Carlos Winograd

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  • RECHERCHE EPEE, Rudiger AHREND, Carlos WINOGRAD, Rudiger Ahrendy, Carlos Winogradz
  • 2006
This article investigates the connection between the apparently uncorrelated issues of tax evasion and privatisation in a political economy framework. We …rst consider how the political process given a country’s level of development and income distributionwill a¤ect the e¢ ciency of the tax system. We then discuss the impact of the e¢ ciency of the taxation(More)
The present paper deals with the link between real exchange rate (RER) volatility and exports in the case of Argentina. Extensive theoretical work on this matter is not conclusive. Empirical research may thus contribute to disentangle the existing uncertainties on this topic. The focus and the findings of this trend of literature may be of interest for the(More)
Argentina is a unique experience of protracted monetary disorder. In the framework of a long-term view, we investigate the demand for narrow money in Argentina from 1900 to 2006. The paper examines the effect of monetary regimes by dealing with the presence of structural breaks in long-run equations. We estimate and test for regime changes through a(More)
Ce travail analyse la prise de risque des filiales et succursales des banques internationales, à partir de l’expérience de l’Argentine et l’Uruguay. En particulier, nous analysons les différences de la prise de risque entre deux groupes de banques étrangères (filiales vs succursales) avant les grandes crises financières survenues en 2001-02, qui a conduit(More)
Argentina is a unique experience of protracted economic instability and monetary disorder. In the framework of a long-term view, we investigate the demand for narrow money in Argentina from 1900 to 2006, shedding some light on the existence of money demand equilibria in extremely turbulent economies. The paper examines the effect of monetary regime changes(More)
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