Attfield, C. L. F., et al (2000). Economic Growth and Geographic Proximity. Economics Letters, July, 68(1), 109-12.
Davis, Donald R. and Weinstein, David E. (2002). Bones, Bombs, and Break Points: The Geography of Economic Activity. American Economic Review, December, 92(5), 1269-89.
Gallup, John Luke, Jeffrey D. Sachs, and Andrew Mellinger (1999). Geography and Economic Development. International Regional Science Review 22(2), August, 179-232. Reprinted from Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics 1998, Boris Pleskovic and Joseph E. Stiglitz (eds.) Washington, DC: The World Bank.
Masters, William A. and Margaret S. McMillan (2001). Climate and Scale in Economic Growth. Journal of Economic Growth, 6(3), September, 167-186.
Maurseth, Per Botolf (2003). Geography and Growth-Some Empirical Evidence. Nordic Journal of Political Economy, 29(1), 25-46.
Rappaport, Jordan and Sachs, Jeffrey D. (2003). The United States as a Coastal Nation. Journal of Economic Growth, March, 8(1), 5-46.
Sachs, Jeffrey D. (2001). Tropical Underdevelopment. NBER working paper no. 8119 (February).
Shiue, Carol H. (2002). Transport Costs and the Geography of Arbitrage in Eighteenth-Century China. American Economic Review, December, 92(5), 1406-19.
Theil, Henri and Donglin Chen (1995). The Equatorial Grand Canyon. De Economist 143(3), 317-27.
Wei, Shang-Jin (2000). Natural Openness and Good Government. NBER working paper no. 7765 (June).
Bloom, David E. and Jeffrey Sachs (1998). Geography, Demography, and Economic Growth in Africa. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2, 207-295.
Gallup, John Luke and Jeffrey D. Sachs (2000). The Economic Burden of Malaria. CID Working Paper No. 52 (July).
McArthur, John W. and Jeffrey D. Sachs (2001). Institutions and Geography: Comment on Acemoglu, Johnson and Robinson (2000). NBER working paper no. 8114.
McCarthy, Desmond, Holger Wolf and Yi Wu (2000). The Growth Costs of Malaria. NBER working paper no. 7541
Four papers from an ASSA meetings panel held in January 2000:
Gallup, J.L. and J.D. Sachs (2000). Agriculture, Climate and Technology: Why are the Tropics Falling Behind? American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82(3), August.
Masters, W.A. and M.S. McMillan (2000). Understanding the Political Economy of Agriculture in the Tropics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82(3), August, 738-42.
Johnson, D.K.N. and R.E. Evenson (2000). How Far Away is Africa? Technological Spillovers to Agriculture and Productivity. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82(3), August, 743-49.
Arndt, C. and M. Bacou (2000). Economy-wide Effects of Climate Variability and Climate Prediction in Mozambique. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82(3), August, 750-54.
McMillan, Margaret S. and William A. Masters (2001). An African Growth Trap: A Political-Economy Model of Taxation, R&D and Investment. Review of Development Economics, forthcoming.
Kamarck, Andrew M. (1976). The Tropics and Economic Development: A Provocative Inquiry into the Poverty of Nations. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins.
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