Martina Viarengo
Martina Viarengo
Professor, Department of Economics, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
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Nation-building through compulsory schooling during the age of mass migration
O Bandiera, M Mohnen, I Rasul, M Viarengo
The Economic Journal 129 (617), 62-109, 2019
The making of modern America: migratory flows in the age of mass migration
O Bandiera, I Rasul, M Viarengo
Journal of Development Economics 102, 23-47, 2013
Does money matter for schools?
H Holmlund, S McNally, M Viarengo
Economics of education review 29 (6), 1154-1164, 2010
Does additional spending help urban schools? An evaluation using boundary discontinuities
S Gibbons, S McNally, M Viarengo
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (5), 1618-1668, 2018
The expansion and convergence of compulsory schooling in Western Europe, 1950–2000
F Murtin, M Viarengo
Economica 78 (311), 501-522, 2011
Closing the gender gap in education: What is the state of gaps in labour force participation for women, wives and mothers?
I Ganguli, R Hausmann, M Viarengo
International Labour Review 153 (2), 173-207, 2014
Changing how literacy is taught: Evidence on synthetic phonics
S Machin, S McNally, M Viarengo
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 10 (2), 217-241, 2018
Colonial institutions, trade shocks, and the diffusion of elementary education in Brazil, 1889–1930
A Musacchio, AM Fritscher, M Viarengo
The Journal of Economic History 74 (3), 730-766, 2014
School and family effects on educational outcomes across countries
RB Freeman, M Viarengo
Economic Policy 29 (79), 395-446, 2014
Coming out in America: AIDS, politics, and cultural change
R Fernández, S Parsa, M Viarengo
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
Variation in educational outcomes and policies across countries and of schools within countries
RB Freeman, S Machin, M Viarengo
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
The state, socialisation, and private schooling: When will governments support alternative producers?
L Pritchett, M Viarengo
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (7), 784-807, 2015
Producing superstars for the economic mundial: The Mexican predicament with quality of education
L Pritchett, M Viarengo
Explaining the cross-national time series variation in life expectancy: income, women's education, shifts, and what else?
L Pritchett, M Viarengo
UNDP, 2010
The gender aspect of migrants’ assimilation in Europe
T Lee, G Peri, M Viarengo
Labour Economics 78, 102180, 2022
Inequality of educational outcomes: International evidence from PISA
RB Freeman, S Machin, M Viarengo
Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies 11 (3), 5-20, 2011
Closing the gender gap in education: does it foretell the closing of the employment, marriage, and motherhood gaps?
I Ganguli, R Hausmann, M Viarengo
HKS Working Paper No. RWP11-021, 2011
Why demographic suicide? The puzzles of European fertility
L Pritchett, M Viarengo
PoPulation and develoPment review 38, 55-71, 2013
Marriage, education and assortative mating in Latin America
I Ganguli, R Hausmann, M Viarengo
Applied Economics Letters 21 (12), 806-811, 2014
the great leap forward: the Political economy of education in Brazil, 1889-1930
A Martínez Fritscher, A Musacchio, M Viarengo
Working Papers, 2010
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