Publications

Public Capital Maintenance and Congestion: Long-Run Growth and Fiscal Policies” (with S.Kalyvitis), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, December, (2008).

Endogenous Time Preference and Public Policy:  Growth and Fiscal Implications (with S.Kalyvitis), Macroeconomic Dynamics (2010).

Aging, Growth and the Allocation of Public Expenditures on Health and Education“, single authoredCanadian Journal of Economics (2014).

Optimal Fiscal Policy with Endogenous Time Preference, Journal of Public Economic Theory (2015), with S. Kalyvitis

Green Spending Reforms, Growth and Welfare with Endogenous Subjective Discounting, Macroeconomic Dynamics (2015), with E. Vella and S. Kalyvitis.

Dynamic Adjustment of Fiscal Policy under a Debt Crisis“, single authored, forthcoming, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2018). (link to Companion Appendix)

Working Papers

“Dynamic Status Effects, Savings and Income Inequality”, with S. Turnovsky (University of Washington) and R. Wendner (University of Graz).

“The Elimination of Common Rights and Comparative Economic Development in a Malthusian World”, with Ken Tabata (Kwansei University) and Vicky Fouka (Stanford University), (available upon request).

“Roads to Prosperity without Environmental Poverty: The Role of Impatience and Fiscal Policy” with S. Ghosh (Brunel University) and E. Vella (University of Sheffield) (available upon request).

“Structural Transformation and the Obesity Epidemic: Growth and Taxation”, with M. Katsaiti (UAE) and P. Shaw (Fordham University), (available upon request).

Work in progress

“On the Origins of Financialization”, with M. Delis (Montpellier Business School),

“Public Policy, Dynamic Status Preferences, and Wealth Inequality”, with S. Turnovsky (University of Washington) and R. Wendner (University of Graz).

“Duality in Subsistence Consumption, the Transition from Stagnation to Modern Growth and the Reversal of Fortunes”.

“A New Method of Solving the Ramsey Taxation in Continuous Time Endogenous Growth Models”.

“Longevity, Social Security, Health and Education”.

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