Juan F. Rubio-Ramírez
Juan Rubio is currently BBVA Research collaborator since 2012. At the same time, he is Professor of Emory University in Georgia, where he works as a professor in the Economics Department.
Previously, he was Professor of Duke University and FEDEA, and Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (FRB) , Philadelphia and St. Louis. He has also developed several Research Grants at the National Science Foundation and the University of Minnesota Supercomputer Institute.
At the same time he has authored several publications on Academic Journal, as "American Economic Review", "Review of Economic Studies", "Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control" or "IMF Economic Review"; as well as working papers and other economic publications.
Juan Rubio has a B.A in Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Furthermore, he obtained a M.Sc. in Economics and Finance from CEMFI and a Pdh in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
This paper evaluates the macroeconomic effects of taxes on banking in a small open economy in a currency union for three tax alternatives: an additional tax on profits, on deposits, and on loans. We propose a DSGE model with a rich detail of taxes and a banking sector and show that these three taxes are equivalent in their effects on macroeconomic variables.
September 3, 2018
Financial and fiscal shocks in the Great Recession and recovery of the Spanish economy
We present a new Bayesian DSGE model with a banking sector for the Spanish economy, designed to evaluate structural reforms and to decompose the main macroeconomic aggregates into structural shocks. Our analysis highlights the fundamental role of financial conditions during the Great Recession and the subsequent recovery of the Spanish economy.
In this paper we develop and estimate a new Bayesian DSGE model for the Spanish economy that has been designed to evaluate different structural reforms.