Revistas Internacionales

2020

Mizala, Alejandra. “The gender gap in college major choice in Chile”. Economics of Education, Review 77, 2020, with P. Bordon and C. Canals.

2019

Bernales, Alejandro. “Learning and Index Option Returns”. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics (forthcoming), 2019.

Bernales, Alejandro. “Make-Take Decisions under High-Frequency Trading Competition”. Journal of Financial Markets (forthcoming), 2019. Nominated as best conference paper at the EFMA (2013).

Escobar, Juan. “Protocol Invariance and the Timing of Decisions in Dynamic Games”.  Theoretical Economics 2019, with Ulrich Doraszelski.

Fischer, Ronald y Valenzuela, Patricio. “The Inequality-Credit Nexus”. Journal of International Money and Finance, 2019, with Diego Huerta.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Cournot competition in networked markets”. Management Science, 2019, with K. Bimpikis and S. Ehsani.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Equilibrium refinements for the network formation game”. Review of Economic Design, 2019, with H. Ikizler.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Promoting quality education in Chile: the politics of reforming teacher careers”. Journal of Educational Policy 2019, with Ben Schneider.

Noton, Carlos. Dynamic Effects of Price Promotions: Field Evidence, Consumer Search, and Supply-Side Implications“. Quantitative Marketing and Economics, forthcoming, with Andres Elberg, Pedro Gardete and Rosario Macera. Working paper version.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Capital Controls and the Cost of Debt”. IMF Economic Review, with Eugenia Andreasen and Martin Schindler), forthcoming, .

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Banking in Africa”. Prepared for the Third Edition of Oxford Handbook of Banking, forthcoming. With Bob Cull and Thorsten Beck.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Does Finance alter the Relation between Inequality and Growth”.  Economic Inquiry, 2019, with Matias Braun and Francisco Parro.

​Villena, Benjmaín. “Do High-Wage Jobs Attract more Applicants? Directed Search Evidence from the Online Labor Market”.  Accepted for publication at the Journal of Labor Economics. Working paper version here, with S. Banfi. Non-technical summaries in Vox LACEA and VoxEU.

 

2018

Bernales, Alejandro. “Collateralized-Uncollateralized Funding Decision in Money Markets”. R&R at Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2018.

Bernales, Alejandro. “Bid–ask spread and liquidity searching behaviour of informed investors in option markets”. Finance Research Letters 25, 96-106, 2018, with T. Verousis and C. Cañon.

Escobar, Juan. “Cooperation Dynamics in Repeated Games of Adverse Selection”. Journal of Economic Theory, 2018, with Gaston Llanes.

Fischer, Ronald. “Soft Budgets and Endogenous Renegotiations in Transport PPPs: An Equilibrium Analysis”, accepted for publication subject to minor revisions, Economics of Transportation, 2018, with E. Engel y A. Galetovic.

Fischer, Ronald. “The Joy of Flying: Efficient Airport PPP Contracts“. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 114, 131-146, 2018, with E. Engel and A. Galetovic.

Mizala, Alejandra. “School closure and educational attainment: Evidence from a market-basedsystem“. Economics of Education Review 65:1-17, 2018, with N. Grau and D. Hojman.

Noton, Carlos. “Are supermarkets squeezing small suppliers? Evidence from negotiated wholesale prices“. The Economic Journal, Vol 128, Issue 610, 1304-1330, 2018, with Andres Elberg. Working paper version. Media Coverage at the LSE Business Review.

Triossi, Matteo. “Strategy-proof and Group Strategy-proof Stable Mechanisms: An Equivalence”. Accepted, International Journal of Economic Theory, 2018, with Antonio Romero-Medina, .

Undurraga, Raimundo. “The Half Life of Happiness: Hedonic Adaptation in the Subjective Well-being of Poor Slum Dwellers to a Large Improvement in Housing“. Journal of the European Economic Association, Volume 16, Issue 4, August 2018, pp 1189–1233, 2018, with Sebastian Galiani and Paul J. Gertler. NBER Working Paper No 21098. [Accepted Version] . Media Coverage: [VoxEU][World Economic Forum][World Bank Blog][SciTech Blog].

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Gone with the Wind: Demographic Transitions and Domestic Saving”. Review of Development Economics, 2018, with Eduardo Cavallo and Gabriel Sanchez.

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Learning from history: volatility and financial crises. Review of Financial Studies, 2018, with Jon Danielsson and Ilknur Zer.

