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The contribution of us bond demand to the us bond yield conundrum of 2004 to 2007: an empirical investigation
(Universidad EAFIT, 2011-12-12)
The contribution of wealth concentration to the subprime crisis: a quantitative estimation.
(Universidad EAFIT, 2011-11-16)
Tasa de cambio real y recomposición sectorial en Colombia
(Universidad EAFIT, 2013-08-08)
A case for redistribution? Income inequality and wealth concentration in the recent crisis
(Universidad EAFIT, 2014-08-01)
Several Nobel laureates economists have called for redistributive policies. This paper shows that there is a strong case for redistributive policies because the global increase of income inequality and wealth concentration ...
Class or location? What explains the rising tide of absolute global income inequality during 1850-2010?
(Universidad EAFIT, 2015-03-01)
This paper is the first to decompose absolute global income inequality into its within-country class and between-country location components. The estimates show that until 1970 locational income differences were the ...
Overvaluation of the real exchange rate and the Dutch Disease: the Colombian case.
(Universidad EAFIT, 2013-11-12)
Global trends in relative and absolute wealth concentrations
(Universidad EAFIT, 2014-01-21)
Absolute Income Inequality and Rising House Prices
(Universidad EAFIT, 2016-12-01)
Income inequality and house prices have risen sharply in developed countries during the last three decades. We argue that this co-movement is no coincidence but that inequality has driven up house prices on the grounds ...
Natural resource-seeking FDI inflows and current account deficits in commodity-producing developing economies
(Universidad EAFIT, 2017-01-24)
Natural resource-seeking foreign direct investment (FDI) rose substantially during the last two decades as global commodity prices soared. This type of FDI typically is expected to improve the current accounts of recipient ...
Absolute Inequality and Violent Property Crime
(Universidad EAFIT, 2016-08-22)
Rational choice models argue that income inequality leads to a higher expected utility of crime and thus generates incentives to engage in illegal activities. Yet, the results of empirical studies do not provide strong ...