• Alejo, J., Gasparini, L., Montes-Rojas, G., & W. Sosa-Escudero (2024). A decomposition method to evaluate the “paradox of progress” with evidence for Argentina. Journal of Economic Inequality, forthcoming. 
  • Ciaschi, M. & G. Neidhöfer (2024). Job Loss and Household Labor Supply Adjustments in Developing Countries: Evidence from Argentina. The World Bank Economic Review, 38(1). 
  • Pinto, M. F. (2023). Stay at Home with Grandma, Mom is Going to Work: The Impact of Grandmothers’ Retirement on Mothers’ Labor Decisions. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 72(1). 
  • Brambilla, I., César, A., Falcone, G., Gasparini, L., & C. Lombardo (2023). Routinization and employment: evidence for Latin America. Revista Desarrollo y Sociedad 95, tercer cuatrimestre. 
  • Cruces, G., Rossi, M.A., & E. Schargrodsky (2023) Dishonesty and Public EmploymentAmerican Economic Review: Insights. Vol. 5, no. 4, December, (pp. 511-26) 
  • Jimenez, B. (2023) The Political economy of the minimum wageLabour Economics. Volume 85, December, 102463 
  • Alzua, M.L., Cantet, N.,  Dammert, A.C., & D. Olajide(2023) The Well-being Effects of an Old-Age Pension: Experimental Evidence for Ekiti State in NigeriaJournal of African Economies
  • Viollaz, M., Salazar-Saenz, M., Flabbi, L., Bustelo, M., & Bosch, M. (2023). The COVID-19 Pandemic in Latin American and Caribbean countries: Gender Differentials in Labor Market DynamicsIZA Journal of Development and Migration14(1). 
  • Almeida, R. K., & Viollaz, M. (2023). Women in paid employment: a role for public policies and social norms in GuatemalaOxford Development Studies, 1-28. 
  • Pronkina, E., Berniell, I., Fawaz, Y., Laferrère, A., & Mira, P. (2023). The COVID-19 curtain: Can past communist regimes explain the vaccination divide in Europe?. Social Science & Medicine, 321, 115759. 
  • Berniell, I., L. Berniell, D. de la Mata, M. Edo & M. Marchionni (2023). Motherhood and Flexible Jobs: Evidence From Latin American Countries. World Development, Volume 167, July 2023, 106225. 
  • Gasparini, L. & Bracco, J. (2023). Tres décadas en diez gráficos: el desarrollo inclusivo en América Latina a la luz de las encuestas de hogares. Desarrollo y Sociedad 94, 37-67. 
  • Kugler, M., Viollaz, M., Duque, D., Gaddis, I., Newhouse, D., Palacios-Lopez, A., & Weber, M. (2023). How Did the COVID-19 Crisis Affect Different Types of Workers in the Developing World?. World Development, 106331. 
  • Abbate, N., Berniell, I., Coleff, J., Laguinge, L. Machelett, M., Marchionni, M., Pedrazzi, J. & Pinto, F.  (2023) Discrimination Against Gay and Transgender People in Latin America: A Corresponding Study in the Rental Housing Market. Labour Economics, forthcoming. 
  • Behaghel, L. & Pinto, M. F. (2023). Extended maternity leave and children’s long-term development. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, forthcoming. 
  • Puig, J. & A. Porto (2023) Fiscal Federalism: The Interaction between Own Revenues and Intergovernmental Transfers in Local Governments—The Case of Municipalities in Buenos Aires. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. , Volume 53, Issue 4, Fall 2023, Pages 642–678 
  • Brambilla, I., César, A., Falcone, G., & Gasparini, L. (2023). The impact of robots in Latin America: Evidence from local labor markets. World Development, 170, 106271, 1-11. 
  • Benzaquén, I., Epele, N., & Marchionni, M. (2023). Impacto de la implementación de un servicio de atención de emergencias sobre las muertes por accidentes de tránsito: el caso del SAME en la provincia de Buenos AiresEstudios económicos, 40(80), 4376. 
  • Brambilla, I., César, A., Falcone, G., & Gasparini, L. (2023). Exploring gender differences in labor markets from the perspective of the task- based approach. Estudios de Economía (50) 2, 309-360. 
