Daniel Oto-Peralías
Daniel Oto-Peralías
Universidad Pablo de Olavide (ES-41013 Seville, Spain)
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The economic consequences of the Spanish Reconquest: the long-term effects of Medieval conquest and colonization
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
Journal of Economic Growth 21, 409-464, 2016
Does fiscal decentralization mitigate the adverse effects of corruption on public deficits?
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila, C Usabiaga
European Journal of Political Economy 32, 205-231, 2013
What Do Street Names Tell Us? The 'City-Text' as Socio-Cultural Data
D Oto‐Peralías
Journal of Economic Geography, 2017
Tracing the link between government size and growth: the role of public sector quality
D Oto‐Peralías, D Romero‐Ávila
Kyklos 66 (2), 229-255, 2013
The distribution of legal traditions around the world: a contribution to the legal-origins theory
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
The Journal of Law and Economics 57 (3), 561-628, 2014
Historical frontiers and the rise of inequality: the case of the frontier of Granada
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
Journal of the European Economic Association 15 (1), 54-98, 2017
The spatial distribution of population in Spain: an anomaly in European perspective
E Gutiérrez, E Moral-Benito, R Ramos, D Oto-Peralías
Banco de España, 2020
Regional correlations of COVID-19 in Spain
D Oto-Peralías
OSF Preprints, 2020
Frontiers, warfare and economic geography: The case of Spain
D Oto-Peralias
Journal of Development Economics 146 (September), 2020
Legal traditions and initial endowments in shaping the path of financial development
D Oto‐Peralías, D Romero‐Ávila
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46 (1), 43-77, 2014
The Long‐term Effects of Political Violence on Political Attitudes: Evidence from the Spanish Civil War
D Oto‐Peralías
Kyklos 68 (3), 412-442, 2015
Ancient colonialism and the economic geography of the Mediterranean
D Chronopoulos, S Kampanelis, D Oto-Peralías, JOS Wilson
Journal of Economic Geography, 2020
Colonial theories of institutional development
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
Contributions to Economics, 2017
The consequences of persistent inequality on social capital: A municipal-level analysis of blood donation data
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
Economics Letters 151, 53-57, 2017
Legal Traditions, Legal Reforms and Economic Performance
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
Springer, 2017
Gendered cities: Studying urban gender bias through street names
D Oto-Peralías, DG Mora
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 2022
Delegating Governmental Authority to Private Actors: Lordships, State Capacity and Development
D Oto-Peralías
SocArXiv, 2019
Legal Reforms and Economic Performance: Revisiting the Evidence
D Oto-Peralías, D Romero-Ávila
World Bank, 2017
What Do Street Names Tell Us? An Application to Great Britain's Streets
D Oto‐Peralías
SSRN working paper, 2017
Tabulating and visualizing street-name data in the US and Europe
D Carmona-Derqui, D Gutiérrez-Mora, D Oto-Peralías
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 50 (7), 1981-1987, 2023
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