchester, MA: Interdisciplinary Environmental Association.

94) Acuña, J., L. E. Andersen & L. Gonzales (2020) “Datos Territoriales para la gestión de la Pandemia: El caso de COVID-19 – Bolivia.” Centro Latinoamericano de Políticas Económicas y Sociales, Universidad de Chile (CLAPESUC), Documento de Trabajo No. 77, junio.

93) Andersen, L.E., A. Medinaceli, C. Maldonado & W. Hernani-Limarino (2020) “A country at risk of being left behind: Bolivia’s quest for quality education.” Southern Voice, Occasional Paper Series No. 63, May.

92) Andersen, L.E., R. Anker & M. Anker (2020) “Living Wage Report: Caribbean coast of Colombia.” The Global Living Wage Coalition, Series 1, Report 20, May.

91) Andersen, L.E., R. Anker & M. Anker (2020) “Informe sobre el salario vital: Costa caribeña de Colombia.” The Global Living Wage Coalition, Series 1, Informe 20, mayo.

90) Andersen, L.E., R. Anker & M. Anker (2019) “Living Wage Report: Managua, Nicaragua” The Global Living Wage Coalition, November.

89) Andersen, L.E., W. Hernani-Limarino (2019) “Living Wage Report: Northeast Nicaragua.” The Global Living Wage Coalition, Series 1, Report 20, January.

88) Andersen, L.E., W. Hernani-Limarino (2019) “Informe sobre el salario vital: Noroeste de Nicaragua.” The Global Living Wage Coalition, Series 1, Informe 20, enero.

87) Andersen, L.E., S. Del Granado, A. Medinaceli & M. A. Roca (2018) “The effectiveness of the safeguards in place for three highway projects in Bolivia.” Global Economic Governance Inititiative Working Paper No. 20, Global Development Policy Center, Boston University, October. http://www.bu.edu/gdp/files/2018/10/GEGI_GDP-Bolivia-WP.pdf

86) Luis Carlos Jemio, Lykke E. Andersen & Agnes Medinaceli (2017). Bolivia’s Green National Accounts through a Commodity Super Cycle. Development Research Working Paper Series No. 05/2017. Institute for Advanced Development Studies (INESAD), La Paz, Bolivia. Available online: https://www.inesad.edu.bo/en/2017/12/04/bolivias-green-national-accounts-through-a-commodity-super-cycle/

85) Andersen, Lykke E., Augustus Griffin, Justus J. Krause &  Gabriel Orduña Montekio (2017). Measuring Equality of Opportunity in Early Childhood: A methodological proposal using Demographic and Health Surveys. Development Research Working Paper Series No. 04/2017. Institute for Advanced Development Studies (INESAD), La Paz, Bolivia. Available online: https://www.inesad.edu.bo/en/2017/12/04/measuring-equality-of-opportunity-in-early-childhood-a-methodological-proposal-using-demographic-and-health-surveys-2/

84) Andersen, Lykke E., Anna Sophia Doyle, Susana del Granado, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Agnes Medinaceli, Montserrat Valdivia and Diana Weinhold (2016). Emisiones Netas de Carbono Provenientes de la Deforestacion en Bolivia durante 1990-200 y 2000-2010: Resultados de un modelo de Contabildiad de Carbono.” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2016. Institute for Advanced Development Studies (INESAD), La Paz, Bolivia. Available online: https://inesad.edu.bo/2016/05/04/emisiones-netas-de-carbono-provenientes-de-la-deforestacion-en-bolivia-durante-1990-2000-y-2000-2010-resultados-de-un-modelo-de-contabilidad-de-carbono/.

83) Andersen, Lykke E. and Luis Carlos Jemio (2016). Decentralization and Poverty Reduction in Bolivia: Challenges and Opportunities. Development Research Working Paper Series No. 01/2016. Institute for Advanced Development Studies (INESAD), La Paz, Bolivia. Available online: https://inesad.edu.bo/2016/03/21/decentralization-and-poverty-reduction-in-bolivia-challenges-and-opportunities/.

82) Jemio, L. C. & L. E. Andersen (2015) “Identifying opportunities in a changing climate: Research priorities for reducing vulnerability, poverty and inequality.” World Economic and Social Survey Background Paper. New York: United Nations. December. Available at: https://wess.un.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/WESS-2016-BP_Jemio-and-Andersen_31Dec2015_.pdf

81) Del Granado, Susana & Lykke E. Andersen (2015) “Flujos físicos y monetarios relacionados a los recursos hídricos en las ciudades de La Paz y El Alto” Development Research Working Paper Series 04/2015, Institute for Advanced Development Studies. La Paz, April.

