The Out of Africa Hypothesis of Comparative Development
- Ashraf Quamrul and Oded Galor, "The Out of Africa Hypothesis, Human Genetic Diversity and Comparative Development," American Economic Review, 103(1), 1-46 (Lead article, February 2013).
- Science (Editor's Choice): Science, Vol 337, Number 6099, 7, 1150-1151 (September 2012)
- Nature: "Economics and genetics meet in uneasy union", Nature, Vol 490, Issue 7419, 154–155 ()
- Wilson Quarterly: "Double Helix Destiny"
- Reuters: "Is economic development tied to genetic diversity?"
- Vice: "Determinism and Its Enemies Are Still Waging War over the Soul of Science"
- Genoeconomics - American Enterprise Institute
- Neue Zürcher Zeitung: "Why prosperity is so unevenly distributed?"
- Guns, Germs, and Steel (and Genetics)
- Gene Expression
- Ashraf Quamrul and Oded Galor, "Genetic Diversity and the Origins of Cultural Fragmentation," American Economic Review, P&P 103(2), (May 2013).
- Quamrul Ashraf, Oded Galor and Marc Klemp, "The Out of Africa Hypothesis of Comparative Development Reflected by Nighttime Light Intensity" (May 2014)
- Arbatli Eren, Ashraf Quamrul, Galor Oded, and Marc Klemp, 2019, "Diversity and Conflict," Econometrica (forthcomnig).
Response to Common Misconceptions
- Ashraf, Quamrul, Oded Galor, and Marc Klemp, "The Out of Africa Hypothesis of Comparative Economic Development: Common Misconceptions" (December 2018)
- Ashraf, Quamrul, Oded Galor, and Marc Klemp, "Interpersonal Diversity and Socioeconomic Disparities Across Populations: A Reply to Rosenberg and Kang" (December 2018)