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AÑON HIGON, MARIA DOLORES

AÑON HIGON, MARIA DOLORES

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Biography
 

Dr. Dolores Añón Higón is Full Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Associate Researcher of the Social and Economic Behaviour Institute (ERI-CES) at the Universitat de València (UV). Before joining the UV in 2008, she worked at Aston University, and Warwick University. Dolores is an applied economist whose main research interest is to understand the drivers and impediments of productivity enhancement, with a particular focus on innovation, digitization, and internationalization strategies. She has published in Industrial and Corporate ChangeInformation & ManagementOxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, and Research Policy, among others. Her research has been funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Research (currently as Principal Investigator); the UK Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), the European Commission, the British Academy, the NESTA Foundation, and various government agencies including UKTI, and DTI, as well as local governments (Generalitat Valenciana, Manchester Independent Economic Review) and private sector (BBVA Foundation).

Five selected/recent publications:

  1. Añón Higón, D. (2022). The persistence and cross-persistence of R&D outsourcing: onshore and offshore strategiesEconomics of Innovation and New Technology, In press
  2. Añón Higón, D., Bonvin, D. (2022). Information and communication technologies and firms’ export performanceIndustrial and Corporate Change. In press
  3. Añón Higón, D., Díez-Minguela, A. (2021). Do universities matter for the location of foreign R&D? BRQ Business Research Quarterly. In press.
  4. Añón Higón, D., J. Gómez, P. Vargas (2017). Complementarities in innovation strategy: do intangibles play a role in enhancing firm performance? Industrial and Corporate Change, 26, 5, 2017, 865-886.
  5. Añón Higón, D. (2016). In-house versus external basic research and first-to-market innovations. Research Policy, 45(4), 816-829.

Web page: https://www.uv.es/madoahi/

 

BALDOVI TRULL, VICENTE

BALDOVI TRULL, VICENTE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Campus dels Tarongers. Edifici Departamental, 4a planta - despatx 3F09 Av. dels Tarongers, s/n, 46022 València, Valencia

96 382 83 49 (D)

vicente.baldovi@uv.es

Biography
 

Vicente Baldovi Trull is Part-Time Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Economics II (Economic Structure) in University of Valencia (UV). He holds a Business Management Degree from UV, and a high degree in Marketing Research. During his student days, he had the opportunity to obtain a Management & Culture Certificate at the University of Linköping (Sweden), thanks to the Erasmus Program.

After working in different economy sectors such as construction, finance and social economy, he completed a Master's in International Business Management as a scholarship holder at the Center for Economic and Commercial Studies (CECO) of ICEX Spain Export & Investment.
Thereafter he got a one-year period of internship at the Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy in Oman.

Currently, and after having been involved in several business internationalization projects, he combines teaching at the UV with his job as an Economic Promotion Technician in a Local Council. His areas of interest are international economy, competitiveness, value creation processes and public sector efficiency.

BELTRAN ESTEVE, M MERCEDES

BELTRAN ESTEVE, M MERCEDES

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
BOIX DOMENECH, RAFAEL B.

BOIX DOMENECH, RAFAEL B.

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Departament d'Estructura Econòmica, Universitat de València Edifici Departamental Oriental, Campus dels Tarongers Avda. dels Tarongers, S/N (4P15), 46022 - València ( España )

(9616) 25033

rafael.boix@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr Rafael Boix is Full Professor at the Departament d'Estructura Economica, Universitat de València. Ph.D. in Economics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He previously held academic position at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and has been visiting researcher at the Politecnico di Milano, visiting professor at the European Business Module of the Università degli Studi di Firenze and in the master courses of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and Escola d'Administració Pública de Catalunya. He has been external consultant for the OECD and has participated in applied research for the Barcelona City Hall, Barcelona's Province, Valencia Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Industry, and the European Commission.

Fields of interest Regional and urban economics; creative industries; industrial districts; networks of cities

Recent publications:

- Boix R, Galletto V, Sforzi F, Capone F (2022): “Living innovation machines: modelling innovation in time and space variable-geometry territorial units using machine learning”, European Planning Studies. DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2022.2134727.

