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Catalina Herrera Almanza

Assistant Professor

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Assistant Professor, Women & Gender in Global Perspectives
Assistant Professor, Center for Global Studies
Assistant Professor, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Assistant Professor, Center for African Studies

Recent Publications

Herrera-Almanza, C., Marquez-Padilla, F., & Prina, S. (2024). C-Sections, Obesity, and Healthcare Specialization: Evidence from Mexico. World Bank Economic Review, 38(1), 139-160.

Chimbutane, F., Herrera-Almanza, C., Karachiwalla, N., Lauchande, C., & Leight, J. (2023). COVID-19 school closures and mental health of adolescent students: Evidence from rural Mozambique. SSM - Mental Health, 3, Article 100203.

Herrera-Almanza, C., & Rosales-Rueda, M. F. (2023). Community-based health programs and child vaccinations: Evidence from Madagascar. World Development, 170, Article 106322.

Agüero, J. M., Herrera-Almanza, C., & Villa, K. (2022). Do human capital investments mediate the intergenerational transmission of domestic violence? SSM - Population Health, 17, Article 100985.

Herrera-almanza, C., & Cas, A. (2021). Mitigation of Long-Term Human Capital Losses from Natural Disasters: Evidence from the Philippines. World Bank Economic Review, 35(2), 436-460. Article lhaa001.

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