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Rachel Heath
Rachel Heath
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Washington
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Manufacturing growth and the lives of Bangladeshi women
R Heath, AM Mobarak
Journal of development Economics 115, 1-15, 2015
551*2015
Women’s access to labor market opportunities, control of household resources, and domestic violence: Evidence from Bangladesh
R Heath
World Development 57, 32-46, 2014
379*2014
The causes and consequences of increased female education and labor force participation in developing countries
R Heath, S Jayachandran
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
2862016
The causal effect of maternal age at marriage on child wellbeing: Evidence from India
AV Chari, R Heath, A Maertens, F Fatima
Journal of Development Economics 127, 42-55, 2017
2052017
Why do firms hire using referrals? Evidence from Bangladeshi garment factories
R Heath
Journal of Political Economy 126 (4), 1691-1746, 2018
1992018
Intrahousehold bargaining, female autonomy, and labor supply: Theory and evidence from India
R Heath, X Tan
Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (4), 1928-1968, 2020
1692020
Cash transfers, polygamy, and intimate partner violence: Experimental evidence from Mali
R Heath, M Hidrobo, S Roy
Journal of Development Economics 143, 102410, 2020
1432020
Fertility at work: Children and women's labor market outcomes in urban Ghana
R Heath
Journal of Development Economics 126, 190-214, 2017
622017
Bridging the gender gap: identifying what is holding self-employed women back in Ghana, Rwanda, Tanzania, and the Republic of Congo
E Nix, E Gamberoni, R Heath
The World Bank Economic Review 30 (3), 501-521, 2016
57*2016
Women empowerment programs and intimate partner violence
M Angelucci, R Heath
AEA Papers and Proceedings 110, 610-614, 2020
402020
The effects of international scrutiny on manufacturing workers: Evidence from the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh
L Bossavie, Y Cho, R Heath
Journal of Development Economics 163, 103107, 2023
362023
Measuring Employment: Experimental Evidence from Urban Ghana
R Heath, G Mansuri, B Rijkers, W Seitz, D Sharma
The World Bank Economic Review 35 (3), 635-651, 2021
31*2021
Worth fighting for: daughters improve their mothers' autonomy in South Asia
R Heath, X Tan
Journal of Development Economics 135, 255-271, 2018
292018
Migrants, information, and working conditions in Bangladeshi garment factories
L Boudreau, R Heath, T McCormick
Columbia Business School. https://www8. gsb. columbia. edu/researcharchive …, 2021
192021
Why do firms hire using referrals? evidence from bangladeshi garment factories
R Heath
Yale University, 2016
152016
Estimating spillovers using imprecisely measured networks
M Hardy, RM Heath, W Lee, TH McCormick
arXiv preprint arXiv:1904.00136, 2019
142019
Monitoring harassment in organizations
LE Boudreau, S Chassang, A Gonzalez-Torres, R Heath, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
132023
Labor supply responses to health shocks: Evidence from high-frequency labor market data from urban Ghana
R Heath, G Mansuri, B Rijkers
Journal of Human Resources 57 (1), 143-177, 2022
12*2022
Language, culture and markets in further education=:(Iaith, diwylliant a marchnadoedd addysg bellach)
R Heath
University of Wales, Cardiff,, 2001
102001
Evidence of digital financial services impacting women’s economic empowerment
S Garz, R Heath, E Kipchumba, M Sulaiman
WEE-DiFine White Paper, 2020
82020
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