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Arianna Legovini
Arianna Legovini
Director, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME), World Bank
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The impact of high school financial education: Evidence from a large-scale evaluation in Brazil
M Bruhn, L de Souza Lećo, A Legovini, R Marchetti, B Zia
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (4), 256-295, 2016
2212016
The impact of high school financial education: Experimental evidence from Brazil
M Bruhn, L de Souza Lećo, A Legovini, R Marchetti, B Zia
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2013
1512013
Rising inequality in Mexico: Household characteristics and regional effects
CP Bouillon, A Legovini, N Lustig
Journal of Development Studies 39 (4), 112-133, 2003
148*2003
Can education explain changes in income inequality in Mexico?
A Legovini, C Bouillon, N Lustig
The Microeconomics of Income Distribution Dynamics. Washington, DC: Oxford …, 2005
1072005
Mexico: Social spending and food subsidies during adjustment in the 1980s
S Friedmann, N Lustig, A Legovini
Coping with austerity, 1995
571995
Applying machine learning and geolocation techniques to social media data (Twitter) to develop a resource for urban planning
S Milusheva, R Marty, G Bedoya, S Williams, E Resor, A Legovini
PloS one 16 (2), e0244317, 2021
462021
Kenya: Macro economic evolution since independence
A Legovini
Retrieved on March 21, 2005, 2002
442002
Financial education and behavior formation: large-scale experimental evidence from Brazil
M Bruhn, L de Souza Leao, A Legovini, R Marchetti, B Zia
World Bank Working Paper, Washington, DC, 2013
392013
Demand for safe spaces: Avoiding harassment and stigma
F Kondylis, A Legovini, K Vyborny, AMT Zwager, L Cardoso De Andrade
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2020
352020
Impact evaluation helps deliver development projects
A Legovini, V Di Maro, C Piza
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2015
332015
Targeted human development programs: Investing in the next generation
A Legovini, F Regalia
Sustainable Development Dept. Best Practices Working Paper No. POV-110, 2001
302001
Measuring women's empowerment and the impact of Ethiopia's women's development initiatives project
A Legovini
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2005
292005
Development impact evaluation initiative: A world bank–wide strategic approach to enhance development effectiveness
A Legovini
Draft Report to the Operational Vice Presidents, World Bank, Washington, DC, 2010
262010
Targeting methods for social programs
A Legovini
Inter-American Development Bank, 1999
261999
Can education explain income inequality changes in Mexico?
C Bouillon, A Legovini, N Lustig
Inter-American Development Bank, 1999
231999
Can education explain changes in income inequality in Mexico?
C Bouillon, A Legovini, N Lustig
The Microeconomics of Income Distribution Dynamics in East Asia and Latin …, 2005
222005
Can education explain income inequality changes in Mexico
A Legovini, C Bouillon, N Lustig
Inter-American development Bank (IADB), 2001
192001
Social protection for equity and growth
N Lustig
Idb, 2000
192000
The Distributional Impact of Loans in Nicaragua: Are the poor worse off?
A Legovini
World Bank. Processed, 2002
182002
Financial literacy for high school students and their parents: Evidence from brazil
M Bruhn, A Legovini, B Zia
World Bank Working Paper, 2012
132012
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