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- Development Economics
Bevis, Leah and Kira Villa (forthcoming) Intergenerational Transmission of Maternal Health: Evidence from Cebu, the Philippines. Journal of Human Resources
Herrera, Catalina, David E. Sahn, and Kira Villa. (2019). Teen Fertility and Female Employment Outcomes: Evidence from Madagascar. Journal of African Economies. 28(3):277-303
Villa, Kira. (2017) Multidimensional Human Capital Formation in a Developing Country: Health, Cognition, and Locus of Control in the Philippines. Journal of Economics & Human Biology. 27(A): 184-197.
Villa, Kira M., Christopher B. Barrett, and David R. Just, (2011) "Whose Fast and Whose Feast? Intrahousehold Asymmetries in Dietary Diversity Response among East African Pastoralists," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 93 (4): 1062-1081.
Robert P Berrens, Melissa Binder, Kira M. Villa. “Catalyst for a Great Transition? Increased Investments in Early Childhood Education in New Mexico.” White Paper, Department of Economics, University of New Mexico. January, 2019. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330373744_Catalyst_for_a_Great_Transition_Increased_Investments_in_Early_Childhood_Education_in_New_Mexico_1