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Martin Lopez-Daneri September 2019

Address: Temple University. Department of Economics. Phone: + 1 (215) 204-5026


1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue. Ritter Annex 801. E-mail: martin.lopez-daneri@temple.edu
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091. Web Site: http://www.mlopezdaneri.com/

Actual Position
2017 - present Assistant Professor. Temple University, Economics Department.

Education
2012 Ph.D. in Economics. The University of Iowa, Department of Economics.
Dissertation: “Essays on Income Taxation and Idiosyncratic Risk”
Committee: Gustavo Ventura (Chair), Antonio Galvao, Srihari Govindan,
Guillaume Vandenbroucke, and Charles Whiteman.

2009 M.A. in Economics. The University of Iowa, Department of Economics.

2006 Coursework for M.A. Statistics. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Department of Mathematics.

2006 Specialist in Mathematical Statistics (Graduate Degree). Universidad de Buenos Aires,


Department of Mathematics.

2003 Licentiate in Economics. Universidad Catolica Argentina, Department of Economics.

Major Fields of Concentration


Macroeconomics
Public Finance
Idiosyncratic Risk and Inequality
Applied Econometrics

Publications
1. Lopez-Daneri, M. (2016). “NIT picking: The macroeconomic effects of a Negative
Income Tax.” Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 68, pp.1-16.
2. Guner, N., Lopez-Daneri, M. and Ventura, G. (2016). “Heterogeneity and Government
revenues: Higher taxes at the top?” Journal of Monetary Economics, 80, pp.69-85.

Working Papers
1. “Life-cycle Patterns of Earnings Shocks: A Bayesian Approach.” September 2019. Sub-
mitted.

2. “Tax Reforms and Trickle-Down Effects: Does Cutting Taxes to the Rich Help the
Poor and Pay for Themselves?” Joint work with Sandra Lizarazo-Ruiz, Adrian Peralta-Alva,
and Damien Puy. October 2019.

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Works in Progress
1. “The Working Man in Despair: How the Decline of the Manufacturing Sector shaped
the Life-Cycle Dynamics of Consumption.”
2. “A New Way Of Thinking About An Old Problem: Estimating the Elasticity of Taxable
Income with IV Panel Quantile Regression.” Joint work with Roberto Ramos.
3. “You Should Talk To My Accountant: The Role of Tax Avoidance in Achieving a
Progressive Fiscal Reform.” Joint work with Nezih Guner, Roberto Ramos, and Gustavo
Ventura.
4. “The Weaker Sex? The Rise of Dual-Earner Families and Male-Based Recessions.”
Joint work with Ayşe İmrohoroğlu, and André Victor D. Luduvice.
5. “Still Punching The Clock? The Aggregate Effects of Flexible Working Environ-
ments.” Joint work with Salvador Ortigueira.
6. “The Anatomy of Fiscal Consolidations: Everything You Always Wanted to Know
About Them But Were Afraid to Ask.” Joint work with Paul Klein and Gustavo Ventura.
7. “Cash-Strapped Inventors: The Network Effects of a Credit Crunch on R&D.”

Honors and Awards


• Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Economics Department, University of Iowa. 2011-2012.
• Summer Fellowship, Economics Department, University of Iowa. 2011.
• Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Award to the best presented papers at the 15th Annual
LACEA Meeting. Colombia, Medellin. November 2010.
• Outstanding Research Paper Award, Department of Economics, University of Iowa. 2009-2010.
• Graduate Student Senator, University of Iowa. 2010-2011.
• University of Iowa Scholarship for Graduate Studies. 2007-2011.
• Fulbright Scholarship for Graduate Studies. 2007-2009 (Home Residence Requirement Fulfilled).
• Honors Diploma in Economics (Highest Honors), Universidad Catolica Argentina. March 2003.

Employment History
2015 - 2017 Post-doctoral Fellow. University of Southern California, USC-Dornsife INET.

2012 - 2014 Senior Economist. Central Bank of Chile. Santiago, Chile (Residence: Argentina).