  • Berniell, I, Gasparini, L., Marchionni, M. y Viollaz, M. (2023). The role of children and work-from-home in gender labor market asymmetries: evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America. Review of Economics of the Household 21, 1191-1214. 
  • Cicowiez, M., Lofgren, H., Tribin, A., & Mojica, T. (2023). Women’s market work and childcare policies in Colombia: policy simulations using a computable general equilibrium model. Philippine Review of Economics 60 (1): 65-98. 
  • Berniell, I, Gasparini, L., Marchionni, M. & Viollaz, M. (2023). Lucky women in unlucky cohorts: gender differences in the effects of initial labor market conditions in Latin America. Journal of Development Economics 161, 1-9. 
  • Sánchez, M.V. & Cicowiez, M. (2023). Optimal allocation of agriculture’s public budget can improve healthy diets access in Ethiopia. Journal of Policy Modelling 45 (6): 1262-1280. 
  • de la Vega, P. & Gasparini, L. (2023). Teleworking as a mitigator of the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The case of Argentina. Ecos de Economía: A Latin American Journal of Applied Economics 25 (53), 88-131. 
  • Neidhöfer, G., Ciaschi, M., Gasparini, L., & J. Serrano (2023). Social mobility and economic development. Journal of Economic Growth
  • Cicowiez, M., & Lofgren, H. (2023). Child and elderly care in South Korea: policy analysis with a gendered, care-focused computable general equilibrium model. Philippine Review of Economics 60 (1): 19-64. 
  • Hatayama, M., Viollaz, M., & H. Winkler (2023) Jobs’ Amenability to Working from Home. Evidence from Skills Surveys for 53 countriesEconomia – Journal of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, 22(1): 1-18. 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Malek, Ž., Verburg, P.H., Vargas, R., Goodwin, S., Bagstad, K.J., & Ávila Murillo, J. (2023). Banking on strong rural livelihoods and the sustainable use of natural capital in post-conflict ColombiaEnvironment, Development and Sustainability. Forthcoming.
  • Cicowiez, M., Cruces, G., Falcone, G., & Puig, J. (2023). On the impacts of higher tobacco taxes in Argentina: a computable general equilibrium approach. British Medical Journal. 
  • Acosta, A., Cicowiez, M., Nicolli, F., & Rostan, F. (2023). Economic, social, and environmental integrated effects of reducing dairy methane emissions through market-based policy instruments in Uruguay: An application of the Livestock Policy Simulation Model. Journal of Policy Modelling 45: 345-261. 
  • Cabella, W., & Velázquez, C. (2022). Abortion legalization in Uruguay: effects on adolescent fertility. Studies in Family Planning, 53(3), 491-514. 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Macedo, M.N., Malek, Ž., Verburg, P.H., Goodwin, S., Vargas, R., Rattis, L., Bagstad, K.J.,  & Brando, P. (2022). Can we avert an Amazon tipping point? The economic and environmental costs. Environmental Research Letters 17 (12). 
  • Brambilla, I., César, A., Falcone, G., Gasparini, L., & C. Lombardo (2022). The asymmetric risks of automation in Latin AmericaDesarrollo Económico, 62(235):234–253. 
  • Cicowiez, M. & Lofgren, H. (2022). A general equilibrium model with an asymmetric Armington function: method and application. Journal of Global Economic Analysis 7 (2). 
  • Viollaz, M. & H. Winkler (2022) Does the Internet Reduce Gender Gaps? The Case of Jordan. The Journal of Development Studies. Volume 58- Issue 3. 
  • Sánchez, M.V. & Cicowiez, M. (2022). Optimising policies to achieve agricultural transformation objectives: an application for Ethiopia. Journal of Applied Economics 25 (1). 
  • Berniell, I., Berniell, L., de la Mata, D., Edo, M., Fawaz, Y., Machado, M.P., & Marchionni, M. (2022) Motherhood, pregnancy or marriage effects?Economics Letters. Volume 214, May, 110462 
  • Brambilla, I., César, A., Falcone, G., & L. Gasparini (2022) Automation and the jobs of young workersLatin American Economic Review. 31:4. 
  • Sánchez, M.V., Cicowiez, M. & Ortega, A. (2022). Prioritizing public investment in agriculture for post-COVID-19 recovery: A sectoral ranking for Mexico. Food Policy 109: 1-17. 