80) Lykke E. Andersen, 2015. “A Cost-benefit Analysis of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon,”Discussion Papers 0065, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada – IPEA.

79) Lykke E. Andersen & Eustáquio J. Reis, 2015. “Deforestation, Development, and Government Policy in the Brazilian Amazon: an Econometric Analysis,”Discussion Papers 0069, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada – IPEA.

78) Luis Carlos Jemio & Lykke E. Andersen & Clemens Breisinger & Manfred Wiebelt, 2015. “An agriculture-focused, regionally disaggregated SAM for Mexico 2008,”Development Research Working Paper Series 02/2015, Institute for Advanced Development Studies.

77) Luis Carlos Jemio & Lykke E. Andersen & Clemens Breisinger & Manfred Wiebelt, 2015. “Regional development, income distribution and gender in Bolivia: Insights from a 2012 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) and Multiplier Analysis,”Development Research Working Paper Series01/2015, Institute for Advanced Development Studies.

76) Jemio, Luis Carlos; Andersen, Lykke E.; Breisinger, Clemens and Wiebelt, Manfred (2015) “Regional development, income distribution and gender in Bolivia: Insights from a 2012 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) and Multiplier Analysis.” Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

75) Lykke E. Andersen & Dorte Verner & Manfred Wiebelt, 2014. “Gender and Climate Change in Latin America: An analysis of vulnerability, adaptation and resilience based on household surveys,”Development Research Working Paper Series 08/2014, Institute for Advanced Development Studies.

74) Lykke E. Andersen & Anna Sophia Doyle & Dorte Verner & Manfred Wiebelt, 2014. “Gender, Ethnicity and Climate Change in Mexico: An analysis of vulnerability and resilience based on household surveys,”Development Research Working Paper Series 07/2014, Institute for Advanced Development Studies.

73) Ricardo A. Rojas Quiroga & Tracey Li & Gonzalo Lora & Lykke Andersen, 2013. “A Measurement of the Carbon Sequestration Potential of Guadua Angustifolia in the Carrasco National Park, Bolivia,”Development Research Working Paper Series 04/2013, Institute for Advanced Development Studies.

72) Andersen, Lykke E., Clemens Breisinger, Daniel Mason-D’Croz, Luis Carlos Jemio, Claudia Ringler, Richard Robertson, Dorte Verner & Manfred Wiebelt (2014) “Agriculture, Incomes, and Gender in Latin America by 2050: An Assessment of Climate Change Impacts and Household Resilience for Brazil, Mexico, and Peru“, Country Development Strategy, IFPRI Discussion Paper No. 01390, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington D.C., December.

71) Andersen, Lykke E., Ugur Bilge, Ben Groom, David Gutierrez, Evan Killick, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Charles Palmer and Diana Weinhold (2014) “Modelling land use, deforestation, and policy analysis: A hybrid optimization-ABM heterogeneous agent model with application to the Bolivian Amazon” Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, Working Paper No. 186, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, Working Paper No. 164. London School of Economics, September.

70) Andersen, Lykke E. & Marcelo Cardona (2014) “Construyendo resiliencia ante shocks adversos: Factores y estrategias asociadas a la vulnerabilidad y la resiliencia” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 01/2014, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, January.

69) Andersen, Lykke E. & Marcelo Cardona (2013) “Building Resilience against Adverse Shocks: What are the determinants of vulnerability and resilience?” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2013, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

68) Andersen, Lykke E., Jonah Busch, Elizabeth Curran, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Joaquin Mayorga & Pablo Ruiz (2012) ” Impactos socio-económicos y ambientales de compensaciones por la reducción de emisiones de deforestación en Bolivia: Resultados del modelo OSIRIS-Bolivia ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 05/2012, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, March.

67) Andersen, Lykke E., Jonah Busch, Elizabeth Curran, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Joaquin Mayorga & Melissa Bellier (2012) ” Environmental and socio-economic consequences of forest carbon payments in Bolivia: Results of the OSIRIS-Bolivia model ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2012, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, March.

66) Jemio, Luis Carlos & Lykke E. Andersen (2010) “Insights from Bolivias Green National Accounts” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 15/2010, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

65) Andersen, Lykke E. & Dorte Verner (2010) ” Social Impacts of Climate Change in Mexico: A municipality level analysis of the effects of recent and future climate change on human development and inequality” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 09/2010, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, July.

64) Andersen, Lykke E., Soraya Román & Dorte Verner(2010) “Social Impacts of Climate Change in Brazil: A municipal level analysis of the effects of recent and future climate change on income, health and inequality” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 08/2010, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, July.

63) Andersen, Lykke E. (2010) “El impacto de la migración y las remesas sobre la pobreza y la movilidad económica de las familias en Nicaragua” Serie Población y Desarrollo, United Nations Population Fund, Managua, Nicaragua, Junio.

