Cristian Pop-Eleches
Cristian Pop-Eleches
Professor, SIPA, Columbia University
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Mobile phone technologies improve adherence to antiretroviral treatment in a resource-limited setting: a randomized controlled trial of text message reminders
C Pop-Eleches, H Thirumurthy, JP Habyarimana, JG Zivin, MP Goldstein, ...
AIDS (London, England) 25 (6), 825, 2011
10402011
Judicial checks and balances
R LaPorta, F Lopez-de-Silane, C Pop-Eleches, A Shleifer
Journal of Political Economy 112 (2), 2004
10112004
Going to a better school: Effects and behavioral responses
C Pop-Eleches, M Urquiola
American Economic Review 103 (4), 2013
4192013
Home computer use and the development of human capital
O Malamud, C Pop-Eleches
Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (2), 2011
3252011
General education versus vocational training: Evidence from an economy in transition
O Malamud, C Pop-Eleches
The review of economics and statistics 92 (1), 43-60, 2010
249*2010
The impact of an abortion ban on socioeconomic outcomes of children: Evidence from Romania
C Pop-Eleches
Journal of Political Economy 114 (4), 744-773, 2006
1912006
Mobile phone text messages for improving adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART): an individual patient data meta-analysis of randomised trials
L Mbuagbaw, ML Van Der Kop, RT Lester, H Thirumurthy, C Pop-Eleches, ...
BMJ open 3 (12), e003950, 2013
167*2013
Electronic filing, tax preparers and participation in the Earned Income Tax Credit
W Kopczuk, C Pop-Eleches
Journal of public Economics 91 (7-8), 1351-1367, 2007
1192007
School tracking and access to higher education among disadvantaged groups
O Malamud, C Pop-Eleches
Journal of Public Economics 95 (11-12), 1538-1549, 2011
982011
The guarantees of freedom
R La Porta, F Lopez-de-Silanes, C Pop-Eleches, A Shleifer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002
962002
Targeted government spending and political preferences
C Pop-Eleches, G Pop-Eleches
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 7 (3), 285-320, 2012
902012
The impact of HIV/AIDS and ARV treatment on worker absenteeism implications for African firms
J Habyarimana, B Mbakile, C Pop-Eleches
Journal of Human Resources 45 (4), 809-839, 2010
822010
From Local to Global: External Validity an A Fertility Natural Experiment
R Dehejia, C Pop-Eleches, C Samii
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 1-48, 2019
722019
The supply of birth control methods, education, and fertility evidence from Romania
C Pop-Eleches
Journal of Human Resources 45 (4), 971-997, 2010
692010
Differences between self-reported and electronically monitored adherence among patients receiving antiretroviral therapy in Kenya
H Thirumurthy, N Siripong, RC Vreeman, C Popeleches, JP Habyarimana, ...
AIDS, 2012
532012
The effect of absenteeism and clinic protocol on health outcomes: The case of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Kenya
M Goldstein, J Graff Zivin, J Habyarimana, C Pop-Eleches, H Thirumurthy
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (2), 58-85, 2013
522013
The effect of fertility on mothers’ labor supply over the last two centuries
D Aaronson, R Dehejia, A Jordan, C Pop-Eleches, C Samii, K Schulze
The Economic Journal 131 (633), 1-32, 2021
482021
Interactions between family and school environments: Evidence on dynamic complementarities?
O Malamud, C Pop-Eleches, M Urquiola
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
442016
Cash transfers to cover clinic transportation costs improve adherence and retention in care in a HIV treatment program in rural Uganda
N Emenyonu, W Muyindike, J Habyarimana, C Pops-Eleches, ...
17th conference on retroviruses and opportunistic infections, 16-19, 2010
442010
The role of education interventions in improving economic rationality
HB Kim, S Choi, B Kim, C Pop-Eleches
Science 362 (6410), 83-86, 2018
422018
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