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Martin Ardanaz
Martin Ardanaz
Fiscal and Municipal Management Specialist, InterAmerican Development Bank
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Los primeros años: el bienestar infantil y el papel de las políticas públicas
MC Araujo, M Ardanaz, E Armendáriz, JR Behrman, S Berlinski, JP Cristia, ...
Inter-American Development Bank, 2015
2232015
The early years: child well-being and the role of public policy
S Berlinski, N Schady
Springer Nature, 2015
2172015
The politics of federalism in Argentina and its implications for governance and accountability
M Ardanaz, M Leiras, M Tommasi
World Development 53, 26-45, 2014
1822014
The politics of federalism in Argentina and its implications for governance and accountability
M Ardanaz, M Leiras, M Tommasi
World Development 53, 26-45, 2014
1822014
Inequality and personal income taxation: The origins and effects of legislative malapportionment
M Ardanaz, C Scartascini
Comparative Political Studies 46 (12), 1636-1663, 2013
1242013
Sensitivity to issue framing on trade policy preferences: evidence from a survey experiment
M Ardanaz, MV Murillo, PM Pinto
International Organization 67 (2), 411-437, 2013
1112013
Sensitivity to issue framing on trade policy preferences: evidence from a survey experiment
M Ardanaz, MV Murillo, PM Pinto
International Organization 67 (2), 411-437, 2013
1112013
Growth-friendly fiscal rules? Safeguarding public investment from budget cuts through fiscal rule design
M Ardanaz, E Cavallo, A Izquierdo, J Puig
Journal of International Money and Finance 111, 102319, 2021
1002021
Current expenditure upswings in good times and capital expenditure downswings in bad times?: New evidence from developing countries
M Ardanaz, A Izquierdo
IDB Working Paper No. IDB-WP-838, 2017
612017
Why don’t we tax the rich? Inequality, legislative malapportionment, and personal income taxation around the world
M Ardanaz, C Scartascini
IDB Working Paper No. IDB-WP-282, 2011
412011
Reglas fiscales resilientes en América Latina
AD Barreix, LF Corrales, JC Benitez, C Garcimartín, M Ardanaz, S Díaz, ...
Inter-American Development Bank, 2019
402019
Political institutions, policymaking, and economic policy in Latin America
M Ardanaz, C Scartascini, M Tommasi
IDB Working Paper Series No. IDB-WP-158, 2010
362010
Mind the gap: Bridging the perception and reality of crime rates with information
M Ardanaz, A Corbacho, M Ruiz-Vega
IDB Working Paper Series, 2014
35*2014
Labor shortages, rural inequality, and democratization
M Ardanaz, I Mares
Comparative Political Studies 47 (12), 1639-1669, 2014
312014
The economic effects of constitutions: do budget institutions make forms of government more alike?
M Ardanaz, C Scartascini
Constitutional Political Economy 25, 301-329, 2014
282014
Fiscal consolidations and electoral outcomes in emerging economies: Does the policy mix matter? Macro and micro level evidence from Latin America
M Ardanaz, M Hallerberg, C Scartascini
European Journal of Political Economy 64, 101918, 2020
262020
A subnational resource curse? Revenue Windfalls and the Quality of Public Spending in Colombian municipalities
M Ardanaz, N Tolsa
20th LACEA Annual Meeting, October, 15-17, 2015
242015
Structural fiscal balances in Latin America and the Caribbean: new dataset and estimations
M Ardanaz, A Corbacho, A Gonzales, N Tolsa Caballero
IDB working paper series, 2015
242015
The politics of federalism in Argentina and its effects on governance and accountability
M Ardanaz, M Leiras, M Tommasi
Banco Mundial, 2010
232010
Current expenditure upswings in good times and public investment downswings in bad times? New evidence from developing countries
M Ardanaz, A Izquierdo
Journal of Comparative Economics 50 (1), 118-134, 2022
202022
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