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Postal address:Faculty of Economics, Cambridge University, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DD, UK
Workplace:Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, (more information at EDIRC)
Facultad de Administración y Economía (Faculty of Management and Economics), Universidad de Santiago de Chile (University of Santiago de Chile), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2020

  1. Finance as Perpetual Orgy. How the ‘new alchemists’ twisted Kindleberger’s cycle of “manias, panics and crashes” to “manias, panics and renewed-manias”
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads
  2. Why the Rich Stay Rich. On dysfunctional institutions’ “ability to persist” (no matter what)
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads

2019

  1. The Chilean economy since the return to democracy in 1990. On how to get an emerging economy growing, and then sink slowly into the quicksand of a “middle-income trap”
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads
  2. Why is inequality so unequal across the world? Part 1. The diversity of inequality in disposable income: multiplicity of fundamentals, or complex interactions between political settlements and market failures?
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads
  3. Why is inequality so unequal across the world? Part 2 The diversity of inequality in market income - and the increasing asymmetry between the distribution of income before and after taxes and transferences
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads

2016

  1. Do nations just get the inequality they deserve? The ‘Palma Ratio’ re-examined
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Chapter (2016)

2015

  1. Globalizing Inequality: ‘Centrifugal’ and ‘Centripetal’ Forces at Work
    Working Papers, eSocialSciences Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Why corporations in developing countries are likely to be even more susceptible to the vicissitudes of international finance than their counterparts in the developed world: A Tribute to Ajit Singh
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (1)

2014

  1. Has the income share of the middle and upper-middle been stable over time, or is its current homogeneity across the world the outcome of a process of convergence? The 'Palma Ratio' revisited
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Latin America's socail imagination since 1950. From one type of 'absolute certainties' to another - with no (far more creative)'uncomfortable uncertainties' in sight
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads

2013

  1. How to create a financial crisis by trying to avoid one: the Brazilian 1999-financial collapse as "Macho-Monetarism" can't handle "Bubble Thy Neighbour" levels of inflows
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads

2012

  1. How the full opening of the capital account to highly liquid financial markets led Latin America to two and a half cycles of ‘mania, panic and crash’
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Was Brazil's recent growth acceleration the world's most overrated boom?
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (3)

2011

  1. Homogeneous middles vs. heterogeneous tails, and the end of the ‘Inverted-U’: the share of the rich is what it's all about
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (80)

2010

  1. Why has productivity growth stagnated in most Latin-American countries since the neo-liberal reforms? (Revised 26-07-2011)
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (12)

2009

  1. The Revenge of the Market on the Rentiers: Why neo-liberal Reports of the end of history turned out to be premature (Updated 19 December 2011)
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (39)

2006

  1. Globalizing Inequality: ‘Centrifugal’ and ‘Centripetal’ Forces at Work
    Working Papers, United Nations, Department of Economics and Social Affairs Downloads View citations (21)

2000

  1. The Magical Realism of Brazilian Economics: How to Create a Financial Crisis by Trying to Avoid One
    SCEPA working paper series., Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA), The New School Downloads View citations (3)
  2. The Three Routes to Financial Crises: The Need for Capital Controls
    SCEPA working paper series., Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA), The New School Downloads View citations (18)

Journal Articles

2021

  1. Todo lo que siempre quiso saber sobre el TPP-11 (pero nunca se atrevió a preguntar)
    Estudios Nueva Economía, 2021, 6, (1), 41-49 Downloads

2020

  1. América Latina en su “Momento Gramsciano”. Las limitaciones de una salida tipo “nueva socialdemocracia europea” a este impasse
    El Trimestre Económico, 2020, 87 (4), (348), 985-1031 Downloads
  2. Por qué los ricos siempre siguen siendo ricos (pase lo que pase, cueste lo que cueste)
    Revista CEPAL, 2020 Downloads
  3. Why the rich always stay rich (no matter what, no matter the cost)
    Revista CEPAL, 2020 Downloads

2019

  1. Behind the Seven Veils of Inequality. What if it's all about the Struggle within just One Half of the Population over just One Half of the National Income?
    Development and Change, 2019, 50, (5), 1133-1213 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Desindustrialización, desindustrialización "prematura" y "síndrome holandés"
    El Trimestre Económico, 2019, 86 (4), (344), 901-966 Downloads

2018

  1. Por qué la economía ortodoxa transfirió su obsesión por un concepto (mercado) a la de un ritual (matemáticas)
    Estudios Nueva Economía, 2018, 5, (1), 7-20 Downloads View citations (1)

2016

  1. Why are developing country corporations more susceptible to the vicissitudes of international finance?
    The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 2016, 27, (3), 281-292 Downloads