2013 - 2014 Invited Professor. IAE Business School. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2006 - 2007 Teaching Assistant. Universidad de San Andres. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005 - 2005 Financial Analyst. La Luz Finanzas Corporativas. Corporate Finance Consulting Firm.
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2004 - 2005 Economist. Ministry of Economy and Public Finance (INDEC). Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2003 - 2004 Financial Analyst (Young Professionals Program). Alpargatas S.A.I.C., Leading Footwear
and Textile Manufacturer. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2003 - 2003 Trainee. Transparency International. Poder Ciudadano. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2003 - 2007 Teaching Assistant. Universidad Catolica Argentina. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Courses Taught
Temple University.
Macroeconomic Theory I (Graduate Course): Fall 2017–19.
Reading Macro Group (Graduate Course): Fall 2018–19, Spring 2019.
Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (Undergraduate Course): Spring 2018–19.

IAE Business School. Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Macroeconomics (MBA Course): Invited Professor (2013 and 2014).

The University of Iowa.


Intermediate Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Course): Instructor (Summer 2010)
Applied Econometrics (Graduate Course): Teaching Assistant (Spring 2010–11)
Econometrics (Graduate Course): Teaching Assistant (Fall 2009–10)
Math Camp (Math Refresh Course for Entering PhD class): Instructor (Summer 2009, Summer 2011)
Principles of Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Course): Head Teaching Assistant (Fall 2008, Spring 2009)
Principles of Macroeconomics (Undergraduate Course): Teaching Assistant (Fall 2007, Spring 2008)

Universidad de San Andres. Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Statistics I (Undergraduate Course): Head Teaching Assistant (2006–07)

Universidad Catolica Argentina (UCA). Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Statistics II (Undergraduate Course): Teaching Assistant and Head TA (2003–07)

Advising
Co-Advisor:
Hou Shuoshuo (Ph.D. Temple University 2021, expected)
Du You (Ph.D. Temple University 2021, expected)
Elisa Nath (Ph.D. Temple University 2021, expected)

Dissertation Committee:
André Victor Doherty Luduvice (Ph.D. UPenn 2020, expected)
Mark Robinson (Ph.D. Temple University 2021, expected)
Elisheva Stern (Ph.D. Temple University 2021, expected)

Professional Services
Conference and Seminar Organization:
Brown Bag Macro Seminar (Co-Organizer). Temple University. 2019–20.
Conference on Big Data in Economics (Co-Organizer). USC-Dornsife INET. October 2016.
INET Conference on Networks (Program Committee). USC-Dornsife INET. November 2015.
California Econometrics Conference (Program Committee). USC-Dornsife INET. September 2015.

Committees:
College of Liberal Arts Grievance Committee (Chairman). Temple University. 2019.
Seminar Organizing Committee. Temple University. 2019–20.
Committee of Undergraduate Affairs. Temple University. 2017–19.
Editorial Committee Temple Economics Working Paper Series. 2017–20.
Macroeconomics Qualifying Exam Committee. 2017–20.
Recruiting Committee. August-October 2018.

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Refereeing:
B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Canadian Journal of Economics, European Economic Review,
International Economic Review, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Economic
Theory, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of the European
Economic Association, Macroeconomic Dynamics, The Economic Journal, and The Scandinavian
Journal of Economics.

Conference and Seminar Presentations


Africa Meeting of the Econometric Society (AFES 2019), LACEA (2017), Rice University-Baker Institute
(2017), Universidad del Rosario (2017), Universidad de Los Andes (2017), CEMLA (2017), Temple Uni-
versity (2017), USC-Dornsife Institute of New Economic Thinking (2016), University of Houston (2015),
USC (2015), California State University Fullerton (2015), CIREQ Workshop1 (2014), NBER1 (2014), Cen-
tral Bank of Chile (2013), LACEA (2013), SED1 (2013), Workshop on Labor Economics (University of
Chile, 2013), Montevideo Meeting (2012), University of Chile (2012), EAFIT (2012), Universidad Adolfo
Ibañez (2012), PUC-Chile (2012), Central Bank of Chile (2012), Central Bank of Uruguay (2011), North
American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society (2011), LACEA (2010), Missouri Graduate Stu-
dents Economics Seminar (2010), Iowa Alumni (2010), Institute of Mathematical Statistics Meeting (IMS,
2006), X Annual Brazilian School of Probability Meeting (XEBP, 2006).

Skills
Software Engineering Skills:
FORTRAN and OpenMP
R, S-Plus and Matlab
SAS, STATA, X-12 Arima, and Lem
Statistixs, Demetra, and E-Views
WinEdt, SWP, and LATEX

Languages:
Spanish (native)
English (proficient)

1 Presented by co-author.

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