Publication in peer-reviewed journal

1. Boutin D., (forthcoming), “Migration experience and access to a first job in Uganda”, International Labour Review.

2. Bargain O. and Boutin D. (2015), Remittances and child labour in Africa: Evidence from Burkina Faso“, Journal of Development Studies, Volume 51, Issue 7, p.922-938

3. Boutin D. (2014), “Climate vulnerability, communities’ resilience and child labour”, Revue d’Economie Politique, 124 (4) juillet-août 2014.

4. Boutin D. (2013), “De l’école à l’emploi: la longue marche de la jeunesse urbaine malienne“, Revue Formation Emploi, Vol.124, pp. 22-43.

5. Boutin D. (2012), “Family farming, child labour and the wealth paradox: evidence from Mali”, Economics Bulletin, Vol. 32 No.4, pp. 3471-3479.

On-going work

1. Bargain O. and Boutin D., ” Does child labour hurt parents? Evidence from Subjective Data“, (previous version circulated under the tile: Heterogeneity in “Preferences” for Child Labor: Evidence from Subjective Data). Submitted. Last version here.

2. Bargain O. and Boutin D., “Minimum Age Regulation and Child Labor: New Evidence from Brazil”, SubmittedLast version here.

3. Boutin D. “Home country instability and migration intentions: Evidence from the Arab Spring in Egypt“, still not ready for circulation.

4. Boutin D. “Individual return to internal migrationstill not ready for circulation.

5. Boutin D. and Sirven, N., ” Uncertainty and intra-household labour allocation: what can we learn from climate change“, still not ready for circulation.

6. Bargain O., Boutin D. and Champeaux H., “Deep structural change and intra-household bargaining after the Egyptian Arab Spring“, still not ready for circulation.

Non-academic reports and scientific popularization articles

1. Boutin D., Caldeira E. and Renard M.F. (2015), “Les pays en développement: quelles politiques, quelles trajectoires ?“, Problèmes Economiques, Comprendre l’économie-2.Questions économiques contemporaines, Hors-série n°8, Octobre 2015.

2. Boutin D. and Diallo Y. (2014), “Le travail des enfants en Tunisie: Analyse à partir des enquêtes MICS et ENPE”,  ILO Consultancy.

3. ILO (2013), “Global child labour trend”, ILO Consultancy.

4. UCW Project Country Report Series (2012), Comprendre le travail des enfants et l’emploi des jeunes au Cameroun.

5. UCW Project Country Report Series (2011), “Understanding children’s work and youth employment outcomes in Rwanda.

6. UCW Project (2010), “Analysis of children’s work and child labour trends in Latin American countries“ [Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador, Peru, Panama].

Book Chapter

1.   Boutin D. (2013), “Child soldiering in Afghanistan” in “Children in Afghanistan: a path to peace”, Jennifer Heath (Editor), Ashraf Zahedi (Editor), University of Texas Press.