Working Papers

Here you will find all the working papers and papers provided by the work of the MOMA group participants. Most of them have been presented in the MOMA meetings organised by the network.

Working papers:

Albarrán, P., Hidalgo, M. and Iturbe-Ormaetxe, I. “Schooling reforms, education and health: Evidence from EU-SILC”. Revised June (2015).

Aldshev, G., Carletti, T., López-Pintado, D. and Righi, S. “Social Networks, HIV/AIDS and Awareness Campaigns”. (2009).

Ansolabehere, S. and Puy, S. “Issue-salience, Issue-divisiveness and Voting Decisions”. (2016).

Bárcena, E., Blázquez, M. and Moro-Egido, A.I. “The socioeconomic gradient in health: The role of intra-household resource allocation”, Mimeo.

Bárcena, E., Blázquez, M. and Moro-Egido, A.I. “Intrahousehold allocation of resources and household deprivation”, Mimeo.

Beviá, C., Corchón, L. and Yasuda, Y. “Oligopolistic Equilibrium and Financial Constraints”. (2015)

Beviá, C. and Corchón, L. “Dominant Strategies in Contests”.

Caballé. J. and Moro-Egido, A. I. “On the Accumulation of Wealth under Aspirations”. Barcelona GSE Working Paper No. 826. (2015).

Calo-Blanco, A. “Health and fairness with other-regarding individuals”. WP UPO 2017.4 (invited to revise and resubmit).

Calo-Blanco, A. and Villar, A. “Quality of education and equality of opportunity in Spain: Lessons from PISA”. DT 6/10, Fundación BBVA.

Calo-Blanco, A. “The implications of luck for intertemporal equality of opportunity”. Older versión available at: IVIE working-paper, WP-AD 2009-12.

Calo-Blanco, A. and Villar, A. “Education, utilitarianism and equality of opportunity”. DT 13/09, Fundación BBVA.

Chattopahdyay, S. and Moro-Egido, A.I. “Stationary Equilibrium in an Altruistic Economy”.

Corchón, L., Hammond, P. and Sempere, J. “Compensated Lindahl Equilibrium: Efficiency Theorems and Gains from Trade with Individual Production and Public Goods”.

Corchón, L. and Serena, M. “Properties of Contests”.

Corchón, L. “On the sustainability of the Welfare State”.

Correa-Lopera, G. “When does the delegation of decisions become worthy? A comparison between direct and representative democracy”. Mimeo. (2017).

García-Pérez, I. and Hidalgo, M. “On the impact of pre-school attendance on primary school results”. Mimeo, Revised June (2014).

Gómez-Núñez, T., Hernández-Huelin, M. and Puy, S. “Educational system and labor force participation”.

González-Rodríguez, P., Passarelli, F. and Puy, S. “A Theoretical Model of Party Switching in Legislatures”.

Hidalgo, M. and Iturbe-Ormaetxe, I. “Long-run effects on poverty of public expenditure in education”. IVIE-Working Papers Serie AD 2014-06.

Hidalgo, M. “Poverty in adulthood: personal and context factors. Evidence from some European countries”. Working Paper ECON 15.14.

Hidalgo, M., Jiménez, N. and López, D. “Complex decisions: an experimental approach”.

Hidalgo, M. and Robles-Zurita, J.A. “Education and political participation”.

Jiménez, N. and Solano-García, A. “Elected Oficials’ Opportunistic Behavior on Third-Party Punishment: An experimental Analysis”, IVIE WP-EC 2015-04.

Ju, B.G. and Moreno-Ternero, J. “Entitlement theory of justice and end-state fairness in the allocation of goods”. (2016).

Kennett, C., Moro-Egido, A.I. and Panadés, J. “The Determinants of the Consumer Satisfaction in a Formula 1 Grand Prix”.

López-Pintado, D. and Watts, D.J. “Personal Influence Versus Mass Media”. (2009).

López-Pintado, D. and Jackson, M.O. “Diffusion in segregated networks”. (2008).

López-Pintado, D. and Moreno-Ternero, J. “The Principal’s Dilemma”. CORE Discussion Paper 2009/03.

Masera, F. “State, Religiosity and Church Participation”.

Masera, F. and Yousaf, H. “The Charitable Terrorist: State Capacity and the Support for the Pakistani Taliban”.

Masera, F. (2016): Bringing War Home: Violent Crime, Police Killings and the Overmilitarization of the US Police.

Mavridis, C. and Serena, M. “Complete Information Pivotal-Voter Model with Asymmetric Group Size”.

Moreno, B., Ramos-Sosa, M.P. and Rodriguez-Lara, I. “Conformity, Information and Truthful Voting”. (2016).

Moreno-Ternero, J. and Roemer, J. “The political economy of health care finance”. (2010).

Moreno-Ternero, J. and Østerdal, L. “Normative foundations for equity-sensitive population health evaluation functions”. CORE Discussion Paper 2014/31.

Moro-Egido, A.I., Navarro, M. and Sánchez, M.A. “Changes in Subjective Well-Being over Time in Germany”, Mimeo.

Moro-Egido, A.I. and Jiménez, C. “The Role of Social Capital on Economic Growth, Investment and Productivity”. Mimeo.

Moro-Egido, A.I. and Solano-García, A. “The Ends Against the Middle: Attitudes Towards Taxation”. Submitted to Public Choice”.

Ponsati, C. and Serena, M. “Rejoining a Ticket Queue”.

Puy, S. “Income Taxation: Is progressivity fostered by the Left and hampered by the Right?”. (2016).

Puy, S. and Ramos-Sosa, M.P. “Political competition between Heterogenous parties”.

Puy, S. and Ramos-Sosa, M.P. “When Political Parties want to be Ambiguous but they can’t”. (2015).

Serena, M. “Harnessing Beliefs to Stimulate Efforts in Constests”.

Serena, M. “Level-k Models Rationalize Overspending in Contests”.

Serena, M. “K-level Reasoning in Reciprocal Beliefs”.

Vázquez, A. Contest for Bads and Applications. (2016).



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