Stephan Litschig
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The impact of intergovernmental transfers on education outcomes and poverty reduction
S Litschig, KM Morrison
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (4), 206-40, 2013
270*2013
Audit risk and rent extraction: Evidence from a randomized evaluation in Brazil
Y Zamboni, S Litschig
Journal of Development Economics 134, 133-149, 2018
115*2018
Are rules-based government programs shielded from special-interest politics? Evidence from revenue-sharing transfers in Brazil
S Litschig
Journal of public Economics 96 (11-12), 1047-1060, 2012
88*2012
Judicial presence and rent extraction
S Litschig, Y Zamboni
40*2008
Distortion by Audit
MP Gerardino, S Litschig, D Pomeranz
33*2020
RDDSGA: Stata module to conduct subgroup analysis for regression discontinuity designs
A Carril, A Cazor Katz, MP Gerardino, S Litschig, D Pomeranz
Boston College Department of Economics, 2017
14*2017
Which tail matters? Inequality and growth in Brazil
S Litschig, M Lombardi
Journal of Economic Growth 24 (2), 155-187, 2019
102019
Adapting the supply of education to the needs of girls: Evidence from a policy experiment in Rural India
M Meller, S Litschig
Journal of Human Resources 51 (3), 760-802, 2016
9*2016
Saving lives evidence from a conditional food supplementation program
M Meller, S Litschig
Journal of Human Resources 49 (4), 1014-1052, 2014
92014
Policy choices in assembly versus representative democracy: Evidence from Swiss communes
P Funk, S Litschig
Journal of Public Economics 182, 104122, 2020
62020
Macroeconomic stabilization properties of the Swiss expenditure rule: an assessment
S Litschig
Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales, 2002
42002
Long-run Impacts of Intergovernmental Transfers
I de Carvalho Filho, S Litschig
Journal of Human Resources, 0917-9064R2, 2020
3*2020
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