62) Andersen, Lykke E. (2010) “Evaluación Cuanti-Cualitativa del Programa de Atención a Niños y Niñas Menores de Seis Años (PAN) en Bolivia.” Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, División de Protección Social y Salud, Notas Técnicas, No. IDB-TN-137, Washington D.C., May.

61) Andersen, Lykke E. & Dorte Verner (2010) “Social Impacts of Climate Change in Chile: A Municipal Level Analysis of the Effects of Recent and Future Climate Change on Human Development and Inequality” Policy Research Working Paper No. 5170, The World Bank, Washington D.C., January.

60) Andersen, Lykke E. & Horacio Valencia (2010) “Trabajo No Agrícola de las Familias Rurales en Bolivia: Un Análisis de Determinantes y Efectos” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 01/2010, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, January.

59) Valdez, Laura & Lykke E. Andersen (2009) “ Turismo en Uyuni: Restricciones y Potencialidades” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 18/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

58) Andersen, Lykke E. (2009b) “Social Mobility in Bolivia is Finally Improving!” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 16/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

57) Valencia, Horacio & Lykke E. Andersen (2009) “Cambios Climáticos en Bolivia hasta 2100: Análisis de los Impactos sobre el Sector Agropecuario” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 13/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

56) Andersen, Lykke E. (2009a) “Cambio Climático en Bolivia: Impactos sobre Bosque y Biodiversidad” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 11/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

55) Jemio, Luis Carlos & Lykke E. Andersen (2009) “La Economía Boliviana en el Siglo XXI: Un escenario base elaborado con la ayuda de un Modelo de Equilibrio General Computable (BOLIXXI)” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 10/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

54) Andersen, Lykke E. & Dorte Verner (2009) “Social impacts of climate change in Bolivia : a municipal level analysis of the efects of recent climate change on life expectancy, consumption, poverty and inequality” Policy Research Working Paper No. 5092, The World Bank, Washington D.C., October.

53) Andersen, Lykke E., Addy Suxo & Dorte Verner (2009) “Social impacts of climate change in Peru : a district level analysis of the effects of recent and future climate change on human development and inequality” Policy Research Working Paper No. 5091, The World Bank, Washington D.C., October.

52) Andersen, Lykke E. & Bent Jesper Christensen (2009) “The Static and Dynamic Benefits of Migration and Remittances in Nicaragua” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 5/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, August.

51) Andersen, Lykke E., Beatriz Muriel & Horacio Valencia (2009) “Non-Agricultural Labor from Rural Farmers in Bolivia: Determinants and Effects” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 1/2009, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, April.

50) Andersen, Lykke E. & Bent Jesper Christensen (2008) “The Static and Dynamic Benefits of Migration and Remittances in Nicaragua” Globalization Working Paper No. 1/2008, School of Economics and Management, University of Aarhus, April.

49) Andersen, Lykke E. (2007b) “Análisis y Proyecciones de Población y Pobreza para Nicaragua 2005 – 2025” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 8/2007, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, October.

48) Andersen, Lykke E. & Beatriz Muriel (2007) “Informality and Productivity in Bolivia: A Gender Differentiated Empirical Analysis” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 7/2007, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, September.

47) Andersen, Lykke E. & Osvaldo Nina (2007) “Geographical Constraints to Growth in Bolivia” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 5/2007, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, March.

46) Andersen, Lykke E. (2007a) “Entradas y Salidas de la Pobreza: El Papel de los Comportamientos Reproductivos Usando Datos de Panel de Nicaragua, 1998-2001” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 3/2007, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, February.

45) Andersen, Lykke E. (2006b) “ How Best to Use the Extraordinary Hydrocarbon Revenues in Bolivia: Results from a Computable General Equilibrium Model” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 14/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

44) Granger, Clive W. J., & Lykke E. Andersen (2006) “ Modeling Amazon Deforestation for Policy Purposes” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 12/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, October.

43) Andersen, Lykke E. (2006a) “ El Impacto de los Cambios en el Uso de Suelo sobre la Economía en el Departamento de Santa Cruz” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 11/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, September.

42) Andersen, Lykke E., Johann Caro, Robert Faris & Mauricio Medinaceli (2006b) “ Gas Natural y Desigualdad en Bolivia Después de la Nacionalización ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 08/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, August.

