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Lelys Dinarte-Diaz
Lelys Dinarte-Diaz
Economist, Development Research Group - The World Bank
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Executive function in Chilean preschool children: Do short-term memory, working memory, and response inhibition contribute differentially to early academic skills?
MF Montoya, MI Susperreguy, L Dinarte, FJ Morrison, E San Martin, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 46, 187-200, 2019
732019
Neither by Land nor by Sea: The Rise of Electronic Remittances during COVID-19
L Dinarte-Diaz, D Jaume, E Medina-Cortina, H Winkler
World Bank Working Paper Series, 2022
26*2022
Does maternal depression undermine childhood cognitive development? Evidence from the Young Lives Survey in Peru
M Bendini, L Dinarte
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (19), 7248, 2020
242020
Is Investment in Preprimary Education Too Low? Lessons from (Quasi) Experimental Evidence across Countries
A Holla, M Bendini, L Dinarte, I Trako
The World Bank, 2021
19*2021
The fast track to new skills: short-cycle higher education programs in Latin America and the Caribbean
MM Ferreyra, L Dinarte-Díaz, S Urzúa, M Bassi
World Bank Publications, 2021
172021
La vía rápida hacia nuevas competencias: Programas cortos de educación superior en América Latina y el Caribe
MM Ferreyra, LD Diaz, S Urzua, M Bassi
World Bank Publications, 2021
16*2021
Preventing Violence in the Most Violent Contexts: Behavioral and Neurophysiological Evidence
L Dinarte, P Egana-delSol
Policy Research Working Paper Series, 2019
142019
Helping Families Help Themselves Heterogeneous Effects of a Digital Parenting Program
S Amaral, L Dinarte-Diaz, P Dominguez, SM Perez-Vincent
World Bank Working Paper Series, 2021
13*2021
Talk or text? Evaluating response rates by remote survey method during COVID-19
S Amaral, L Dinarte-Diaz, P Dominguez-Rivera, SM Perez-Vincent, ...
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2022
102022
Preventing Violence in the Most Violent Contexts: Behavioral and Neurophysiological Evidence from El Salvador
L Dinarte-Diaz, P Egana-delSol
Journal of the European Economic Association, jvad068, 2023
42023
The Contribution of Short-Cycle Programs to Student Outcomes: Evidence from Colombia
L Dinarte-Diaz, MM Ferreyra, T Melguizo, A Sanchez
CESifo Working Paper, 2023
42023
Rebel Governance and Development: The Persistent Effects of Guerrillas in El Salvador
A Bandiera, L Dinarte-Diaz, J Jimenez, S Rozo, MM Sviatschi
NBER Working Paper Series, 2023
32023
Designing a Character Strengths Development Program for Youth Living in Violent Contexts
B Vasquez, L Dinarte-Diaz
Journal of Youth Development 16 (2-3), 329-343, 2021
32021
Peer Effects on Violence: Experimental Evidence from El Salvador
L Dinarte
Policy Research Working Paper Series, 2020
32020
Violent Discipline and Parental Behavior: Short- and Medium-term Effects of Virtual Parenting Support to Caregivers
L Dinarte-Diaz, S Ravindran, M Shah, S Powers, H Baker-Henningham
NBER Working Paper Series, 2023
2*2023
The Unintended Consequences of Deportations: Evidence from Firm Behavior in El Salvador
A Bandiera, L Dinarte-Diaz, M Sviatschi, SV Rozo, C Schmidt-Padilla, ...
Economic Development and Cultural Change, 2023
22023
What Makes a Program Good? Evidence from Short-Cycle Higher Education Programs in Five Developing Countries
L Dinarte-Diaz, MM Ferreyra, S Urzua, M Bassi
World Development 169 (10255), 2023
12023
Socioemotional Skills Development in Highly Violent Contexts : Measurements and Impacts
L Dinarte-Diaz, P Egana, C Martinez
World Bank Working Paper Series, 2022
1*2022
The Virtual Irie Homes Toolbox: Adaptation and Remote Delivery of an Early Childhood, Violence Prevention, Parenting Program in Jamaica
T Francis, L Dinarte-Diaz, S Powers, H Baker-Henningham
Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 1-20, 2023
2023
Filling the Gaps : Childcare Laws for Women's Economic Empowerment
S Anukriti, L Dinarte-Diaz, M Elefante, M Montoya-Aguirre, A Sakhonchik
World Bank Working Paper Series, 2023
2023
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