More than fifty experts presented their research on development in the IV Development Week of the Navarra Center for International Development, organized on the 1st and the 2nd of June at IESE Business School in Madrid
The event included issues on monetary policy in an interdependent world of the resilience of emerging markets when facing a global crisis
Increasing maternity leave by four months increases the probability that children are successful students at the end of high school by 5%
Pedro Carneiro, of University College London, presented a paper at the fourth annual Development Week conference of the Navarra Center for International Development
"In many developing countries, household conditional cash transfers (CCTs) produce positive public health results"
Marcos Vera, Professor at University College London, the results of a study of schools in rural China, where anemia rates are very high
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‘Aligning Learning Incentives of Students and Teachers: Results from a Social Experiment in Mexican High Schools'.
‘Can Bureaucrats Really be Paid Like CEOs? Performance Incentives for Improving Child Nutrition in Rural Chinese Schools'
‘Firm responses and the unintended consequences of piecemeal regulation'
‘Military Service and Human Capital Accumulation: Evidence from Colonial Punjab'
‘Who Wears the Trousers in the Family? Intra-household Resource Control, Subjective Expectations and Human Capital Investment'
‘A Helping Hand? Teacher Quality and Learning Outcomes in Kindergarten'
‘Precautionary Strategies and Household Saving'
‘Human Capital and the Size Distribution of Firms'
‘A Political Economy Theory of Growth'
‘The Effects of Commodity Price Shocks on Fiscal Aggregates in Latin America'
‘As the Global Cycle Turns: How Resilient are Emerging Markets to Take the Hit?'