Fernanda Estevan
Fernanda Estevan
Associate Professor in Economics, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
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Research and higher education in economics: can we deliver the Lisbon objectives?
JH Drèze, F Estevan
Journal of the European Economic Association 5 (2-3), 271-304, 2007
Redistribution without distortion: Evidence from an affirmative action program at a large Brazilian university
F Estevan, T Gall, LP Morin
The Economic Journal, 2019
Public education expenditures and private school enrollment
F Estevan
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 48 (2), 561-584, 2015
Mortality risks, education and child labor
F Estevan, JM Baland
Journal of Development Economics 84 (1), 118-137, 2007
Reshaping the schooling system: The role of immigration
D Dottori, F Estevan, IL Shen
Journal of Economic Theory 148 (5), 2124-2149, 2013
The Top-Ten Way to Integrate High Schools
F Estevan, T Gall, P Legros, AF Newman
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP11910, 2017
Conditional cash transfers and education quality in the presence of credit constraints
E Del Rey, F Estevan
Economics of Education Review 34, 76-84, 2013
The impact of conditional cash transfers on public education expenditures: A political economy approach
F Estevan
European Journal of Political Economy 32, 268-284, 2013
The political economy of public spending, between compulsory and higher education
F Estevan, B Verheyden
Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, Medellin, Colombia, November, 2010
Assessing higher education policy in Brazil: a mixed oligopoly approach
E Del Rey, F Estevan
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 20 (1), 2020
On the road to social mobility? affirmative action and major choice
F Estevan, T Gall, LP Morin
Do Voters Reward Politicians for Education Expenditures?”
M Assunção, F Estevan
Do Ability Peer Effects Matter for Academic and Labor Market Outcomes?
A Lépine, F Estevan
Labour Economics, 102022, 2021
Relevante, porém escasso: panorama do ensino de empreendedorismo nas escolas médicas
LM Tomé
Does exposure to more women in male-dominated fields render female students more career-oriented?
B Borges, F Estevan
Available at SSRN 3789018, 2021
Assessing Higher Education Policy in Brazil: A Mixed Oligopoly Approach
E Del Rey Canteli, F Estevan
© BE Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2020, vol. 20, núm. 1, p. 20190240, 2020
The Top-Ten Way to Integrate High Schools
A Newman, T Gall, P Legros, F Estevan
How does affirmative action without quota work? Evidence from a large Brazilian university.
F Estevan, T Gall, LP Morin
The impact of gender targeting in Conditional Cash Transfer programs
M Sculthorp
Políticas de acción afirmativa en las universidades brasileñas
F Estevan
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