Roberto Ramos Magdaleno
am an economist at the Microeconomic Analysis Division of the Banco de España (Bank of Spain).
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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 (accepted).
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.
The Output Effects of Tax Changes: Narrative Evidence from Spain (2017)
(with Paula Gil, Francisco Martí, Richard Morris and Javier J. Pérez).
SERIEs - Journal of the Spanish Economic Association (forthcoming).
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.
Backing the Incumbent in Difficult Times: The Electoral Impact of Wildfires (2018).
(with Carlos Sanz).
Banco de España Working Paper N. 1810.
Growing Like Spain: 1995-2007 (2016)
(with Manuel García-Santana, Enrique 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.