Nestor Gandelman
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Risk aversion at the country level
N Gandelman, R Hernández-Murillo
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 97 (1), 53-66, 2015
1452015
The impact of trade liberalization on employment, capital, and productivity dynamics: evidence from the uruguayan manufacturing sector
C Casacuberta, G Fachola, N GANDELMAN*
The Journal of Policy Reform 7 (4), 225-248, 2004
702004
Sticky floors and glass ceilings in Latin America
P Carrillo, N Gandelman, V Robano
The Journal of Economic Inequality 12 (3), 339-361, 2014
662014
Neighborhood determinants of quality of life
N Gandelman, G Piani, Z Ferre
Journal of Happiness Studies 13 (3), 547-563, 2012
572012
Happiness decomposition: Female optimism
ML Arrosa, N Gandelman
Journal of Happiness Studies 17 (2), 731-756, 2016
502016
Female headed households and homeownership in Latin America
N Gandelman
Housing Studies 24 (4), 525-549, 2009
47*2009
Multiple job holding: the artist's labour supply approach
C Casacuberta, N Gandelman
Applied Economics 44 (3), 323-337, 2012
432012
Happiness inequality: How much is reasonable?
N Gandelman, R Porzecanski
Social Indicators Research 110 (1), 257-269, 2013
412013
What do happiness and health satisfaction data tell us about relative risk aversion?
N Gandelman, R Hernández-Murillo
Journal of Economic Psychology 39, 301-312, 2013
392013
The impact of inflation and unemployment on subjective personal and country evaluations
N Gandelman, R Hernández-Murillo
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 91 (3), 107-26., 2009
382009
Traditional excluding forces: A review of the quantitative literature on the economic situation of indigenous peoples, Afro‐descendants, and people living with disability
N Gandelman, H Ñopo, L Ripani
Latin American Politics and Society 53 (4), 147-179, 2011
29*2011
Investment and Financial Restrictions at the Firm Level in Uruguay
J De Brun, N Gandelman, E Barbieri
Credit Constraints and Investment in Latin America. Washington, DC: Inter …, 2003
29*2003
Household education spending in Latin America and the Caribbean: Evidence from income and expenditure surveys
S Acerenza, N Gandelman
Education Finance and Policy 14 (1), 61-87, 2019
282019
Peer Effects in Risk Aversion
A Balsa, N Gandelman, N González
Risk Analysis 31 (1), 27, 2014
262014
Productivity, exit, and crisis in the manufacturing and service sectors
C Casacuberta, N Gandelman
The developing economies 53 (1), 27-43, 2015
24*2015
The Fixed-Income Market in Uruguay
J De Brun, N Gandelman, H Kamil, AC Porzecanski
Bond Markets in Latin America: On the Verge of a Big Bang?, 217, 2008
192008
Glass ceilings in research: Evidence from a national program in Uruguay
D Bukstein, N Gandelman
Research Policy 48 (6), 1550-1563, 2019
172019
Mobility among employers and assortative matching: Field evidence from soccer data
N Gandelman
Journal of Sports Economics 9 (4), 351-370, 2008
172008
Do the rich save more in Latin America?
N Gandelman
The Journal of Economic Inequality 15 (1), 75-92, 2017
162017
The impact of ICT on health promotion: A randomized experiment with diabetic patients
A Balsa, N Gandelman
152011
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