Taryn Dinkelman
Taryn Dinkelman
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame
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The effects of rural electrification on employment: New evidence from South Africa
T Dinkelman
American Economic Review 101 (7), 3078-3108, 2011
Evidence on the impact of minimum wage laws in an informal sector: Domestic workers in South Africa
T Dinkelman, V Ranchhod
Journal of Development Economics 99 (1), 27-45, 2012
Investing in schooling in Chile: The role of information about financial aid for higher education
T Dinkelman, C Martínez A
Review of Economics and Statistics 96 (2), 244-257, 2014
Why are fewer married women joining the work force in rural India? A decomposition analysis over two decades
F Afridi, T Dinkelman, K Mahajan
Journal of Population Economics 31, 783-818, 2018
Long‐run health repercussions of drought shocks: evidence from South African homelands
T Dinkelman
The Economic Journal 127 (604), 1906-1939, 2017
Household and community income, economic shocks and risky sexual behavior of young adults: evidence from the Cape Area Panel Study 2002 and 2005
T Dinkelman, D Lam, M Leibbrandt
AIDS (London, England) 21 (Suppl 7), S49, 2007
Linking poverty and income shocks to risky sexual behaviour: evidence from a panel study of young adults in Cape Town
T Dinkelman, D Lam, M Leibbrandt
South African Journal of Economics 76, S52-S74, 2008
The long-run effects of labor migration on human capital formation in communities of origin*
T Dinkelman, M Mariotti
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2016
Reducing parent-school information gaps and improving education outcomes: Evidence from high frequency text messaging in Chile
S Berlinski, M Busso, T Dinkelman, C Martinez
Unpublished manuscript, 2016
Individual, household and regional determinants of labour force attachment in South Africa: Evidence from the 1997 October Household Survey
T Dinkelman, F Pirouz
South African Journal of Economics 70 (5), 865-891, 2002
The effects of financial aid and returns information in selective and less selective schools: Experimental evidence from Chile
M Busso, T Dinkelman, AC Martínez, D Romero
Labour Economics 45, 79-91, 2017
How Household Context affects Search Outcomes of the Unemployed in Kwazulu‐Natal, South Africa: A Panel Data Analysis
T Dinkelman
South African Journal of Economics 72 (3), 484-521, 2004
When knowledge is not enough: HIV/AIDS information and risky behavior in Botswana
JA Levinsohn, T Dinkelman, R Majelantle
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
Time use and gender in Africa in times of structural transformation
T Dinkelman, LR Ngai
Journal of Economic Perspectives 36 (1), 57-80, 2022
Migration, congestion externalities, and the evaluation of spatial investments
T Dinkelman, S Schulhofer-Wohl
Journal of Development Economics 114, 189-202, 2015
Labour market transitions in South Africa: what can we learn from matched labour force survey data?
V Ranchhod, T Dinkelman
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2007
New cellular networks in Malawi: Correlates of service rollout and network performance
D Batzilis, T Dinkelman, E Oster, R Thornton, D Zanera
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
Reducing parent-school information gaps and improving education outcomes: Evidence from high-frequency text messages
S Berlinski, M Busso, T Dinkelman, C Martínez
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Labor migration and the Structure of Rural Labor Markets
T Dinkelman, G Kumchulesi, M Mariotti
Unpublished manuscript, Department of Economics, Dartmouth College, Hanover …, 2015
The empirical evidence on the location determinants of FDI and South Africa's industrial development strategy
JS Taryn Dinkelman
Transformation, 2000
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