Ezequiel Molina
Ezequiel Molina
Economist at the Education Global Practice, World Bank
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Enrollment without learning: Teacher effort, knowledge, and skill in primary schools in Africa
T Bold, D Filmer, G Martin, E Molina, B Stacy, C Rockmore, J Svensson, ...
Journal of Economic Perspectives 31 (4), 185-204, 2017
203*2017
Open Government and Targeted Transparency: Trends and Challenges for Latin America and the Caribbean
MR Hung, S Elena, E Casadei, TA Camargo, E Molina, ÁVR Alujas, ...
Inter-American Development Bank, 2012
61*2012
Income polarization in Latin America: Patterns and links with institutions and conflict
L Gasparini, M Horenstein, E Molina, S Olivieri
Oxford Development Studies 36 (4), 461-484, 2008
452008
Community monitoring interventions to curb corruption and increase access and quality of service delivery in low‐and middle‐income countries: a systematic review
E Molina, L Carella, A Pacheco, G Cruces, L Gasparini
Campbell Systematic Reviews 12 (1), 1-204, 2016
332016
Income distribution, institutions and conflicts: An exploratory analysis for Latin America and the Caribbean
L Gasparini, E Molina
Documento de Trabajo, 2006
302006
Community monitoring interventions to curb corruption and increase access and quality in service delivery: a systematic review
E Molina, L Carella, A Pacheco, G Cruces, L Gasparini
Journal of Development Effectiveness 9 (4), 462-499, 2017
242017
Outcomes, opportunity and development: why unequal opportunities and not outcomes hinder economic development
E Molina, A Narayan, J Saavedra-Chanduvi
World Bank Policy Research working paper, 2013
232013
The Lost Human Capital: Teacher Knowledge and Student Learning in Africa
T Bold, E Molina, D Filmer, J Svensson
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12956, 2018
22*2018
Three principles to support teacher effectiveness during COVID-19
T Beteille, E Ding, E Molina, A Pushparatnam, T Wilichowski
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
182020
The impact of strengthening agricultural extension services on women farmers: Evidence from Ethiopia
N Buehren, M Goldstein, E Molina, J Vaillant
Agricultural Economics 50 (4), 407-419, 2019
172019
What goes on inside the classroom in Africa? Assessing the relationship between what teachers know, what happened in the classroom, and student performance
D Filmer, E Molina, B Stacy
Paper for the Service Delivery Indicators initiative, World Bank, Washington, DC, 2015
152015
Can Bottom-Up Institutional Reform Improve Service Delivery?
E Molina
IDB Working Paper No. IDB-WP-513, 2014
15*2014
Measuring the quality of teaching practices in primary schools: assessing the validity of the Teach observation tool in Punjab, Pakistan
E Molina, SF Fatima, AD Ho, C Melo, TM Wilichowski, A Pushparatnam
Teaching and Teacher Education 96, 103171, 2020
14*2020
Clientelism in the Public Sector
T Bold, E Molina, A Safir
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017
122017
Polarización económica, instituciones y conflictos
L Gasparini, M Horestein, E Molina, S Olivieri
Dinámicas de la cohesión social latinoamericana, PNUD-CIEPLAN, Chile, 2008
122008
The impact of strengthening agricultural extension services: evidence from Ethiopia
N Buehren, M Goldstein, E Molina, J Vaillant
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2017
102017
The real bottom line: Benchmarking performance in poverty reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean
JL Newman, JP Azevedo, J Saavedra, E Molina
72008
Education service delivery in Mozambique
E Molina, G Martin
World Bank, October, 2015
62015
Essays on the political economy of service delivery
E Molina
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2013
62013
World development report 2017: Governance and the law
LF Lopez-Calva, Y Zhou, E Al-Dahdah, DJ Bulman, DH Isser, M Larizza, ...
The World Bank, 2017
52017
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