Monday, Jan 12
Filiz Garip, Changing Dynamics of Mexico-U.S. Migration
Understanding peer effects (Mueller)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics.
Ph.D., University College London
Dr. Angelucci is a development economist. She has a range of interests from migration to consumption, risk-sharing, and health.
Angelucci, Manuela, and O. Attanasio. 2013. "The Demand for Food of Poor Urban Mexican Households: Understanding Policy Impacts Using Structural Models." American Economic Journal-Economic Policy, 5(1): 146-178. DOI. Abstract.
Angelucci, Manuela, Giacomo De Giorgi, and Marcos A. Rangel. 2010. "Family networks and school enrollment: Evidence from a randomized social experiment." Journal of Public Economics, 94(4): 197-221. DOI. Abstract.
Angelucci, Manuela, and Orazio Attanasio. 2009. "Oportunidades: Program Effect on Consumption, Low Participation, and Methodological Issues." Economic Development and Cultural Change, 57(3): 479-506. DOI. Abstract.
Angelucci, Manuela, Giacomo De Giorgi, Marcos Rangel, and Imran Rasul. 2009. "Village Economies and the Structure of Extended Family Networks." B. E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 9(1). Abstract.