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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2009 Savings for unemployment in good or bad times: options for developing countriesRobalino, David A.; Vodopivec, Milan; Bodor, András
2011 Incentive effects of risk pooling, redistributive and savings arrangements in unemployment benefit systems: Evidence from a job-search model for BrazilRobalino, David A.; Zylberstajn, Eduardo; Robalino, Juan David
2012 Unemployment insurance, job search and informal employmentMargolis, David N.; Navarro, Lucas; Robalino, David A.
2013 Social Insurance, Informality and Labor Markets: How to Protect Workers While Creating Good JobsPagés, Carmen; Rigolini, Jamele; Robalino, David A.
2013 Designing and implementing unemployment benefit systems in middle and low income countries: beyond risk-pooling vs savingsRobalino, David A.; Weber, Michael
2014 Designing unemployment benefits in developing countriesRobalino, David A.
2015 Entering and Leaving Self-Employment: A Panel Data Analysis for 12 Developing CountriesCho, Yoon Y.; Robalino, David A.; Romero, Jose M.
2016 How to Help the Poor to Save a Bit: Evidence from a Field Experiment in KenyaAkbas, Merve; Ariely, Dan; Robalino, David A.; Weber, Michael
2016 Do Youth Employment Programs Improve Labor Market Outcomes? A Systematic ReviewKluve, Jochen; Puerto, Olga Susana; Robalino, David A.; Romero, Jose M.; Rother, Friederike; Stöterau, Jonathan; Weidenkaff, Felix; Witte, Marc
2019 The Jobs That Youth Want and the Support They Need to Get Them: Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment in KenyaElzir Assy, Angela; Ribeiro, Tiago; Robalino, David A.; Rosati, Furio C.; Sanchez Puerta, Maria Laura; Weber, Michael
2020 The COVID-19 Conundrum in the Developing World: Protecting Lives or Protecting Jobs?Robalino, David A.
2020 Integrating Social Insurance and Social Assistance Programs for the Future World of LaborPalacios, Robert; Robalino, David A.
2020 Allocating Subsidies for Private Investments to Maximize Jobs ImpactsRobalino, David A.; Romero, Jose M.; Walker, Ian