- Boix R, Galletto V, Capone F (2022): “Searching for 'rare diamonds'? Industrial districts and innovation in Spain and Italy”, Competitiveness Review.  DOI 10.1108/CR-11-2021-0155.

- Boix R, De Miguel B, Rausell P (2022): “The impact of cultural and creative industries on the wealth of countries, regions and municipalities", European Planning Studies, 27:10, 1940-1958. DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2021.1909540.

- Boix R, Peiró J, Rausell P (2021): “Creative industries and productivity in the European regions. Is there a Mediterranean effect?”, Regional Science Policy & Practice, 13(5), p.1546-1564. DOI: 10.1111/rsp3.12395.

CALATAYUD GALIANA, CAROLINA

CALATAYUD GALIANA, CAROLINA

PI-Invest Formacio Predoc Fpu
CRESPO CEPAS, JUAN SALVADOR

CRESPO CEPAS, JUAN SALVADOR

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
ESTEVE GARCIA, VICENTE

ESTEVE GARCIA, VICENTE

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
ESTEVE PEREZ, SILVIANO

ESTEVE PEREZ, SILVIANO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica
FEO VALERO, MARIA CONCEPCION

FEO VALERO, MARIA CONCEPCION

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Secretari/a d' Institut Universitari

(9616) 25427

maria.feo@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. María Feo Valero is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Economics II (Estructura Econòmica), University of Valencia. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics by the University of Valencia. Most of her professional activity has focused on research in the area of transport economics: initially at the Valenciaport Foundation as R&D project manager (2004-2012) and then as assistant professor at the University Jaume I of Castellón (2012-2016) and, since 2016, as associate professor at the University of Valencia and Associate Researcher of the Institute of International Economics (IEI). Within the area of transport economics her work has focused on the modelling of the freight transport demand and the analysis of its determinants through advanced discrete choice models and stated preference techniques. She has collaborated in competitive national research projects and international projects and her work has been published in international journals of the area.

Five selected/recent publications:

  1. ARTICLE: Feo-Valero, M., Martínez-Moya, J. 2022. Shippers vs. freight forwarders: Do they differ in their port choice decisions? Evidence from the Spanish ceramic tile industry. Research in Transportation Economics 95.
  2. ARTICLE: Vega, A., Feo-Valero, M., Espino, R. 2021. Understanding maritime transport route choice among Irish exporters: A latent class approach. Research in Transportation Economics 90.
  3. ARTICLE: Martínez-Moya, J., Feo-Valero, M. 2020. Measuring foreland container port connectivity disaggregated by destination markets: An index for Short Sea Shipping services in Spanish ports. Journal of Transport Geography 89.
  4. ARTICLE: Vega, A., Feo-Valero, M., Espino, R. 2018. The potential impact of Brexit on Ireland’s demand for shipping services to continental Europe. Transport Policy 71, 1-13.
  5. BOOK CHAPTER: Feo-Valero, M., Vega, A., Vázquez-Paja, B. 2021. The Value of Time in Freight Transport. In: Vickerman, Roger (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Transportation. vol. 3, pp. 236-241. UK: Elsevier Ltd.
FERRERA DIAZ, JOAQUIN

FERRERA DIAZ, JOAQUIN

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Despacho: 4F12 Tutoría: jueves de 13:30 a 15:00

963828352 (D)

joaquin.ferrera@uv.es

FORNAS CALVIÑO, MANUEL

FORNAS CALVIÑO, MANUEL

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
GIL PAREJA, SALVADOR

GIL PAREJA, SALVADOR

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs
Biography
 

Dr. Salvador Gil Pareja has a degree and PhD in Economic and Business Sciences from the Universitat de València (Extraordinary Award in both cases) and an MSc in Economics from University College London. He has done research visits at Fedea, the Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University, the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank and at several Spanish universities. He is author of twenty book chapters and more than 50 articles published in prestigious journals such as European Economic Review, Journal of Development Economics, Review of World Economics, Review of International Economics, The World Economy or Oxford Economic Papers, among others. He was elected member of the board of directors and treasurer of the Spanish Association of Economics and International Finance (2005-2011), associate editor of the Revista de Economía Aplicada (2006-2016), coordinator of the Degree in Economics (2013-2015) and head of the Department of Estructura Económica of the University of Valencia (2015-2021). Moreover, he has participated in several teaching manuals and he has received several recognitions and awards for his teaching.