41) Andersen, Lykke E., Johann Caro, Robert Faris & Mauricio Medinaceli (2006a) “ Natural Gas and Inequality in Bolivia after Nationalization” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 05/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

40) Andersen, Lykke E., Juan Carlos Ledezma & Martin Vargas (2006) “Un Mosaico de Conservación, Desarrollo Humano y Tensiones en el Corredor Amboró-Madidi” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 04/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

39) Andersen, Lykke E., Milenka Ocampo & Martin Vargas (2006) “Conservación y Desarrollo Humano: Un Análisis Dinámico Cuantitativo del Corredor Amboró-Madidi” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 03/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

38) Andersen, Lykke E. & Bent Jesper Christensen (2006) “Labor Mobility in Bolivia: On-the-Job Search Behavior of Private and Public Sector Employees” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 01/2006, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, January.

37) Andersen, Lykke E., Bent Jesper Christensen & Oscar Molina (2005) “The Impact of Aid on Recipient Behavior: A Micro-Level Dynamic Analysis of Remittances, Schooling, Work, Consumption, Investment and Social Mobility in Nicaragua ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2005, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, December.

36) Andersen, Lykke E., Bent Jesper Christensen & Claudia Delgadillo (2005) “Movilidad Laboral en Bolivia: Una Comparación entre Empleados de los Sectores Público y Privado” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2005, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, March.

35) Nina, Osvaldo & Lykke E. Andersen (2004) “Regional Integration and Poverty: A case study of Bolivia.” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 06/2004, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, September.

34) Andersen, Lykke E., Osvaldo Nina & Dirw Willem te Velde (2004) “Trade, FDI, Growth and Poverty in Bolivia.” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 03/2004, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, July.

33) Andersen, Lykke E., Alice Brooks & Alejandro F. Mercado (2004) “Macroeconomic Policies to Increase Social Mobility and Growth in Bolivia.” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 02/2004, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, July.

32) Andersen, Lykke E. & Oscar Molina (2004) “Análisis Estadístico y Económico sobre las Características de la Permanencia y Acceso Diferenciado por Género en el Sistema Educativo Boliviano a Nivel Municipal” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 01/2004, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, April.

31) Andersen, Lykke E. (2003b) “ Proyeciones de Población y Pobreza para Nicaragua 1995-2015 ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 04/2003, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

30) Andersen, Lykke E. (2003a) “ Population and Poverty Projections for Nicaragua 1995-2015 ” Development Research Working Paper Series No. 03/2003, Institute for Advanced Development Studies, La Paz, Bolivia, June.

29) Andersen, Lykke E. & José Luis Evia (2003b) “The Effectiveness of Foreign Aid in Bolivia.” Working Paper no. 10/2003. Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, September.

28) Andersen, Lykke E. & José Luis Evia (2003a) “La Efectividad de la Ayuda Externa en Bolivia.” Working Paper no. 9/2003. Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, September.

27) Andersen, Lykke E., Alejandro F. Mercado & Beatriz Muriel (2003) “Discriminación Étnica en Bolivia: En el Sistema Educativo y el Mercado de Trabajo.” Working Paper no. 3/2003. Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, March.

26) Andersen, Lykke E. & Manfred Wiebelt (2003) “La Mala Calidad de la Educación en Bolivia y sus Consecuencias para el Desarrollo”Working Paper no. 2/2003. Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, February.

25) Andersen, Lykke E. (2002c) “Migración Rural-Urbana en Bolivia: Ventajas y Desventajas” Working Paper no. 12/2002, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, December.

24) Andersen, Lykke E. (2002b) “Rural-Urban Migration in Bolivia: Advantages and Disadvantages” Working Paper no. 5/2002, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, February.

23) Andersen, Lykke E. (2002a) “Baja Movilidad Social en Bolivia: Causas y Consecuencias para el Desarrollo” Working Paper no. 2/2002, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, February.

22) Andersen, Lykke E. & Robert Faris (2002c)  “Gas Natural y Distribución de Ingresos en Bolivia.” Andean Competitiveness Working Paper. Center for International Development. Harvard University. February.

21) Andersen, Lykke E. & Robert Faris (2002b) “Reducción de la Volatilidad Proveniente de la Exportación de Gas Natural:¿Es un Fondo de Estabilización la Respuesta?” Andean Competitiveness Working Paper. Center for International Development. Harvard University. February.

20) Andersen, Lykke E. & Robert Faris (2002a) “Natural Gas and Income Distribution in Bolivia” Andean Competitiveness Working Paper. Center for International Development. Harvard University. February.

19) Andersen, Lykke E. & Robert Faris (2001) “Reducing Volatility due to Natural Gas Exports: Is the answer a Stabilization Fund?” Andean Competitiveness Working Paper. Center for International Development. Harvard University. February.

18) Andersen, Lykke E. (2001c) “Social Mobility in Latin America: Links with Adolescent Schooling” Inter-American Development Bank, Working Paper Series R-433, July.

