Publications

"Can Television Bring Down a Dictator? Evidence from Chile's 'No' campaign"
Journal of Comparative Economics, forthcoming.
Felipe González and Mounu Prem

"Start-Up Nation? Slave Wealth and Entrepreneuship in Civil War Maryland"
Journal of Economic History, 2017, Vol. 77 No. 2, p. 373-405.
Felipe González, Guillermo Marshall, and Suresh Naidu

"La reforma agraria chilena: hechos estilizados a la luz de una nueva base de datos"
Estudios Públicos, 2017, Vol. 146, p. 7-48.
José Ignacio Cuesta, José Díaz, Francisco Gallego, Felipe González, and Guillermo Marshall

"War and Collective Action in Sierra Leone: A Comment on the Use of Coefficient Stability Approaches"
Journal of Public Economics, 2015, Vol. 128, p. 30-33
Felipe González and Edward Miguel

"Drug Trafficking and Local Economic Activity in Mexico"
PLoS ONE, 2015
Felipe González

"Local Impacts of Trade Liberalization: Evidence from the Chilean Agricultural Sector"
In: Economic Policy in Emerging-Market Economies, 2015, Ed. Ricardo Caballero and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel.
José Ignacio Cuesta, Francisco Gallego, and Felipe González

"Can Land Reform Avoid a Left Turn? Evidence from Chile After the Cuban Revolution"
The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2013, Vol. 14 No. 1, p. 31-72.
Felipe González

Working Papers and Work in Progress

"Collective Action in Networks: Evidence from the Chilean Student Movement"
Submitted
Felipe González

"Distorted Quality Signals in School Markets"
Submitted
José Ignacio Cuesta, Felipe González, and Cristián Larroulet

"Losing Your Dictator: Firms During Political Transition"
Submitted
Felipe González and Mounu Prem

"Políticas de Inclusión Universitaria y Comportamiento Estratégico en Educación Secundaria"
Submitted
Felipe González and Esperanza Johnson

"Warming Increases Suicides Rates in the United States and Mexico"
Submitted
Marshall Burke, Ceren Baysan, Felipe González, Patrick Baylis, Sam Heft-Neal, Sanjay Basu, and Solomon Hsiang

"Protesting for Democratic Change: Student Strikes and Electoral Outcomes"
Pre-analysis Plan
Felipe González and Felipe Vial

"Take the Money and Run? Privatizations and Rent Extraction"
Available upon request
Felipe González, Mounu Prem, and Francisco Urzúa

"Economic Factors in Violence: Evidence from Organized Crime in Mexico"
Available upon request
Ceren Baysan, Marshall Burke, Felipe González, Solomon Hsiang, and Edward Miguel

"The Political Economy of Procurement: Evidence from Public Pharmacies"
Funded by CEGA
Juan Pablo Atal, José Ignacio Cuesta, Felipe González, and Cristóbal Otero

"Lost in Transition? Politicians After Democratization"
Funded by CEGA and Fondecyt Inicio
Felipe González, Pablo Muñoz, and Mounu Prem