  • Martinez-Correa, J., Peñaloza-Pacheco, L. & L. Gasparini (2022) Latin American Brotherhood? Immigration and Preferences for Redistribution. The Journal of Development Studies, 58:2, 234-258 
  • Cicowiez, M., Akinyemi, O., Sesan, T., Adu, O., & Sokeye, B. (2022). Gender-differentiated impacts of a rural electrification policy in Nigeria. Energy Policy 162. 
  • Jiménez, D.E., Saldarriaga-Isaza, A., & Cicowiez, M. (2022). Distributional and economy-wide effects of post-conflict agricultural policy in Colombia. European Review of Agricultural Economics 49 (3). 
  • Ciaschi, M. (2021). Análisis distributivo utilizando información satelital. El caso de Argentina. Estudios económicos. Vol. XXXVIII (N.S.), N° 77, Julio – Diciembre. 5-38. 
  • Ciaschi, M., Galeano, L. & L. Gasparini. (2021). Estructura Productiva y Desigualdad Salarial: Evidencia para América Latina. El Trimestre Económico, 88(349), 77-106. 
  • Berniell, I., Berniell, L., de la Mata, D., Edo, M. & M. Marchionni (2021). Gender Gaps in Labor Informality: The Motherhood Effect. Journal of Development Economics, Vol 150. 
  • Alzúa, M.L. & Katzkowicz, N. (2021). Pay for Performance for Prenatal Care and Newborn Health: Evidence from a Developing Country. World Development, Vol 141. 
  • Bérgolo, M. & Cruces, G. (2021) The anatomy of behavioral responses to social assistance when informal employment is highJournal of Public Economics. Volume 193, January 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Vargas, R., Obst, C., Rojas, J.C., Alvarez-Espinosa, A.C., Melo, S., Riveros, L., Romero, G., & Meneses, D.S. (2021). Gross Domestic Product alone provides misleading policy guidance for post-conflict land use trajectories in Colombia. Ecological Economics 182: 1-19. 
  • Bracco, J., Gasparini, L., Galeano, L. & M. Pistorio (2020) Slowdown of monetary inequality reduction in developing countriesJournal of Income Distribution. Volume 29, Numbers 1-2: March-June 
  • Berniell, I. & Estrada, R. (2020). Poor little children: the socioeconomic gap in parental responses to school disadvantage. Labour Economics, 101879. 
  • Banerjee, O., Crossman, N., Vargas, R., Brander, L., Verburg, P., Cicowiez, M., Hauck, J. & McKenzie, E. (2020). Global socio-economic impacts of changes in natural capital and ecosystem services: State of play and new modeling approaches. Ecosystem Services 46: 1-17. 
  • Berniell, I. & Bietenbeck, J.(2020). The effect of working hours on health. Economics & Human Biology, forthcoming. 
  • Banerjee, O., Bagstad, K.J., Cicowiez, M., Dudek, S., Masozera, M., Horridge, J.M., Alavalapati, J.R.R., Rukundoh, E. & Rutebuka, E. (2020). Economic, land use, and ecosystem services impacts of Rwanda’s Green Growth Strategy: an application of the IEEM+ESM Platform. Science of the Total Environment 729. 
  • Berniell, I., de la Mata, D. & Pinto Machado, M. (2020). The impact of a permanent income shock on the situation of women in the household: the case of a pension reform in Argentina. Economic Development and Cultural Change 68, no. 4 (July 2020): 1295-1343.
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez M. & Moreda, A. (2020). Evaluating the economic viability of public investments in tourism. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 11 (1): 101-130. ISSN 2194-5888 (Print), 2152-2812 (Online) 
  • Garganta, S. (2019). Midiendo el impacto distributivo de la Asignación Universal por Hijo en Argentina: efecto directo, indirecto y potenciales mejoras. Económica Vol. 65, pp. 17-68 (ISSN 0013-0419). 
  • César, A., & Falcone, G. (2019). Heterogeneous effects of Chinese import competition on Chilean manufacturing plants. Economia, Forthcoming. 
  • Vazquez, E. & Winkler, H. (2019). How do telecommunications reforms affect labour market arrangements? Evidence from Central and Western Europe. Economics of Transition and Institutional Change, Vol. 00: 1–18.
