“The Long-run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina”.
The CEDLAS Working Paper Series is a monthly publication that includes research and academic papers developed within CEDLAS, as well as M.A. in Economics (UNLP) dissertations in topics related to those studied at CEDLAS. ISSN 1853-0168.
“International Inequality in Subjective Well-Being: An exploration with the Gallup World Poll”.
“Educational Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility in Latin America: A New Database”.
“Does the Adoption of Complex Software Impact Employment Composition and the Skill Content of Occupations? Evidence from Chilean Firms”.
“Trade reforms and industry wage premium: evidence from Argentina”.
Nº 211 (May, 2017). Onil Banerjee, Martin Cicowiez, Thomas Ochuodho, Michel Masozera, Bernabas Wolde, Pankaj Lal, Sebastian Dudek & Janaki R.R. Alavalapati.
“Financing the Sustainable Management of Rwanda’s Protected Areas”.
“How Is the Internet Changing Labor Market Arrangements? Evidence from Telecommunications Reforms in Europe”.
“Perceptions of distributive justice in Latin America during a period of falling inequality”.
“Boosting tourism’s contribution to growth and development: analysis of evidence”.