17) Andersen, Lykke E. (2001b) “Low Social Mobility in Bolivia: Causes and Consequences for Development.” Kiel Working Paper 1046, Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany, May.

16) Andersen, Lykke E. (2001a) “Low Social Mobility in Bolivia: Causes and Consequences for Development” Working Paper no. 3/2001, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, February.

15) Andersen, Lykke E. & Mauricio Meza (2001) “The Natural Gas Sector in Bolivia: An Overview” Working Paper no. 1/2001, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, January.

14) Andersen, Lykke E. & Osvaldo Nina (2000) “The HIPC Initiative in Bolivia” Working Paper no. 4/2000, Institute for Socio-Economic Research, Catholic University of Bolivia, La Paz, January.

13) Urquiola, Miguel, Lykke Andersen, Eduardo Antelo, José Luis Evia & Osvaldo Nina (2000) “Geography and Development in Bolivia: Migration, Urban and Industrial Concentration, Welfare, and Convergence: 1950-1992” Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department, Working Paper Series R-385. April.

12) Eustáquio J. Reis & Lykke E. Andersen (2000) “Carbon Emissions from Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon” Documento de Trabajo No. 01/2000, Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Economicas, Universidad Catolica Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia, March.

11) Andersen, Lykke E. (1999) “Wage Differentials Between Bolivian Cities”   Documento de Trabajo No. 02/99, Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Economicas, Universidad Catolica Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia, September.

10) Andersen, Lykke E. and Osvaldo Nina (1998) “Micro-Credit and Group Lending: The Collateral Effect” Working Paper No. 1998-18, Department of Economics, University of Aarhus, Denmark, February.

9) Andersen, Lykke E. (1997b) “Modelling the Relationship between Government Policy, Economic Growth, and Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.” Working Paper no. 97-2, Department of Economics, University of Aarhus, Denmark, February.

8) Andersen, Lykke E. and Eustaquio J. Reis (1997) “Deforestation, Development, and Government Policy in the Brazilian Amazon: An Econometric Analysis.” Discussion Paper No. 513, IPEA/DIPES, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September.

7) Andersen, Lykke E. (1997a) “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon“, Discussion Paper No. 455, IPEA/DIPES, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January.

6) Andersen, Lykke E., Clive W. J. Granger, Ling-Ling Huang, Eustáquio Reis, and Diana Weinhold (1996) “Report on Amazon Deforestation.” Discussion Paper no. 96-40, Department of Economics, University of California – San Diego, November.

5) Andersen, Lykke E., and Eustáquio J. Reis (1996) “Prediction and Evaluation of Amazon Deforestation”, Discussion Paper, IPEA/DIPES, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September.

4) Andersen, Lykke E. (1995) “An Econometric Analysis of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.” Discussion Paper no. 95-40, Department of Economics, University of California – San Diego, October.

3) Andersen, Lykke E. and Clive W. J. Granger (1995) “A Random Coefficient VAR Transition Model of the Changes in Land Use in the Brazilian Amazon.” Discussion Paper no. 95-35, Department of Economics, University of California – San Diego, August.

2) Andersen, Lykke E. (1994b) “Neural Networks as an Exploratory Statistical Technique.” Working Paper no. 1994-28, Centre for Non-linear Economic Modelling, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

1) Andersen, Lykke E. (1994a) “Convergence or Not? New Answers to Old Questions.”  Working Paper no. 1994-21, Centre for Non-linear Economic Modelling, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

180) 6 July 2020: Democracy Versus Health: 7 Suggestions for Safe Elections in Bolivia During a Pandemic

179) 10 June 2020: Índice Municipal de Vulnerabilidad al Cambio Climático

178) 22 May 2020: Bolivia is Incredibly Heterogeneous – Let’s Take Advantage of That When Fighting COVID-19

177) 12 May 2020: Between a Wall and a Nasty Virus

176) 1 May 2020: Forty Days of Quarantine – What Have We Learned?

175) 7 April 2020: Education Inequality in Bolivia

174) 20 March 2020: Measuring Inequality at the Sub-National Level in Bolivia

173) 11 March 2020: What is the collective transportation situation in Bolivia?

