(contact me if you need access to any of the papers)
The spatial distribution of population in Spain: an anomaly in European perspective (with Gutiérrez, E., Moral-Benito, E., and Ramos, R.). Journal of Regional Science, forthcoming.
Ancient Colonialism and the Economic Geography of the Mediterranean (with Chronopoulos, D., Kampanelis, S., and Wilson, J.). Journal of Economic Geography, 2021, 21(5): 717–759.
Frontiers, Warfare and Economic Geography: The Case of Spain. Journal of Development Economics, 2020, 146, 102511. (SSRN link).
Historical Frontiers and the Rise of Inequality. The Case of the Frontier of Granada” (with Romero-Ávila D.), Journal of the European Economic Association, 2017, 15 (1): 54-98.
The Consequences of Persistent Inequality on Social Capital: A Municipal-Level Analysis of Blood Donation Data (with Romero-Ávila D.), Economics Letters, 2017, 151: 53-57. (SSRN link).
The Economic Consequences of the Spanish Reconquest: The Long-term Effects of Medieval Conquest and Colonization) (with Romero-Ávila D.), Journal of Economic Growth, 2016, 21 (4), 409–464.
The Long-term Effects of Political Violence on Political Attitudes: Evidence from the Spanish Civil War”, Kyklos, 2015, 68 (3), 412–442 (SSRN link).
The Distribution of Legal Traditions around the World: A Contribution to the Legal Origins Theory” (with Romero-Ávila D.), Journal of Law and Economics, 2014, 57 (3), 561-628. (Link to the accepted manuscript).
Legal Traditions and Initial Endowments in Shaping the Path of Financial Development” (with Romero-Ávila D.), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2014, 46 (1), 43-77.
Does Fiscal Decentralization Mitigate the Adverse Effects of Corruption on Public Deficits? (with Romero-Ávila D. and Usabiaga, C.), European Journal of Political Economy, 2013, 32, 205-231.
Tracing the Link between Government Size and Growth: The Role of Public Sector Quality (with Romero-Ávila D.), Kyklos, 2013, 66 (2), 229-255.
Tabulating and visualizing street-name data in the US and Europe (with Carmona-Derqui, D. & Gutiérrez-Mora, D.). Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 2023.
Gendered cities: Studying urban gender bias through street names (with Gutiérrez-Mora, D). Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 2022, doi:10.1177/23998083211068844. (Pre-print).
What Do Street Names Tell Us? The ‘City-Text’ as Socio-Cultural Data. Journal of Economic Geography, 2018, 18 (1): 187–211.