Diego Romero De Avila Torrijos-rekin lankidetzan egindako argitalpenak (17)


  1. Conclusions

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 163-165

  2. Data description

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 21-36

  3. Historical frontiers and the rise of inequality: The case of the frontier of Granada

    Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol. 15, Núm. 1, pp. 54-98

  4. Introduction

    Contributions to Economics

  5. Legal change within legal traditions and convergence

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 57-83

  6. Legal rules variation and countries’ economic and financial performance

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 85-119

  7. Literature review on the effect of the ease of doing business on economic and financial outcomes

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 37-56

  8. Revisiting the legal origins hypothesis: A brief review of the literature

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 5-20

  9. Sensitivity analyses on the effect of legal rules variation on economic and financial performance

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 121-135

  10. The consequences of persistent inequality on social capital: A municipal-level analysis of blood donation data

    Economics Letters, Vol. 151, pp. 53-57

  11. The effectiveness of legal reforms and the gap between law on the books and the reality on the ground

    Contributions to Economics (Physica-Verlag), pp. 137-161

  12. Views Linking Colonialism with Institutions

    Contributions to Economics (Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH), pp. 13-26


  1. Legal Traditions and Initial Endowments in Shaping the Path of Financial Development

    Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 46, Núm. 1, pp. 43-77

  2. The distribution of legal traditions around the world: A contribution to the legal-origins theory

    Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 57, Núm. 3, pp. 561-628