Susan Wendy Parker
Susan Wendy Parker
University of Maryland, School of Public Policy
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Conditional cash transfers and their impact on child work and schooling: Evidence from the progresa program in mexico [with comments]
E Skoufias, SW Parker, JR Behrman, C Pessino
Economia 2 (1), 45-96, 2001
6022001
THE IMPACT OF PROGRESA ON WORK, LEISURE AND TIME ALLOCATION; FINAL REPORT
SW Parker, E Skoufias
2922000
Do conditional cash transfers for schooling generate lasting benefits? A five-year followup of PROGRESA/Oportunidades
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd
Journal of Human Resources 46 (1), 93-122, 2011
2712011
Deception and misreporting in a social program
C Martinelli, SW Parker
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (4), 886-908, 2009
2172009
Aligning learning incentives of students and teachers: Results from a social experiment in Mexican high schools
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd, KI Wolpin
Journal of Political Economy 123 (2), 325-364, 2015
1762015
Cost‐effectiveness analysis of demand‐and supply‐side education interventions: the case of PROGRESA in Mexico
DP Coady, SW Parker
Review of Development Economics 8 (3), 440-451, 2004
1712004
Household income and health care expenditures in Mexico
SW Parker, R Wong
Health Policy 40 (3), 237-255, 1997
1551997
Job loss and family adjustments in work and schooling during the Mexican peso crisis
E Skoufias, SW Parker
Journal of Population Economics 19 (1), 163-181, 2006
1542006
Long-term impacts of the Oportunidades conditional cash transfer program on rural youth in Mexico
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd
IAI Discussion Papers, 2005
1502005
Schooling impacts of conditional cash transfers on young children: Evidence from Mexico
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd
Economic development and cultural change 57 (3), 439-477, 2009
1412009
Conditional Cash Transfers: The Case of Progresa/Oportunidades
SW Parker, PE Todd
Journal of Economic Literature 55 (3), 866-915, 2017
1322017
Medium-term impacts of the Oportunidades conditional cash transfer program on rural youth in Mexico
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd
Poverty, Inequality and Policy in Latin America, 219-70, 2009
1292009
Evaluating conditional schooling and health programs
SW Parker, L Rubalcava, G Teruel
Handbook of development economics 4, 3963-4035, 2007
1272007
The added worker effect over the business cycle: evidence from urban Mexico
SW Parker, E Skoufias*
Applied Economics Letters 11 (10), 625-630, 2004
942004
Do conditional cash transfers improve economic outcomes in the next generation? Evidence from Mexico
SW Parker, T Vogl
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
932018
Gender Differences in Education in Mexico.
SW Parker, C Pederzini
World Bank InfoShop, 1818 H Street, NW, MSN J1-100, Washington, DC 20433, 2000
932000
Randomization and social program evaluation: The case of Progresa
SW Parker, GM Teruel
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 599 (1 …, 2005
832005
Are conditional cash transfers effective in urban areas? Evidence from Mexico
JR Behrman, J Gallardo-Garcia, SW Parker, PE Todd, V Vélez-Grajales
Education economics 20 (3), 233-259, 2012
792012
Evaluación del impacto de Oportunidades sobre la inscripción escolar: primaria, secundaria y media superior
SW Parker
Serie: documentos de investigación;, 2003
772003
Evaluación del impacto de Oportunidades sobre la inscripción, reprobación y abandono escolar
S Parker
Evaluación externa del impacto del Programa Oportunidades, 15-59, 2003
662003
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