  • Cicowiez, M. & Ordoñez, R. (2019). The economic impacts of private tourism-related investments in Jamaica. CEPAL Review. 135: 47-79. 
  • Acosta, P., Cruces, G., Galiani, S. & Gasparini, L. (2019). Educational upgrading and returns to skills in Latin America: evidence from a supply-demand framework. Latin American Economic Review 28:18 
  • Edo, M. & Marchionni, M. (2019). The impact of a conditional cash transfer programme on education outcomes beyond school attendance in Argentina. Journal of Development Effectiveness, Vol. 11(3), pp. 230-252 
  • César, A. (2019) Efectos heterogéneos del comercio internacional: ¿Qué nos enseña la literatura?. Ensayos de Política Económica, vol. 3(1): 83-129, Septiembre.
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Horridge, J. M. & Vargas, R. (2019). Evaluating synergies and trade-offs in achieving the SDGs of zero hunger and clean water and sanitation: An application of the IEEM Platform to Guatemala. Ecological Economics 161: 280–291. 
  • Serrano, J., Gasparini, L., Marchionni, M. & Gluzmann, P. (2019). Economic cycle and deceleration of female labor force participation in Latin America. Journal for Labour Market Research, Vol. 53 (13), pp. 1-21.
  • Banerjee, O. Cicowiez, M., Horridge J. M. & Vargas, R. (2019). The SEEA-based Integrated Economic-Environmental Modelling framework: an illustration with Guatemala’s forest and fuelwood sector. Environmental and Resource Economics 72 (2): 539–558. ISSN 0924-6460. 
  • Porto, N., Garbero, N., & César, A. (2019). Globalización y Composición Tributaria: Evidencia para América Latina. Revista de Economía Pública Urbana, vol. 22(1): 69-104, Abril. 
  • Melissa, A., Haimovich, F., Ham, A. & Vazquez, E. (2018). Predicting school dropout with administrative data: new evidence from Guatemala and HondurasEducation Economics, 26:4, 356-372. 
  • Neidhöfer, G., Serrano, J. & Gasparini, L. (2018). Educational inequality and intergenerational mobility in Latin America: A new database. Journal of Development Economics 134, September, 329-349.
  • Vargas, R., Cabrera, M., Cicowiez, M., Escobar, P., Hernández, V., Cabrera, J., & Guzmán, V. (2018). Impacts of agricultural incentive policies on socioeconomic and environmental variables in Guatemala. Environment and Development Economics 23: 558-579. ISSN 1355-770X. 
  • Marchionni, M. & Vazquez, E. (2018). The causal effect of an extra year of schooling on skills and knowledge in Latin America. Evidence from PISA. Evidence from PISA, Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice 
  • O. Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Ochuodhoc, T., Masozera, M., Wolde, B., Lal, P., Dudek, S. & Alavalapati, J. R. R. (2018). Financing the sustainable management of Rwanda’s protected areas. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (8): 1381-1397. ISSN 0966-9582. 
  • Alvaredo, F., Cruces, G. & Gasparini, L. (2018). A short episodic history of income distributionin Argentina. Latin American Economic Review (2018) 27: 7. 
  • Gluzmann, P. & Sturzenegger, F. (2018). An estimation of CPI biases in Argentina 1985–2005 and its implications on real income growth and income distribution. Latin American Economic Review (2018) 27: 8. 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Morris, E. J. & Moreda, A. (2018). Boosting tourism’s contribution to growth and development: analysis of the evidence. Review of Development Economics 22 (3): 1296-1320. ISSN 1467-9361. 
  • Gasparini, L. & Marchionni, M. (2017). Deceleration in female labor force participation in Latin America. Economía-LACEA Journal. Vol. 18, Number 1, Fall 2017, pp. 197-224
  • Garganta, S., Gasparini, L. & Marchionni, M. (2017). Cash transfers and female labor force participation: the case of AUH in ArgentinaIZA Journal of Labor Policy, 6(10). 
  • Gluzmann, P. & Gasparini, L. (2017). International inequality in subjective well-being: An exploration with the Gallup World Poll. Review of Development Economics 2017; 00:1-22. 
  • Alzúa, M. L., & Velázquez, C. (2017) The effect of education on teenage fertility: causal evidence for Argentina IZA Journal of Development and Migration7(1), 7. 
