Political Economy, Decentralization, Reforms

Decentralization

Reforms

Other Political Economy

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Decentralization

  •  “Decentralization as a Mechanism to Prevent Secession,” Economic Notes (November, 1998). Not available online
  •  “On the Determinants of Fiscal Centralization: Theory and Evidence,” Journal of Public Economics (October, 1999). Download: Published Paper
  •  “On the Determinants of Fiscal Centralization,” DICE Report (March, 2004). Download

 

Reforms

  • “The Future of Structural Reforms.” (with E. Lora) Journal of Democracy (April, 2003). Download: Working Paper (slightly different title and longer than published version) 
  • “Reforms Fatigue: Symptoms, Reasons and Implications” (with E. Lora and M. Quispe) Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Second Quarter 2004). Download: Published Paper
  •  “Why are Latin Americans so Unhappy about Reforms?” (with M. Yañez), Journal of Applied Economics (May, 2005). Download: Working Paper or Published Paper
  •  “The Future of Reforms”(with E. Lora) Latin American Economic Policies, First Quarter, 2002. Inter-American Development Bank. Not available online

 

Other Political Economy

  • “Electoral Rules, Political Systems, and Institutional Quality” Economics and Politics (November, 2001). Download: Published paper
  •  “Political Particularism around the World.” (with A. Gaviria, J. Seddon, and E. Stein) World Bank Economic Review (March, 2003). Download: Working Paper or Published Paper
  •  “Political Institutions and Growth Collapses “ (with A. Gaviria, J. Seddon, and E. Stein). Latin American Journal of Economic Development (April, 2004). Download: Working Paper
  •   “Patterns and Determinants of Political Participation in Latin America,” (with A. Gaviria and J. Seddon). Latin American Journal of Economic Development (October, 2004). Download: Working Paper
  •  Electoral Rules and Corruption,” in Global Corruption Report 2003, Transparency International (January, 2003). Download
  •  “Leggi elettorali e qualità delle istituzioni. Avevamo bisogno di un referendum?” Mimeo, Research Department, Inter-American Development Bank. Not available online