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Although the resource curse offers evidence for the national crowding out generated by resource windfalls from mining, subnational crowding is not fully understood. This knowledge gap is problematic…

23 September 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

Chilean mining municipalities collect a mineral tax to compensate for the negative externalities associated with resource extraction. Although this implies a positive marginal impact on local finance…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

Intellectual property is related to industrial property and copyright, and in both cases is considered to be an indicator of innovation and development. The study of innovation subsidies given to…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

Recent studies on Chile agree that the country’s youth enjoy greater social mobility than previous generations. This has been attributed either to their greater access to higher education or to life…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

While there is a growing body of studies on persistence and change in municipal start-up rates in more developed countries, this type of study for developing countries is still scarce. This work…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

Despite the efficiency produced by long-distance commuting (LDC) as an adjustment mechanism between local labor markets, the impact that it has on the equilibrium of labor markets has not been studied…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

Literature on the resource curse argues that resource windfalls, such as those resulting from a commodity price boom, crowd out several determinants of long-term fiscal income (Papyrakis and Gerlagh…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile

In this research the importance of evaluating public policies at regional level is demonstrated. The impact of subsidy programs to the recruitment of young people (SEJ) and the grant to the training…

20 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Chile