2017

Bernales, Alejandro y Valenzuela, Marcela. “Learning and Forecasts about Option Returns through the Volatility Risk Premium“.  Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 82, 312-330, 2017, with L. Chen. Nominated as best conference paper at the EFMA (2014).

Bernales, Alejandro. “The success of option listings“. Journal of Empirical Finance 40, 139-167, 2017.

Bernales, Alejandro. “CVaR Constrained Planning of Renewable Generation with Consideration of System Inertial Response, Reserve Services and Demand Participation“.  Energy Economics 59, 104-117, 2016.

Escobar, Juan. “Motivating with Simple Contracts, International“. Journal of Industrial Organization, 2017, with Carlos Pulgar.

Escobar, Juan. “Trust in Cohesive Communities“. Journal of Economic Theory, 2017, with Felipe Balmaceda.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Incentive compatible and stable trade mechanisms on networks”. Journal of Economic Theory, 2017, with O. Bochet.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Means-Tested School Vouchers and Educational Achievement: Evidence fromChile’s Universal Voucher System”. ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 674, 163-183, 2017, con F. Torche.

Schwartz, Daniel. “The Chill of the Moment: Emotions and Proenvironmental Behavior”. Journal Of Public Policy & Marketing, vol 36, pag 255-268, 2017, with George Loewenstein.

Undurraga, Raimundo. “Shelter from the Storm: Upgrading Housing Infrastructure in Latin American Slums“. Journal of Urban Economics, Vol 98, March 2017, pp 187-213, 2017, with Sebastian GalianiPaul J. Gertler, Ryan Cooper, Sebastian Martinez, and Adam Ross. NBER Working Paper No 19322. [Accepted Version]. Media Coverage: [IADB Blog][World Bank Blog].

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Learning and forecasts about option returns through the volatility risk premium”. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 2017, with Alejandro Bernales and Xiaohua Chen.

Villena, Benjmaín. “Institutional Drivers of Adaptation in Local Government Decision Making: Lessons from Chile”. Climatic Change 143(1), 157-171, 2017, with P. Valdivieso and K. Andersson.

2016

Bernales, Alejandro y Valenzuela, Marcela. “Implied Correlation and Market Returns“. R&R at Journal of Future Markets, 2016.

Bernales, Alejandro. “What do we know about individual equity options?“. R&R at Journal of Future Markets, 2016, con T. Verousis, N. Voukelatos y M.  Zhang.

Alejandra Mizala. “Measuring the relative pay of school teachers in Latin America 1997-2007“. International Journal of Educational Development 47, pp 20-32, 2016, con Hugo Ñopo.

Noton, Carlos. “Structural Estimation of Price Adjustment Costs in the European Car Market“. International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol 49, November, 105-147, 2016. Best Paper in IJIO 2016 AWARD Working paper version.

Schwartz, Daniel.  “A decision science approach for integrating social science in climate and energy solutions”. Nature Climate Change, vol 6, pag 563-569, 2016, with Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Tamar Krishnamurti, Alex Davis and Baruch Fischhoff.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Rollover Risk and Credit Spreads: Evidence from International Corporate Bonds”. Review of Finance, 2016.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Financial Openness, Domestic Financial Development and Credit Ratings”. Finance Research Letters, 2016, with Eugenia Andreasen.

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Model risk of risk models”. Journal of Financial Stability, 2016, with Jon Danielsson, Kevin James and Ilknur Zer.

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Can we prove a bank guilty of creating systemic risk? A minority report”. Journal of Money Credit and Banking, 2016, with Jon Danielsson, Kevin James and Ilknur Zer.

2015

Bernales, Alejandro. “Learning to Smile: Can Rational Learning Explain the Predictable Dynamics in the Implied Volatility Surface?”. Journal of Financial Markets 26, 1-37, 2015, con with M. Guidolin.  Nominated as best conference paper at the FMA (2012).

Bernales, Alejandro. “Do investors follow the herd in option markets?“. Journal of Banking and Finance (forthcoming), 2015,  con T. Verousis and N. Voukelatos. Nominated as best conference paper at the FMA (2015).

Dusha, Elton. “Intermediated Corruption”, International Economic Review, August 2015.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Pre-service Elementary School Teachers’ Expectations about Student Performance: How their Beliefs are affected by their Mathematics Anxiety and Student’s Gender“. Teaching and Teacher Education 50, 2015: 70-78, with S. Martinez y F. Martinez.