Five selected/recent publications:

  1. Esteve-Pérez, S., Gil-Pareja, S. y Llorca-Vivero, R. (2020): Does the GATT/WTO promote trade? After all, Rose was right, Review of World Economics, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10290-019-00367-w.
  2. Gil-Pareja, S., Llorca-Vivero, R. y Paniagua, J. (2019): “Trade law and trade flows”, The World Economy, disponible en https://doi.org/10.1111/twec.12886
  3. Gil-Pareja, S., Llorca-Vivero, R. y Martínez-Serrano, J. A. (2014): “Do nonreciprocal preferential trade agreements increase beneficiaries’ exports?”, Journal of Development Economics, 107, págs. 291-304.
  4. Gil-Pareja, S., Llorca-Vivero, R. y Martínez-Serrano, J. A. (2008): “Trade effects of monetary agreements: Evidence for OECD countries”, European Economic Review, 52, págs. 733-755.
  5. Gil-Pareja, S. (2003): “Pricing to Market Behaviour in European Car Markets”, European Economic Review, 47, págs. 945-962. (Top 10 most requested articles at EER, 2003).
HERNANDEZ DE ALBA MIR, VICENTE

HERNANDEZ DE ALBA MIR, VICENTE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Campus dels Tarongers. Edificio Departamental, 3a planta - despacho 3F09 Av. dels Tarongers, s/n, 46022 Valencia, Valencia. Teléfono despacho 3F09: 9638 28570

vicente.hernandez-alba@uv.es

Biography
 

[Biography, english version]

HERNANDEZ SANCHO, FRANCESC

HERNANDEZ SANCHO, FRANCESC

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Secretari/a de Departament
LATORRE SILVESTRE, JORGE LUIS

LATORRE SILVESTRE, JORGE LUIS

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
LLOPIS GILABERT, BEATRIZ

LLOPIS GILABERT, BEATRIZ

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
LLORCA VIVERO, RAFAEL ARTURO

LLORCA VIVERO, RAFAEL ARTURO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a de Departament

4P16

(9638) 28353

rafael.llorca@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. Rafael Llorca Vivero earned a Bachelor degree in Economics (with distintcion) at the Universitat de València (Valencia, Spain), a Master Science in Economics (with distinction) at University College London and a PhD at the University of Valencia. He is now Professor of Applied Economics in the Economic Structure Department of the Universitat de València. His main research area of interest is in the ambit of International Trade. He has published in journals such as European Economic Review, Journal of Development Economics, Review of World Economics, Review of International Economics, The World Economy or Oxford Economic Papers, among others.

 

Five selected/recent publications:

 

  1. (2015) Regional export promotion offices and trade margins, S Gil-Pareja, R Llorca-Vivero, JA Martínez-Serrano, F Requena-Silvente, Review of World Economics 151 (1), 145-167.
  2. (2014) Do nonreciprocal preferential trade agreements increase beneficiaries' exports?, S Gil-Pareja, R Llorca-Vivero, JA Martínez-Serrano, Journal of Development Economics 107, 291-304.
  3. (2008) Terrorism and international tourism: New evidence, R Llorca‐Vivero, Defence and Peace Economics 19 (2), 169-188.
  4. (2008) Trade effects of monetary agreements: evidence for OECD countries, S Gil-Pareja, R Llorca-Vivero, JA Martínez-Serrano, European Economic Review 52 (4), 733-755.
  5. (2007) The effect of EMU on tourism, S Gil‐Pareja, R Llorca‐Vivero, JA Martínez‐Serrano, Review of International Economics 15 (2), 302-312.
MAÑEZ CASTILLEJO, JUAN ANTONIO