  • Molina, E., Carella, L., Pacheco, A., Cruces, G. & Gasparini, L. (2017) Community monitoring interventions to curb corruption and increase access and quality in service delivery: a systematic review. Journal of Development Effectiveness. 
  • Edo, M., Marchionni, M. & Garganta, S. (2017) Compulsory education laws or incentives from Conditional Cash Transfer programs? Explaining the rise in secondary school attendance rate in ArgentinaEducation Policy Analysis Archives25(76). 
  • Cruces, G. & Perez-Truglia, R. (2017) Partisan interactions: evidence from a field experiment in the United States. Journal of Political Economy 125, no. 4 (August): 1208-1243  
  • Cavallo, A., Cruces, G. & Perez-Truglia, R. (2017) Inflation expectations, learning and supermarket pricesAmerican Economic Review: Macroeconomics. Vol. 9, No. 3, July 2017 pdf-vector-otro
  • Garganta, S., Gasparini, L., Marchionni, M. & Tappata, M. (2017). The effects of cash transfers on fertility: evidence from ArgentinaPopulation Research and Policy Review. Vol. 36, Issue 1, pp. 1-24 
  • Serrano J. & Benzaquén, I. (2017). La frontera de posibilidades de desigualdad en América LatinaEl Trimestre Económico LXXXIV (2), No 334, pp. 427-461. (ISSN 0041-3011) 
  • Lofgren, H. & Cicowiez, M. (2017). A Proximity-based approach to labor mobility in CGE models with an application to Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Global Economic Analysis 2 (1): 120-165. 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M., Horridge, M. & Vargas, R. (2016). A conceptual framework for integrated economic-environmental modelling. Journal of Environment & Development 25 (3): 276–305 
  • Alzúa, M.L., Cruces, G. & Lopez, C. (2016). Long-run effects of youth training programs: experimental evidence from ArgentinaEconomic Inquiry 54, 4 (ISSN: 1465-7295) 
  • Badaracco, N., Gasparini, L. & Marchionni, M. (2016). Distributive Implications of Fertility Changes in Latin AmericaInternational Journal of Population Research. 2016 
  • Parada, C. (2016) Empleo femenino, pobreza y desigualdad. Un análisis de microdescomposiciones. Uruguay (1991-2012). El Trimestre Económico 83 (330), pp. 371-404 
  • Alejo, J. & Parada, C. (2016) Inequality and informality in Latin America: the case of Brazil. Desarrollo y Sociedad. No 78 pp. 143-199 
  • Gasparini, L., Cruces, G. & Tornarolli, L. (2016) Chronicle of a deceleration foretold: income inequality in Latin America in the 2010sRevista de Economía Mundial 43, 25-46 (ISSN 1576-0162) pdf-vector-otro
  • Viollaz, M. (2016) Are labor inspections protecting workers rights? Adding the evidence from sized based labor regulations and fines in PeruInternational Labour Review. DOI: 10.1111/ilr.12038 pdf-vector-otro
  • Parada, C. (2016) «Efectos sobre la oferta de trabajo de la extensión del seguro de salud a cónyuges. La experiencia de Uruguay»Ecos de Economía 20(43) 
  • Alejo, J., Bera, A., Galvao, A., Montes-Rojas, G. & Xiao, Z. (2016) Tests for normality based on the quantile-mean covariance. Stata Journal 16 (4), pp 1039-1057 
  • Cicowiez, M., Alejo, J., Gresia, L., Olivieri, S. & Pacheco, A. (2016) Export taxes, world prices, and poverty in Argentina: a dynamic CGE-microsimulation analysis. International Journal of Microsimulation 9 (1), 24-54 pdf-vector-otro
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M. & Cotta, J. (2016). Economics of tourism investment in data scarce countries. Annals of Tourism Research 60 (September): 115-138. 
  • Mercado, R. & Cicowiez, M. (2016). Crecimiento argentino en el largo plazo: un modelo intertemporal y una agenda empírica. Desarrollo Económico. Enero-Abril 
  • Vazquez, E. (2016). Segregación escolar por nivel socioeconómico. Midiendo el fenómeno y explorando sus determinantesEconómica, Vol. LXII: 121-184 
  • Gasparini, L. & Garganta, S. (2015). CCTs and labor informality: the case of ArgentinaPolicy in Focus (ISSN 2318-8995), Vol. 12, issue 2 – Social Protection, Entrepreneurship and Labour Market Activation.
