Research

In peer-reviewed journals

Leone, Tharcisio (2021). The gender gap in intergenerational mobility: Evidence of educational persistence in Brazil. World Development Perspectives, forthcoming (acceptance date: 12th of November 2020).
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Leone, Tharcisio (2020). The harmful effects of denial: When political polarization meets COVID-19 social distancing. Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies, forthcoming (acceptance date: 16th of October 2020).
[Draft] [DatainBrief] [Presentation]
Leone, Tharcisio (2019). Intergenerational mobility in education: Estimates of the worldwide variation. Journal of Economic Development, 44(4):1-42.
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Other publications

Leone, Tharcisio (2019), The Illusion of Equal Opportunity in the International Education System, GIGA Focus Global, 01/2019, Hamburg: GIGA.

Working papers

COVID-19 sends the bill: Socially disadvantaged workers suffer the severest losses in earnings. No. 018291. The Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, 2020. [Paper under Review].
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The geography of mobility: Evidence of intergenerational educational persistence and the Great Gatsby Curve in Brazil. GIGA Working Paper, No. 318, July 2019, Hamburg: GIGA. [Revise & Resubmit].
[WorkingPaper] [OnlineAppendix] [DatainBrief] [Presentation]

Manuscripts in progress and under review

Does a productivity bonus pay off? The effects of teacher-incentive pay on student achievement in Brazilian schools. [Paper under Review].
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Addressing changes in professional behavior by teacher bonus: A mixed-methods approach. [Paper in Progress]. [ABSTRACT].
Health shocks and educational inequality : Evidence from homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil. (joint with Guido Neidhöfer) [Paper in Progress] [ABSTRACT].
When do words matter : The Effect of political speeches on social distancing. (joint with Jan Priebe) [Paper in Progress] [ABSTRACT].
Coronavirus-Related Hospitalizations and Income Inequality: Is low socioeconomic status a risk factor for COVID-19? (joint with Rafael Mesquita Pereira) [Paper in Progress] [ABSTRACT].

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