172) 15 October 2019: Tackling the inherent contradictions in SDG 5 on Gender Equality

171) 30 August 2019: Playing with fire in Santa Cruz

170) 22 August 2019: Deforestation and wildfires in Bolivia

169) 26 July 2019: Inputs for the National Policy for Integral Urban Development

168) 23 July 2019: The influence of language on human and economic development in Bolivia

167) 12 June 2019: The fiscal resource management capacity in Bolivian municipalities

166) 28 May 2019: The impacts of deforestation on biodiversity in Bolivia

165) 21 May 2019: Empty homes in the Bolivian highlands: Evidence of temporary and incomplete migration

164) 15 May 2019: Business dynamism in Bolivia

163) 30 April 2019: The most attractive municipalities in Bolivia (as measured by growth in electricity meters)

162) 16 April 2019: Measuring energy poverty and inequality at the municipal level in Bolivia

161) 5 April 2019: HIV is on the rise in Bolivia, but it is concentrated in just a handful of municipalities

160) 3 April 2019: Deforestation in Bolivia at the municipal level

159) 8 March 2018: Open and hidden gender inequality

158) 26 February 2018: The vicious circle of gender inequality in economics

157) 9 February 2018: Economics is the most dismal of sciences in terms of gender equality

156) 29 January 2018: Neophobia

155) 15 January 2018: Dollar Street: A virtual trip around the world to fight xenophobia

154) ZeitNews ViewPoint, 28 November 2012: “The End of Growth?

153) ZeitNews ViewPoint, 18 October 2012: “The Gamification of Life

152) OnThinkTanks, 1 October 2012: Can Consultancies Sustain a Long-Term Research Strategy in Developing Countries?

151) 11 December 2017: The number of people in extreme poverty fell by 137.000 since yesterday

150) 3 December 2017: Advantages and disadvantages of being disabled in Bolivia

149) 28 October 2017: Impressions from the 8th Bolivian Conference on Development Economics

148) 25 July 2017: Road blog No. 4: Traffic accidents in Bolivia have tripled since 2000

147) 24 July 2017: Road Blog No. 3: On the opportunity costs of road closures and construction delays

146) 22 July 2017: Road blog No. 2: Bad roads are debt traps as well as death traps

145) 16 July 2017: Road blog No. 1: Murderous road signs

144) 2 June 2017: Chasing a moving target: 100% coverage of water and sanitation in Bolivia by 2025

143) 25 May 2017: Pena de muerte versus castración preventiva: un ejercicio mental

142) 25 May 2017: Death penalty versus castration: A thought experiment

141) 21 April 2017: Are we inadvertently doing something good for the environment?

140) 4 April 2017: Equal pay for unequal work: A gender analysis of productivity at INESAD 

139) 7 March 2017: Killing us softly: On gender and violence

138) 2 March 2017: La igualdad de género en la educación

137) 2 March 2017: On Gender Equality in Education

136) 19 January 2017: If we coud measure poverty by gender, what would we find? 

135) 19 October 2016: 21 reasons why you should never date an economist (Anniversary edition)

134) 10 October 2016: On politics and parallel universes

133) 26 September 2016: Equality of opportunity and early childhood nutrition in Bolivia

132) 31 August 2016: To bee or not to bee? Is the world really facing a beepocalypse?

131) 16 August 2016: What to do about international migration

130) 18 july 2016: Where are the poor in Bolivia?

129) 13 June 2016: Does Education Pay in Bolivia?

128) 10 May 2016: Energy = Modern Civilization²

127) 03 May 2016: Changing Wealth – Changing Health

126) 22 March 2016: The Many Dimensions of Inequality

125) 23 September 2015: ¿Cuán potable es el agua de la pila en las ciudades de La Paz y El Alto?

124) 02 July 2015: Oil exploitation in protected areas – a contradiction in terms?

123) 29 June 2015: Tropical glacier loss: Real and fake solutions

122) 29 June 2015: Making smarter climate change policies requires us to acknowledge the limits to our knowledge

121) 05 June 2015: Time travel and other environmentally friendly pleasures

120) 01 June 2015: Deforestation and reforestation in Bolivia: A thought experiment

119) 19 March 2015: Día del padre y embarazos en adolescentes en Bolivia

118) 19 March 2015: Father’s Day and teenage pregnancy in Bolivia

117) 08 March 2015: Anti-feministic musings on International Women’s Day

116) 04 March 2015: Increíble inequidad de Internet

115) 04 March 2015: Incredible Internet Inequality

114) 12 February 2015: Trabajo y cerveza: una constante universal

113) 12 February 2015: The Universal Beer Work Constant

112) 02 February 2015: Homo rapiens, species extinction and the meaning of life

111) 12 December 2014: Transforming problems into opportunities by mimicking nature

110) 21 September 2014: Day of Spring, Love, Peace and Ice

109) 10 September 2014: Bolivia’s Joint Mitigation and Adaptation Mechanism in the limelight

108) 3 August 2014: Deforestation reduced – mission accomplished or too good to be true?

