T. H. Gindling--Current ResearchBetter Jobs in Central America: The Role of Human Capital (with Sajitha Bashir and Ana Maria Oviedo of the World Bank), Report of the Human Development Department, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Washington, April/May 2012. Version en espanol
El Impacto de los Salarios Minimos en el Mercado de Trabano de El Salvador, with Jose Andres Oliva Cepeda and Alvero Triqueros Arquello (Fundación Salvadoreña para El Desarrollo Económico y Social (FUSADES), El Salvador).The Effect of Family Separation and Reunification on the Educational Success of Immigrant Children in the United States, IZA Discussion Paper 4887 (with Sara Poggio of UMBC)
Self-employment in the Developing World (with David Newhouse of the World Bank), World Development, Vol. 56, pp.313-331, 2013, (a previous version is available for download as World Bank Policy Research Working Paper #6201, Washington, September 2012).
"Is Hispanic Population Dispersion into Rural Counties Contributing to Local Economic Growth?" accepted for publication (published on-line Sept, 20, 2012), Contemporary Economic Policy, The published paper is a substantially revised version of IZA Discussion Paper 4682, January, 2010.
"Family Separation and Reunification as a Factor in the Educational Success of Immigrant Children," (with Sara Poggio of UMBC), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 38, No. 7 (August, 2012), pages 1155-1173.
"The Impact of Minimum Wages on Wages, Work and Poverty in Nicaragua," (with Katherine Terrell of the Univesity of Michigan and Enrique Alaniz of FIDEG, Managua), Labour Economics, Vol. 18, (2011), pages 563-678. Version en espanol.
Sara Z. Poggio and T. H. Gindling, (2010) “Promoting the Educational Success of Latin American Immigrant Children Separated from Parents during Migration/” In Ira Gang and Gil Epstein (eds.) Frontiers of Economics and Globalization, Volume 8, Migration and Culture, Emerald Publishing Group, pp. 517-541.
"Minimum Wages, Globalization and Poverty in Honduras, " (with Katherine Terrell of the University of Michigan), IZA Discussion Paper 2497, December 2006. Published in World Development,, Vol. 38, No. 6 (June, 2010), pages 908-918.
"Minimum Wages and the Welfare of Different Types of Workers in Honduras," (with Katherine Terrell of the University of Michigan), IZA Discussion Paper 2892, June 2007, accepted for publication. Labour Economics.
"South-South Migration: The Impact of Nicaraguan Immigrants on Earnings, Inequality and Poverty in Costa Rica," IZA Discussion Paper 3279, January 2008,. Published in World Development Vol. 23, No. 1 (January, 2009), pages 116-126.
here for an English version of this paper; "Single Mothers and
Poverty in Costa Rica")
"The Effects of Multiple Minimum Wages Throughout the Labor Market: The Case of
"Legal Minimum Wages and the Wages of Formal and Informal Sector Workers in Costa Rica," (with Katherine Terrell of the University of Michigan), World Development, Vol. 33, No. 11 (November 2005), pp.1905-1921.
"La Desigualdad en America Central Durante los anos noventa," (with Juan Diego Trejos of the University of Costa Rica), La Revista de la CEPAL, Vol. 84 (December 2004), pp. 177-198. (English version--Inequality in Central America in the 1990s)
“Higher Education Planning and the Wages of Workers With Higher Education in Taiwan” (with Way Sun of the National Central University, Taiwan), Economics of Education Review, Vol. 21 (April, 2002), pages 153-169.
“Educational Expansion and Earnings Inequality in Taiwan: 1978-1995,” (with Way Sun of the National Central University, Taiwan), Journal of Social Science and Philosophy (Taiwan), Vol. 8, No. 12 (2001), pp. 597-629.
“Patterns and Sources of Changing Wage Inequality in Chile and Costa Rica During Structural Adjustment,” (with Donald Robbins of the Universidad Javariana, Colombia), World Development, Vol 29, No.4 (April, 2001), pp.725-745.
“Trade Liberalization and the Relative Wages of More-Skilled Workers in Costa Rica,” (with Donald Robbins of the Universidad Javariana, Colombia), Review of Development Economics, Vol 3., No. 2 (June, 1999), pp.140-154.