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Marc Witte
Marc Witte
IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
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Perceptions of an insufficient government response at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with lower mental well-being
T Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, J Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko, ...
343*2020
Do youth employment programs improve labor market outcomes? A quantitative review
J Kluve, S Puerto, D Robalino, JM Romero, F Rother, J Stöterau, ...
World Development 114, 237-253, 2019
3072019
Interventions to improve the labour market outcomes of youth: A systematic review of training, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services and subsidized employment …
J Kluve, S Puerto, D Robalino, JM Romero, F Rother, J Stoeterau, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 13 (1), 1-288, 2017
2082017
Global behaviors, perceptions, and the emergence of social norms at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
L Hensel, M Witte, AS Caria, T Fetzer, S Fiorin, FM Götz, M Gomez, ...
Journal of economic behavior & organization 193, 473-496, 2022
722022
Can mental health treatments help prevent or reduce intimate partner violence in low-and middle-income countries? A systematic review
WA Tol, SM Murray, C Lund, P Bolton, LK Murray, T Davies, J Haushofer, ...
BMC Women's Health 19, 1-15, 2019
642019
The market-reach of pandemics: Evidence from female workers in Ethiopia’s ready-made garment industry
CJ Meyer, M Hardy, M Witte, G Kagy, E Demeke
World Development 137, 105179, 2021
49*2021
Do youth employment programs improve labor market outcomes
J Kluve, S Puerto, D Robalino, JM Romero, F Rother, J Stöterau, M Witte
IZA, DP 10263, 2016
272016
Searching with friends
S Caria, S Franklin, M Witte
Journal of Labor Economics 41 (4), 887-922, 2023
252023
Economic impacts of mental health interventions in low and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
C Lund, K Orkin, M Witte, T Davies, J Haushofer, J Bass, V Patel
Working paper, 2020
152020
Protocol: Interventions to improve labour market outcomes of youth: A systematic review of active labour market programmes
J Kluve, S Puerto, J Stoeterau, F Weidenkaff, M Witte, D Robalino, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 10 (1), 1-109, 2014
132014
The economic effects of mental health interventions in low and middle-income countries
C Lund, K Orkin, M Witte, T Davies, J Haushofer, J Bass, P Bolton, ...
Working paper, 2019
122019
Treating Mental Health Conditions Improves Labor Market and Other Economic Outcomes in Low and Middle-Income Countries
C Lund, K Orkin, M Witte, T Davies, J Walker, J Haushofer, S Murray, ...
University of Oxford, Working Paper, 2022
112022
Formalized employee search and labor demand
L Hensel, T Tekleselassie, M Witte
IZA Discussion Paper, 2022
102022
Do youth employment programs improve labour market outcomes? A systematic review
J Kluve, S Puerto, D Robalino, JM Romero, F Rother, J Stöterau, ...
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016
102016
& Yoeli, E.(2020). Global Behaviors and Perceptions at the Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic (No. w27082)
TR Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, J Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko
National Bureau of Economic Research 10, w27082, 0
6
& Gomez, M.(2020)
T Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, J Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko
Global behaviors and perceptions in the COVID-19 pandemic, 0
5
The impact of firm downsizing on workers: Evidence from Ethiopia’s ready-made garment industry
M Hardy, G Kagy, E Demeke, M Witte, CJ Meyer
World Development 176, 106412, 2024
42024
Why Don’t Small Firms Consolidate? Evidence from an Information Experiment in Ghana
M Hardy, S Kim, A Menzel, M Witte
Working Paper, February, 2023
22023
The Effects of Mental Health Interventions on Labor Market Outcomes in Low-and Middle-Income Countries
C Lund, K Orkin, M Witte, JH Walker, T Davies, J Haushofer, S Murray, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2024
2024
VU Research Portal
S Caria, S Franklin, MJ Witte
Journal of Labor Economics 41 (4), 2023
2023
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