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​Publications:

  1. Employer Responses to Family Leave Programs (with Arizo Karimi and Pengpeng Xiao), Forthcoming, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (IFAU WP 2020-18)

  2. Who Benefits From Free Health Insurance: Evidence from Mexico (with Gabriella Conti), Forthcoming, Journal of Human Resources Online Appendix

  3. Parental Leave Benefits, Household Labor Supply and Children’s Long-run Outcomes (with Jenny Jans and Arizo Karimi), Journal of Labor Economics, 2020, vol. 38, no. 1 , Pages 261-320.

  4. 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.

  5. Partial Insurance and Investments in Children (with Pedro Carneiro), The Economic Journal, 126 (October 2016), F66–F95. Appendix

  6. Long Term Impacts of Compensatory Preschool on Health and Behavior: Evidence from Head Start (with Pedro Carneiro), American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, November 2014, 6(4): 135–173. 

 

Working Papers:

  1. The Value of Health Insurance: A Household Job Search Approach (with Gabriella Conti and Renata Narita), submitted

    • This paper is part of a project financially supported by the Swedish Research Council, Grant No.348-2013-6378, and by the British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship, Grant No.AF150049.

    • IFS WP 18/20. IZA DP 11706. HCEO WP 2018-050. Most downloaded HCEO WP in August and September 2018.

    • Featured at the HCEO Research Spotlight. Link here.

  2. School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health (with Aline Bütikofer, Fanny Landaud and Katrine Løken), Revise and Resubmit at The Economic Journal

  3. School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults (with Signe A. Abrahamsen and Julie Riise), 2nd Best Paper Prize at 2021 Essen Health Conference, submitted

  4. The health effects of early interventions: Evidence from the Sure Start (with Sarah Cattan, Gabriella Conti, Christine Farquharson and Maud Pecher), submitted (IFS Working Paper)

    • Project funded by the Nuffield Foundation (EYP 42289)

  5. Trade Competition, Technology and Labor Reallocation (with Selva Baziki and Teodora Borota Milicevic)

  6. Parental Investments in Children and Local Business Cyclesunder review for re-submission

 

Selected Work in Progress:

  1. Heterogeneous Quality in Delivery of Welfare: Evidence from Social Workers in the Chile Solidario Program (with Pedro Carneiro, Emanuela Galasso and Lucy Kraftman).
  2. Spillovers in Social Program Participation: Evidence from Chile (with Pedro Carneiro, Barbara Flores, Emanuela Galasso, Lucy Kraftman and Aureo de Paula).
Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). Employer Responses to Family Leave Programs . American economic journal. Applied economics.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Who Benefits From Free Health Insurance: Evidence from Mexico . The Journal of human resources.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). Parental Leave Benefits, Household Labor Supply and Children’s Long-run Outcomes. Journal of Labor Economics.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). Tackling social exclusion: evidence from Chile. Economic Journal. 172-208.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). The value of health insurance: a household job search approach. IZA Discussion Papers.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). The value of health insurance: a household job search approach. IFS Working Paper.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Parental leave benefits, household labor supply, and children's long-run outcomes. IFS Working Paper.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2017). Who benefits from free health insurance: evidence from Mexico. IFS Working Paper.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2017). Parental Investments in Early Life and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Swedish Parental Leave Rules. IZA Discussion Papers.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2016). Partial Insurance and Investments in Children. Economic Journal.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2014). Long-Term Impacts of Compensatory Preschool on Health and Behavior: Evidence from Head Start. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Rapport
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). Does Your Doctor Matter? Doctor Quality and Patient Outcomes . 08/2022. 08/2022. .
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health. 21/2020. 21/2020. .
Faglig foredrag
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2017). Parental Investments in Early Life and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Swedish Parental Leave Rules.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2017). Health Insurance and Child Health: Evidence from Mexico.
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Child Well-Being and Policies.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2022). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). The health effects of early interventions: Evidence from the Sure Start .
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults .
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Heterogeneous Quality in Delivery of Welfare: Evidence from Social Workers in the Chile Solidario Program.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Heterogeneous Quality in Delivery of Welfare: Evidence from Social Workers in the Chile Solidario Program.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Selectivity, Peers, and Mental Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2019). School Environment, Field of Study and Health.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). School Health Programs: Education, Health, and Welfare Dependency of Young Adults.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Parental leave benefits, household labor supply, and children's long-run outcomes.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Mandated Family Leave: Direct and Indirect Effects on Gender Gaps in Employment and Promotions.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2018). Mandated Family Leave: Direct and Indirect Effects on Gender Gaps in Employment and Promotions.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2020). A violent downside of health care for all? On the effect of universal health insurance on home violence in Mexico and possible perverse impacts of well-intended policy .
Intervju
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). O envolvimento dos pais é importante para o sucesso dos seus filhos?
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). O IMPACTO DO ENCERRAMENTO DAS ESCOLAS NAS GERAÇÕES FUTURAS.
  • Vis forfatter(e) (2021). Educação pré-escolar para todos: impactos e efeitos de longo prazo.

Se fullstendig oversikt over publikasjoner i 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 Economic
  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.

 

 

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