Academic Publications (2012-2021 only):
Grogan, L. (2021) "Civil War, Famine and the Persistence of Human Capital: Evidence from Tajikistan", Comparative Economic Studies (forthcoming)
Grogan, L. and L. Moers (2020) ``Incomes and child health in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1990-2018'' Journal of African Economies (forthcoming)
Grogan, L. and F. Summerfield (2019) ``Government Transfers, Work and Wellbeing: Evidence from the Russian Old-Age Pension'' Journal of Population Economics. Vol. 32,
Issue 4, pp. 1247-1292
Grogan, L. (2018) ``Time Use Impacts of Rural Electrification: Longitudinal Evidence from Guatemala'' Journal of Development Economics. Vol. 134, p. 1-14. (leading article)
Grogan, L. (2018) ``Labour market conditions and cultural change: Evidence from Vietnam''. Journal of Human Capital, Vol. 12 No.1, p. 99-124.
Grogan, L. (2016) "Peoples of the enemy? Ukrainians and Russians 1995-2011''. Comparative Economic Studies. December 2016, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp 606–637
Grogan, L. (2016) "Household electrification, fertility and employment: Evidence from hydroelectric dam construction in Colombia" Journal of Human Capital, Vol. 10 no. 1, Spring, pp. 109–158
Grogan, L. and K. Koka (2013) "Economic Crises and Wellbeing: Social Norms and Home Production" Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Volume 92, August, pp. 241–258
Grogan, L. and A. Sadanand (2013) “Electrification and Employment in Poor Households: Evidence from Nicaragua” World Development Vol. 43, pp. 252-265.
Grogan, L. (2012) "Household Formation Rules, Fertility and Female Labour Supply: Evidence from Post-Communist Countries" Journal of Comparative Economics Volume 41, Issue 4, Pages 959-1264 (November)
Recent popular writing (2018-2021):
Young workers can thrive after coronavirus layoffs by leaving big cities The Conversation. (June 2020)
Employing youth during the coronavirus pandemic is a good investment (with Lucia Costanzo) The Conversation. (May 2020) Reprinted in Guelph Today
Breeding young men for export in poor countries The Conversation. (March 2019) Reprinted in The National Post
Water Access May be More Important Than Electricity for Sub-Saharan Africa (with Tselmunn Tserenkhuu) The Conversation. (Summer 2018).