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Rafael Lalive is a professor of Applied Economics and Econometrics. His research interests include social economics, labor economics, public economics, microeconometrics.
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The case for investing in good quality early child care
Two researchers look at the controversial issue of whether Early Child Care for very young children (under the age of three) provides benefits over care at home. And if so, whether it benefits children to a different degree depending on their circumstances.
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Reducing the cost of unemployment: The importance of overall impact when designing effective policy
Research shows that policies designed to encourage people into work have an impact beyond the individual, at a market level. These market effects may produce unanticipated, unintended and even undesired consequences.
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