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Gabriel Piña
Gabriel Piña
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Central government strategies to promote local governments’ transparency: Guidance or enforcement?
G Piña, C Avellaneda
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (2), 357-382, 2019
412019
Municipal isomorphism: Testing the effects of vertical and horizontal collaboration
G Piña, CN Avellaneda
Public Management Review 20 (4), 445-468, 2018
232018
Local government effectiveness: assessing the role of administrative capacity
G Piña, CN Avellaneda
Santiago de Chile, Universidad de Chile, 2017
212017
The impact of homeless prevention on residential instability: Evidence from the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program
G Piña, M Pirog
Housing Policy Debate 29 (4), 501-521, 2019
162019
State of babies yearbook: 2019
K Keating, S Daily, P Cole, D Murphey, G Pina, R Ryberg, L Moron, ...
Washington, DC: ZERO TO THREE and Bethesda MD: Child Trends, 2019
112019
Comparing the national outcome measure of healthy and ready to learn with other well-being and school readiness measures
K Paschall, K Anderson Moore, G Pina, S Anderson
Child Trends, 1-19, 2020
102020
An analysis of digital media data to understand parents’ concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic to enhance effective science communication
A Torres, C Kelley, S Kelley, G Piña, I Garcia-Baza, I Griffith
Journal of Creative Communications 16 (2), 168-189, 2021
62021
Being Healthy and Ready to Learn Is Linked with Family and Neighborhood Characteristics for Preschoolers.
KA Moore, K Paschall, G Pina, S Anderson
Child Trends, 2020
52020
Social Genome Model 2.0: Technical Documentation and User's Guide
K Werner, K Blagg, G Acs, S Martin, A McClay, KA Moore, G Piña, V Sacks
Urban Institute, 2021
42021
Being healthy and ready to learn is linked with socioeconomic conditions for preschoolers
G Piña, KA Moore, K Paschall, S Anderson
Rockville: Child Trends.[Google Scholar], 2020
42020
Local government effectiveness: Assessing the role of organizational capacity
G Piña, C Avellaneda
Unpublished research paper, viewed 10, 2020
42020
Return on Investment in the Jeremiah Program
JY Diaz, G Piñá
Saint Paul, MN: Wilder Research, 2013
32013
Value of school readiness per additional at-risk child in Montgomery County, Ohio
G Pina, J Diaz, R Chase
Saint Paul, MN: Wilder Research, 2013
32013
Can local TV news affect parents’ perceptions of parenting and child development research? Evidence from the positive parenting newsfeed project.
A Torres, G Piña, B Southwell, I Garcia-Baza
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 29 (1), 106, 2023
22023
Diverging employment pathways among young adults, Racial and ethnic inequality is a barrier to better earnings
M Ross, G Pina, KA Moore, J Warren, N Bateman
Brookings Institution, 2022
22022
Measuring state-level infant and toddler well-being in the United States: Gaps in data lead to gaps in understanding
R Ryberg, L Wiggins, KA Moore, S Daily, G Piña, A Klin
Child indicators research 15 (3), 1063-1102, 2022
22022
Being Healthy and Ready to Learn is Linked with Preschoolers’ Experiences
K Paschall, KA Moore, G Pina, S Anderson
Child Trends, 2020
22020
Understanding and Quantifying Crossroads Moments: How Context and Decisions Can Affect Economic Mobility and Racial and Ethnic Disparities
G Acs, K Blagg, S Martin, A McClay, KA Moore, G Piña, V Sacks, K Werner
Urban Institute, 2022
12022
Equity and Implementation Performance Trade-Offs in Federal Policies
G Piña
12017
The risk of becoming homeless in hennepin county: A quantitative analysis of the recession’s impact on family homelessness and service use
C Connell, H LaChapelle, M McCullough, G Piña, M Stocking
Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, 2012
12012
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