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  • Campus de Campolide

    1099-032 Lisboa

    Portugal

  • 3 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
20192020
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Personal information

Teresa Molina Millán is an Assistant Researcher at Nova School of Business and Economics. She obtained her PhD in Economics from the Paris School of Economics and her main areas of research are applied microeconomics and development economics. Her current work focuses on rural poverty, migration, insurance, and conditional cash transfers. She is also interested on violations of random sample selection, either because of attrition or because of self-selection into programs. She is currently affiliated as junior researcher with IZA (Bonn, Germany) and teaches Microeconometrics in the graduate program at Nova SBE.

Education/Academic qualification

Economics, Doctorate, Paris School of Economics

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Research Output at NOVA 2019 2020

  • 3 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
  • 1 Article
  • 1 Review article

Experimental long-term effects of early-childhood and school-age exposure to a conditional cash transfer program

Molina Millán, T., Macours, K., Maluccio, J. A. & Tejerina, L., 1 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Development Economics. 143, 102385.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
childhood
school
health and nutrition
international migration
human capital
3 Citations (Scopus)

Long-term impacts of conditional cash transfers: review of the evidence

Millán, T. M., Barham, T., Macours, K., Maluccio, J. A. & Stampini, M., 2019, In : World Bank Research Observer. 34, 1, p. 119-159 41 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

life cycle
evidence
human capital
poverty
learning