  • Alzúa, M.L., Gasparini, L. & Haimovich. F. (2015). Education reform and labor market outcomes. The case of Argentina’s Ley Federal de Educación. Journal of Applied Economics XVIII (1), May, 21-44. (ISSN 1514-0326) 
  • Garganta, S. & Gasparini, L. (2015). «The impact of a social program on labor informality: the case of AUH in Argentina»Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 115, pp. 99-110. (ISSN 0304-3878) 
  • Gasparini, L., Arcidiácono, M., Carella, L., Puig, J., Gluzmann, P. & Brassiolo, P. (2015). El empleo público en América Latina. Evidencia de las encuestas de hogaresEl Trimestre Económico LXXXII (4), No. 328, pp. 749-784.  (ISSN 0041-3011) 
  • Cruces, G., Lanjouw, P., Lucchetti, L., Perova, E., Vakis, R. & Viollaz, M. (2015). Estimating poverty transitions using repeated cross-sections: a three-country validation exerciseJournal of Economic Inequality, Springer, Vol. 13(2), pp. 161-179 
  • Alejo, J. & Badaracco, N. (2015) Counterfactual distributions in bivariate models—A conditional quantile approach. Econometrics 3 (4), pp. 719-732 
  • Gluzmann, P. & Panigo, D. (2015). Global search regression (gsreg): A new automatic model selection technique for cross-section, time series and panel data regressionsStata Journal, 15 (2) :325-349 
  • Banerjee, O., Cicowiez, M. & Gachot, S. (2015). A quantitative framework for assessing public investment in tourism – An application to Haiti. Tourism Management 51 (December): 157-173. 
  • Sánchez, M. V. & Cicowiez, M. (2014). Trade-offs and payoffs of investing in human development. World Development 62 (October): 14-29 
  • Alzúa, M. L. & López, L. (2014). The long and winding road towards fiscal decentralizationEconómica, Vol. LX: 3-43 
  • López-Calva, L.F., Cruces, G., Lach, S. & Ortiz-Juárez, E. (2014). Clases medias y vulnerabilidad a la pobreza. Reflexiones desde América LatinaEl Trimestre Económico, Fondo de Cultura Económica, vol. 0(322), pp. 281-307 
  • Bergolo, M. & Cruces, G. (2014). Work and tax evasion incentive effects of social insurance programsJournal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 117(C), pages 211-228 
  • Gasparini, L. & Tornarolli, L. (2014). A review of the OECD Income Distribution DatabaseJournal of Economic Inequality 13 (4), pp. 579-602 (ISSN 1569-1721) 
  • Battistón, D., García Domench, C. & Gasparini, L. (2014). Could an increase in education raise income inequality? Evidence for Latin AmericaLatin American Journal of Economics 51 (1) May, 1-39. (ISSN 0717-6821)  pdf-vector-otro
  • Alejo, J., Gabrielli, M.F., & Sosa Escudero, W. (2014). The distributive effects of education: an unconditional quantile regression approachRevista de Análisis Económico – Economic Analysis Review (RAE-EAR), Vol. 29, Nº 1, pp. 53-76 
  • Doneschi, A.; Novas, V. & Velázquez, C. (2014). Impuesto al graduado en Uruguay: reformulación del Fondo de SolidaridadPáginas de Educación, vol.7, n.1, pp.57-100. ISSN en línea 1688-7468 
  • Viollaz, M. (2014) From the classroom to the workplace: Three decades of evidence for Latin AmericaCEPAL Review No 112 
  • Perera, M. & Velázquez, C. (2013). Impacto del programa de regularización migratoria ‘Patria Grande’ en ArgentinaEstudios Económicos, vol.30, n.61, pp. 43-69. ISSN en línea 2525-1295 
  • Gasparini, L., Sosa Escudero, W., Marchionni, M. & Olivieri, O. (2013). Multidimensional poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean: New evidence from the Gallup World PollJournal of Economic Inequality.  2013  11: 195 (ISSN 1569-1721) 