2014

  1. Has the Income Share of the Middle and Upper-middle Been Stable around the ‘50/50 Rule’, or Has it Converged towards that Level? The ‘Palma Ratio’ Revisited
    Development and Change, 2014, 45, (6), 1416-1448 Downloads View citations (4)

2011

  1. FORUM 2011
    Development and Change, 2011, 42, (1), 87-153 Downloads

2009

  1. Introduction: the global financial crisis
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2009, 33, (4), 531-538 Downloads View citations (11)
  2. The revenge of the market on the rentiers
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2009, 33, (4), 829-869 Downloads View citations (23)

2006

  1. Stratégies actives et stratégies passives d'exportation en Amérique latine et en Asie orientale
    Revue Tiers Monde, 2006, 47, (186), 249-280 Downloads
  2. Stratégies actives et stratégies passives d'exportation en amérique latine et en asie orientale. La croissance liée à la composition particulière des produits et à la spécificité des institutions
    Revue Tiers-Monde, 2006, n° 186, (2), 249-280 Downloads

2005

  1. The seven main "stylized facts" of the Mexican economy since trade liberalization and NAFTA
    Industrial and Corporate Change, 2005, 14, (6), 941-991 View citations (12)

1998

  1. The Asian Crisis: Introduction
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1998, 22, (6), 649-52 View citations (4)
  2. Three and a Half Cycles of 'Mania, Panic, and [Asymmetric] Crash': East Asia and Latin America Compared
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1998, 22, (6), 789-808 View citations (13)
    See also Chapter (2001)

1994

  1. Kahn on Buffer Stocks
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1994, 18, (1), 117-27

1990

  1. La deuda del tercer mundo y su repercusión en la economía británica. Una opinión del Sur sobre el desgobierno económico en el Norte
    El Trimestre Económico, 1990, 57 (2), (226), 435-496

1989

  1. Comentario de Nicholas Kaldor sobre "el discreto encanto" de la burguesia chilena
    El Trimestre Económico, 1989, 56 (4), (224), 853-895
  2. Kaldor on the 'Discreet Charm' of the Chilean Bourgeoisie
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1989, 13, (1), 245-72 View citations (5)
  3. Kaldor's Contribution to Economics: An Introduction
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1989, 13, (1), 1-8 View citations (3)

1988

  1. Third World Debt and Its Effects on the British Economy: A Southern View of Economic Mismanagement in the North
    Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1988, 12, (3), 361-400

1978

  1. Dependency: A formal theory of underdevelopment or a methodology for the analysis of concrete situations of underdevelopment?
    World Development, 1978, 6, (7-8), 881-924 Downloads View citations (29)

Books

2011

  1. Beyond Reforms: Structural Dynamics and Macroeconomic Vulnerability
    IDB Publications (Books), Inter-American Development Bank Downloads View citations (38)

2005

  1. Cuatro fuentes de "desindustrialización" y un nuevo concepto del "síndrome holandés"
    Copublicaciones, Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) Downloads View citations (1)

Edited books

2001

  1. Financial Liberalization and the Asian Crisis
    Palgrave Macmillan Books, Palgrave Macmillan

Chapters

2019

  1. The multiplicity of distributional outcomes across the world: diversities of fundamentals or countries getting the inequality they deserve?
    Chapter 7 in The Handbook of Globalisation, Third Edition, 2019, pp 119-153 Downloads

2016

  1. Do Nations Just Get the Inequality They Deserve? The “Palma Ratio” Re-examined
    Palgrave Macmillan View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (2016)
  2. The dependency school and its aftermath: why Latin America’s critical thinking switched from one type of absolute certainties to another
    Chapter 21 in Handbook of Alternative Theories of Economic Development, 2016, pp 386-415 Downloads View citations (1)

2011

  1. National Inequality in the Era of Globalisation: What do Recent Data Tell Us?
    Chapter 7 in The Handbook of Globalisation, Second Edition, 2011 Downloads View citations (1)

2008

  1. Structuralism
    Chapter 10 in International Handbook of Development Economics, Volumes 1 & 2, 2008 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Theories of Dependency
    Chapter 9 in International Handbook of Development Economics, Volumes 1 & 2, 2008 Downloads

2001

  1. A Brazilian-Style ‘Ponzi’
    Palgrave Macmillan
  2. Introduction
    Palgrave Macmillan
  3. Three-and-a-half Cycles of ‘Mania, Panic, and [Asymmetric] Crash’: East Asia and Latin America Compared
    Palgrave Macmillan
    See also Journal Article in Cambridge Journal of Economics (1998)

1995

  1. Nicaragua: The Sandinista Experiment and its Aftermath
    Palgrave Macmillan
 
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