Mauricio Drelichman
Mauricio Drelichman
Professor of Economics, The University of British Columbia
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Lending to the borrower from hell: debt, taxes, and default in the age of Philip II
M Drelichman
Princeton University Press, 2014
The curse of Moctezuma: American silver and the Dutch disease
M Drelichman
Explorations in Economic History 42 (3), 349-380, 2005
The sustainable debts of Philip II: a reconstruction of Castile's fiscal position, 1566–1596
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
The journal of economic history 70 (4), 813-842, 2010
Lending to the Borrower from Hell: Debt and Default in the Age of Philip II
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
The Economic Journal 121 (557), 1205-1227, 2011
Serial defaults, serial profits: Returns to sovereign lending in Habsburg Spain, 1566–1600
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
Explorations in Economic History 48 (1), 1-19, 2011
Institutions and the resource curse in early modern Spain
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
Institutions and Economic Performance, 120-47, 2008
State and private institutions
D Bogart, M Drelichman, O Gelderblom, JL Rosenthal
The Cambridge economic history of modern Europe 1, 70-95, 2010
All that glitters: Precious metals, rent seeking and the decline of Spain
M Drelichman
European Review of Economic History 9 (3), 313-336, 2005
Debt sustainability in historical perspective: The role of fiscal repression
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
Journal of the European Economic Association 6 (2-3), 657-667, 2008
The long-run effects of religious persecution: Evidence from the Spanish Inquisition
M Drelichman, J Vidal-Robert, HJ Voth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Scienes 118 (33), e2022881118, 2021
Housing and the cost of living in early modern Toledo
M Drelichman, DG Agudo
Explorations in Economic History 54, 27-47, 2014
License to till: The privileges of the Spanish Mesta as a case of second-best institutions
M Drelichman
Explorations in Economic History 46 (2), 220-240, 2009
The gender wage gap in early modern Toledo, 1550–1650
M Drelichman, DG Agudo
The Journal of Economic History 80 (2), 351-385, 2020
Sons of something: Taxes, lawsuits, and local political control in sixteenth-century castile
M Drelichman
The Journal of Economic History 67 (3), 608-642, 2007
Risk sharing with the monarch: contingent debt and excusable defaults in the age of Philip II, 1556–1598
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
Cliometrica 9, 49-75, 2015
American silver and the decline of Spain
M Drelichman
Northwestern University, 2003
Duplication without constraints: Á lvarez‐N ogal and C hamley's analysis of debt policy under P hilip II
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
The Economic History Review 69 (3), 999-1006, 2016
Funding empire: risk, diversification, and the underwriting of early modern sovereign loans
M Drelichman, HJ Voth
Diversification, and the Underwriting of Early Modern Sovereign Loans (July …, 2011
Law, institutions and growth: a semiparametric study
M Drelichman
Universidad de San Andrés. Departamento de Economía, 2000
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations
L Boustan, T Jaworski, J Lewis, R Mill, M Drelichman, C Artunç, ...
The Journal of Economic History 75 (2), 531-562, 2015
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