  • Gasparini, L. & Cruces, G. (2013). Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: A Story of Two Decades. Journal of International Affairs Vol. 66, No. 2, Spring/Summer 
  • Alejo, J. (2013), Relación de Kuznets en América Latina. Explorando más allá de la media condicionalEconómica. ISSN 1852-1649 
  • Gluzmann, P. (2013). Bienestar subjetivo y crecimiento económico: analizando la paradoja decrecimiento infeliz en la Encuesta Mundial Gallup. Económica 59, 231-258 
  • Alejo, J., Bergolo, M. & Carbajal, F. (2013). Las Transferencias Públicas y su Impacto Distributivo: La Experiencia de los Países del Cono Sur en la Década de 2000El Trimestre Económico 
  • Battiston, D., Cruces, G., Lopez-Calva, L., Lugo, M. & Santos, M. (2013). Income and Beyond: Multidimensional Poverty in Six Latin American Countries. Social Indicators Research, Springervol. 112(2), p.p. 291-314 
  • Levy Yeyati, E., Sturzenegger, F. & Gluzmann, P. (2013). Fear of Appreciation. Journal of Development Economics Vol. 101, March, pp. 233-247 (ISSN:  0304-3878) 
  • Garbero, M.N. (2012). Efectos de las restricciones de liquidez en la acumulación de capital humano: evidencia para NicaraguaEconómica, Vol. LVIII: 53-95 
  • Brambilla, I., Lederman, D. & Porto, G. (2012). Exports, Export Destinations, and SkillsAmerican Economic Review, Vol. 102, Issue 7 
  • Gasparini, L. & Gluzmann, P. (2012). Estimating Income Poverty and Inequality from the Gallup World Poll. Journal of Income Distribution, Vol. 21, Number 1 
  • Cruces, G., Glüzmann, P., & Lopez-Calva, L. (2012). Economic Crises, Maternal and Infant Mortality, Low Birth weight and Enrollment Rates: Evidence from Argentina’s Downturns. World Development, Elsevier, vol. 40(2), p.p. 303-314 
  • Bérgolo, M., Cruces, G. & Ham, A. (2012). Assessing the Predictive Power of Vulnerability Measures: Evidence from Panel Data for Argentina and Chile. Journal of Income Distribution, vol. 21(1), p.p. 28-64 
  • Gasparini, L., Jaume, D., Serio, M. & Vazquez, E. (2011). La segregación entre escuelas públicas y privadas en Argentina. Reconstruyendo la evidencia. Desarrollo Económico-Revista de Ciencias Sociales, vol. 51 N° 202-203: pp. 189-219 
  • Sosa Escudero, W., Marchionni, M. & Arias, O. (2011). Sources of Income Persistance: Evidence from Rural El SalvadorJournal of Income Distribution (ISSN: 1874-6322) 20(1), 3-28, March 2011 
  • Gasparini, L., Cruces, G. & Tornarolli, L. (2011). Recent trends in income inequality in Latin AmericaEconomia 10 (2), 147-201, Spring 
  • Cruces, G. & Gasparini, L. (2010). Las asignaciones universales por hijo en Argentina. Impacto, discusión y alternativasEconómica, Vol. LVI 
  • Conconi, A. & Ham, A. (2010). The Many Faces of Poverty. Quantifying the deprivation costs of the 2001-2002 crisis in Argentina. Económica, Vol. LVI(1): 39-77. ISBN 0013-0419 
  • Gasparini, L., Alejo, J., Haimovich, F., Olivieri, S. & Tornarolli, L. (2010). Poverty among Older People in Latin America and the CaribbeanJournal of International Development, 22: 176–207 
  • Cicowiez, M., Díaz-Bonilla, C. & Díaz-Bonilla, E. (2010). Impacts of trade liberalization on poverty and inequality in Argentina: policy insights from a non-parametric CGE microsimulation analysis. International Journal of Microsimulation 3 (1): 118-122. 
  • Chisari, O. & Cicowiez, M. (2010). Marginal cost of public funds and regulatory regimes: computable general equilibrium evaluation for Argentina. Revista de Análisis Económico 25 (1): 79-116. 
