PUBLICATIONS OF WORKSHOP
Betty Agnani Gambacorta
(Universidad de Granada), Maria-Jose Gutierrez, and
Amaia Iza, “Growth in overlapping
generation economies with non-renewable resources,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management, 50:2, 2005,
387–407, workshop VI.
Rosa Aisa-Rived (Universidad de Zaragoza) and Marcos
Sanso, “Endogenous longevity, biological deterioration and economic
growth,” Journal of Health Economics, 25:3, 2006,
555–578, workshop VIII.
Fernando Alexandre (University of Minho), John Driffill, and Fabio Spagnolo,
“Inflation targeting, exchange rate volatility and international policy
coordination,” Manchester School,
70:4, 2002, 546–569, workshop VI.
Jaime Alonso-Carrera (Universidade
de Vigo), “On learning to forecast in an
endogenous growth model with externalities,” Journal of Economic Dynamics
and Control, 25:8, 2001,
1139–1156, workshop I.
Antonio R. Antunes (Banco de Portugal) and Tiago V. Cavalcanti,
“Start up costs, limited enforcement, and the hidden economy,” European Economic Review, 51:1,
2007, 203–224, workshop VII.
Ilaski Baranano, Amaia Iza (Universidad del País Vasco),
and Jesus Vazquez, “A comparison between the log-linear and the
parameterized expectations methods,” Spanish
Economic Review, 4:1, 2002, 41–60, workshop II.
Binyamin Berdugo and Moshe Hazan (Hebrew University),
“Child labor, fertility, and economic growth,” Economic Journal, 112:482, 2002,
810–828, workshop VI.
M. Javier Bianchi (University of Maryland), “Overborrowing and Sustematic
Externalities in the Business Cycle,” American
Economic Review 101, 2011, 3400-3426, workshop XIV.
Teodora Borota (European University Institute), “Innovation and Imitation in a
Model of North-South Trade,” Journal
of International Economics 87, 2012, 365-376, workshop XII.
Maite Blazquez Cuesta (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and
Marcel Jansen, “Search, mismatch and unemployment,” European Economic Review,
52:3, 2008, 498–526,
Québec en Outaouais), “Self-enforcing labour contracts and macroeconomic dynamics,” International Advances in Economic
Research, 13:2, 2007, 200–213, workshop V.
Eva Carceles-Poveda (SUNY-Stony Brook),”Idiosyncratic shocks
and asset returns in the real business-cycle model: an approximate
analytical approach,” Macroeconomic
Dynamics, 9:3, 2005, 295–320, workshop VI.
Ricardo Cavalcanti and Andres Erosa
(University of Toronto), “A theory of capital gains taxation and business turnover,” Economic
Theory, 32:3, 2007, 477–496, workshop II.
(University of Adelaide), “Public investment, stabilization and growth,” in
J.O. Hairajlt, P.Y. Hénin,
and F. Portier, eds., Business cycles and macroeconomic stability: Should we rebuild built-in stabilizers? Kluwer, 1997, 79–105, workshop I.
J. Ignacio Conde-Ruiz (FEDEA)
and Vincenzo Galasso, “Early retirement,” Review of Economic Dynamics, 6:1,
2003, 12–36, workshop IV.
J. Ignacio Conde-Ruiz (FEDEA)
and Vincenzo Galasso, “The macroeconomics of
early retirement,” Journal of Public
Economics, 88:9–10, 2004, 1849–1869, workshop IV.
Conesa, Juan Carlos and Carlos
Garriga (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), “Reforma del sistema de
seguridad social y adquisicion de formacion” (with English summary), Investigaciones Economicas, 24:2, 2000, 271–295, workshop II.
Rahul Giri (University of Southern California), "Local costs of
distribution, international trade costs and micro evidence on the law of
one price," Journal of
International Economics 86 2012, 82-100, workshop XII.
and Marco Maffezzoli (Universita Commerciale L. Bocconi), “Can comparative advantage explain the growth
of U.S. trade?” Economic Journal,
117:520, 2007, 583–602, workshop VIII.
Jose Maria Da Rocha (Universidade
de Vigo) and Luisa Fuster,
“Why are fertility rates and female employment ratios positively correlated
across O.E.C.D. countries?” International
47:4, 2006, 1187–1222, workshop V.
Diaz and Maria Jose Luengo-Prado (Northeastern
University), “On the user cost and
homeownership,” Review of Economic
Dynamics, 11:3, 2008, 584–613, workshop VIII.
Antonia Diaz, Victor Rios-Rull, and Josep Pijoan-Mas (CEMFI), “Precautionary savings and
wealth distribution under habit formation preferences,” Journal
of Monetary Economics, 50:6, 2003, 1257–1291, workshop V.
Nicolas Dromel (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne)
and Patrick Pintus, “Are progressive income taxes
stabilizing?” Journal of Public Economic Theory, 10:3, 2008, 329–349, workshop XI.
Alain Durre (Université Catholique
de Lille), “Stock prices, exchange rates, and monetary
policy,” in Essays on the internaction between monetary policy and financial
markets, A. Durre, Presses Universtaires de Louvain, 2003, 13–50, workshop
Gabriel Felbermayr (University
of Stuttgart-Hohenheim) and Omar Licandro, “The underestimated
virtues of the two-sector AK model,” B.E.
Journals in Macroeconomics: Contributions to Macroeconomics, 5:1,
2005, 1–17, workshop VII.
Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba (Universidad de Salamanca) and Timothy J.
Kehoe, “Capital flows and real exchange rate fluctuations following Spain’s
entry into the European Community,” Journal
of International Economics,
51:1, 2000, 49–78, workshop III.
