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Alvaro Roberto Ramos-Chaves

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First Name:Alvaro
Middle Name:Roberto
Last Name:Ramos-Chaves
RePEc Short-ID:pra767


(50%) Escuela de Economía
Universidad de Costa Rica

San José, Costa Rica

: (506) 2511-3300
(506) 2511-4051
San Pedro de Montes de Oca, San José
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(50%) Banco Central de Costa Rica

San José, Costa Rica

: (506) 243-3333

P.O.Box 1058-1000 San Jose
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Working papers

  1. Kasy, Maximilian & Ramos-Chaves, Alvaro, "undated". "The impact of changing family structures on the income distribution among Costa Rican women 1993-2009," Working Paper 32852, Harvard University OpenScholar.


  1. Maximilian Kasy & Alvaro Ramos-Chaves, 2014. "The Impact of Changing Family Structures on the Income Distribution among Costa Rican Women 1993-2009," Feminist Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 20(2), pages 122-144, April.

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