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TOMAS ERIC MURPHY

TOMAS ERIC MURPHY
Lecturer
Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management
 

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Courses a.y. 2017/2018

30067 STORIA ECONOMICA / ECONOMIC HISTORY

Courses previous a.y.


Biographical note

Born February 22nd, 1975 in Argentina. Degree in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina (1993-1997); MPhil in Development Studies, University of Cambridge, UK (1998-1999); MPhil in Economics, University of Oxford, UK (2002-2004); PhD in Economics, University of Oxford, UK (2004-2008).


Academic CV

Lecturer (2012-present) of the Economics Department and Researcher (2007-present), IGIER and Centro Dondena, Università Bocconi; Departmental Teaching Associate, Department.of Economics, University of Oxford (2005-2007); Assisting Editor, Journal of Economic History (2005-2006); Consultant, Latin America & Caribbean. Region SU, World Bank (2003-2004); Researcher, Research Department, Central Bank of Argentina (2000-2002); Junior Researcher, Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Institucional (1998). Recent awards: New Researchers Prize, Annual Meeting of the Economic History Society, UK (2006).


Research areas

Economic History. Development. Political Economy. Applied Econometrics.


Selected publications

"The Colonial Origins of the Divergence in the America: A Labour Market Approach" (with R. C. Allen and E. B. Schneider), Journal of Economic History; "Social Interactions and Fertility Dynamics: A Simulation Experiment in the Context of the French Fertility Decline" (with S. González-Bailón), Population Studies; "Europe’s Many Integrations: Geography and Grain Markets, 1620-1913" (with D. Chilosi, R. Studer, and A. Ç. Tunçer), Explorations in Economic History; "Modelos econométricos de predicción macroeconómica en la Argentina" (with G. McCandless e F. Gabrielli), BCRA Working Paper; "Las PyMEs y el Mercado de crédito en la Argentina" (with G. Escudé, T. Burdisso, M. Catena, L. D'Amato e G. McCandless), BCRA Working Paper; Informe sobre el presupuesto público 1998, Fundación Grupo Sophía; "Un análisis económico del proceso de formación de leyes: el caso de la Ley de Patentes en la Argentina", Univ. de San Andrés.