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Alfonso Miranda


Correo electrónico: alfonso.miranda@cide.edu


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Health system delay and its effect on clinical stage of breast cancer: A multicenter Study 2014, Cancer , USA , (forthcoming). Coautores: Unger-Saldaña, K., Miranda, A., Zarco-Espinosa, G. (IMSS, México), Mainero-Ratchelous, F. (IMSS, México), Bargalló-Rocha, E. (INCAN, México), Lázaro-León, J.M (HGdM, México)

Heterogeneity in patient-reported outcomes following low-intensity mental health interventions: a multilevel analysis 2014, PLoS ONE , 9 (9). Coautores: Shehzad, A. (University of York), Littlewood, E. (University of York), McMillan, D. (University of York), Delgadillo, J. (Leeds community healthcare NHS Trust), Croudace, T. (University of York), Gilbody, S (University of York)

Missing ordinal covariate with informative selection 2014, Journal of the Royal Statististical Society Series A , 177 (2):319–344. Coautores: Sophia Rabe-Hesketh (Berkeley)

English Deficiency and the Native-Immigrant Wage Gap 2013, Economics Letters , 188(1): 38-41. Coautores: Yu Zhu (Univesity of Kent)

Endogenous treatment effects for count data models with endogenous participation or sample selection 2011, Health Economics , 20 (9):1090-1109. Coautores: Massimiliano Bratti (University of Milan)

Measuring school value added with administrative data: the problem of missing variables 2011, Fiscal Studies , 32} (2):263-278. Coautores: Lorraine Dearden (Univesity of London), Sophia Rabe-Hesketh (Berkeley)

Migrant networks, migrant selection, and high school graduation in México 2011, Research in Labor Economics , 33: 263--306.

Non-pecuniary returns to higher education: the effect on smoking intensity in the UK 2010, Health Economics , 19 (8):906-920. Coautores: Massimiliano Bratti (University of Milan)

Planed fertility and family background: a quantile regression for counts analysis 2008, Journal of Population Economics , 21 (1): 67-81.

Are young cohorts of women delaying first birth in México? 2006, Journal of Population Economics , 19 (1): 55-70.