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Author/s: Piaggio, Matías ; Román, Carolina ; Padilla, Emilio
Date: 2017
Number: 65
Editorial: Energy Economics
The long-term relationship between carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy use and economic activity level is estimated for Uruguay between 1882 and 2010.
Author/s: Díaz, Gastón
Date: 2017
Number: 21
Editorial: European Review of Economic History, Volume 21, Issue 3, 1 August 2017, Pages 280–301
Railways were an important factor in the expansion of Latin American economies in the late-nineteenth century. Due to their potential impact, governments often promoted railway construction through subsidies. The Uruguayan state offered profit guarantees to foreign railway companies and was able to attract massive investment in the railway sector. This paper asks the question of whether these railway guarantees were efficient, and estimates subsidized and unsubsidized private returns, as well as the social returns, of the Uruguayan railway network from 1869 to 1913
Date: 2017
Number: 11
Editorial: Revista Uruguaya de Historia Económica, Vol VII (11):73-82
La “base de datos sobre la banca en Uruguay, 1929-1966” recoge la información disponible sobre las instituciones bancarias en funcionamiento y sobre los principales rubros del balance del sector para el período comprendido entre 1929 y 1966.
Date: 2017
Number: 11
Editorial: Revista Uruguaya de Historia Económica, VII (11): 43-72
This document analyzes the institutional context of the Controller of Changes towards the beginning of the 1940, when it was consolidated, with the creation of the Controller of Exports and Imports (January, 1941).
Author/s: Muinelo, Leonel; and Suanes Martinez, Macarena
Date: 2017
Editorial: Economics of Innovation and New Technology
This paper analyzes the long-term relationship between R&D, innovations and productivity in 400 Uruguayan manufacturing firms during the period 2001 to 2009 based on a modified version of the structural model of Crepon, Duguet and Mairesse (CDM).
Date: 2017
Editorial: REDES, Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, Vol.28, #2
This article analyzes the networks of organizations implementing territorial social policies in Uruguay. It studies four neighborhoods with a high concentration of poor households and analyzes three types of links reflecting three inter-organizational interactions: project development, information request and infrastructure sharing. Social network analysis methods are applied with a global, groupal, and individual perspective, focusing on the Ministry of Social Development (MIDES).
Author/s: Vigorito, Andrea ; Verónica Amarante, Marco Manacorda y Edward Miguel
Editorial: American Economic Journal: Economic Policy Vol. 8, Issue 2
Using a unique array of program and social security administrative micro-data matched to longitudinal vital statistics in Uruguay, we estimate that participation in a generous social assistance program led to a sizable reduction in the incidence of low birthweight.
Author/s: Arim, Rodrigo ; Amarante Verónica; Yapor Mijail
Date: 2016
Editorial: IZA Journal of Labor & Development, vol 5. num. 13
During the first decade of the twentieth century, the Uruguayan labor market showed a significant decline in wage inequality and in the incidence of labor informality, while similar changes also took place in other Latin American countries. These trends were observed in a period of strong economic dynamism.
Author/s: Muinelo, Leonel; Kyriacou, Andreas P.; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Date: 2016
Editorial: Regional Studies, Volume 50 Issue 4, D.O.I.: 10.1080/00343404.2016.1150992
This article argues that existing empirical work has failed to adequately deal with this possibility. In light of this, it applies a simultaneous equation model which accounts for the joint determination of these three variables, to a sample of 23 OECD countries.
Date: 2016
Editorial: Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics, 219 (4/2016); DOI: 10.7866/HPE-RPE
In this paper we explore the bidirectional relationship between intergovernmental transfers and regional income inequalities in Uruguay.
Author/s: Román, Carolina ; Willebald, Henry ; Brum, Conrado
Date: 2016
Editorial: El Trimestre Económico (January-March 2016), 329
This paper aims at explaining the long-run inflation of Uruguay (1870-2010). A monetary inflation model is used based on the assumption that the long-run inflation results from the equilibrium conditions in the money market.
Date: 2015
Editorial: Ecological Economics, Volume 120, December
We provide experimental evidence on the effects of social disapproval by peers among communities of Uruguayan small-scale fishers exploiting a common pool resource (CPR). The findings indicate that effective peer punishment requires coordination to prevent antisocial targeting and to clarify the social signal conveyed by punishment.
Author/s: Willebald, Henry ; Bertoni, Reto
Date: 2015
Editorial: Australian Economic History Review, DOI: 10.1111/aehr.12092
Settler economies are characterised by abundant natural resources, but these are not homogeneous between countries. There is very little literature about the economic development of settler economies that identifies differences within the club in terms of natural resources. We look for differences in energy endowments in New Zealand and Uruguay considering coal and suitable conditions for hydroelectric generation.
Author/s: Castro, Pablo; Willebald, Henry ; Araujo, Micaela
Date: 2015
Editorial: Revista de Economía, Segunda Época, Vol. 22, Nº 2. Montevideo, Noviembre 2015
The main objective of this paper is to estimate Uruguayan agricultural gross value added (VAB by its Spanish abbreviation) by region in the long run. Estimates of the agricultural VAB by Department (19 administrative units) are presented, covering a century of Uruguayan history, and the main stylized facts that account for the territorial location of agricultural and livestock production in the long run are described.
Author/s: Muinelo, Leonel; P. Kyriacou, Andreas; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Date: 2015
Editorial: Public Choice, Volume 165, Issue 1
The construction sector, whether privately or publicly financed, is characterized by potentially large rents and government intervention making it vulnerable to corruption. Consistent with this, both case-study and survey evidence has been provided highlighting the problem of malfeasance in this sector. In this article, we test the proposition that a bigger construction sector is likely to be inimical to clean government based on a panel of 42 countries over the period 1995–2011.
Date: 2015
Editorial: Historia Agraria, nº 66
The aim of this paper is to identify different distributive patterns in the settler economies (Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand and Uruguay) during the First Globalization (1870-1913). I present the methodology, discuss the results and make conjectures about the long-run inequality.
Date: 2015
Editorial: Nóesis, Vol. 24, nº 48, july-december 2015.
This paper analyzes the recent cooperation of Spanish territories (mainly the Canary Islands and Deputation of Barcelona) with Canelones, Uruguay from 2005 to 2010.
Author/s: Willebald, Henry ; Tena-Junguito, Antonio
Date: 2015
Editorial: Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History / Revista de Historia Económica, 33
In order to understand Uruguay’s long-run economic evolution it becomes crucial to interpret its export performance during the First Globalization. The lack of accuracy of official figures, especially official prices used, calls for anadjustment of Uruguayan export series.
Date: 2015
Editorial: Revista de Economía (Banco Central del Uruguay), vol. 22, nº1
This paper analyses banking regulation in Uruguay during the period of state-led industrialization. The major legislative actions taken in regard to the private banking sector during the period are identified and the motives for these actions are examined.
Date: 2015
Editorial: Revista Uruguaya de Historia Económica, vol. V (7)
The aim of this article is to estimate one of the institutional quality indicators proposed by the literature, the "contract-intensive money” (CIM), for Uruguay during the First Globalization (1870-1913).
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