Noton, Carlos. “Minimum Coverage Regulation in Insurance Markets“. SERIEs – Journal of the Spanish Economic Association, Vol 6, Issue 3, 247-278, 2015, with Daniel McFadden and Pau Olivella.

Noton, Carlos. “On the size of Home Bias“. Applied Economics, Vol 47, Issue 2, 123-128, 2015. Working paper version.

Schwartz, Daniel. “Advertising Energy Saving Programs: The Potential Environmental Cost of Emphasizing Monetary Savings”. Journal Of Experimental Psychology-Applied, vol 21, pag 158-166, 2015, with Bruine de Bruin W, Fischhoff B, Lave L.

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Relative liquidity and future volatility”. Journal of Financial Markets, 2015, with Piotr FryzlewiczThorsten Rheinländer and Ilknur Zer.

Villena, Benjamín. “Unemployment, Participation, and Worker Flows over the Life Cycle”, Economic Journal, 125(589), pp 1705-1733, December 2015, with S. Choi and A. Janiak. Working paper version here. Online Appendix here.

2014

Bernales, Alejandro. “Thinly Traded Securities and Risk Management”. Estudios de Economía 41, 5-48, 2014, con G. Cortazar y D. Beuermann

Bernales, Alejandro. “Can We Forecast the Implied Volatility Surface Dynamics for CBOE Equity Options?”. Journal of Banking and Finance 46, 326-342, 2014, con M. Guidolin

Fischer, Ronald. “Effects of Financial Liberalization and Competition”. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 23(1), 47-75, 2014, F. Balmaceda y F. Ramirez.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Allocation Rules on Networks, with Çağatay Kayı”. Social Choice and Welfare, 43, 877-892, 2014.

Mizala, Alejandra.  “Negotiating Education Reform: Teacher Evaluations and Incentives in Chile (1990-2010)“. Governance vol 27(1): 87-109, 2014, con B. Schneider.

Triossi, Matteo. “Non-revelation mechanisms in many-to-one markets”, Games and Economic Behavior 87, 624–630, 2014, with Antonio Romero-Medina, (WP version).

Valenzuela, Patricio. “The African Financial Development and Financial Inclusion Gaps”, Journal of African Economies, 2014, with Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti, Robert Cull, Jun Qian and Lemma Senbet.

Villena, Benjamín. “Opening the Black Box of Social Capital Formation”,   American Political Science Review, 108(1), pp 121-143, February 2014, with P. Valdivieso. Working paper version here. Online Appendix here.

2013

Escobar, Juan. “Efficiency in Games with Markovian Private Information“, Econometrica, 2013, with Juuso Toikka.

Escobar, Juan.  “Equilibrium Analysis of Dynamic Models of Imperfect Competition”. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2013.

Fischer, Ronald. “The Basic Public Finance of Public-Private Partnership‘s”. J. of the European Economic Association, 2014, 11(1), pp 83-111, February 2013, E. Engel y A. Galetovic..

Fischer, R. y Valenzuela, P. “Financial Openness, Market Structure and Private Credit: An Empirical Investigation“. Economic Letters, 2013, 121, 478–481.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Egalitarianism Under Earmark Constraints,”.  Journal of Economic Theory 148, 535-562, 2013, with Olivier Bochet and Hervé Moulin.

Janiak, Alexandre. “Structural unemployment and the costs of firm entry and exit“. Labour Economics, 2013, Vol. 23, pp. 1-19.

Mizala, Alejandra. “School market: The impact of information approximating schools’ effectiveness“. Journal of Development Economics, 103, 2013, 313-335, con Miguel Urquiola.

Schwartz, Daniel. “The Hawthorne effect and energy awareness”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, vol 110, pag 15242-15246, 2013, with Baruch Fischhoff, Tamar Krishnamurti, and Fallaw Sowell.

Triossi, Matteo. “Games with Capacity manipulation, Incentives and Nash Equilibria“. Social Choice and Welfare, con Antonio Romero Medina. (WP version).

Triossi, Matteo. “Acyclicity and Singleton Cores in Matching Markets“. Economics Letters 118, 237-239, 2013, con Antonio Romero-Medina. (WP version).

Triossi, Matteo. “Non-revelation Mechanisms in Many-to-One Markets“. Games and Economic Behavior, 2013, con Antonio Romero-Medina.

