Bruno Martorano
Bruno Martorano
Associate Professor, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance/UNU-MERIT
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Children’s subjective well-being in rich countries
J Bradshaw, B Martorano, L Natali, C de Neubourg
Child Indicators Research 6 (4), 619-635, 2013
What factors drive successful industrialization? Evidence and implications for developing countries
N Haraguchi, B Martorano, M Sanfilippo
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 49, 266-276, 2019
A new fiscal pact, tax policy changes and income inequality: Latin America during the last decade
GA Cornia, JC Gómez-Sabaini, B Martorano
Working paper//World Institute for Development Economics Research, 2011
How to make ‘cash plus’ work: linking cash transfers to services and sectors
K Roelen, S Devereux, AG Abdulai, B Martorano, T Palermo, LP Ragno
UN, 2017
Taxation and Inequality in Developing Countries: Lessons from the Recent Experience of Latin America
B Martorano
Journal of International Development 30 (2), 256-273, 2018
Development policies and income inequality in selected developing regions, 1980–2010
GA Cornia, B Martorano
UNCTAD Discussion Papers, 2012
Chinese development assistance and household welfare in sub-Saharan Africa
B Martorano, L Metzger, M Sanfilippo
World Development 129, 104909, 2020
Child Deprivation, Multidimensional Poverty and Monetary Poverty in Europe
J Bradshaw, L Menchini, Y Chzhen, G Main, B Martorano, C De Neubourg
Innocenti Working Papers, 2012
Relative income poverty among children in rich countries
J Bradshaw, Y Chzhen, C De Neubourg, G Main, B Martorano, L Menchini
UNICEF, Innocenti Working Paper 1, 2012
Innovative features in poverty reduction programmes: an impact evaluation of chile solidario on households and children
B Martorano, M Sanfilippo
Journal of International Development 24 (8), 1030-1041, 2012
Child well-being in advanced economies in the late 2000s
B Martorano, L Natali, C de Neubourg, J Bradshaw
Social Indicators Research, 1-37, 2013
Inequality, power and participation–revisiting the links
J Gaventa, B Martorano
IDS Bulletin 47 (5), 11-30, 2016
Chinese official finance and political participation in Africa
F Iacoella, B Martorano, L Metzger, M Sanfilippo
European Economic Review 136, 103741, 2021
Redistributive preferences and protests in Latin America
P Justino, B Martorano
Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (9), 2128-2154, 2019
COVID‐19 policy responses, mobility, and food prices
S Dietrich, V Giuffrida, B Martorano, G Schmerzeck
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 104 (2), 569-588, 2022
Welfare spending and political conflict in Latin America, 1970–2010
P Justino, B Martorano
World Development 107, 98-110, 2018
The impact of social protection on children: A review of the literature
M Sanfilippo, C De Neubourg, B Martorano
United Nations, 2012
The Impact of Uruguay's 2007 Tax Reform on Equity and Efficiency
B Martorano
Development Policy Review 32 (6), 701-714, 2014
Subjective Well-being, Risk Perceptions and Time Discounting: Evidence from a Large-Scale Cash Transfer Programme
S Handa, B Martorano, C Halpern, A Pettifor, H Thirumurthy
Innocenti Working Paper, 2014
Do pandemics lead to rebellion? Policy responses to COVID-19, inequality, and protests in the USA
F Iacoella, P Justino, B Martorano
WIDER Working Paper Series, 2021
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