Publications

"Local labor market effects of public employment", accepted at the Regional Science and Urban Economics (joint with J. Jofre-Monseny and José I. Silva). Latest draft, November 2018: link . Previous version IEB Document de Treball 11/2016: link

"Job Search Activities in Times of Crisis: Evidence for Natives and Immigrants in Spain", The Manchester School, Vol. 86, Issue 2 March 2018, 248–278.

"Immigration and local spending in social services: Evidence from a massive immigration wave", International Tax and Public Finance, Vol. 23, Issue 6, December 2016 , 1004-1029. (joint with J. Jofre-Monseny and P. Sorribas-Navarro).

"The Ins and Outs of Unemployment in a Two-Tier Labor Market", Labour Economics, Vol. 24, October 2013, 161-169. (joint with José I. Silva).

"The ins and outs of unemployment and the assimilation of recent imigrants in Spain", Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 24, Num. 4, 2011, 1309-1330. (joint with José I. Silva).

"Spanish Pension System: Population Aging and Immigration Policy", Hacienda Pública Española - Revista de Economía Pública, Vol. 195, Num. 4, 2010, 37-64.

"Unskilled Migration in a Segmented Labor Markets: The Effects on Welfare", FinanzArchiv, Public Finance Analysis, Vol. 64, Num. 2, 2008, 199-217.

Working papers

"Understanding the Effects of Legalizing Undocumented Immigrants", (joint with Joan Monras and Ferran Elias)

Latest draft, October 2019: link

CEPR Discussion Paper DP 12726, February 2018: link

Previous versions: CREAM Discussion Paper 8/17, October 2017: link IZA Discussion Paper No. 10687, April 2017: link

Media: NADA ES GRATIS link

VOXEU - CEPR link

CATO Institute link

"Employment effects of on-the-job human capital acquisition", (joint with Joaquin Naval and José I. Silva)

Latest draft, May 2019: link

IEB Document de Treball 05/2018: link

"Income Shifting and Tax Avoidance: Evidence from an Uruguayan Tax Reform", (joint with Dirk Foremny and Leonel Muinelo Gallo)

Latest draft, December 2018: link

Work in progress

"Are immigrants a threat or a boon for local labor markets?"