Luis Locay
Luis Locay
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Miami
Verified email at miami.edu
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Are user fees regressive?: The welfare implications of health care financing proposals in Peru
P Gertler, L Locay, W Sanderson
Journal of econometrics 36 (1-2), 67-88, 1987
5051987
Economic development and the division of production between households and markets
L Locay
Journal of Political Economy 98 (5, Part 1), 965-982, 1990
1161990
From hunting and gathering to agriculture
L Locay
Economic Development and Cultural Change 37 (4), 737-756, 1989
581989
Price discrimination in competitive markets
L Locay, A Rodriguez
Journal of Political Economy 100 (5), 954-965, 1992
451992
Specialization, household production, and the measurement of economic growth
J Devereux, L Locay
The American Economic Review 82 (2), 399-403, 1992
361992
Health care financing and the demand for medical care
P Gertler, L Locay, W Sanderson, A Dor, J van der Gaag
Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper 37, 1988
251988
Entrepreneurship and productivity: The slow growth of the planned economies
C Bajona, L Locay
Review of Economic Dynamics 12 (3), 505-522, 2009
232009
Two models of intertemporal price discrimination
A Rodriguez, L Locay
Journal of Economics 76 (3), 261-278, 2002
122002
Investment in sister's children as behavior towards risk
AM Diamond, L Locay
Economic Inquiry 27 (4), 719-735, 1989
121989
Population equilibrium in primitive societies
L Locay
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 37 (4), 747-767, 1997
111997
The absolution of history: Cuban living standards after sixty years of revolutionary rule
J Devereux, L Locay
Working paper, Department of economics at queens College CUNY, 2019
92019
Toward a Market Economy or Tinkering with Socialism
L Locay
Perspectives on Economic Reforms in Cuba, 1998
91998
Are user fees regressive? The welfare implications of charging for medical care in Peru
P Gertler, L Locay, W Sanderson
PAHO. Scientific Publication;(517), 1989, 1989
81989
Institutional requirements for successful market reforms
L Locay
Unpublished manuscript, 1995
71995
The Health of the Revolution: Explaining the Cuban Healthcare Paradox
J Devereux, L Locay
Queens College, CUNY, 2010
62010
Schooling vs. Human Capital: How Prepared Is Cuba’s Labor Force to Function in a Market Economy?
L Locay
Cuba in Transition 13, 2003
62003
The Effect of Socialism on the Entrepreneurial Abilities of Cuban Americans
L Locay, J Sanguinetty
Cuba in Transition 6, 320-327, 1996
61996
The Impact of the Revolution on Cuba’s Health Indices
L Locay, R Gonzalez
Unpublished Manuscript. University of Miami, 2008
52008
The Future of Cuba's Labor Market: Prospects and Recommendations
L Locay
University of Miami, Inst. for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, 2004
52004
The Effects of Spanish‐Language Background on Completed Schooling and Aptitude Test Scores
L Locay, TL Regan, AM Diamond Jr
Economic Inquiry 51 (1), 527-562, 2013
42013
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