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Christopher Johnson

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First Name:Christopher
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Last Name:Johnson
RePEc Short-ID:pjo229
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Terminal Degree:2003 Culverhouse College of Business; University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa (from RePEc Genealogy)


Department of Economics and Geography
University of North Florida

Jacksonville, Florida (United States)
RePEc:edi:deunfus (more details at EDIRC)

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  1. Christopher Johnson & John Formby & Hoseong Kim, 2011. "Economic growth and poverty: a tale of two decades," Applied Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 43(28), pages 4277-4288.


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  1. Christopher Johnson & John Formby & Hoseong Kim, 2011. "Economic growth and poverty: a tale of two decades," Applied Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 43(28), pages 4277-4288.

    Cited by:

    1. Salvador Pérez-Moreno, 2016. "Revisiting Growth-Poverty Relationship: A Medium-Term Causality Approach," South African Journal of Economics, Economic Society of South Africa, vol. 84(4), pages 624-635, December.
    2. Sadia ABBAS* & M. Masood AZEEM** & Khuda BAKHSH* & Alvina FATIMA* & Abdus SAMIE*, 2014. "POVERTY REDUCTION IN PAKISTAN: The Role of Agricultural and Industrial Subsector’s Growth," Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Applied Economics Research Centre, vol. 24(2), pages 143-157.
    3. Chambers, Dustin & McLaughlin, Patrick & Stanley, Laura, "undated". "Regulation and Poverty: An Empirical Examination of the Relationship between the Incidence of Federal Regulation and the Occurrence of Poverty across the States," Working Papers 07672, George Mason University, Mercatus Center.
    4. Brian Goesling & Hande Inanc & Angela Rachidi, "undated". "Success Sequence: A Synthesis of the Literature," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 726444f0055c41fca02d9cf39, Mathematica Policy Research.
    5. Dustin Chambers & Patrick A. McLaughlin & Laura Stanley, 2019. "Regulation and poverty: an empirical examination of the relationship between the incidence of federal regulation and the occurrence of poverty across the US states," Public Choice, Springer, vol. 180(1), pages 131-144, July.
    6. Brian Goesling & Max Gross & Julieta Lugo-Gil, "undated". "Integrating Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education into an Employment Training Program: The Impacts of Career STREAMS," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 3044ffa8e9be4fdd807a197ff, Mathematica Policy Research.
    7. Lemoine, Coralie & Loubière, Sandrine & Boucekine, Mohamed & Girard, Vincent & Tinland, Aurélie & Auquier, Pascal, 2021. "Cost-effectiveness analysis of housing first intervention with an independent housing and team support for homeless people with severe mental illness: A Markov model informed by a randomized controlle," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 272(C).

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