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Rita Ginja

Associate Professor
  • E-mailRita.Ginja@uib.no
  • Phone+47 481 83 708
  • Visitor Address
    Fosswinckelsgate 14
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7802
    5020 BERGEN

Publications:

  1. Parental Leave Benefits, Household Labor Supply and Children’s Long-run Outcomes, with Jenny Jans and Arizo Karimi, Forthcoming , Journal of Labor Economic
  2. Tackling social exclusion: evidence from Chile, with Pedro Carneiro and Emanuela Galasso, The Economic Journal, Volume 129, Issue 617, 1 January 2019, Pages 172–208.
  3. Partial Insurance and Investments in Children, with Pedro Carneiro, The Economic Journal, 126 (October 2016), F66–F95.
  4. Preventing Behavior Problems in Childhood and Adolescence: Evidence from Head Start, with Pedro Carneiro, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, November 2014, 6(4): 135–173.

 

Working Papers:

  1. Who Benefits From Free Health Insurance: Evidence from Mexico, with Gabriella Conti, 2017, Revise and Re-submit, Journal of Human Resources
  2. The Value of Health Insurance: A Household Job Search Approach, with Gabriella Conti and Renata Narita, 2018
  3. Trade Competition, Technology and Labor Re-allocation, with Selva Baziki and Teodora Borota, 2018
  4. Parental Investments in Children and Local Business Cycles, 2015 
  5. Spillovers in Social Program Participation: Evidence from Chile, with Pedro Carneiro, Barbara Flores, Emanuela Galasso and Aureo de Paula.

 

Work in Progress:

  1. Improving Quality of Service Delivery, with Pedro Carneiro and Emanuela Galasso.
  2. The health effects of early interventions: Evidence from the Sure Start, with Sarah Cattan, Gabriella Conti and Christine Farquharson.
  3. Mandated Family Leave: Direct and Indirect Effects on Gender Gaps in Employment and Promotions, with Arizo Karimi and Pengpeng Xiao.
Journal articles
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Carneiro, Pedro; Galasso, Emanuela. 2019. Tackling social exclusion: evidence from Chile. Economic Journal. 129: 172-208. doi: 10.1111/ecoj.12594
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Karimi, Arizo; Jans, Jenny. 2019. Parental Leave Benefits, Household Labor Supply and Children’s Long-run Outcomes. Journal of Labor Economics.
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Conti, Gabriella. 2018. The value of health insurance: a household job search approach. IZA Discussion Papers.
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Conti, Gabriella; Narita, Renata. 2018. The value of health insurance: a household job search approach. IFS Working Paper.
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Karimi, Arizo; Jans, Jenny. 2018. Parental leave benefits, household labor supply, and children's long-run outcomes. IFS Working Paper.
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Conti, Gabriella. 2017. Who benefits from free health insurance: evidence from Mexico. IFS Working Paper.
  • Ginja, Rita Camila Santos Miguel P.; Karimi, Arizo; Jans, Jenny. 2017. Parental Investments in Early Life and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Swedish Parental Leave Rules. IZA Discussion Papers.
  • Santos Miguel Prata Ginja, Rita Camila; Carneiro, Pedro. 2016. Partial Insurance and Investments in Children. Economic Journal.
  • Santos Miguel Prata Ginja, Rita Camila; Carneiro, Pedro. 2014. Long-Term Impacts of Compensatory Preschool on Health and Behavior: Evidence from Head Start. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

  1. Parental Leave Benefits, Household Labor Supply and Children’s Long-run Outcomes, with Jenny Jans and Arizo Karimi, 2018, Forthcoming , Journal of Labor Economics
  2. Tackling social exclusion: evidence from Chile, with Pedro Carneiro and Emanuela Galasso, 2018, Forthcoming, The Economic Journal
  3. Partial Insurance and Investments in Children, with Pedro Carneiro, The Economic Journal, 126 (October 2016), F66–F95.
  4. Preventing Behavior Problems in Childhood and Adolescence: Evidence from Head Start, with Pedro Carneiro, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, November 2014, 6(4): 135–173.