José Ramón García and Valeri Sorolla show that the bargaining structure of southern European economies can lead to higher unemployment.
Researchers in the Barcelona GSE community have written several widely-read articles on CEPR’s policy portal, VoxEU.
Joan-Maria Esteban, Gilat Levy, and Laura Mayoral show how religiosity can have an impact on individual preferences and, thus, on labor supply.
A new study by Lídia Farré, Francesco Fasani, and Hannes Mueller suggests that an increase in the unemployment rate, caused by the collapse of the Spanish construction sector, led to a drastic increase in mental disorders.
Jan Eeckhout talks about the objectives, challenges, and potential impact of his ERC Advanced Grant Project.
Elena del Rey, Sergi Jiménez-Martín and Judit Vall-Castello explore the effects of a 1980 labor market reform in Spain that increased the statutory minimum working age.