Top 25 World Bank Working Papers

Policy Research Working Paper Series

The World Bank

Top 25 Working Papers by Total File Downloads, according to REPEC


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Rank Working Paper File Downloads Abstract Views
 2015 06  3 months  12 months  Total  2015 06  3 months  12 months  Total
1 Returns to investment in education: a further update
George Psacharopoulos and Harry Anthony Patrinos
23 69 209 5,899 49 162 665 11,865
2 Aid, policies, and growth: revisiting the evidence
Craig Burnside and David Dollar
5 24 75 5,158 14 57 241 11,787
3 Financial development and economic growth: views and agenda
Ross Levine
8 21 94 4,438 19 63 296 9,681
4 Returns to investment in education: a global update
George Psacharopoulos
8 27 107 4,040 26 68 323 11,933
5 Growth is good for the poor
David Dollar and Aart Kraay
4 21 146 4,028 7 55 320 8,655
6 A new database on financial development and structure
Thorsten Beck, Asli Demirguc-Kunt and Ross Levine
1 14 64 3,466 8 33 164 6,637
7 Determinants of commercial bank interest margins and profitability: some international evidence
Asli Demirguc-Kunt and Harry P. Huizinga
5 33 133 3,367 22 92 360 8,252
8 Some new evidence on determinants of foreign direct investment in developing countries
Harinder Singh and Kwang W. Jun
2 3 20 3,317 4 14 76 6,356
9 Economic growth and environmental quality: time series and cross-country evidence
Nemat Shafik and Sushenjit Bandyopadhyay
6 13 62 2,988 22 51 204 8,019
10 Trade, growth, and poverty
David Dollar and Aart Kraay
5 37 84 2,812 9 60 172 5,640

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