Dr Christine Valente

Dr Christine Valente

Dr Christine Valente
Reader in Economics

2B13,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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Department of Economics

Personal profile

I completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Sheffield in 2008, and since then I have held academic positions at the University of Nottingham and University of Sheffield, before joining the University of Bristol in October 2012. My main research interests revolve around the formation of human capital (health and education) in developing countries. Examples of my work include micro-econometric analyses of the determinants of early life mortality, and experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations of educational, health, and family planning policies.

Research


Development Economics, Health Economics, Economic Demography




Latest publications

  1. Valente, C, 2019, ‘Primary Education Expansion and Quality of Schooling’. Economics of Education Review.
  2. Miller, G & Valente, CMF, 2016, ‘Population Policy: Abortion and Modern Contraception are Substitutes’. Demography, vol 53., pp. 979-1009
  3. Dickerson, A, McIntosh, S & Valente, C, 2015, ‘Do the maths: An analysis of the gender gap in mathematics in Africa’. Economics of Education Review, vol 46., pp. 1-22
  4. Valente, C, 2015, ‘Civil conflict, gender-specific fetal loss, and selection: A new test of the Trivers-Willard hypothesis’. Journal of Health Economics, vol 39., pp. 31-50
  5. Valente, CMF, 2014, ‘Access to Abortion, Investments in Neonatal Health, and Sex Selection: Evidence from Nepal’. Journal of Development Economics, vol 107., pp. 225-243
  6. Valente, CMF, 2013, ‘Education and Civil Conflict in Nepal’. World Bank Economic Review.
  7. Valente, CMF, 2011, ‘Household Returns to Land Transfers in South Africa: A Q-squared analysis’. Journal of Development Studies, vol 47., pp. 354-375
  8. Bhalotra, SR, Valente, CMF & van Soest, AHO, 2010, ‘The Puzzle of Muslim Advantage in Child Survival in India’. Journal of Health Economics, vol 29., pp. 191 - 204
  9. Bhalotra, S, Valente, CMF & Van Soest, A, 2009, ‘Religion and Childhood Death in India’. in: A Sharif, R Basant (eds) Handbook of Muslims in India. Oxford University Press
  10. Valente, CMF, 2009, ‘The Food (In)Security Impact of Land Redistribution in South Africa: Microeconometric evidence from national data’. World Development, vol 37., pp. 1540-1553

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