Roberto Ramos Magdaleno

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I am an economist at the Microeconomic Analysis Division of the Banco de España (Bank of Spain). 

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The Output Effects of Tax Changes: Narrative Evidence from Spain (2019)
with Paula Gil, Francisco Martí, Richard Morris and Javier J. Pérez).
SERIEs - Journal of the Spanish Economic Association, March 2019, 10(1), pp. 1-23.
[Online Appendix].

Competition and the Welfare Gains from Transportation Infrastructure: Evidence from the Golden Quadrilateral of India (2018)
(with Jose Asturias and Manuel García-Santana).
Journal of the European Economic Association (forthcoming).
[Online Appendix]
This project was awarded a PEDL grant from the CEPR [project page]
It has been awarded the Young Economist Prize at JEI 2015 (Universidad de Alicante).

Agglomeration by Export Destination: Evidence from Spain (2018)
(with Enrique Moral-Benito).
Journal of Economic Geography, May 2018, 18(3), pp. 599-625.
[Working Paper].

Understanding the Public Sector Pay Gap (2017)
(with Maria M. Campos, Domenico Depalo, Evangelia Papapetrou, and Javier J. Pérez).
IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 2017, 6:7.

Distortions and the Size Distribution of Plants: Evidence from Cross-Country Data (2015)
(with Manuel García-Santana).
SERIEs - Journal of the Spanish Economic Association, August 2015, 6(3), pp. 279-312.

Working Papers

Backing the Incumbent in Difficult Times: The Electoral Impact of Wildfires (2018).
(with Carlos Sanz).
Banco de España Working Paper N. 1810. R&R

Growing Like Spain: 1995-2007 (2016)
(with Manuel García-SantanaEnrique Moral-Benito, and Josep Pijoan-Mas).
CEPR Discussion Paper 11144. R&R
[Article in The Economist]
Shortlisted for the 2016 Vanguardia de la Ciencia Award.

Banning US Foreign Bribery: Do US Firms Win? (2012)
CEMFI Working Paper No. 1309.

Do IMF Programs Stabilize the Economy? (2008)
Master's Thesis CEMFI No. 0805.