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Mulheres perdem trabalho após terem filhos
A pesquisa “Mulheres perdem trabalho após terem filhos” indica que há imediata queda no emprego das mães ao fim da licença-maternidade e, depois de 24 meses, metade delas saem do mercado – na maior parte das vezes, por ...
Centralized admission and the student-college match
Decentralized assignments in the education market have been increasingly replaced by centralized ones. However, empirical evidence on these transitions is scarce. This paper examines the adoption of centralized admissions ...
The labor market consequences of maternity leave policies: evidence from Brazil
(EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças, 2016)
This paper examines the labor market consequences of paid maternity leave for women who participate in the Brazilian formal labor market (and thus qualify for the leave policy). We take advantage of rich administrative ...
Bright minds, big rent: gentrification and the rising returns to skill
In 1980, housing prices in the main US cities rose with distance to the city center. By 2010, that relationship had reversed. We propose that this development can be traced to greater labor supply of high-income households ...
Inattention in individual expectations
This paper investigates the expectations formation process of economic agents about inflation rate. Using the Market Expectations System of Central Bank of Brazil, we perceive that agents do not update their forecasts every ...