If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? (Albert Einstein)

 

Work in progress
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Work in progress

* Effective Corporate Taxation, Tax Incidence and Tax Reforms: Evidence from OECD Countries

 

Joint with Gaetan Nicodème and Salvador Barrios

 

Preliminary versions:

  2014

Effective Corporate Taxation, Tax Incidence and Tax Reforms: Evidence from OECD Countries

Taxation Paper No. 45, European Commission, DG TAXUD
  2014

Effective Corporate Taxation, Tax Incidence and Tax Reforms: Evidence from OECD Countries

Discussion Paper No. 10198, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
  2014

Effective Corporate Taxation, Tax Incidence and Tax Reforms: Evidence from OECD Countries

Working Paper No. 5017, CESifo
* Determinants of intergenerational family solidarity during the Great Recession: the Spanish case
Joint with María Teresa López López and Viviana González Hincapié
* Nowcasting private consumption: traditional indicators, uncertainty measures, and the role of internet search query data
Joint with María Gil, Javier J. Pérez and Alberto Urtasun
* Forecasting fiscal aggregates in an emerging market economy: the role of macro variables and fiscal plans
Joint with Javier J. Pérez y Engin Yilmaz
* Price discrimination of OTT providers under duopolistic competition and multi-dimensional product differentiation in retail broadband access
Joint with José Marino García-García and Aurelia Valiño Castro

 

Versiones preliminares:

  2016

Price discrimination of OTT providers under duopolistic competition and multi-dimensional product differentiation in retail broadband access

Documento de trabajo No. 1607, Collección A: Economía Pública, Gobernanza y Descentralización, GEN-Uvigo
* How costly are the public sector inefficiencies? An integrated framework for its assessment

 

Joint with Jorge Onrubia Fernández

 

Preliminary versions:

  2014

How costly are the public sector inefficiencies? An integrated framework for its assessment

Working Paper No.14/07, Universidade de Vigo, GEN - Governance and Economics research Network
* Mastering the fiscal crisis: expenditure reform in advanced economies

 

Joint with Sebastian Hauptmeier and Ludger Schuknecht
* Finite sample properties of Parameterized Expectations Algorithm solutions; Is the replication length so determinant?

 

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