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Wealth and inequality gradientsfor the detection and control ofhypertension in older individualsin middle-income economiesaround 2007-2015

María F. García
Paul Rodríguez
Philipp Hessel
Socioeconomic inequalities in the detection and treatment of non-communicable diseases represent a challenge for healthcare systems in middle-income countries (MICs) in the context of population ageing. This challenge is particularly […]

Productivity gaps atformal and informalmicrofirms

Luis H. Gutierrez
Paul Rodríguez
Although evidence of a productivity gap between formal and informal firms has been observed, this ‘‘formality premium” has been less explored for microfirms. The informality of microfirms is a central […]

Income inequality andself-rated health statusin Colombia

María Casabianca
Pamela Góngora
Paul Rodríguez
Background: The negative association between income inequality and health has been known in the literature as the Income Inequality Hypothesis (IIH). Despite the multiple studies examining the validity of this […]

Financial inclusion and business practices of microbusiness in Colombia

Juan Carlos Urueña Mejía
Luis H. Gutierrez
Paul Rodríguez
Financial inclusion is known to be relevant for improving the growth perspectives of microbusinesses. This research has three aims. First, to explore how adopting business practices can impact the usage […]

Corruption and Firms

Emanuele Colonnelli
Mounu Prem
We estimate the causal real economic effects of a randomized anti-corruption crackdown on local governments in Brazil using rich micro-data on corruption and firms. After anti-corruption audits,municipalities experience an increase […]

Reintegration and forgiveness to ex-combatants in Colombia

Lina Restrepo Plaza
Luis Murillo
The aftermath of over 50 years of uninterrupted conflict is not only underdevelopment and casualties. It is also the loss of social ties, the mistrust, and the difficulties to build […]

Citizens from 13 countries share similar preferences for COVID-19 vaccine allocation priorities

Adrian Barnett
Alessia Melegaro
Ana Gibertoni
Jean-Francois Bonnefon
Jorge Friedman
Juan Vargas
Julia Seither
Laurence S. J. Roope
Mara Violato
Mariana Blanco
Matias Fuentes
Paolo Candio
Pavan Mamidi
Peter John Loewen
Philip M. Clarke
Raymond Duch
Thomas S. Robinsone
Xinyang Hua
How does the public want a COVID-19 vaccine to be allocated?We conducted a conjoint experiment asking 15,536 adults in 13 countries to evaluate 248,576 profiles of potential vaccine recipients who […]

How do risk attitudes affect pro-social behavior? Theory and experiment

Santiago Sautua
Sean Fahle
We explore how risk preferences affect pro-social behavior under uncertainty. We analyze a modified dictator game in which the dictator can, by reducing her own sure payoff, increase the odds […]