107) 1 May 2014: Climate finance: Looking for synergies instead of additionality

106) 29 March 2014: Earth Hour – why I have decided not to participate

105) 26 March 2014: We live in a dangerous world and not only rural, indigenous, old women are vulnerable

104) 26 November 2013: Meet Hans Rosling – keynote speaker at the next Bolivian Conference on Development Economics

103) 13 November 2013: Climate Finance for the Developing World: What is needed and how to make it inclusive?

102) 5 July 2013: The factors and strategies that determine vulnerability or resilience

101) 3 July 2013: How Dishonesty Works

100) 27 November 2012: The End of Growth?

99) 11 October 2012: Games Economists Play

98) 3 October 2012: The Gamification of Life

97) 20 September 2012: With or without you: Should the international cooperation support reduction of deforestation in Bolivia?

96) 18 September 2012: Can Consultancies Sustain a Long-Term Research Strategy in Developing Countries?

95) 6 September 2012: Valuing nature?

94) 1 September 2012: ¿Mercantilización de la naturaleza?

93) 30 August 2012: Commercializing nature?

92) 16 May 2011: South Korea and the Environmental Kuznets Curve.

91) 25 April 2011: Never Give Up!

90) 28 March 2011: Would REDD work in Bolivia?

89) 14 March 2011: Ecosystem Disservices and Poverty

88) 3 January 2011: Is Bolivia’s development model sustainable? Insights from the Green National Accounts

87) 27 December 2010: Natural resource rents and taxes: Insights from Bolivia’s Green National Accounts

86) 22 November 2010: Highlights from BCDE 2010

85) 15 November 2010: Microfinance and development: Do the math

84) 18 October 2010: A new Development Compass

83) 9 August 2010: Maximizing or Satisfying? The Paradox of Choice

82) 28 June 2010: Happinness and Climate Change

81) 14 June 2010: Aesop, Golden Eggs and Ecosystem Services

80) 17 May 2010: Saving REDD after Cochabamba

79) 5 May 2010: Doing well by doing good and doing good well

78) 26 April 2010: China’s impressive forest growth

77) 5 April 2010: Early Childhood Development: Investing in our most valuable natural resource

76) 8 February 2010: The Runaway Climate Train

75) 25 January 2010: Social Mobility in Bolivia is finally improving – and now I can prove it!

74) 23 November 2009: REDD como una estrategia de desarrrollo

73) 16 November 2009: The world of drugs

72) 27 July 2009: El Mercado Laboral en Bolivia: Aprovechando la Ventana de Oportunidad

71) 23 March 2009: Reconciling melting glaciers and falling temperatures in the Bolivian highlands

70) 16 March 2009: Bolivia’s high CO2 emissions

69) 2 March 2009: Climate Feedbacks: Positive or Negative

68) 2 February 2009: How We Know What Isn’t So

67) 15 December 2008: What to do about YPFB?

66) 3 November 2008: Does the World Benefit from Being Deceived?

65) 27 October 2008: The World is Cooling so WWF is Turning the Heat On

64) 20 October 2008: Tipping Points

63) 6 October 2008: Poverty Highlights

62) 29 September 2008: NASA still reluctant to admit that the Sun might affect Earth’s climate

61) 11 August 2008: Climate Alarmists versus Science

60) 4 August 2008: Is Bolivia’s fiscal policy pro-cyclical?

59) 28 July 2008: Reducing Vulnerability to Climate Change

58) 30 June 2008: Ants versus Humans

57) 23 June 2008: How Crowded is the World?

56) 16 June 2008: Climate Change versus Climate Variability

55) 26 May 2008: Living on the Edge: The Perils of Climate Change

54) 28 April 2008: Fighting Climate Change: Cures worse than the disease?

53) 14 April 2008: Climate Change in Bolivia – Expect Surprises

52) 31 March 2008: Marriage Markets in Bolivia

51) 24 March 2008: How to Explain a Building Boom in a Stagnant City

50) 10 March 2008:Inequality in Bolivia: Second Opinion

49) 25 February 2008: How Productive is the Informal Sector?

48) 18 February 2008: If I were the mayor …

47) 11 February 2008: How unequal is Bolivia really?

46) 28 January 2008: How to aid-Guidelines for the generous

45) 31 December 2007: 2008 Year of Languages

44) 19 November 2007: The Dynamics Behind Inequality

43) 5 November 2007: Migration and the 80/20 rule

42) 22 October 2007: Governments Giving Gifts – Populations Acquiring Rights

41) 15 October 2007: The Use and Mis-use of Human Talent

40) 17 September 2007: What’s the Story on Gender and Informality?

39) 10 September 2007: Crisis and education

38) 20 August 2007: Why don’t all countries adopt good institutions?

37) 6 August 2007: Bolivians feel poor, but not that poor

36) 30 July 2007: Now you can off-set both carbon and infidelity!

