Amparo Palacios López
Amparo Palacios López
Economist, Development Research Group, The World Bank
Verified email at worldbank.org
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Caught in a productivity trap: a distributional perspective on gender differences in Malawian agriculture
T Kilic, A Palacios-Lopez, M Goldstein
World Development 70, 416-463, 2015
1462015
How much of the labor in African agriculture is provided by women?
A Palacios-Lopez, L Christiaensen, T Kilic
The World Bank, 2015
1272015
Not your average job: measuring farm labor in Tanzania
V Arthi, K Beegle, J De Weerdt, A Palacios-López
The World Bank, 2016
482016
The gender gap in agricultural productivity: the role of market imperfections
A Palacios-López, R López
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (9), 1175-1192, 2015
442015
Why has Europe become environmentally cleaner? Decomposing the roles of fiscal, trade and environmental policies
R López, A Palacios
Environmental and Resource Economics 58 (1), 91-108, 2014
352014
Are women less productive farmers? How markets and risk affect fertilizer use, productivity, and measured gender effects in Uganda
DF Larson, S Savastano, S Murray, A Palacios-López
The World Bank, 2015
202015
Have government spending and energy tax policies contributed to make Europe environmentally cleaner?
RE Lopez, A Palacios
202010
Are Youth Exiting Agriculture En-Masse
E Maďga, L Christiaensen, A Palacios-Lopez
Center for the Study of African Economies Conference, Oxford, UK, 2015
122015
On the determinants of low productivity in maize farming in Uganda: The role of markets, fertilizer use and gender
DF Larson, S Savastano, S Murray, A Palacios-López
In Pursuit of an African Green Revolution, 165-182, 2016
102016
Micro-level welfare impacts of agricultural productivity: Evidence from rural Malawi
FA Darko, A Palacios-Lopez, T Kilic, J Ricker-Gilbert
The Journal of Development Studies 54 (5), 915-932, 2018
92018
Measuring farm labor: survey experimental evidence from Ghana
I Gaddis, GO Siwatu, A Palacios-Lopez, J Pieters
The World Bank, 2019
62019
Is African Youth Exiting Agriculture en Masse?
E Maiga, L Christiaensen, A Palacios-Lopez
World Bank: mimeographed, 2017
52017
Not your average job: Irregular schedules, recall bias, and farm labor measurement in Tanzania
V Arthi, K Beegle, J De Weerdt, A Palacios-López
Tech. Rep. 21, Universiteit Antwerpen, Institute of Development Policy and …, 2016
52016
Land Areas in the LSMS-ISA country datasets: An Application of Multiple Imputation (MI) methods
A Palacios-Lopez, IY Djima
Washington, DC: World Bank, 2014
52014
Are Women Less Productive Farmers?
DF Larson, S Savastano, S Murray, A Palacios-López
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2015
42015
Market imperfections exacerbate the gender gap: the case of Malawi
A Palacios-López, R López
The World Bank, 2015
32015
The labor productivity gap between female and male-managed firms in the formal private sector
A Islam, I Gaddis, AP Lopez, M Amin
The World Bank, 2018
22018
Rhetoric and Reality: How Much Do Women in Africa Contribute to Agriculture?
L Christiaensen, T Kilic, A Palacios-Lopez
Mimeographed, 2014
22014
Decomposing the Labour Productivity Gap between Migrant-Owned and Native-Owned Firms in Sub-Saharan Africa
A Islam, A Palacios Lopez, M Amin
The Journal of Development Studies 55 (9), 2065-2082, 2019
12019
Women’s Work on African Farms
A Palacios-Lopez, L Christiaensen, T Kilic
12017
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