Ana Dammert
Ana Dammert
Associate Professor, Economics and International Affairs, Carleton University
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Heterogeneous impacts of conditional cash transfers: Evidence from Nicaragua
AC Dammert
Economic Development and Cultural Change 58 (1), 53-83, 2009
982009
Siblings, child labor, and schooling in Nicaragua and Guatemala
AC Dammert
Journal of Population Economics 23 (1), 199-224, 2010
962010
Child labor and schooling response to changes in coca production in rural Peru
AC Dammert
Journal of development Economics 86 (1), 164-180, 2008
862008
Effects of public policy on child labor: Current knowledge, gaps, and implications for program design
AC Dammert, J De Hoop, E Mvukiyehe, FC Rosati
World development 110, 104-123, 2018
552018
A survey of the economics of fair trade
AC Dammert, S Mohan
Journal of Economic Surveys 29 (5), 855-868, 2015
542015
Preventing dengue through mobile phones: evidence from a field experiment in Peru
AC Dammert, JC Galdo, V Galdo
Journal of health economics 35, 147-161, 2014
482014
Acceso a servicios de salud y mortalidad infantil en el Perú
AC Dammert
Consorcio de Investigación Económica y Social, 2001
342001
Child labor variation by type of respondent: Evidence from a large-scale study
AC Dammert, J Galdo
World Development 51, 207-220, 2013
292013
Integrating mobile phone technologies into labor-market intermediation: a multi-treatment experimental design
AC Dammert, J Galdo, V Galdo
IZA Journal of Labor & Development 4 (1), 1-27, 2015
28*2015
Effects of public policy on child labor: current knowledge, gaps, and implications for program design
A Dammert, JJ De Hoop, E Mvukiyehe, FC Rosati
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2017
172017
Digital labor-market intermediation and job expectations: Evidence from a field experiment
AC Dammert, J Galdo, V Galdo
Economics Letters 120 (1), 112-116, 2013
172013
Focalizando las transferencias públicas en el Perú: evaluando instrumentos de identificación del nivel socio-económico de los Individuos/Hogares
M Valdivia, A Dammert
Lima: GRADE, mimeo, 2001
142001
Does child labour decline with household income? A non-parametric approach
A Dammert
Unpublished paper (Syracuse University), 2005
132005
Program quality and treatment completion for youth training programs
AC Dammert, J Galdo
Economics Letters 119 (3), 243-246, 2013
82013
Effects of public policy on child labor
AC Dammert, J de Hoop, E Mvukiyehe, FC Rosati
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017
52017
Gender wage-productivity differentials and global integration in China
A Dammert, BP Ural Marchand, C Wan
IZA Discussion Paper, 2013
52013
Gender Bias in Agricultural Child Labor: Evidence from Survey Design Experiments
JC Galdo, AC Dammert, D Abebaw
IZA Discussion Papers, 2020
42020
Skills Training and Business Outcomes: Experimental Evidence from Liberia
A Dammert, A Nansamba
Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP), 2019
42019
Child Labor Measurement in Agricultural Households: Seasonality, Proxy Respondent and Gender Information Gaps in Ethiopia
J Galdo, AC Dammert, D Abebaw
Number, 2018
42018
Privatization in China: technology and gender in the manufacturing sector
AC Dammert, B Ural Marchand
Contemporary Economic Policy 33 (2), 250-264, 2015
42015
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