Roberto Ramos

Roberto Ramos is an Economist at the Public Sector and Fiscal Policy Unit of the Bank of Spain. He received his Masters and Doctorate in Economics from CEMFI, Madrid. He is a member of the Working Group on Public Finance at the European Central Bank and the Working Group on Ageing Populations and Sustainability at the European Commission. In 2012 he visited Harvard University as Associate to the Department of Economics. His research interests include International Economics, Fiscal Policies and Applied Econometrics. 

Researcher's Grant Projects

This study quantify the effect of high transportation costs on productivity and welfare in India, particularly by examining supply to remote areas and the holders of monopoly power. 
Researchers: Manuel Garcia-Santana, José Asturias, Scott Petty, Roberto Ramos
Grants Round: 10th Round
Country: India