Nestor Gandelman Ungerovich
Nestor Gandelman Ungerovich


Administración y Ciencias Sociales

Ph.D. en Economía, University of Rochester, Nueva York. Licenciado en Economía. Morosoli de Bronce en Economía 2013, Fundación Lolita Ruibal. Premio, Medal Competition for Research on Development, Global Development Network, 2011. Premio Nacional de Investigación Profesor Raúl Trajtenberg 2002. Premio a la Investigación y Producción Académica 2013 y 2007, Facultad de Administración y Ciencias Sociales. Coordinador Académico de Economía. Catedrático Principios de Economía. Investigador Nivel III - Sistema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI). Curriculum Vitae [pdf, 87 KBytes]

 

Materias dictadas

Facultad de Administración y Ciencias Sociales
Economía, Economía laboral, Principios de economía.


Artículos en journals 2017-2020

 

46(1), pp. 125-148.
4. Peer and parental influence in academic performance and alcohol use (2018) with Ana Balsa and
Flavia Roldan, Labour Economics Vol 55, pp. 41-55.
5. Cohort, age and business cycle effects in entrepreneurship in Latin America (2018) with Daniel
Bukstein, Entrepreneurship Research Journal Vol 8(3)
6. Credit Constraints, Sector Informality and Firm Investments: Evidence from a panel of Uruguayan
Firms (2017) with Alejandro Rasteletti, Journal of Applied Economics. Vol. 20(2), pp. 351-372.
7. Do the rich save more in Latin America? (2017), Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 15(11), pp.75-
92.
8. The impact of bank credit on employment formality: evidence from Uruguay (2016) with Alejandro
Rasteletti, Emerging Markets Finance & Trade, Vol. 52(7), pp. 1661-1678.
9. A Comparison of Saving Rates: Micro Evidence from Sixteen Latin American and Caribbean
Countries (2016), Economia, Vol.16(2), pp. 201-258.
10. Happiness decomposition: female optimism (2016) with María Laura Arrosa, Journal of Happiness
Studies, Vol. 17(2), pp. 731-756.
11. Inter-Generational Effects of Titling Programs: Physical vs. Human Capital (2016), Journal of
Development Studies,Vol.52(3), pp.331-342.

*Glass ceilings in research: Evidence from a national program in Uruguay (2019) with Daniel Bukstein,Research Policy, Vol 48 (6), 1550-1563.

*Household education spending in Latin America and the Caribbean: Evidence from income andexpenditure surveys (2019) with Santiago Acerenza, Education Finance and Policy, Vol. 14 (1), 61-873.

*Culture is a luxury in Latin America (2019) with Santiago Acerenza, Estudios de Economía, Vol.46(1), pp. 125-148.4.

*Peer and parental influence in academic performance and alcohol use (2018) with Ana Balsa and Flavia Roldan, Labour Economics, Vol 55, pp. 41-55.5.

*Cohort, age and business cycle effects in entrepreneurship in Latin America (2018) with Daniel Bukstein, Entrepreneurship Research Journal Vol 8(3)

*Credit Constraints, Sector Informality and Firm Investments: Evidence from a panel of UruguayanFirms (2017) with Alejandro Rasteletti, Journal of Applied Economics. Vol. 20(2), pp. 351-372.

*Do the rich save more in Latin America? (2017), Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 15(11), pp.75-92.



Investigación

Artículos en journals 2017-2020

Artículos en journals up to 2016

Capítulos en libros

Working papers



Docencia

Economía (MBA) (link para alumnos)

Economía laboral (link para alumnos)

Principios de economía (link para alumnos)



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