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Silvia Prina
Silvia Prina
Associate Professor of Economics, Northeastern University
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Banking the poor via savings accounts: Evidence from a field experiment
S Prina
Journal of Development Economics 115, 16-31, 2015
5732015
The effect of social programs and exposure to professionals on the educational aspirations of the poor
C Chiapa, JL Garrido, S Prina
Economics of Education Review 31 (5), 778-798, 2012
1452012
Treatment effect accounting for network changes
M Comola, S Prina
The Review of Economics and Statistics 103 (3), 597-604, 2021
111*2021
The effect of saving on risk attitudes and intertemporal choices
LS Carvalho, S Prina, J Sydnor
Journal of Development Economics 120, 41-52, 2016
87*2016
The effects of financial inclusion on children's schooling, and parental aspirations and expectations
C Chiapa, S Prina, A Parker
Journal of International Development 28 (5), 683-696, 2016
72*2016
The importance of parental knowledge: Evidence from weight report cards in Mexico
S Prina, H Royer
Journal of Health Economics 37, 232-247, 2014
702014
Migration, Money Transfers and Mobile Money: Evidence from Niger
J Aker, S Prina, J Welch
American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 110, 589-93, 2020
402020
Who benefited more from the North American free trade agreement: Small or large farmers? Evidence from Mexico
S Prina
Review of Development Economics 17 (3), 594-608, 2013
40*2013
A Theory of Endogenous Fertility with Occupational Choice
D Mookherjee, S Prina, D Ray
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 4 (4), 1-34, 2012
33*2012
Do interventions change the network? A dynamic peer effect model accounting for network changes
M Comola, S Prina
Unpublished manuscript, Paris School of Economics, 2014
312014
Incentives and unintended consequences: Spillover effects in food choice
M Angelucci, S Prina, H Royer, A Samek
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (4), 66-95, 2019
30*2019
Do basic savings accounts help the poor to save? Evidence from a field experiment in Nepal
S Prina
Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 2012
28*2012
Conditional cash transfers and financial access: increasing the bang for each transferred buck?
C Chiapa, S Prina
Development Policy Review 35 (1), 23-38, 2017
18*2017
COVID-19 Movement Restrictions and Domestic Violence: Evidence from the U.S.
B Erten, P keskin, S Prina
American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 112, 262-66, 2022
17*2022
Tailored Health Information and Eating Behavior: Effects of a Health Risk Assessment on Employees with Different Ex-Ante Awareness of their Health Risks
M Carrera, SA Hasan, S Prina
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 172 (April), 236-246, 2020
17*2020
Too fast, too furious? Digital credit delivery speed and repayment rates
A Burlando, MA Kuhn, S Prina
IZA DP No. 16451, 2023
14*2023
Delivering conditional cash transfers via savings accounts
C Chiapa, S Prina
International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth One Pager, 2015
14*2015
Effects of border price changes on agricultural wages and employment in Mexico
S Prina
Journal of International Development 27 (1), 112-132, 2015
11*2015
Transitory income changes and consumption smoothing: Evidence from Mexico
M Angelucci, C Chiapa, S Prina, I Rojas
Journal of Public Economics 230, 105013, 2024
5*2024
Passing the message: Peer outreach about COVID-19 precautions in Zambia
A Burlando, P Chintagunta, J Goldberg, M Graboyes, P Hangoma, ...
Journal of Development Economics, 103318, 2024
4*2024
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