References to my Work
Hausmann, R., Pietrobelli, C., and Santos, M.A. " Place-specific Determinants of Income Development Gaps: New Sub-National Evidence from Mexico. "
Journal of Business Research Volume 131, July 2021, Pages 782-792
CID Faculty Working Paper No. 343. July 2018. Revised February 2020
Bahar, D., Molina, C., and Santos, M.A. "Fool’s Gold: On the Impact of Venezuelan Devaluations in Multinational Stock Prices."
Economia LACEA Fall 2018 Issue. Vol. 19 no. 1, 2018, pp. 93-128.
Havard Center for International, CID Research Fellow & Graduate student Working Paper. 83, December 2020
Bahar, D., and Santos, M.A. "One more resource curse: Dutch disease and export concentration."
Journal of Development Economics, Volume 132, Feb 2018, Pages 102–114
Working Paper version available at Harvard Center for International Development, CID Research Fellow & Graduate Student Working Paper No. 68, Revised December 2017
Santos, M.A. “The Right Fit for the Wrong Reasons: Real Business Cycle in an Oil-Dependent Economy”.
Latin American Journal of Economics (former Cuadernos de Economía), Vol. 53 No. 1, pp. 61–94, December 2016
Harvard Center for International, Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper Series No. 64, September 2015.
Reinhart, C., and Santos, M.A. “From financial repression to external distress: The case of Venezuela”
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Jan. 2016, pp. 1-30.
NBER Working Paper No. 21333 (July 2015).
Harvard CID Faculty Working Paper Series, No. 293, April 2015
Betancourt, C., Garay, U., Contreras, V., and Santos, M.A. “Expropriation risk and housing prices: Evidence from an emerging market”
Journal of Business Research, Volume 67 (5), May 2014, pp: 935-942.
Molina, C., and Santos, M.A. “Case Study CANTV-TELMEX: Which is the appropriate discount rate?”
Academia Revista Latinoamericana de Administración, número 44, 2010, pp. 137-154.
Study Guide Case TELMEX-CANTV
Work in Progress
Bustos, S., Rigobon, R., and Santos, M.A. “Identification through heteroscedasticity: Disentangling the long-term impacts of the Maisanta blacklist”