The literature on applied microeconometrics, and in particular the evaluation of programs and policies specific to Latin America, is fast-growing and increasingly important in the geopolitical sphere. In 2015 we published a special collection of research focusing on Health, Education, Infrastructure and Housing, and Climate Change.
We're proud to announce that a new collection is in the works -- this time focusing on Poverty, Crime, Gender, Urban Transport, & Road Safety.
Guest Editor: Sebastian Galiani
Open Access to be facilitated by the Inter-American Development Bank