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Professor | maximo.rossi@cienciassociales.edu.uy | Teléfono (598)99623815 interno 684

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Education:

  •  2009  PhD in Economics, Universidad de Granada, Spain
  • 1976 Economista, Universidad de la Republica,  Uruguay
  • Editorial Board
  • Economics

 

Publicaciones recientes

Cantera, Luciana; Miles, Daniel y Rossi, Máximo: “Imagen corporal y felicidad”. European Scientific Journal.  Forthcoming.

Bucheli, Marisa; Rossi, Máximo and Amábile, Florencia: Inequality and Poverty in Uruguay by Race: the Impact of Fiscal Policies. Journal of Economic Inequality (Springer). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10888-017-9373-7.

Bucheli, Marisa; Gerstenbluth, Mariana and Rossi, Máximo: “Competition and food intake: A laboratory study”. European Scientific Journal (ESJ). 

Miles, Daniel y Rossi, Máximo: “Trust and Confidence in Institutions: religious beliefs and educational attainment”. European Scientific Journal (ESJ). 

Bucheli, Marisa and Rossi, Máximo: Attitudes Towards Partner Violence and Gender Roles in Uruguayan Women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (JIV). Volume 32, Issue 23, December 2017, pp 3693-3705. 

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Bogliacino, Francesco y Rossi, Máximo: “Introducción al número especial DESIGUALDAD”. Cuadernos de Economía. Volumen 36, Número 72, 2017. ISSN electrónico 2248-4337. ISSN impreso 0121-4772. DOI: 

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Rossi, Máximo; Ferre, Zuleika; Curuchet, María Rosa; Giménez, Ana and Ares, Gastón: “Influence of socio-demographic characteristics on different dimensions of household food insecurity in Montevideo, Uruguay”. Public Health Nutrition (Cambridge Journals). Volumen 20 – Issue 4 – March. DOI:   Abstract

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Rossi, Máximo, Chouhy, Cecilia, Mussio, Irene and Borraz, Fernando: Vigilance justice and policy protocols in the Latin American South Cone. Sociology International Journal – Volume 1 Issue 1, 2017. 

Rossi, Máximo; Ferre, Zuleika; Curuchet, María Rosa; Giménez, Ana and Ares, Gastón: “Influence of socio-demographic characteristics on different dimensions of household food insecurity in Montevideo, Uruguay”. Public Health Nutrition (Cambridge Journals). Forthcoming.

Miles, Daniel y Rossi, Máximo: “Cultural transmission of civic attitudes“. SpringerPlus. DOI: 10.1186/s40064-016-2616-4.

Ateka, Victoria; Gerstenbluth, Mariana; Mussio, Irene y Rossi, Máximo: “How do cultural activities influence happiness?: the relation between self reported well-being and leisure“. Estudios Económicos. vol. 31, núm. 2, julio-diciembre 2016.

Bucheli, Marisa y Rossi, Maximo: Attitudes Towards Partner Violence and Gender Roles in Uruguayan Women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (JIV).

Borraz, F., C. Chouhy, & M. Rossi. Actitudes favorables a las acciones por fuera de la ley para combatir el delito en Uruguay: el rol de la inseguridad y las creencias generales, Cuaderno de Economia- Universidad Católica del Uruguay.

Bucheli, M., N. Lustig, M. Rossi & F. Amábile. Social Spending, Taxes and Income Redistribution in Uruguay, Public Finance Review, 42(3), pp: 413-433. on-line: DOI: 10.1177/1091142113493493.

Borraz, Fernando; González, Nicolás and Rossi, Maximo: “Polarization and middle class in Uruguay” Latin American Journal of Economics, Vol. 50, No. 2, pp. 289-326.

Bucheli, Marisa; Lustig, Nora; Amabile, Florencia and Rossi, Maximo“Social Spending, Taxes, and Income Redistribution in Uruguay”. Public Finance Review. Published online July 2013. DOI: 10.1177/1091142113493493. 

Gerstenblüth, Mariana y Rossi, Maximo: Are healthier people happier? Evidence from Chile and Uruguay “. Development in Practice. Routledge. Volume 23, Issue 2,  2013.

Gerstenblüth, Mariana; Melgar, Natalia y Rossi, Maximo:  “Ingreso y desigualdad. ¿cómo afectan a la felicidad en América Latina?”. Revista Cuadernos de Economía, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Vol. XXXII Nº 59. I Semestre 2013. 

Gerstenblüth, Mariana; Melgar, Natalia, Pagano, Juan Pablo  y Rossi, Máximo: “How do inequality affect tax morale in Latin America and Caribbean?”. Revista de Economía del Rosario. Vol. 15- Nº 2 . Junior -Dic 2012. 123-135.

