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  • E. LA FERRARA (2003). Kin groups and reciprocity: A model of credit transactions in Ghana. THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW pp.1730- 1751 Vol.93(5)
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  • E. LA FERRARA (2002). Inequality and group participation: Theory and evidence from rural Tanzania. JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMICS pp.235- 273 Vol.85
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  • E. LA FERRARA (2007). Descent Rules and Strategic Transfers. Evidence from Matrilineal Groups in Ghana. JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS pp.280- 301 Vol.83
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  • A. ALESINA, E. LA FERRARA (2005). Ethnic Diversity and Economic Performance. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE pp.762- 800 Vol.43
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  • E. LA FERRARA (2002). Self-Help Groups and Income Generation in the Informal Settlements of Nairobi. JOURNAL OF AFRICAN ECONOMIES pp.61- 89 Vol.11(1)
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  • M. GUIDOLIN , E. LA FERRARA (2007). Diamonds Are Forever, Wars Are Not. Is Conflict Bad for Private Firms?. THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW pp.1978- 1993 Vol.97
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  • M. BJORKMAN, J. SVENSSON (forthcoming). When is Community-Based Monitoring Effective? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Primary Health in Uganda. JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION
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  • M. BJORKMAN, J. SVENSSON (2009). Power to the People: Evidence of a Randomized Field Experiment on Community-Based Monitoring in Uganda. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS pp.735- 769 Vol.124
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  • O. ATTANASIO, K. M. KAUFMANN (2009), Educational Choices, Subjective Expectations, and Credit Constraints. NBER Working Paper Series, No. w15087
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  • K. M. KAUFMANN (2010), Understanding the Income Gradient in College Attendance in Mexico: The Role of Heterogeneity in Expected Returns. IGIER Working Paper, No. 362
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  • A. GABOS, R. I. GAL and G.KEZDI (2009), Birth order fertility effects of child-related benefits and pensions -- a test on Hungarian data. Population Studies. Volume 63, Issue 3 November 2009 , pages 215 - 231.
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