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  • "Are Tax Credits Effective in Developing Countries? The Uruguayan Experience" by Cecilia Llambi (CAF, Development Bank of Latin America and CINVE), Andres Rius (IECON, FCEA Un. de la Republica), Fedora Carbajal (CINVE), Paula Carrasco (IECON, FCEA Un. de la Republica) and Paola Cazulo (CINVE) View Paper
  • "The Micro-D Classification: A New Approach to Identifying Differentiated Exports" by Federico Bernini (Universidad de San Andres), Julia Gonzalez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Juan Carlos Hallak (Universidad de San Andres), and Alejandro Vicondoa (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) View Paper
  • "On the Credibility of Inflation Targeting Regimes in Latin America" by Andrew Powell (Inter-American Development Bank), Rodrigo Mariscal (International Monetary Fund), and Pilar Tavella (Barclays Capital) View Paper
  • "The Short-Term Impact of Crime on School Enrollment and School Choice: Evidence from El Salvador" by Juan Nelson Martínez Dahbura (Keio University) View Paper
  • "Should a Central Bank Transfer its Profits to the Treasury?" by Fernando Alvarez-Parra (CAF and UCV), Adriana Arreaza (CAF and UCAB), and Eduardo Zambrano (California Polytechnic State University) View Paper
  • "The Impact of Export Restrictions on Production: A Synthetic controls Approach" by Ezequiel Garcia-Lembergman (University of California-Berkeley), Martin A. Rossi (Universidad de San Andres), and Rodolfo Stucchi (Inter-American Development Bank) View Paper
  • "Cash Transfers in Latin America: Effects on Poverty and Redistribution" by Veronica Amarante (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) and Martin Brun (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) View Paper
  • "How Sensitive is Regional Poverty Measurement in Latin America to the Value of the Poverty Line" by R. Andres Castañeda (World Bank), Leonardo Gasparini (CEDLAS), Santiago Garriga (Paris School of Economics), Leonardo R. Lucchetti (World Bank) and Daniel Valderrama (Georgetown University) View Paper
  • "Homicides and the Age of Criminal Resposibility: A Density Discontinuity Approach" by Francisco J.M. Costa (FGV EPGE), João S. de Faria (FGV EPGE), Felipe S. Iachan (FGV EPGE) and Barbara Caballero (Instituto de Segurança Pública-RJ y) View Paper



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