Melgar, Natalia; Milgram, Juliette and  Rossi, Máximo: “Explaining Protectionism Support: The Role of Economic Factors”. ISRN Economics. http://www.hindawi.com. , 2013, 1-14.

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo; Smith, Tom: “Individual Attitudes Towards Others, Misanthropy Analysis in a Cross-Country Perspective”. American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Wiley-Blackwell, ISSN 0002-9246. 72 (1), 222-241. 

Borraz, Fernando; Ferrés, Daniel and Rossi, Máximo: “Assesment of the distributive impact of national trade reforms in Brazil”. Journal of Economic Inequality (Springer), Vol 10, 2012.

Borraz, Fernando; Ferrés, Daniel and Rossi, Máximo: “Distributive Effects of Regional Trade Agreements on the ‘Small Trading Partners’: Mercosur and the Case of Uruguay and Paraguay”. Journal of Development Studies (Taylor & Francis).  .  

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo: “When do people become adults? The Uruguayan case ”. International Journal of Population Research . ISSN  2090-4029. Volume 2012, Article ID 425325. Volume 2012 (2012).

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo: “A cross-country analysis of the risk factors for depression at the micro and macro level”. American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Wiley-Blackwell, ISSN 0002-9246. 71(2): 354-376.

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo: “Involvement in environmental causes, does the joint effect between subjective income and the performance of the country matter?”. Economía del Rosario, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia. Vol. 15. Nº 1. Enero-Junio 2012. Pag. 1-18.

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo: “Permissiveness toward illegal actions in Uruguay. Has this attitude changed in time?”. Economics Research International. Forthcoming.

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo; Smith, Tom: “Individual Attitudes Towards Others, Misanthropy Analysis in a Cross-Country Perspective”. American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Wiley-Blackwell, ISSN 0002-9246. Forthcoming

Balsa, Ana; Rossi, Maximo y Triunfo, Patricia: “Horizontal inequity in access to health care in four south american cities”. Revista Economía del Rosario. Universidad del Rosario, Colombia. Vol. 14. Nº 1. Enero-junio 2011. pag. 69-92.

Bucheli, Marisa; Melgar, Natalia; Rossi; Maximo and Smith, Tom: “Job satisfaction and the individual educational level, re-assessing their relationships”. International Journal of Arts & Sciences, ISSN: 1944-6934 :: 4(12):255–266. Forthcoming.

Ferre, Zuleika; Gerstenblüth, Mariana; Rossi, Máximo y Triunfo, Patricia: “The impact of teenage childbearing on educational outcomes”. Journal of Developing Areas. Muse. Forthcoming.

Ferre, Zuleika; Gerstenblüth, Mariana; Rossi, Máximo y Triunfo, Patricia: “Sexual Initiation Decisions Among Adolescent Women: The Uruguayan Case”. Sexuality Research and Social Policy. University of California Press.

V.8(2), p. 103-111.

Ferre, Zuleika; Gerstenblüth, Mariana y Rossi, Máximo: “Satisfacción con la vida, fe religiosa y asistencia al templo en Uruguay”. Revista de Investigación Social. UNAM. México. 7(10), p9-29.

Azar, K.; Gerstenblüth, Mariana & Rossi, Máximo: “Moral fiscal en el Cono Sur”. Desarrollo y Sociedad. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. Nº 65, Primer Semestre/10. pp. 43-69.

Borraz, F.; Pozo, S. & Rossi, Máximo:  “And What About the Family Back Home? International Migration and Happiness”. Journal of Business Strategy. Emerald. (ISSN: 0275-6668).Forthcoming.

Ferre, Zuleika; Gersntenblüth, Mariana & Rossi, Máximo: Religión y religiosidad en Uruguay. Cuadernos del Claeh, n.º 99. Revista uruguaya de ciencias sociales, Montevideo, 2.ª serie, año 32.

Ferre, Zuleika; Melgar, Natalia & Rossi, Máximo: “Responsabilidad  social en Uruguay: Qué hacen las empresas y qué piensan los ciudadanos”. International Business Journal (Revista de Negocios Internacionales). ISSN 2027-2340.  Universidad EAFIT. Colombia

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo & Smith, T.: “The perception of corruption in a cross-country perspective: why are some individuals more perceptive than others?”. Brazilian Journal of Applied Economics. Vol.14, n.2 pp.183-198. ISSN1413-8050. Universidad de San Pablo, Brasil. 

