Revistas Indexadas

Activity choices of internally displaced persons and returnees: quantitative survey evidence from post-war northern Uganda

  • Bozzoli, C., Brueck, T., and Muhumuza, T.
  • Bulletin of Economic Research
    DOI: 10.1111/boer.12056

Sovereign Default, Enforcement and the Private Cost of Capital

  • Eugenia Andreasen
  • Int. Review of Economics and Finance
    Vol. 39, Pages 411-417

A dominance solvable global game with strategic substitutes

  • Harrison, Rodrigo & Jara-Moroni, Pedro
  • Journal of Mathematical Economics
    Vol. 57(C), p. 1-11

Huth & Co.’s credit strategies: a global merchant-banker’s risk management, c.1810-1850

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña
  • Estudios de Economía, Vol. 42-2 (2015)

The Chilean economy during the 1810s-1830s and its entry into the world economy

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña and Juan Navarrete-Montalvo
  • Bulletin of Latin American Research
    Vol. 35-2

A comparative study of training in the private and public sectors: Evidence from the UK and the USA

  • Mendez, F., and Sepúlveda, F.
  • Contemporary Economic Policy (2015)

Economic security and democratic capital: Why do some democracies survive and others fail?

  • Jeitschko, T. Linz, S., Noguera, J., and Semykina, A.
  • Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
    Vol. 50, Pg. 13-28

A reappraisal of Mapuche textile production and sheep raising during the nineteenth century

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña
  • Historia
    Volume 47-1, pp. 91-111

The real wages and living conditions of construction workers in Santiago de Chile during the later colonial period, 1788-1808

  • Manuel Llorca-Jana and Juan Navarrete-Montalvo
  • Investigaciones de Historia Económica - Economic History Research
    Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 80-90

British merchants in new markets: the case of Wylie and Hancock in Brazil and the River Plate, c.1808-1820

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña
  • Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History
    Volume 44

The impact of ‘early’ nineteenth-century globalization on foreign trade in the Southern Cone: a study of British trade statistics

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña
  • Investigaciones de Historia Económica-Economic History Research
    Volume 10-1

Entrepreneurs shaping globalization in the early nineteenth century: the experience of London merchant-bankers

  • Manuel Llorca-Jaña
  • Business History Review
    Volume 88-2

Optimal government regulations and red tape in an economy with corruption

  • Mendez, F. and Sepúlveda, F.
  • Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics
    Vol. 54, Issue 1, Pp.: 51-77

Oil prices: Breaks and trends

  • Noguera, José
  • Energy Economics vol. 37, pp. 143-168 (2013)

Adverse Shocks and Economic Insecurity: Evidence from Chile and Mexico

  • Espinoza, J., Friedman, J. and Yevenes, C..
  • Review of Income and Wealth (forthcoming) (2013)

Stochastic transit equilibrium

  • C. Cortés, P. Jara-Moroni, E. Moreno, C. Pineda
  • Stochastic transit equilibrium. Transportation Research Part B, DOI: 10.1016/j.trb.2013.02.001 (2013)

Determining public provision of education services in a sequential education process

  • Romero G.
  • The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol. 12, Issue 1, ISSN (Online) 1935-1682, DOI: 10.1515/1935-1682.3079 (2013)

Rationalizability in games with a continuum of players

  • Jara-Moroni P.
  • Games and Economic Behavior, Volume 75, Issue 2, Pages 668-684 (2012)

What circumstances lead a government to promote brain drain?

  • Romero G.
  • Journal of Economics, Vol. 108, Issue 2, 173-202, March 2013. Online: DOI: 10.1007/s00712-012-0272-x (2012)

The cyclicality of skill acquisition: evidence from panel data

  • Mendez F., and Sepúlveda F.
  • American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 4(3): 128–52 (2012)