Martín Cicowiez is a professor at Universidad Nacional de La Plata. He is also a researcher at the Center for Distributional, Labor and Social Studies (CEDLAS) at the same university. He holds a Doctor's degree in Economics from Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
|ASSESSING THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE NIGERIAN RURAL ELECTRIFICATION FUND (REF-1) PROGRAMME USING A GENDER COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL||Nigeria||Gender & women’s empowerment , Fiscal policy|
|A top-down behaviour (TDB) microsimulation toolkit for distributive analysis||Canada||Poverty and Inequality|
|Post-conflict and rural income in Colombia||Colombia||Poverty and Inequality , Agriculture and food security|
|Exchange rate policy in a dollarized economy: Implications on growth and employment in Bolivia||Bolivia||Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade|
|Commodity Booms, Human Capital, and Economic Growth. An Application to Colombia||Colombia||Labour markets and employment , Youth and children|
|POLICY OPTIMIZATION WITH A CGE MODEL||Canada||Poverty and Inequality|
|The impact of climate change on food vulnerability in Guatemala||Guatemala||Poverty and Inequality , Agriculture and food security , Climate change|
|The Impact of Wage Policy on poverty, informality and growth||Bolivia||Poverty and Inequality , Labour markets and employment|
|Trade Liberalisation and Employment Effects in Indian Manufacturing: An Empirical Assessment||India||Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade|
|Dutch Disease, Informality, and Employment Intensity in Colombia||Colombia||Labour markets and employment|
|Effects of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis on the Bolivian Economy: A CGE Approach||Bolivia||Poverty and Inequality , Labour markets and employment , Globalization and trade|
|The impacts of income transfer programs on income distribution and poverty in Brazil: An integrated microsimulation and computable general equilibrium analysis||Brazil||Poverty and Inequality , Fiscal policy , Social protection|
|Poverty Impact of Economic Policies in Argentina: A Dynamic CGE-Microsimulation Analysis||Argentina||Poverty and Inequality , Fiscal policy|
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