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Menezes, Aline Rocha, Rudi. Year of ISER Working Paper Series, Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex. Social Media. Download Links. [setiaband.info]. Save to List; Add to Collection · Correct Errors · Monitor Changes. by Aline Menezes. Author: Souza Menezes, Aline Maria. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Essex. Current Institution: University of Essex. Date of Award.

B.S. Economics (Magna cum laude), Universidade Federal do Ceará, ; M.S. in Economics (distinction), University of Essex, ; Ph.D in Economics. View Aline Menezes' profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Giovann from the University of Essex tells Econ Films why mobsters. November, Aline Maria Souza Menezes References. Prof. Eric Smith (​Advisor), Department of Economics, University of Essex, UK.

Productivity effects of dengue in Brazil · Sonia Bhalotra, Gabriel Facchini, Aline Menezes, et al. ISER Working Paper Series, - 23 May. November, Aline Maria Souza Menezes References. Prof. Eric Smith (​Advisor), Department of Economics, University of Essex, UK. Menezes, Aline Rocha, Rudi. Year of ISER Working Paper Series, Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex. Social Media.






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New media such as the Internet brought about an enormous shift in the availability of political information during elections. Exploiting the timing and geographic variation in the introduction of Internet in Brazil, in the first chapter, I show that municipalities with higher Internet penetration voted more often in candidates who faced legal restrictions for advertising in traditional media.

Electoral systems, in turn, have specific features that, in theory, may allow voters to select better politicians by providing more information about candidates and other voters' preferences. In the second chapter, using the discontinuous allocation of single- and dual-ballot electoral rules across mayoral elections in Brazil, I compare the quality of politicians fielded and elected in these systems.

In general, dual-ballot candidates from major parties are more politically experienced. This experience may be translated into unobserved political skills that are required to deal with the more competitive electoral process, that, by itself, punishes female candidates, to the extent to which women's participation in politics has been historically low. No differences in performance are observed, except in the attraction of discretionary resources by dual-ballot mayors eligible for reelection, but only in election years.

Finally, in the third chapter, I use a quasi-naturally generated group of voters with differential political information and voting motivations to show that politicians extract more rents in municipalities where they know a number of voters is not directly interested in public goods and do not have readily access to local sources of information. Although understanding the role of health in driving labor market outcomes is a matter of great importance, it has proven difficult to isolate this effect due to empirical challenges and a lack of compelling sources of identification.

We obtain causal estimates of the effect of health on income and welfare dependency through two different channels: a negative health shock dengue outbreak and a positive health shock opening of a health-care facility. To do this, we rely on instrumental variables and difference-in-difference methods, as well as on novel datasets. We find that dengue outbreaks lower the average working hours and income. This effect is particularly high for low-income individuals, but conditional cash transfer programs can insulate them from this shock.

On the other hand, the opening of a new health-care facility in a families catchment area rises family per capita income and employment.