Triossi, Matteo. “Boosting Scientific Research: Evidence from a Public Program“. Revista de Economía Aplicada, 2013, con César Alonso-Borrego, Antonio Romero-Medina y Rocío Sanchez Mangas.

Triossi, Matteo. “Costly Information Acquisition: Is it Better to Toss a Coin?“. Games and Economic Behavior, 2013. (WP version).

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Competition, signaling and walking through the book: Effects on order choice”.  Journal of Banking and Finance, Volume 37, Issue 12, Dec 2013,  Pages 5421–5435.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Sovereign Ceilings Lite? The Impact of Sovereign Ratings on Corporate Ratings in Emerging Market Economies”. Journal of Banking and Finance, 2013, with Kevin Cowan and Eduardo Borensztein.

Valenzuela, Marcela. “Competition, signaling and non-walking through the book: Effects on order choice, with Ilknur Zer”. Journal of Banking & Finance, 2013

2011-2012

Dardati, Evangelina. “Multinationals and Environmental Regulation: Are foreign firms harmful?“. Environment and Development Economics (por aparecer), con Meryem Saygili.

Escobar, Juan. “Restricted Feedback in Long Term Relationships”.  Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 147 Issue: 1 Pages: 142-161   DOI: 10.1016/j.jet.2011.11.013, JAN 2012, con  Ulrich Doraszelski.

Escobar, Juan.  “Restricted Feedback in Long Term Relationships“. Journal of Economic Theory, 2012, with Ulrich Doraszelski.

Ilkilic, Rahmi.“Balancing Supply and Demand Under Bilateral Constraints”. Theoretical Economics 7, 395-423, 2012, with Olivier Bochet, Hervé Moulin and Jay Sethuraman.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Public-Private Wage Gap in Latin America (1992-2007): A Matching Approach“. Labour Economics, con P. Romaguera y S. Gallegos.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Bringing the Schools Back In: The Stratification of Educational Achievement in the Chilean Voucher System“. International Journal of Educational Development, 2012, Vol. 32, pp. 132-144, con F. Torche.

Schwartz, Daniel. “Preparing for smart grid technologies: A behavioral decision research approach to understanding consumer expectations about smart meters”. Energy Policy, vol 41, pag 790-797, 2012, with Tamar Krishnamurti, AlexanderDavis, BaruchFischhoff, Wändi Bruinede Bruin, LesterLave and JackWang.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Financial Intermediaries, Markets and Alternative Financial Sectors”. The Handbook of the Economics of Finance, edited by G. Constantinides, M. Harris, and R. Stulz, 2012, con Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti y Jun Qian.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Who Benefits From Capital Account Liberalization? Evidence From Firm-Level Credit Ratings Data“. Journal of International Money and Finance 31, 1649-1673, 2012, con Alessandro Prati and Martin Schindler.

Ilkilic, Rahmi. “Networks of Common Property Resources”. Economic Theory 47,105-34, 2011.

Janiak, Alexandre. “Inflation and welfare in long-run equilibrium with firm dynamics“. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2011, Vol. 43, Iss. 5, pp. 795-834, con P. Santos Monteiro.

Mizala, Alejandra. “The Effectiveness of Private Voucher Education: Evidence from Structural School Switches”. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Vol.33(2), 2011, 119-137. (<http://epa.sagepub.com/content/current>http://epa.sagepub.com/content/current), con Bernardo Lara and Andrea Repetto.

Triossi, Mateo. “Implementation with renegotiation when preferences and feasible sets are state dependent”. Social Choice and Welfare, (por aparecer), con L. Corchón.

Triossi, Mateo. “Implementation with renegotiation when preferences and feasible sets are state dependent”, Social Choice and Welfare 36(2): 179-198, 2011, with Luis Corchón. (WP version).

 

2009-2010

Balmaceda, Felipe y Fischer, Ronald. “Economic Performance, creditor protection and labor inflexibility”. Oxford Economic Papers, 62(3), 553-577, 2010.

Escobar, Juan.  “A Theory of Regular Markov Perfect Equilibria for Dynamic Stochastic Games: Genericity, Stability, and Purification“. Theoretical Economics, 2010, with Ulrich Doraszelski.

Escobar, Juan.  Monopolistic Competition in Electricity Networks with Resistance Losses, Economic Theory, 2010, with Alejandro Jofre.

