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Wyness, Gillian and Dearden, Lorraine and Fitzsimons, Emla (2014) Money for nothing: Estimating the impact of student aid on participation in higher education. Economics of Education Review, 43. pp. 66-78. ISSN 0272-7757. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Fitzsimons, Emla and Attanasio, Orazio and Augsburg, Britta and de Haas, Ralph and Harmgart, Heike (2014) The impacts of microfinance: Evidence from joint-liability lending in Mongolia. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. (In Press)
Fitzsimons, Emla and Attanasio, Orazio and Fernandez, Camila and Grantham-McGregor, Sally and Rubio-Codina, Marta and Meghir, Costas (2013) Enriching the home environment of low-income families in Colombia: a strategy to promote child development at scale. Early Childhood Matters, Bernard van Leer Foundation.
Fitzsimons, Emla and Malde, Bansi (2013) Empirically probing the quantity–quality model. Journal of Population Economics, 27 (1). pp. 33-68. ISSN 0933-1433. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Abramovsky, Laura and Battistin, Erich and Fitzsimons, Emla and Goodman, Alissa and Simpson, Helen (2011) Providing employers with incentives to train low-skilled workers : evidence from the UK employer training pilots. Journal of Labor Economics, 29 (1). pp. 153-193. ISSN 0734-306X. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Attanasio, O and Fitzsimons, Emla and Gomez, A and Gutiérrez, M I (2010) Child education and work choices in the presence of a conditional cash transfer programme in rural Colombia. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 58 (2). pp. 181-210. ISSN 0013-0079. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Dearden, Lorraine and Fitzsimons, Emla and Goodman, Alissa and Kaplan, Greg (2008) Higher education funding reforms in England : the distributional effects and the shifting balance of costs. Economic Journal, 118 (526). F100-F125. ISSN 0013-0133. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Fitzsimons, Emla and Vera-Hernandez, Marcos (2014) Food for Thought: Breastfeeding and Child Development. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED.
Fitzsimons, Emla and Vera-Hernandez, Marcos (2009) A Practicioner's Guide to Evaluating the Impacts of Labor Market Programs. [Report]