MAÑEZ CASTILLEJO, JUAN ANTONIO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

(9638) 28356

juan.a.manez@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. Juan A. Máñez studied Economics at the University of Valencia (Degree in Economics) and at the University of Warwick (M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Economics). At the moment, he is Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics, and Associated Researcher of the Social and Economic Behaviour Institute (ERI-CES) at the University of Valencia. He teaches International Trade, Industrial Organization and Microeconometrics. His research deals primarily with the role of trade and innovation activities on manufacturing firms’ performance. He is also active in other research related issues, such as intangibles, firm survival, strategic decisions and experimental economics. The research work resulted in a number of publications (43 scientific publications, from which 32 are in JCR journals). He has been involved in 31 national (6 of them as team leader) and 3 international projects (3 EU projects and 1 World Bank project). He has attended around 130 national and international conferences and workshops.

 

Five selected/recent publications:

 

  1. Mañez, J.A., Mínguez, C., Rochina, M.E., Sanchis, J.A., 2019, Trading activities, productivity and markups: evidence from Spanish manufacturing, World Economy, DOI. 10.1111/twec.12892
  2. Mañez, J.A., Pérez-López, G., Prior, D. And J.L. Zafra-Gómez, 2016, Understanding the Dynamic Effect of Contracting Out on the Delivery of Local Public Services. Regional Studies, 50(12), 2069-2080.
  3. Manjón, M. and J.A. Mañez, 2016, Production function estimation in Stata using the Ackerberg–Caves–Frazer method. Stata Journal, 16(4), 1046-1059.
  4. Mañez, J.A., Rochina, M.E., Sanchis A. and Sanchis, J.A., 2009, The role of sunk in the decision to invest in R&D, Journal of Industrial Economics, 57(4), pp. 712-735.
  5. Mañez, J.A., 2006, Unbeatable Value low price guarantee: collusive mechanism or advertising strategy, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 15(1), pp. 143-166.
MARTINEZ MARTINEZ, ALEJANDRA

MARTINEZ MARTINEZ, ALEJANDRA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
MARTINEZ SERRANO, JOSE ANTONIO

MARTINEZ SERRANO, JOSE ANTONIO

PDI-Emerit/a Universitat
MATEOS MAÑAS, VALENTIN

MATEOS MAÑAS, VALENTIN

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
MELGUIZO CHAFER, CELIA

MELGUIZO CHAFER, CELIA

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
MICO I CUENCA, PAULA

MICO I CUENCA, PAULA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
MOLLA MARTINEZ, SILVIA

MOLLA MARTINEZ, SILVIA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
MONFORT MIR, VICENTE M.

MONFORT MIR, VICENTE M.

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Departament d'Estructura Econòmica; Despatx 4F12

963 828 349 (D)

vicente.monfort@uv.es

OLTRA GIL-MORTE, ANA MARIA

OLTRA GIL-MORTE, ANA MARIA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Facultat d'economia despatx 4E12 Dijous de 17:45 a 20:45

ana.maria.oltra@uv.es

PALLARDO LOPEZ, VICENTE JUAN

PALLARDO LOPEZ, VICENTE JUAN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial

Edificio de Institutos de Investigación. Despacho 3.1.8

(9638) 28341

vicente.pallardo@uv.es

PANIAGUA SORIANO, JORDI

PANIAGUA SORIANO, JORDI

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Campus Tarongers, Facutat d'Economia, Despatx 4E04 (4a plata)

963828337

jordi.paniagua@uv.es

Biography
 

Maybe for once, someone will adress me as 'Professor' without adding 'unfortunately your paper is rejected'.