Fischer, Ronald. “The Economics of Infrastructure Finance: Public-Private Partnerships versus Public Provision“, European Investment Bank Papers, 15(1), pp 40-69, 2010, con E. Engel y A. Galetovic

Fischer, Ronald. “Economic Performance, creditor protection and labor inflexibility”. Oxford Economic Papers, 1 of 25, 2010, F. Blamaceda.

Fischer, Ronald. “Public-Private Partnerships, When and How”. J. of the European Economic Association, 2010, con E. Engel y A. Galetovic.

Fischer, Ronald. “The Economics of Infrastructure Finance: Public-Private Partnerships versus Public Provision”. European Investment Bank Papers, 15(1), pp 40-69, 2010, con E. Engel y A. Galetovic.

González, Pablo. “Expanding the Possibilities of Deliberation: The Use of Data Mining for Strengthening Democracy with an Application to Education Reform”. Information Society, Vol. 26  (1): 1-16, 2010. (ISI), con JD. Velásquez.

Janiak, Alexandre. “Local social capital and geographical mobility”. Journal Urban Economics, Vol. 68 (2): 191-204, 2010, con Q. David y E. Wasmer.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “The Socioeconomic and environmental effects of free trade agreements: a dynamic CGE analysis for Chile”, 2010. Environment and Development Economics, con C. J. de Miguel, S. Miller y M. Pereira.

Valenzuela, Patricio. “The Determinants of Corporate Risk in Emerging Markets: An Option-Adjusted Spread Analysis”, International Journal of Finance and Economics, 2010, with Eduardo Cavallo.

Balmaceda, Felipe. “Uncertainty, Pay for Performance and Asymmetric Information”. Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, Vol. 25(2), Otoño, 2009.

Balmaceda, Felipe. Mergers: “The Costs and Benefits of Synergy”, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE) Vol. 165 N 3, September 2009.

Figueroa, Nicolás. “The Role of Optimal Threats in Auction Design”. Journal of Economic Theory Vol. 144 (2): 884-897, March 2009, con V. Skreta.

Figueroa, Nicolás. “A note on optimal allocation mechanisms”. Economics Letters Vol. 102 (3): 169-173, March 2009, con V. Skreta.

Ilkilic, Ramhi.  “Pairwise Stability and Nash Equilibria in Network Formation”.  International Journal of Game Theory 38, 51-79, 2009, with Antoni Calvó-Armengol.

Mizala, Alejandra. “Using School Scholarships to Estimate the Effect of Private Education on the Academic Achievement of Low Income Students in Chile”. Economics of Education Review. Vol. 28: 370-381, 2009, con P. Anand y A. Repetto.

Triossi, Mateo. Hiring mechanisms, application costs and stability, Games and Economic Behavior 66(1): 566-575, 2009 (WP version).

Valenzuela, Patricio. “Debt Sustainability under Catastrophic Risk: The Case for Government Budget Insurance”,  Risk Management and Insurance Review, 2009, with Eduardo Borensztein and Eduardo Cavallo.

2007-2008

Balmaceda, Felipe. “Asymmetric Dynamic Pricing in Local Gasoline Retail Market”. Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 56(3), 2008, con Paola Soruco.

Fernandez, Viviana. “Multi-period hedge ratios for a multi-asset portfolio when accounting for returns co-movement”. Journal of Futures Markets. Volume: 28(2): 182-207, 2008.

Fernandez, Viviana. “Traditional versus novel forecasting techniques: How much do we gain?”. Journal of Forecasting 27(7): 637-648, 2008.

Fernandez, Viviana. “The war on terror and its impact on the long term volatility of financial markets”. International Review of Financial Analysis, special issue in honour of Thomas Fetherston, Volume 17(1): 1-26, 2008.

Fernandez, Viviana. “Copula-based measures of dependence structure in assets returns”. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, Volume 387(14): 3615-3628, 2008.

Fernandez, Viviana. “The behavior of stock returns in the mining industry following the Iraq war”. Research in International Business and Finance, 2008.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “The use of probabilistic analysis to improve decision-making in environmental regulation in a developing context: The case of arsenic regulation in Chile”. Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, Vol. 14(3), 2008, con M. Díaz.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “Comparison of net benefits of incentive-based and command and control environmental regulations: The case of Santiago, Chile”. World Bank Economic Review 22(2): 249-269, 2008, con J. M. Sanchez.

Arellano, M. Soledad. “Spatial peak load pricing”. Energy Economics,  29 (2), 228-239,  2007, con P. Serra.

