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Maira Emy Reimão
Maira Emy Reimão
Assistant Professor, Villanova University
Verified email at villanova.edu - Homepage
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Migration and resilience during a global crisis
N Barker, CA Davis, P López-Peña, H Mitchell, AM Mobarak, K Naguib, ...
European Economic Review 158, 104524, 2023
60*2023
Gender, ethnicity, and cumulative disadvantage in education outcomes
EO Taş, ME Reimão, MB Orlando
World Development 64, 538-553, 2014
602014
Gender Education Gaps among Indigenous and Non‐Indigenous Groups in Bolivia
ME Reimão, EO Taş
Development and Change 48 (2), 228-262, 2017
182017
Seasonal Poverty and Seasonal Migration in Asia
AM Mobarak, ME Reimão
Asian Development Review 37 (1), 1-42, 2020
172020
Women in Agriculture: The Impact of Male Out-Migration on Women’s Agency, Household Welfare, and Agricultural Productivity
The World Bank, 2015
11*2015
A Snapshot of Gender in Brazil Today: Institutions, outcomes, and a closer look at racial and geographic differences
R Gukovas, M Muller, AC Pereira, ME Reimao
World Bank, 2016
62016
Women's Economic Opportunities in the Formal Private Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Focus on Entrepreneurship
AN Ellis, MB Orlando, AM Muñoz Boudet, C Piras, M Reimao, J Cutura, ...
Inter-American Development Bank, 2010
62010
Do Conditional Cash Transfers reinforce the traditional gendered division of labor?
E Marcillo, C Mullally, ME Reimão, P Useche
Available at SSRN 3995733, 2021
12021
Measuring Female Empowerment in the Context of Unwanted Responsibilities: the case of Guatemalan women with migrant partners
ME Reimao, EO Tas
12017
Women’s associations in Cotopaxi, Ecuador: from rights to agroecological markets
R Borja, T Blare, M Reimão, G Padilla, P Oyarzún
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 1-28, 2024
2024
How do repeated violent shocks affect a country’s agricultural transformation?: The case of Colombia
E Marcillo, MP Useche, M Reimão
2021
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