Dolores Ferrero Martinez (Universidade
de Vigo) and Amaia Iza, “Skill premium effects on fertility and female labor force supply,” Journal of Population Economics, 17:1, 2004, 1–16,
April Franco (University of Toronto) and Darren Filson, “Spin-outs: knowledge diffusion through
employee mobility,” Rand Journal of Economics,
37:4, 2006, 841–860, workshop IV.
M.J. Freire-Seren (Universidade de Vigo)
“Human capital accumulation and economic growth,” Investigaciones Economicas,
25:3, 2001, 585–602, workshop I.
Luisa Fuster (University of Toronto), Ayse Imrohoroglu, and Selo Imrohoroglu, “A welfare
analysis of social security in a dynastic framework,” International Economic Review, 44:4, 2003, 1247–1274,
Garriga (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), “Un analisis de equilibrio general de dos propuestas de reforma
de la seguridad social” (with English summary), Investigaciones
Economicas, 29:1, 2005, 117–148, workshop III.
Mariassunta Giannetti (Stockholm School of Economics), “Bank-firm relationships and
contagious banking crises,” Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking,
35:2, 2003, 239–261,
Arantza Gorostiaga (Universidad del Pais
Vasco), “Should fiscal policy be different in a non-competitive framework?
Journal of Monetary Economics, 50:6, 2003, 1311–1331,
Pedro J. Gutierrez (Universidad de Valladolid), “Hedging
against risk and the substitution of consumer issued assets by producer
issued assets: the role of state specialization of production processes,” Global Business and Economics Review, 3:2, 2001, 212–232,
and Javier J. Perez (Banco de Espana),
“Identifying endogenous fiscal policy rules for macroeconomic models,” Journal of Policy Modeling,
26:8–9, 2004, 1073–1089, workshop III.
Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana (Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid), “Endogenous capital market imperfections,
human capital, and intergenerational mobility,” Journal of Development Economics, forthcoming, workshop VII.
Thomas Hintermaier (Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna) and Thomas Steinberger,
“Occupational choice and the private equity premium puzzle,” Journal
of Economic Dynamics and Control, 29:10, 2005, 1765–1783, workshop
Belen Jerez (Universidad
Carlos III de Madrid) and Miquel Faig, “A theory of commerce,” Journal of Economic Theory, 122:1, 2005, 60–99, workshop
Karsten Jeske (Mellon Capital Management), “Private
international debt with risk of repudiation,” Journal of Political Economy, 114:3, 2006,
576–593, workshop IV.
Karame, Lise Patureau (Université de Cergy-Pontoise) and Thepthida Sopraseuth, “Limited participation and exchange rate
dynamics: does theory meet the data?” Journal
of Economic Dynamics and Control, 32:4, 2008,
1041–1087, workshop VII.
Gemma Larramona Ballarín (Universidad de Zaragoza), “Migration dynamics, growth and
convergence,” Journal of Economic Dynamics
and Control, 30:11, 2006, 2261–2279, workshop X.
and Luis A. Puch
(Universidad Complutense de Madrid and
FEDEA), “Capital utilization, maintenance costs and the business cycle,” Annales d’Economie et
58, 2000, 143–164, workshop I.
Claudio Michelacci (CEMFI), “Cross-sectional heterogeneity and the persistence of
aggregate fluctuations,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 51:7, 2004, 1321–1352, workshop III.
Claudio Michelacci (CEMFI) and Javier Suarez, “Business creation and the stock
market,” Review of Economic Studies, 71:2, 2004, 459–481, workshop III.
Matthew Mitchell (University of Toronto), “Technological
change and the scale of production,” Review
of Economic Dynamics, 5:2, 2002, 477–488, workshop III.
Krisztina Molnar (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration),
“Learning with expert advice,” Journal
of the European Economic Association, 5:2–3, 2007,
420–432, workshop XI.
Jose Mauricio Prado (IIES, Stockholm University), “Government
Policy in the Formal and Informal Sectors,” European Economic Review 55, 2011, 1120-1136, workshop XIII.
Agustin Perez-Barahona (Université
Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Benteng Zou, “A comparative
study of energy saving technical progress in a vintage capital model,” Resource and Energy Economics, 28:2,
2006, 181–191, workshop IX.
Josep Pijoan-Mas (CEMFI), “Precautionary savings or working longer hours?” Review of Economic Dynamics, 9:2, 2006, 326–352, workshop VIII
and Luis A. Puch
(Universidad Complutense de Madrid and FEDEA),
“The welfare cost of business cycles in an economy with nonclearing
markets,” B.E. Journals in
Macroeconomics: Topics in Macroeconomics, 6:3, 2006, 1–14,
Juan A. Rojas and Carlos Urrutia (ITAM), “Social security reform with uninsurable income risk and
endogenous borrowing constraints,” Review of Economic Dynamics, 11:1, 2008,
83–103, workshop IV.
Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr (European
University Institute), “Heterogenous Firms,
‘Profit Schifting’ FDI and International Tax
Competition,” Journal of Public
Economics 95, 2011, 122-133, workshop XIV.
Jose Ignacio Silva Becerra (Universitat Jaume
I de Castello) and Manuel E. Toledo, “Labor turnover costs and the behavior
of vacancies and unemployment," Macroeconomics
Dynamics, forthcoming, workshop X.
Thepthida Sopraseuth (Université du Maine), “Exchange rate
regimes and international business cycles,” Review of Economic Dynamics, 6:2, 2003, 339–361, workshop
Tommy Sveen and Lutz Weinke (Duke
University), “Lumpy investment, sticky prices, and the monetary
transmission mechanism,” Journal of
Monetary Economics, 54, supp., 2007, S23–36, workshop IX.
Maria J. Ribeiro Thompson (Universidade do Minho),
“Complementarities and costly investment in a growth model,” Journal of Economics, 94:3, 2008, 231–240, workshop X.