PEIRO PALOMINO, JESUS

PEIRO PALOMINO, JESUS

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Biography
 

Dr. Jesús Peiró-Palomino is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Economics II (Estructura Econòmica), University of Valencia. He holds a PhD in Economics by the University Jaume I (Castellón, Spain). He has been Assistant Professor at University Jaume I (2016-2019) and visited the Aarhus University (Denmark, Fall 2013) and the Utrecht University (Netherlands, Fall 2017). His research interests are institutions and their role in economic development processes, especially at the regional level. He is also interested in the measurement of well-being and social progress, their spatial distribution and their evolution over time. His work has been published in several international scientific journals and he has also participated in different competitive projects.

Personal website:

https://sites.google.com/view/jesuspeiropalomino

Selected publications

  1. Peiró-Palomino, J., Picazo-Tadeo, A.J., Rios, V. (2020). Well-being in European regions. Does government quality matter? Papers in Regional Science, 99(3), 555-582.
  2. Peiró-Palomino, J., Picazo-Tadeo, A.J. (2019). Is social capital green? Cultural features and environmental performance in the European Union. Environmental and Resource Economics, 72: 795-822.
  3. Cruz-García, P., Peiró-Palomino, J. (2019). Informal, formal institutions and credit. Complements or substitutes? Journal of Institutional Economics, 15, 649-671.
  4. Peiró-Palomino, J. (2016). Social capital and economic growth in Europe: nonlinear trends and heterogeneous regional effects. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 78 (5), 717-751.
  5. Forte, A., Peiró-Palomino, J., Tortosa-Ausina, E. (2015). Does social capital matter for European regional growth? European Economic Review, 77, 47-64.
PICAZO TADEO, ANDRES JOSE

PICAZO TADEO, ANDRES JOSE

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Facultad de Economía. Dpto. Economía Aplicada II. Avda dels Tarongers s/n. 46022 VALENCIA.

(9638) 28362

andres.j.picazo@uv.es

REIG MARTINEZ, ERNESTO

REIG MARTINEZ, ERNESTO

PDI-Emerit/a Universitat

(9638) 28339

ernest.reig@uv.es

REQUENA SILVENTE, FRANCISCO

REQUENA SILVENTE, FRANCISCO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Biography
 

 

Dr. Francisco Requena Silvente is Full Professor in Applied Economics at the Universitat de València. He got his Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics. He was Reader in Economics at University of Sheffield (2013-2016) and Assistant Professor at University of California, Davis (2008-2009). His main research area is Applied International Economics, with special interest in international trade and international migration. His work has been published in several scientific journals including Review of World Economy, The World Economy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Small Business Economics, Regional Studies, among others.

 

 

 

Five selected/recent publications:

 

 

 

1.      De Lucio, Juan, Mínguez, R., Minondo, A, Requena, F (2020) “The granular and fundamental components of export specialization”, The World Economy, forthcoming.

 

2.      Martín-Montaner, J., Serrano, G., Requena, F. (2018) “Networks and self-employment migrants”, Small Business Economics, 51, 735-755.

 

3.      Gil-Pareja, S., Martinez-Serrano, J., Llorca, R., Requena, F,. (2015), “Regional export promotion offices and trade margins”, Review of World Economy, 151 (1), 145-167.

 

4.      Esteve, S., Pallardo, V., Requena, F. (2013) The duration of firm-destination export relationships: Evidence from Spain, 1997-2006, Economic Inquiry, 51(1) , 159-180.

 

5.      Peri, G. and Requena-Silvente, Francisco (2010) The Trade Creation Effect of Immigrants: Evidence from the Remarkable Case of Spain, Canadian Journal of Economics, 43(4) 1433-1459.

 

ROCA ZAMORA, AMPARO

ROCA ZAMORA, AMPARO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
ROCHINA BARRACHINA, MARIA ENGRACIA

ROCHINA BARRACHINA, MARIA ENGRACIA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial
Biography
 