 Melgar, Natalia & Rossi, Máximo; Smith, T.:  “The perception of corruption”. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Oxford University Press (ISSN 0954-2892). Vol.22, issue Nº 1, pag 120-131, Spring 2010.

Balsa, A.; Ferres, D.; Rossi, Máximo; Triunfo, Patricia: “Inequidades socioeconómicas en el uso de servicios sanitarios del adulto mayor montevideano”. Estudios Económicos, vol. 24, número 1, enero-junio, El Colegio de México.

Brañas, P.; Zaclicever, Dayna; Rossi, Máximo: Individual’s religiosity enhances trust: Latin American evidence for the puzzle, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (JMC&B) Vol. 41, issue 2-3, marzo-abril, Ohio State University.

Cid, Alejandro; Ferrés, D.; Rossi, Máximo: “Subjective well-being among the elderly in the southern cone: health, income and family”. Egitania Sciencia, Nº5 (ISSN 1646-8848), pp. 17-38. Instituto Politécnico da Guarda Portugal.

Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Máximo: Perception of corruption in Uruguay. Revista de Economía y Administración, Universidad de Concepción (ISSN 0716-0100), Chile. Año XLV – Nº 70. pp. 45-57, Junio 2008.

Pagano, Juan Pablo; Rossi, Máximo; Triunfo, Patricia: Obesidad e Hipertensión en el adulto mayor del Uruguay. Desarrollo y Sociedad, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia (ISSN 0120-3584). Nº 64, pag 207-237, setiembre 2009.

Pagano, Juan Pablo; Rijo, N.; Rossi, Máximo: Fecundidad y oferta laboral femenina en Uruguay. Un enfoque económico. Población y salud en Mesoamérica. Revista electrónica semestral ISSN 1659-0201. Centro Centroamericano de Población. Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica.

Rossi, Máximo; Triunfo, Patricia: “Medical behavior: an application to cesarean section delivery in Uruguay”, International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics. (2009) 9:333-345. Springer Netherlands.

Rossi, Ianina y Máximo Rossi: “Religiosity: A comparison between Latin Europe and Latin America” En: The International Social Survey Program 1984 – 2009. Charting the Globe. Editores: Max Haller (University of Graz, Austria), Roger Jowell (City University, London) y Tom W. Smith (NORC, University of Chicago). Editorial: Routledge, member of the Taylor & Francis Group. ISBN: 978-0-415- 49192-1 Link: 

Borraz, Fernando, Ferrés, Daniel y Rossi, Maximo: Assessment of the Distributive Impact of Trade Reforms in Uruguay. Libro: Theory and Evidence on Growth, Trade and Economic Development: with Special Reference to Latin America. Editor: Gerardo Angeles Castro. Editorial: Routledge.

Soruco, Ximena; Piani, Giorgina; Rossi, Máximo: “What emigration leaves behind: the situation of emigrants and their families in Ecuador” en Discrimination in Latin America. Inter-American Development Bank – LADF Series World Bank. ISBN: 978-0-8213-7837-3

Rossi, Máximo; Triunfo, Patricia: “Gastar en cuidados médicos: ¿es un lujo para los montevideanos?, en Cleto del Rey, E. y Paz, J. (editores): “Ensayos en economía de la salud”, Temas, 233-246, 2007.

Journal of Economic Inequality (Springer); Journal of Happiness Studies (Springer); International Journal of Public Opinion Research (Oxford); Journal of Economics and International Finance (JEIF); Revista Internacional de Sociología (RIS, España); Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity (JEOD); Perspectivas (Mexico); Cuadernos de Economía (Universidad Nacional de Colombia); Journal of Applied Economics (CEMA); Estudios Económicos (El Colegio de México); African Journal of Agriculture Research; Neuroscience & Medicine (NM); American Journal of Economics and Sociology (Wiley); Semestre Económico (Universidad de Medellín, Colombia); European Societies (Taylor & Francis); Pan American Journal of Public Health; Journal of Developing Areas; Religions; Public Opinion Quarterly (POQ Oxford Journals); Economía y Administración (E&A), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (IIES-UNAH); The European Journal of Health Economics. EJHE; ÁNFORA, Universidad Autónoma de Manizales, Colombia; Journal of Socio Economics (Elsevier); Review of Economics of the Household (Springer); Development in Practice (Taylor & Francis); Contemporary Economic Policy (Wiley); Economía, Sociedad y Territorio (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México); Journal of Scientific Research and Reports (SCIENCEDOMAIN international); SAGE Open; Ecological Economics; Plos One; Journal of Contemporary European Studies; Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics; The Social Science Journal.

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