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Gaia Narciso

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Publications

WTO accession and Tariff Evasion, 2017, joint with Beata S. Javorcik. Journal of Development Economics. See article on VoxEU.org

Migrant Remittances and Information Flows: Evidence from a Field Experiment, forthcoming, joint with Catia Batista. World Bank Economic Review. Online Appendix

Telecracy: Testing for Channels of Persuasion, 2015, joint with Guglielmo Barone and Francesco D'Acunto. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. Online Appendix. Media coverage: VoxEU.org, WSJ Blog,  lavoce.info,  IlFattoQuotidiano

Organized crime and business subsidies: where does the money go?, 2015, joint with Guglielmo Barone. Journal of Urban Economics. Online AppendixThis article was previously circulated under the title "The effect of mafia on public transfers". Media coverage: VoxEU.org, La Repubblica, WSJ.

Political Institutions, Voter Turnout and Policy Outcomes, 2012, joint with Eileen Fumagalli, European Journal of Political Economy.

Differentiated Products and Evasion of Import Tariffs, 2008, joint with Beata S. Javorcik. Journal of International Economics.

Services Inputs and Firm Productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2008, joint with Jens M. Arnold and Aaditya Mattoo, Journal of African Economies.

 

Book chapters and other publications

Labour and Migration in Rural Vietnam”, in, Editor Tarp F., Growth, Structural Transformation, and Rural Change in Vietnam: A Rising Dragon on the Move, Oxford University Press, 2017.

Children and the Youth in Rural Vietnam”, in, Editor Tarp F., Growth, Structural Transformation, and Rural Change in Vietnam: A Rising Dragon on the Move, Oxford University Press, 2017, joint with Carol Newman.

Mafiasin Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. Springer Science + Business Media, New York, 2015, joint with Guglielmo Barone.

Remittance Flows to Developing Countries: Trends, Importance and Impact in, editor Brennan, L. , Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Integration, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, joint with Catia Batista and Carol Newman.

 

Working papers

Migrant networks and the spread of misinformation, 2016, joint with Benjamin Elsner and Jacco Thijssen. Revise and Resubmit, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.

The deep roots of Rebellion: Evidence from the Irish Revolution, 2016, joint with Battista Severgnini. Crowd-sourcing call: The Irish Revolution project. See article on The Irish Economy.

International Competition and The Decision to Migrate: Evidence from The Impact of Chinese Competition on Migration in Mexico, 2015, joint with Kaveh Majlesi.

Changing social norms: Land titling and child Labour in rural Vietnam, 2013, joint with Julia Anna Matz and Carol Newman.

Refugees and "Missing" Arms Trade, 2011.

Work in progress

Globalisation, agricultural markets, and mass migration, 1876 - 1912, joint with Rowena Gray and Gaspare Tortorici.

Toxic roads: Unearthing hazardous waste dumping, joint with Caterina Gennaioli.

Information delivery, Nutrition and HIV Treatment: Evidence from a randomized field experiment on women living with HIV in Uganda, joint with Patrick Lubega, Frances Nakakawa and Carol Newman.

Inspiring women: Experimental evidence on sharing entrepreneurial skills in rural Uganda, joint with Patrick Lubega, Frances Nakakawa and Carol Newman.

Inspiring women project- Videos (click on the picture):

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