  • Gasparini, L. & Tornarolli, L. (2009). Labor Informality in Latin America and the Caribbean: Patterns and Trends from Household Survey MicrodataRevista Desarrollo y Sociedad 63 (1), 13-80, 2009 
  • Gasparini, L., Haimovich, F. & Olivieri, S. (2009). Labor informality bias of a poverty-alleviation program in Argentina. Journal of Applied Economics, Vol XII, No. 2, 181-205 
  • Cruces, G. & Gasparini, L. (2009). “Desigualdad en Argentina. Una revisión de la evidencia empírica”, Desarrollo Económico 192 (48) 
  • Conconi, A., Cruces, G. & Sánchez, R. (2008). E pur si muove? Movilidad, Pobreza y Desigualdad en América Latina. Económica, Vol. LIV(1-2): 121-159. 2008. ISBN 0013-0419 
  • Gasparini, L., Horenstein, M. Molina, E. & Olivieri, S. (2008). Polarización Económica, Instituciones y Conflicto. Dinámicas de la Cohesión Social LatinoamericanaColección CIEPLAN. UQBAR Editores. Santiago 
  • Gasparini, L., Horenstein, M. Molina, E. & Olivieri, S. (2008). Income Polarization in Latin America: Patterns and Links with Institutions and ConflictOxford Development Studies 36 (4): 461-484 
  • Gasparini, L., Gutiérrez, F. & Tornarolli, L. (2007). Growth and Income Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean: evidence from household surveysReview of Income and Wealth 53 (2): 209-245 
  • Crosta, F. (2007). Exploring the Effects of the Schools Levels Reform on Access and its Quality: The Education Federal Law of Argentina. Well-Being and Social Policy 3 (1): 97-122 
  • Gasparini, L. (2007). Income Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean; Evidence from Household Surveys. Económica LI (1/2) (Enero/Diciembre, 2005) 
  • Acosta, P. & Gasparini, L. (2007). Capital Accumulation, Trade Liberalization and Rising Wage Inequality: The Case of Argentina. Economic Development and Cultural Change 55: 793–812 
  • Gasparini, L. (2006). Assessing Benefit-Incidence Results Using Decompositions. The Case of Health Policy in ArgentinaEconomics Bulletin 4 (40): 1-10 
  • Marchionni, M. & Gasparini, L. (2006). Tracing Out the Effects of Demographic Changes on the Income Distribution. The Case of Greater Buenos Aires 1980-2000. Journal of Economic Inequality 5 (1): 97-114 
  • Horenstein, M. & Olivieri, S. (2006). Income Polarization in Argentina: Pure Income Polarization, Theory and Applications. Económica L (1/2) (Enero/Diciembre, 2004) 
  • Gasparini, L. & Pinto, S. (2006). Equality of Opportunities and Optimal Cash and In-Kind Policies. Journal of Public Economics 90 (1-2): 143-169 
  • Gasparini, L. (2006). La Distribución del Ingreso: Un Breve Resumen de Tres DécadasEconómica LII (1/2) (Enero/Diciembre, 2006) 
  • Cicowiez, M. & Galperín, C. (2006). Análisis cuantitativo de cambios en las cuotas arancelarias: el caso de las exportaciones de carne vacuna a la UE. Revista Argentina de Economía Agraria. Nueva Serie IX (1): 75-96.
  • Gasparini, L. & Bertranou, F. (2005). Social Protection and Labour Markets in Latin America: What Can Be Learned from Household Surveys?International Social Security Review 58 (2-3): 15-42 
  • Gasparini, L. & Sosa Escudero, W. (2004). Implicit Rents from Own-Housing and Income Distribution: Econometric Estimates for Greater Buenos Aires. Journal of Income Distribution 12 (1-2) 
  • Gasparini, L. (2002). On the Measurement of Unfairness: An Application to High School Attendance in Argentina. Social Choice and Welfare 19 (4): 795-810 
  • Gasparini, L. (2002). Microeconometric Decompositions of Aggregate Variables. An Application to Labor Informality in ArgentinaApplied Economics 34 (18): 2257-2266 
  • Gasparini, L. & Sosa Escudero, W. (2001). Assessing Aggregate Welfare: Growth and Inequality in Argentina. Latin American Journal of Economics (Cuadernos de Economía) 38 (113): 49-71 
  • Gasparini, L. & Sosa Escudero, W. (2000). A Note on the Statistical Significance of Changes in Inequality. Económica XLVI (1): 111-122 (Enero/Julio, 2000) 

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