Taryn Dinkelman
Taryn Dinkelman
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame
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The effects of rural electrification on employment: New evidence from South Africa
T Dinkelman
American Economic Review 101 (7), 3078-3108, 2011
Evidence on the impact of minimum wage laws in an informal sector: Domestic workers in South Africa
T Dinkelman, V Ranchhod
Journal of Development Economics 99 (1), 27-45, 2012
Investing in schooling in Chile: The role of information about financial aid for higher education
T Dinkelman, C Martínez A
Review of Economics and Statistics 96 (2), 244-257, 2014
Household and community income, economic shocks and risky sexual behavior of young adults: evidence from the Cape Area Panel Study 2002 and 2005
T Dinkelman, D Lam, M Leibbrandt
AIDS (London, England) 21 (Suppl 7), S49, 2007
Linking poverty and income shocks to risky sexual behaviour: evidence from a panel study of young adults in Cape Town
T Dinkelman, D Lam, M Leibbrandt
South African Journal of Economics 76, S52-S74, 2008
Why are fewer married women joining the work force in rural India? A decomposition analysis over two decades
F Afridi, T Dinkelman, K Mahajan
Journal of Population Economics 31 (3), 783-818, 2018
Long‐run health repercussions of drought shocks: evidence from South African homelands
T Dinkelman
The Economic Journal 127 (604), 1906-1939, 2017
The long-run effects of labor migration on human capital formation in communities of origin*
T Dinkelman, M Mariotti
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2016
Individual, household and regional determinants of labour force attachment in South Africa: Evidence from the 1997 October Household Survey
T Dinkelman, F Pirouz
South African Journal of Economics 70 (5), 865-891, 2002
Reducing parent-school information gaps and improving education outcomes: Evidence from high frequency text messaging in Chile
S Berlinski, M Busso, T Dinkelman, C Martinez
Unpublished Manuscript, 2016
How household context affects search outcomes of the unemployed in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: A panel data analysis
T Dinkelman
South African Journal of Economics 72 (3), 484-521, 2004
When knowledge is not enough: HIV/AIDS information and risky behavior in Botswana
JA Levinsohn, T Dinkelman, R Majelantle
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
The effects of financial aid and returns information in selective and less selective schools: Experimental evidence from Chile
M Busso, T Dinkelman, AC Martínez, D Romero
Labour Economics 45, 79-91, 2017
Labour market transitions in South Africa: what can we learn from matched labour force survey data?
V Ranchhod, T Dinkelman
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2007
Migration, congestion externalities, and the evaluation of spatial investments
T Dinkelman, S Schulhofer-Wohl
Journal of Development Economics 114, 189-202, 2015
6. New Cellular Networks in Malawi: Correlates of Service Rollout and Network Performance
D Batzilis, T Dinkelman, E Oster, R Thornton, D Zanera
African Successes, Volume III, 215-246, 2016
The empirical evidence on the location determinants of FDI and South Africa's industrial development strategy
JS Taryn Dinkelman
Transformation, 2000
Labor migration and the Structure of Rural Labor Markets
T Dinkelman, G Kumchulesi, M Mariotti
Unpublished manuscript). Department of Economics, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 2015
A model for understanding gender discrepancies in sexual behavior reports
T Dinkelman, D Lam
Population studies center Research Report No. 09 669, 2009
Declining female labour force participation in rural India: The supply side
F Afridi, T Dinkelman, K Mahajan
Geraadpleegd op, 2020
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