Roberta Gatti
Roberta Gatti
Chief Economist, Middle East and North Africa, The World Bank
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Decentralization and corruption: evidence across countries
R Fisman, R Gatti
Journal of public economics 83 (3), 325-345, 2002
Are women really the “fairer” sex? Corruption and women in government
D Dollar, R Fisman, R Gatti
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 46 (4), 423-429, 2001
Gender inequality, income, and growth: are good times good for women?
D Dollar, R Gatti
Development Research Group, The World Bank, 1999
Child labor and agricultural shocks
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti
Journal of Development economics 81 (1), 80-96, 2006
Why should we care about child labor?: The education, labor market, and health consequences of child labor
K Beegle, R Dehejia, R Gatti
Journal of Human Resources 44 (4), 871-889, 2009
Independent central banks: low inflation at no cost?
A Alesina, R Gatti
The American Economic Review 85 (2), 196-200, 1995
Decentralization and corruption: Evidence from US federal transfer programs
R Fisman, R Gatti
Public Choice 113 (1), 25-35, 2002
Individual attitudes toward corruption: do social effects matter?
R Gatti, S Paternostro, J Rigolini
Available at SSRN 636542, 2003
Explaining corruption: are open countries less corrupt?
R Gatti
Journal of International Development 16 (6), 851-861, 2004
Does access to credit improve productivity? 
Evidence from Bulgaria1
R Gatti, I Love
Economics of Transition 16 (3), 445-465, 2008
Corruption and trade tariffs, or a case for uniform tariffs
R Gatti
World Bank Publications, 1999
Child labor, crop shocks, and credit constraints
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003
Striving for better jobs: the challenge of informality in the Middle East and North Africa
R Gatti, DF Angel-Urdinola, J Silva, A Bodor
World Bank Publications, 2014
Development, democracy, and mass killings
W Easterly, R Gatti, S Kurlat
Journal of Economic Growth 11, 129-156, 2006
Child labor: the role of financial development and income variability across countries
RH Dehejia, R Gatti
Economic Development and Cultural Change 53 (4), 913-931, 2005
Child labor: the role of income variability and access to credit across countries
RH Dehejia, R Gatti
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002
Child labor, income shocks, and access to credit
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti
Income Shocks, and Access to Credit (June 2003), 2003
Informality among formal firms: firm-level, cross-country evidence on tax compliance and access to credit
R Gatti, M Honorati
World Bank Publications, 2007
The consequences of child labor: evidence from longitudinal data in rural Tanzania
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti, S Krutikova
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2008
Decentralization and corruption: Cross-country and cross-state evidence
R Fisman, R Gatti
Unpublished manuscript. Washington: World Bank, 1999
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