Ana C. Dammert received her Ph.D. in economics from Syracuse University. She joined the Department of Economics and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University as an assistant professor in July 2008. Her research interests are motivated by welfare issues in developing countries. In particular, her recent work is concerned with child labor, schooling, cash transfers, and health.
|Can Mobile Money Induce Entrepreneurial and Financial Behaviors of Members of Village Savings and Loan Associations in Rural Southern Malawi?||Malawi||Impacts of government programs|
|Can discounted withdrawal fees catalyze mobile money usage? Field experimental Evidence from Gambia||Gambia||Gender , Poverty and inequality|
|Stimulating SME performance and recovery in the aftermath of the Ebola crisis: Evidence from a business training intervention in Liberia||Liberia||Gender , Education and training , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|Randomised evaluation of unconditional cash transfer scheme for the elderly in Ekiti State Nigeria||Nigeria||Impacts of government programs|
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