Gustavo S. Cortes
Gustavo S. Cortes
Assistant Professor of Finance, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida
Verified email at warrington.ufl.edu - Homepage
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Mortgages for Machinery: Credit and Industrial Investment in Pre-World War I Brazil
GS Cortes, RL Marcondes, MDM Diaz
Financial History Review 21 (02), 191-212, 2014
14*2014
Deconstructing credibility: The breaking of monetary policy rules in Brazil
GS Cortes, CAC Paiva
Journal of International Money and Finance 74, 31-52, 2017
112017
Global Effects of the Brexit Referendum: Evidence from US Corporations
M Campello, GS Cortes, F d'Almeida, G Kankanhalli
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
10*2020
Credit Shock Propagation in Firm Networks: evidence from government bank credit expansions
GS Cortes, T Silva, BFN Van Doornik
Central Bank of Brazil, Research Department Working Papers Series, 2019
82019
The Evolution of Brazil’s Banking System
GS Cortes, RL Marcondes
The Oxford Handbook of the Brazilian Economy, 198-220, 2018
72018
Unconventional Monetary Policy and Disaster Risk: Evidence from the Subprime and COVID-19 Crises
G Cortes, G Gao, FBG Silva, Z Song
Available at SSRN 3642970, 2020
52020
Stock Volatility and the Great Depression
GS Cortes, MD Weidenmier
Review of Financial Studies 32 (9), 3544-3570, 2019
52019
Public Health Shocks and Product Pricing Behavior: Evidence from Life Insurance during the 1918‒19 Influenza Pandemic
GS Cortes, G Verdickt
3*2021
On the Irrelevance of Mercosur: Evidence From Foreign Direct Investment
CAC Paiva, GS Cortes
Latin American Business Review 15 (3-4), 291-314, 2014
32014
Regional Monetary Policies and the Great Depression
P Amir-Ahmadi, GS Cortes, MD Weidenmier
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
22020
Does Wall Street Understand Fed Speak? Monetary Policy Communication and Corporate Conference Calls
G Cortes, M Sethuraman, FBG Silva
Available at SSRN 3798794, 2021
2021
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