35) 16 July 2007: Gross National Happiness

34) 9 July 2007: Reverse Psychology in Migration Policy

33) 25 June 2007: Believe it or not: Bolivia is one of the World’s Top Emerging Tourist Destinations!

32) 18 June 2007: On Road Blocks and Parenting

31) 4 June 2007: Vaccination Failure in La Paz

30) 21 May 2007: Is International Migration Increasing?

29) 14 May 2007: Should the Aid Industry feel threatened by the increase in remittances?

28) 30 April 2007: Treat Your Migrants Better!

27) 2 April 2007: Save First – Consume Later

26) 26 March 2007: Poor Women?

25) 19 March 2007: Salary versus Productivity

24) 12 March 2007: C-sections for Convenience?

23) 26 February 2007: Stop and Think!

22) 19 February 2007: What is a Good Job?

21) 12 February 2007: Vaccination Controversy: What is Fact and What is Myth?

20) 29 January 2007: Bolivia in the Flat World

19) 22 January 2007: Poverty on a 62-foot yacht in the Pacific Ocean

18) 4 December 2006: The Worst Way to Use the Hydrocarbon Revenues

17) 27 November 2006: The Cynical Economist: Getting Our Priorities Straight

16) 6 November 2006: Managing Change

15) 30 October 2006: WARNING: Excessive use of the Precautionary Principle may be bad for you

14) 23 October 2006: Steel versus Gold: Higher Education Mis-Match

13) 16 October 2006: What do we really know about education quality in Bolivia?

12) 9 October 2006: Pro-Poor Globalization

11) 18 September 2006: Natural Resources: Curse, Disease or Trap

10) 4 September 2006: The First Principle of Development

9) 14 August 2006: Education Reform: Second Opinion

8) 31 July 2006: How can $700 million in government revenue be bad for the poor?

7) 24 July 2006: Envy, Black Magic, Growth and Inequality

6) 10 July 2006: Environment versus Development

5) 3 July 2006: True Public Goods, Local Consumption or Imported Goods

4) 26 June 2006: Cost-free Policies to Improve Public Health

3) 19 June 2006: Social mobility in Bolivia is finally improving!

2) 12 June 2006: Urbanization is a Blessing – Why Fight it?

1) 5 June 2006: Do Your Aid Projects Hurt the Poor?

13) Andersen, Lykke E. (2015) “Migration, Poverty and Equality” PegNET Policy Brief, No. 4, July, Germany.

12) Andersen, Lykke E. (2015) “Changing priorities in climate change research and adaptation policy” PegNET Policy Brief, No. 3, December, Germany.

11) Andersen, Lykke E. (2012) “Mercantilización de la naturaleza? Commercializing nature?” Sociedad que Inspira, Año III, No. 17, pp. 17-19, Junio. Bolivia.

10) Andersen, Lykke E. (2012) “Poniendo precio a la naturaleza? Valuing Nature?” Sociedad que Inspira, Año III, No. 17, pp. 14-16, Junio. Bolivia.

9) Andersen, Lykke E. (2012) “Desarrollo Temprano Infantil” Sociedad que Inspira, Año III, No. 14. Febrero. Bolivia.

8) Andersen, Lykke E. (2011) “Ecosystem Disservices and PovertyGlobal South Development Magazine, No. 7, Cover Story, p. 24. July-September.

7) Andersen, Lykke E. (2011) “Corea del Sur y Bolivia: dos caminos, dos destinos” Sociedad que Inspira, Año II, No. 11. Julio. Bolivia.

6) Andersen, Lykke E. (2011) “Capital Productivo del País: Los Cuatro Pilares del Desarrollo y las Cuentas Nacionales Verdes” Sociedad que Inspira, Año II, No. 8, pp. 47-48. Febrero. Bolivia.

5) Andersen, Lykke E. (2010) “Microfinance and Development: Do the MathGlobal South Development Magazine, No. 4, pp. 18-19. October-December.

4) Andersen, Lykke E. (2010) “Una nueva Brújula para el Desarrollo” Sociedad que Inspira, Año I, No. 6, pp. 44-47. Noviembre. Bolivia.

3) Andersen, Lykke E. (2009) “Las contribuciones de los bolivianos en el exterior al desarrollo de BoliviaNueva Bolivia, Edición Especial, p.3. Buenos Aires.

2) Andersen, Lykke E. (2009) “Ahorre primero, consuma despuésNueva Economía, Sección Opinion, p. 4, 16-22 Noviembre, Bolivia.

1) Andersen, Lykke E. (2009) “Reducción de emisiones como una estrategia de desarrolloNueva Economía, Sección Opinión, p. 4, 2-8 Noviembre, Bolivia.

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