Federico Masera
Federico Masera
University of New South Wales, School of Economics
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How informative are the subjective density forecasts of macroeconomists?
G Kenny, T Kostka, F Masera
Journal of Forecasting 33 (3), 163-185, 2014
Density characteristics and density forecast performance: a panel analysis
G Kenny, T Kostka, F Masera
Empirical Economics 48 (3), 1203-1231, 2015
Violent crime and the overmilitarization of US policing
F Masera
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 37 (3), 479-511, 2021
Inflammatory Political Campaigns and Racial Bias in Policing
P Grosjean, F Masera, H Yousaf
Can macroeconomists forecast risk? Event-based evidence from the euro-area SPF
G Kenny, T Kostka, F Masera
42th issue (December 2015) of the International Journal of Central Banking, 2018
Police safety, killings by the police, and the militarization of us law enforcement
F Masera
Journal of Urban Economics, 103365, 2021
Slavocracy: Economic Elite and the Support for Slavery
F Masera, M Rosenberg
Available at SSRN 4009954, 2021
The Charitable Terrorist: State Capacity and the Support for the Pakistani Taliban
F Masera, H Yousaf
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 00220027221079398, 2018
Pains, Guns and Moves: The Effect of the US Opioid Epidemic on Mexican Migration
G Daniele, M Le Moglie, F Masera
BAFFI CAREFIN Centre Research Paper, 2020
Flight from urban blight: lead poisoning, crime and suburbanization
F Curci, F Masera
IEB Working Paper, 2018
Contagious dishonesty: Corruption scandals and supermarket theft
G Gulino, F Masera
Available at SSRN 4129462, 2022
The Power of Narratives: Anti-Black Attitudes and Violence in the US South
F Masera, M Rosenberg, S Walker
Available at SSRN 4009956, 2022
State, religiosity and church participation
F Masera
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 186, 269-287, 2021
Essays on the social effects of public spending
FG Masera
Politics, Religion, and the Evolution of the Welfare State
M Fourati, G Gratton, F Masera
Tesis Doctoral: Essays on the Social E ects of Public Spending
FG Masera, L Corchon
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