Balmaceda, Felipe. “Vertical Integration and Shared Facilities in Unregulated Industries”. Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 55(4), 2007, con Eduardo Saavedra.

Fernández, Viviana. “Portfolio management under sudden changes in volatility and heterogeneous investment horizons”. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2007, con B. Lucey.

Fernández, Viviana. “A postcard from the past: The behavior of U.S. stock markets during 1871­1938”. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2007.

Fernández, Viviana. “Extreme-value dependence: an application to exchange rate markets”. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 377 (2)  583-589, 2007.

Fernández, Viviana. “Stock markets turmoil: worldwide effects of middle east conflicts”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2007.

Fernández, Viviana. “Wavelet-and SVM-based forecasts: An analysis of the U.S. metal and materials manufacturing industry”. Resources Policy 32(1-2): 80-89, 2007.

Fernández, Viviana. “Stock markets turmoil: worldwide effects of middle east conflicts”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 43  (3)    58-102,  2007

Meller, Patricio. “¿Son siempre las Universidades la mejor opción para un Título Profesional? Evidencia chilena”. El Trimestre Económico, forthcoming, con D. Rappaport.

Mizala, Alejandra y Romaguera, Pilar. “Socioeconomic status or noise? Tradeoffs in the generation of school quality information”. Journal of Development Economics   Vol. 84(1):61-75, 2007, con M. Urquiola.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “Managing hazardous pollutants in Chile: Arsenic” en Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2007, con A. M. Sancha.

2005-2006

Balmaceda, Felipe. “Vertical integration in unregulated industries with essential facilities”. Journal of Industrial Economics, Notes and Comments, 14(4), diciembre 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “Specification tests for a parsimonious random-effects model”. Applied Economics Letters 13(15), 1009-1012, diciembre 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “Extremal dependence in european capital markets”. Journal of Applied Economics 9(2), 275-293, noviembre 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “The CAPM and value at risk at different time scales”. International Review of Financial Analysis 15(3), 203-219, 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “Does domestic cooperation lead to business-cycle convergence and financial linkages?”. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 46(3), 369-396. Special issue on Real and financial aspects of financial integration, mayo 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “Emerging derivatives markets: the case of Chile”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 42(2), 65-94, marzo-abril, 2006.

Fernández, Viviana. “The impact of major global events on volatility shifts: evidence from the Asian crisis and 9/11”. Economic Systems 30 (1), 79-97, marzo 2006.

Fischer, Ronald; Pablo González.  “Does competition in privatized social services work? The Chilean Experience”. World Development, 34 (3), 647-664, 2006, con P. Serra.

Fischer, Ronald, “Privatizing highways in the United States”. Review of Industrial Organization, 29, 27-53, 2006, con E. Engel y A. Galetovic.

Mizala, Alejandra. “The current impact factor and the long-term impact of scientific journals by discipline: a logistic diffusion model estimation”. Scientometrics  vol. 69(3), diciembre 2006, con C. Contreras y G. Edwards.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “Factors that determine the cost-effectiveness ranking of second-best instruments for environmental regulation”. Journal of Regulatory Economics 30, 179-198, 2006.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “Choosing policy instruments for controlling ozone depleting substances in a developing context: the case of Chile”. Journal of Environmental Management 80, 347-362, 2006, con A. Ulloa y G. Asencio.

Balmaceda, Felipe. “Firm-sponsored general training”. Journal of Labor Economics, 23 (1): 115-133, enero 2005.

Fernández, Viviana. “Time-scale decomposition of price transmission in international markets”. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 41(4), 57-90, July-August 2005.

Fernández, Viviana. “The international CAPM and a wavelet-based decomposition of value at risk”. Studies of Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics 9(4), artículo 4, 2005.

Fischer, Ronald.  “Highway franchising and real estate values”. Journal of Urban Economics 57, 432-448, 2005, con E.Engel y A. Galetovic.

O’Ryan, Raúl. “Computable general equilibrium model analysis of economywide cross effects of social and environmental policies in Chile”. Ecological Economics, Volume 54, Issue 4, 447-472, 2005, con C. de Miguel, S. Miller y M. Munasinghe.

Schwartz, Daniel. “Data mining with combined use of optimization techniques and self-organizing maps for improving risk grouping rules: Application to prostate cancer patients”. Journal Of Management Information Systems, vol 21, pag 85-100, 2005, with Leonid Churilov, Adyl Bagirov , Kate Smith and Michael Dally.