Working papers

Does the identity of leaders matter for education? Evidence from the first black governor in the US. (w/ Véronique Gille), submitted.

Unambiguous trends combining absolute and relative income poverty: new results and global application. (w/ Benoit Decerf), conditionally accepted, World Bank Economic Review.

– Intra-household allocations with public goods: A new source of gender inequality.

Selected work in progress

– Fair and Welfare-consistent Global Income Poverty Measures: Theory and Application (w/ Benoit Decerf & Natalie Quinn)

– Shifting the Balance: How Persistent Shocks to Gender Imbalances Affect Educational and Labor Market Outcomes (w/ Estefanía Galván & David Schindler).

Publications (pre PhD)

– Teenage School Attendance and Cash Transfers. An Impact Evaluation of PANES. Economia, Journal of LACEA, Fall 2013, Vol. 14, No. 1 (w/ Véronica Amarante & Andrea Vigorito).