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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, and Suanes Martinez, Macarena
Fecha: 2017
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).
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Kyriacou, A., L. and O. Roca-Sagalés
Año: 2017
This article analyses the redistributive efficiency of social transfers and direct taxation in a panel of 28 developed economies during the period 1995-2010. In order to explore how redistribution is achieved through these fiscal policies, a two-stage approach is applied. First, we evaluate their redistributive efficiency–the degree of redistribution attained for a given level of transfers and taxes–by using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). We find lower redistributive efficiency in Southern Europe and the United States and higher efficiency levels in the Nordic and Central European countries and Australia. Second, we use panel regression analysis to identify the determinants of efficiency differences and reveal the crucial role of government quality as well as factors affecting the redistributive profile of fiscal policies.
Autor/es: Castro, Pablo, Muinelo, Leonel, Urraburu Bordon, Joana
Año: 2017
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Roca, Oriol
Año: 2017
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Suanes, Macarena
Año: 2017
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Kyriacou, Andreas P.; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2016
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.
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Autor/es: Castro, Pablo, Muinelo, Leonel, Rodríguez Miranda, Adrián
Fecha: 2016
In this paper we explore the bidirectional relationship between intergovernmental transfers and regional income inequalities in Uruguay.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, P. Kyriacou, Andreas; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2015
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.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Kyriacou, Andreas; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2015
In this paper we consider how government quality mediates the relationship between fiscal decentralization and regional disparities. Previous work has argued that fiscal decentralization has the potential to reduce income differences across regions but that this potential may not be realized because of governance problems associated with sub-national authorities. Our empirical evidence based on a sample of 24 OECD countries over the period 1984 to 2006 lends a measure of support to this idea. We find that fiscal decentralization promotes regional convergence in high government quality settings but, worryingly, it leads to wider regional disparities in countries with poor governance.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Rodríguez Miranda, Adrián
Fecha: 2014
En este artículo analizamos el rol mediador de la calidad de gestión de gobierno en la relación entre descentralización fiscal y disparidades regionales. Trabajos previos han argumentado que la descentralización fiscal cuenta con el potencial para reducir los diferenciales de ingresos entre regiones, aunque este efecto puede verse obstaculizado por la existencia de problemas de gobernabilidad asociados a las autoridades a nivel subnacional. Nuestra evidencia empírica basada en una muestra de departamentos (regiones) de Uruguay, durante el período 1990-2010, brinda cierto respaldo a esta idea. Los resultados obtenidos señalan que la descentralización fiscal promociona la convergencia regional, y que este efecto se ve potenciado en marcos que exhiben una mayor calidad de gestión de gobierno.
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Kyriacou, Andreas P. ; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Año: 2014
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Roca–Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2013
This paper analyses the relationship between income inequality and economic growth through fiscal policy. To this end, we present and estimate two systems of structural equations with error components through which gross income inequality determines different fiscal policy outcomes, which subsequently affects the evolution of economic growth and net income inequality. The empirical results, obtained using an unbalanced panel data of 21 high-income OCDE countries during the period 1972–2006, suggest that gross income inequality is a significant determinant of fiscal policy outcomes. Additionally, the results show that distributive expenditures and direct taxes may produce significant reductions in GDP growth and net income inequality reflecting the standard efficiency–equity trade-off associated to certain fiscal policy measures. Finally, the results also indicate that the most adequate fiscal policy strategy in a context of fiscal consolidation is to cut non distributive expenditure, since this could increase GDP growth while reducing income inequality.
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Año: 2013
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel
Año: 2013
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel
Fecha: 2012
Este trabajo analiza la relación entre productividad, innovación e investigación a nivel de empresa utilizando una extensión del modelo estructural de función de producción de Crépon, Duguet y Mairesse (1998). El estudio se realiza para las empresas del sector manufacturero español con base en datos provenientes de la Encuesta sobre innovación tecnológica en las empresas, 2000 y 2004. Los resultados empíricos obtenidos señalan que el financiamiento público, el tamaño empresarial y la participación en los mercados internacionales desempeñan un papel importante en las decisiones de realizar actividades de investigación al interior de las manufactureras españolas. A su vez, aquellas que realizan un mayor esfuerzo en investigación interna es más probable que sean innovadoras de producto y/o proceso. Finalmente, las estimaciones también señalan que la productividad media de estas empresas se correlaciona de forma positiva con la introducción de nuevos productos y/o procesos y la intensidad del capital físico utilizado.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel
Fecha: 2012
La presente investigación utiliza datos de la «Encuesta sobre innovación tecnológica en las empresas» 2000 y 2004, y aplica el modelo estructural de función de producción para analizar los determinantes de los procesos globales de innovación de las empresas manufactureras españolas, y evaluar su impacto sobre medidas de desempeño económico de estas empresas.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Roca–Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2011
This paper examines the impact of different instruments of fiscal policy on economic growth and income inequality. We use an unbalanced panel of 43 upper-middle and high income countries for the period 1972–2006 to assess the incidence of different fiscal policies. The empirical results show that larger current expenditures and direct taxes diminish economic growth and reduce inequality, while increases on public investment reduces inequality without harming output. This suggests that the tradeoff between efficiency and equity facing governments when designing their fiscal policies may be avoided.
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Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel, Roca-Sagalés, Oriol
Fecha: 2011
The relationship between economic growth and income inequality has attracted a great deal of attention in recent years. The growth experience of several countries during the last decades with different behaviors in terms of economic inequalities has generated a growing strand of theoretical and empirical literature trying to explain these events.
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