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Department: Economic Analysis
José E. Boscá Departamento de Análisis Económico Universidad de Valencia Avda. de los Naranjos s/n 46022-Valencia e-mail:
(9638) 28239

Dr. José E. Boscá is Professor of Economics at the University of Valencia and Associated Researcher at FEDEA. He holds the Advanced Studies Certificate in International Economic Policy from Kiel Institute for the World Economy (Germany) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Valencia. J. Boscá has been senior invited research fellow at the University of Kent and collaborates regularly as external researcher with the Spanish Ministries of Economics and of Finance, the Rafael del Pino Foundation and BBVA Research. He is coauthor of REMS and EREMS, two dynamic general equilibrium models that BBVA Research and the Spanish Ministries of Economics and of Finance use to simulate macroeconomic policies and to evaluate shocks hitting the economy. He has published numerous articles in well-known international scientific journals on economic growth, business cycles, regional economics and fiscal policies. Among others these journals include European Economic Review, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Economica, Oxford Economic Papers, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Regional Science or Regional Studies.

Five selected publications:

  1. Andrés, J.; Boscá, J. E. y J. Ferri (2016): ‘Instruments, rules and household debt: the effects of fiscal policy, Oxford Economic Papers, 68, 419-443.
  2. Andrés, J.; Boscá, J. E. y J. Ferri (2015): ‘Household debt and fiscal multipliers’, Economica, 82, 1048-1081.
  3. Andrés, J., Boscá, J. E. y Ferri J. (2013): “Household Debt and Labor Market Fluctuations”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 37(9), 1771-1795.
  4. Boscá, J. E., Doménech, R. y Ferri J. (2011): “Search, Nash Bargaining and Rule of Thumb Consumers”, European Economic Review, 55, 927-942.
  5. Boscá, J. E., Doménech, R., Ferri, J., y J. Varela (Eds.) (2011): “The Spanish Economy: A General Equilibrium Perspective”. Palgrave MacMillan. Londres (Reino Unido). ISBN: 978-0-230-284654.
Subjects taught and teaching methods
35807 - Introductory economicsTheory
35877 - Introduction to economicsPractices
36122 - Dynamic macroeconomicsPractices, Theory
44944 - MacroeconomicsPractices, Theory
44960 - Master DissertationWork end of studies
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