Isabel Günther
Isabel Günther
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Informal employment in developing countries: Opportunity or last resort?
I Günther, A Launov
Journal of development economics 97 (1), 88-98, 2012
3982012
The effect of water and sanitation on child health: evidence from the demographic and health surveys 1986–2007
G Fink, I Günther, K Hill
International journal of epidemiology 40 (5), 1196-1204, 2011
3722011
Estimating households vulnerability to idiosyncratic and covariate shocks: a novel method applied in Madagascar
I Günther, K Harttgen
World Development 37 (7), 1222-1234, 2009
250*2009
Deadly cities? Spatial inequalities in mortality in sub‐Saharan Africa
I Günther, K Harttgen
Population and Development Review 38 (3), 469-486, 2012
219*2012
Water, sanitation and children's health: evidence from 172 DHS surveys
I Gunther, G Fink
The World Bank, 2010
1322010
Slum residence and child health in developing countries
G Fink, I Günther, K Hill
Demography 51 (4), 1175-1197, 2014
992014
Measuring chronic non-income poverty
I Günther, S Klasen
Poverty dynamics: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 77-101, 2009
952009
Competitive and segmented informal labor markets
I Günther, A Launov
IZA discussion papers, 2006
902006
Descending the sanitation ladder in urban Uganda: evidence from Kampala Slums
J Kwiringira, P Atekyereza, C Niwagaba, I Günther
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-10, 2014
822014
Measuring pro-poor growth when relative prices shift
I Günther, M Grimm
Journal of Development Economics 82 (1), 245-256, 2007
702007
Growth and poverty in Burkina Faso: A reassessment of the paradox
M Grimm, I Günther
Journal of African Economies 16 (1), 70-101, 2007
702007
Desired fertility and number of children born across time and space
I Günther, K Harttgen
Demography 53 (1), 55-83, 2016
612016
Pumps, germs and storage: the impact of improved water containers on water quality and health
I Günther, Y Schipper
Health Economics 22 (7), 757-774, 2013
612013
Saving a Life-Year and Reaching MDG 4 with Investments in Water and Sanitation: A Cost-Effective Policy?
I Günther, G Fink
The European Journal of Development Research 25 (1), 129-153, 2013
60*2013
Gender variations in access, choice to use and cleaning of shared latrines; experiences from Kampala Slums, Uganda
J Kwiringira, P Atekyereza, C Niwagaba, I Günther
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
542014
Fertility choice, mortality expectations, and interdependent preferences—an empirical analysis
D Canning, I Günther, S Linnemayr, D Bloom
European Economic Review 63, 273-289, 2013
51*2013
When is shared sanitation improved sanitation?-The correlation between number of users and toilet hygiene
I Günther, CB Niwagaba, C Lüthi, A Horst, HJ Mosler, IK Tumwebaze
ETH NADEL Center for Development and Cooperation, 2012
46*2012
Determinants of households' cleaning intention for shared toilets: case of 50 slums in Kampala, Uganda
IK Tumwebaze, CB Niwagaba, I Günther, HJ Mosler
Habitat international 41, 108-113, 2014
452014
Why do households invest in sanitation in rural B enin: Health, wealth, or prestige?
E Gross, I Günther
Water Resources Research 50 (10), 8314-8329, 2014
442014
Poverty, vulnerability, and reference‐dependent utility
I Günther, JK Maier
Review of Income and Wealth 60 (1), 155-181, 2014
42*2014
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