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Shwetlena Sabarwal
Shwetlena Sabarwal
Lead Economist, World Bank
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World Development Report 2018: Learning to Realize Education's Promise
DP Filmer, FH Rogers, S Al-Samarrai, MM Bendini, T Beteille, D Evans, ...
The World Bank, 2018
1239*2018
How do female entrepreneurs perform? Evidence from three developing regions
E Bardasi, S Sabarwal, K Terrell
Small Business Economics 37, 417-441, 2011
5852011
World Development Report 2019: The Changing Nature of Work
S Djankov, F Saliola, C Avitabile, RD Chen, DL Connon, AP Cusolito, ...
The World Bank, 2018
510*2018
COVID-19 Pandemic: Shocks to Education and Policy Responses
FH Rogers, S Sabarwal
206*2020
Does gender matter for firm performance? Evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia
S Sabarwal, K Terrell
Evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia (September 1, 2008). World …, 2008
203*2008
Learning-adjusted years of schooling (LAYS): Defining a new macro measure of education
D Filmer, H Rogers, N Angrist, S Sabarwal
Economics of Education Review 77, 101971, 2020
1492020
How do women weather economic shocks? A review of the evidence
S Sabarwal, N Sinha, M Buvinic
A Review of the Evidence (December 1, 2010). World Bank Policy Research …, 2010
139*2010
The permanent input hypothesis: the case of textbooks and (no) student learning in Sierra Leone
S Sabarwal, DK Evans, A Marshak
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2014
113*2014
How to improve education outcomes most efficiently? A comparison of 150 interventions using the new learning-adjusted years of schooling metric
N Angrist, DK Evans, D Filmer, R Glennerster, FH Rogers, S Sabarwal
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
872020
The impact of public-private partnerships on private school performance: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial in Uganda
F Barrera-Osorio, PD Galbert, J Habyarimana, S Sabarwal
Economic Development and Cultural Change 68 (2), 429-469, 2020
852020
Teacher beliefs: Why they matter and what they are
S Sabarwal, M Abu-Jawdeh, R Kapoor
The World Bank Research Observer 37 (1), 73-106, 2022
61*2022
Can you work it? evidence on the productive potential of public works from a youth employment program in Sierra Leone
N Rosas Raffo, S Sabarwal
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2016
46*2016
Collapse and recovery: how the COVID-19 pandemic eroded human capital and what to do about it
N Schady, A Holla, S Sabarwal, J Silva
World Bank Publications, 2023
41*2023
TV-Based Learning in Bangladesh: Is it Reaching Students?
K Biswas, TM Asaduzzaman, DK Evans, S Fehrler, D Ramachandran, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
292020
Adolescence in the Time of COVID-19: Evidence from Bangladesh
S Baird, J Seager, S Sabarwal, S Guglielmi, M Sultan
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
27*2020
The Economic Participation of Adolescent Girls and Young Women: Why Does It Matter?
A Morrison, S Sabarwal
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2008
252008
Building resilient education systems: Evidence from large-scale randomized trials in five countries
N Angrist, M Ainomugisha, SP Bathena, P Bergman, C Crossley, C Cullen, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
162023
Learning in the Time of COVID-19
K Radhakrishnan, N Angrist, P Bergman, C Cullen, M Matsheng, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2021
16*2021
Teacher performance-based incentives and learning inequality
D Filmer, J Habyarimana, S Sabarwal
Journal of Human Resources, 2023
132023
Better than most: Teacher beliefs about effort and ability
S Sabarwal, K Kacker, J Habyarimana
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2018
10*2018
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