Department of Economics Sellinger School of Business and Management, Loyola University Maryland
Department of Economics
Sellinger School of Business and
Management, Loyola University Maryland
I am an associate professor of economics at the Loyola University Maryland, where I teach various undergraduate economics courses. As an economist, I am engaged in a variety of economic research projects. Below, you will find useful links to materials related to my research.
A New Approach to the Study of Jobless Recoveries, with Jared Reber
A comparative study of training in the private and public sectors: Evidence from the UK and the USA, with Facundo Sepulveda
Legalization and Human Capital Accumulation, with Facundo Sepulveda and Nieves Valdes.
Permanent Working Papers
Intermediate Industry Monopolies: Long-Run Implications of Private and Public Ownership.
Aids, Human Capital and Growth.
Does Opportunism go Unnoticed? A Study of Vote Functions and Policy Preferences.
ERN read-me file and dataset from the paper “Corruption and Elections: An Empirical Study for a Cross-Section of Countries” (Economics and Politics, vol. 21, no.2, pp. 179-200, July 2009. With Stefan Krause).
Web appendix for the paper “Can corruption foster regulatory compliance?” (Public Choice, forthcoming).