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2011 Life (dis)satisfaction and decision to migrate: Evidence from central and Eastern EuropeOtrachshenko, Vladimir; Popova, Olga
2016 Suffer for the faith? Parental religiosity and children's healthPopova, Olga
2017 Does religiosity explain economic outcomes?Popova, Olga
2017 Sometimes Your Best Just Ain't Good Enough: The Worldwide Evidence on Well-Being EfficiencyNikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga
2019 Natural resources and income inequality in developed countries: Synthetic control method evidenceHartwell, Christopher; Horváth, Roman; Horvathova, Eva; Popova, Olga
2019 Stalin and the Origins of MistrustNikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga; Otrachshenko, Vladimir
2019 Former Communist Party Membership and Present-Day Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern EuropeIvlevs, Artjoms; Nikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga
2019 Stalin and the origins of mistrustNikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga; Otrachshenko, Vladimir
2019 Extreme Temperature and Extreme Violence across Age and Gender: Evidence from RussiaPopova, Olga; Otrachshenko, Vladimir; Tavares, José
2019 Former Communist party membership and present-day entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern EuropeIvlevs, Artjoms; Nikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga
2019 Can bribery buy health? Evidence from post-communist countriesMavisakalyan, Astghik; Otrachshenko, Vladimir; Popova, Olga
2019 Former communist party membership and present-day entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern EuropeIvlevs, Artjoms; Nikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga
2020 The Perceived Well-Being and Health Costs of Exiting Self-EmploymentNikolova, Milena; Nikolaev, Boris; Popova, Olga
2020 The perceived well-being and health costs of exiting self-employmentNikolova, Milena; Nikolaev, Boris N.; Popova, Olga
2020 The Perceived Well-being and Health Costs of Exiting Self-EmploymentNikolova, Milena; Nikolaev, Boris; Popova, Olga
2020 Sometimes your best just ain't good enough: The worldwide evidence on subjective well-being efficiencyNikolova, Milena; Popova, Olga