Guadalupe Bedoya
Guadalupe Bedoya
Economist, The World Bank
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Use of standardised patients to assess quality of healthcare in Nairobi, Kenya: a pilot, cross-sectional study with international comparisons
B Daniels, A Dolinger, G Bedoya, K Rogo, A Goicoechea, J Coarasa, ...
BMJ Global Health 2 (2), e000333, 2017
No Household Left Behind
G Bedoya, A Coville, J Haushofer, M Isaqzadeh, J Shapiro
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2019
Observations of infection prevention and control practices in primary health care, Kenya
G Bedoya, A Dolinger, K Rogo, N Mwaura, F Wafula, J Coarasa, ...
Bulletin of the World health Organization 95 (7), 503, 2017
Applying machine learning and geolocation techniques to social media data (Twitter) to develop a resource for urban planning
S Milusheva, R Marty, G Bedoya, S Williams, E Resor, A Legovini
PloS one 16 (2), e0244317, 2021
Distributional Impact Analysis
G Bedoya, L Bittarello, J Davis, N Mittag
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017
Examining the Quality of Medicines at Kenyan Healthcare Facilities: A Validation of an Alternative Post-Market Surveillance Model That Uses Standardized Patients
F Wafula, A Dolinger, B Daniels, N Mwaura, G Bedoya, K Rogo, ...
Drugs-real world outcomes 4 (1), 53-63, 2017
Are Conditional Cash Transfers Associated with Lower Labor Supply?: Evidence from Mexico's Oportunidades Over the Period 2000-2010
M Bosch, M Stampini, G Bedoya
IDB Technical Note (Social Sector. Labor Markets Unit); IDB-TN-497, 2012
Are conditional cash transfers associated with lower labor supply
M Bosch, M Stampini, G Bedoya
Evidence from Mexico’s Oportunidades over the period 2010, 2000
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