Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
IZA World of Labor role
Research Analyst, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Gender economics, family economics, labor markets, inequality, and taxation
Research Analyst, Banco de España; Consultant, OECD
PhD in Economics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (ongoing); Master in Economics of Public Policy, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2018
"The child penalty in Spain." SERIEs (Journal of the Spanish Economic Association) (2020) (with L. Hospido and C. Sanz).
The Spanish Survey of Household Finances (eff): Description and Methods of the 2017 Wave. Banco de España Occasional Papers 2033, 2020 (with C. Barceló, L. Crespo, S. García-Uribe, C. Gento, and M. Gómez).
Risky Mortgages, Credit Shocks and Cross-border Spillovers. ESRB Working Paper Series 123, 2021 (with A. Buesa and F. J. Población García).
Should divorce be easier or harder? Updated
The evidence, though weak, favors legal, easy, unilateral divorceLibertad GonzalezAlicia de Quinto, December 2021Many countries have enacted legislation over the past few decades making divorce easier. Some countries have legalized divorce where it had previously been banned, and many have eased the conditions required for a divorce, such as allowing unilateral divorce (both spouses do not have to agree on the divorce). Divorce laws can regulate the grounds for divorce, division of property, child custody, and child support or maintenance payments. Reforms can have a range of social effects beyond increasing the divorce rate. They can influence female labor supply, marriage and fertility rates, child well-being, household saving, and even domestic violence and crime.MoreLess