Women in Macro
Partisan Conflict in the Media
Partisan Conflict: Blogs and Financial Analysis
International Spillovers and `Ex-ante’ Efficient Bailouts
, with V. Quadrini (2018).
NBER working paper 25011
Also circulated as
The Politics of Sovereign Default under Financial Integration
The Optimal Public and Private Provision of Safe Assets
, with P. Yared (2018).
NBER working paper 24534
Social Media Networks, Fake News, and Polarization
, with M. Fernandes (2018).
NBER working paper 24462
» This article was discussed in the following blogs:
Does Partisan Conflict Deter FDI Inflows to the US?
(2018), NBER Working Paper No. 22336,
R&R at Journal of International Economics
» Media Coverage
Partisan Conflict, News, and Investors’ Expectations
Work in Progress
The Political Dynamics of Debt and Entitlements with L. Karpuska (2018).
Why does US Public Debt flow to China? with X. Tang (2017)
Balanced Budget Rules, Intergovernmental Transfers, and the Federal Government, with J. Zhao (2016)
Optimal Policy and (the lack of) Time Inconsistency: Insights from Simple Models,
with J. Soares and P. Sarte, (2016)
Hacking Induced Externalities and the Apathy of Stockholders,
with A. Marks, (2016)
Anatomy of a Financial Crisis
Divided we Fall: Polarization During the 1995 and 2013 Shutdowns
LSE American Politics and Policy
(09 Oct 2013). One of the
Top 10 most read articles of 2013
of this Blog. Version en espanol publicada en focoeconomico.org:
Polarización política y crisis de gobernabilidad en EEUU