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NBER Working Papers and Publications

September 2017Long-Term Care in Latin America and the Caribbean? Theory and Policy Considerations
with Martín Caruso, Sebastian Galiani: w23797
September 2016Electoral reciprocity in programmatic redistribution: Experimental Evidence
with Sebastian Galiani, Nadya Hajj, Nandita Krishnaswamy, Patrick J. McEwan: w22588
May 2007Mexican Immigration and Self-Selection: New Evidence from the 2000 Mexican Census
with Darren Lubotsky
in Mexican Immigration to the United States, George J. Borjas, editor
February 2007The Labor Market Impacts of Youth Training in the Dominican Republic: Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation
with David Card, Ferdinando Regalia, David Rosas, Yuri Soares: w12883

Published: David Card & Pablo Ibarrarán & Ferdinando Regalia & David Rosas-Shady & Yuri Soares, 2011. "The Labor Market Impacts of Youth Training in the Dominican Republic," Journal of Labor Economics, vol 29(2), pages 267-300.

July 2005Mexican Immigration and Self-Selection: New Evidence from the 2000 Mexican Census
with Darren Lubotsky: w11456

Published: Mexican Immigration and Self-Selection: New Evidence from the 2000 Mexican Census , Pablo Ibarraran, Darren Lubotsky. in Mexican Immigration to the United States, Borjas. 2007

 
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