Dr. María E. Rochina Barrachina holds a PhD and a Master’s Degree in Economics, both from University College London (The University of London). At present, she is a Professor at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Valencia. She is also affiliated to the Interdisciplinary Research Network “Social and Economic Behaviour (ERI-CES)” from the University of Valencia. She teaches International Trade and Microeconometrics. Her main research interests are in the areas of applied microeconometrics, applied industrial organization, applied international economics, the analysis of firm dynamics in innovation and internationalization strategies, firm productivity, and entrepreneurship. Her work has been published in several scientific journals including Journal of Industrial Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Oxford Economic Papers, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Industry and Innovation, Industrial and Corporate Change, The Econometrics Journal, Review of World Economics, World Economy, Small Business Economics, and Empirical Economics, among others. She has been involved in many national (Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology) and international projects (European Commission, BBVA foundation, and World Bank) and has attended around 150 national and international conferences and workshops. She has supervised 2 PhD Thesis and 18 Master Dissertations.

Five selected/recent publications:

  1. Máñez, J.A.; ROCHINA, M.E.; Sanchis, J.A. (2020): "Foreign sourcing and exporting", The World Economy, forthcoming.
  2. Beneito, P.; ROCHINA, M.E.; Sanchis A. (2017): “Competition and innovation with selective exit: an inverted-U shape relationship?”, Oxford Economic Papers, 69(4), 1032–1053.
  3. Beneito, P.; Coscollá, M.; ROCHINA, M.E.; Sanchis A. (2015) “Competitive Pressure and Innovation at the Firm Level”, Journal of Industrial Economics, 63(3), 422-457.
  4. Beneito, P.; ROCHINA, M.E.; Sanchis A. (2015): “The path of R&D efficiency over time”, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 42, 57-69.
  5. Manjón, M.; Máñez, J.A.; ROCHINA, M.E.; Sanchis, J.A. (2013): “Reconsidering learning by exporting”, Review of World Economics, 149, 5-22.
RUBIO MATAIX, ALFREDO VICENTE

RUBIO MATAIX, ALFREDO VICENTE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

(9616) 25174

alfredo.rubio@uv.es

SALAMANCA GONZALES, JIMENA ALEJANDRA

SALAMANCA GONZALES, JIMENA ALEJANDRA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Despacho 4E12

963828357

jimena.salamanca@uv.es

SANCHIS LLOPIS, JUAN ALBERTO

SANCHIS LLOPIS, JUAN ALBERTO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Mobilitat

Facultat d'Economia, Departament de Estructura, Edifici Departamental Oriental, Despatx: 4F05 Avda. dels Tarongers s/n 46022 Valencia

(9638) 28350

juan.a.sanchis@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. Juan A. Sanchis Llopis is Professor in Economics in the Applied Economics Department of the University of Valencia (Spain). He is also affiliated to the Interdisciplinary Research Network “Social and Economic Behaviour (ERI-CES)” from the University of Valencia. He has an economic background, with a M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Economics from University College London, the University of London. His current research area focuses on applied industrial economics, and in particular on firm strategic decisions such as the engagement in R&D activities or exporting or both. He has participated in several projects supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economics, Industry and Competitiveness and by the European Commission and the Valencian government. His publications include articles in the Journal of Industrial Economics, the Industrial and Corporate Change, the World Economics, Empirica, the Review of Industrial Organizationand the Small Business Economics, among others.

 

Five selected/recent publications:

 

  1. Mañez, J.A., C. Mínguez, M.E. Rochina-Barrachina and J.A. Sanchis-Llopis (2019). Trading activities, productivity and markups: Evidence for Spanish manufacturinga. World Economy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/twec.12892
  2. Expósito, A. and J.A. Sanchis-Llopis (2019). The effects of innovation on the decisions of exporting and/or importing in SMEs: empirical evidence in the case of Spain. Small Business Economics. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-019-00184-3
  3. Benito-Ostolaza, J.M., P. Hernández and J.A. Sanchis-Llopis (2016) .Do individuals with higher cognitive ability play more strategically?. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics. 64, 5 - 11.

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socec.2016.01.005

  1. Sanchis Llopis, M.T., J.A. Sanchis-Llopis, A. Cubel and V. Esteve (2015). Total factor productivity, domestic knowledge accumulation, and international knowledge spillovers in the second half of the twentieth century. Cliometrica. 9, 209 - 233.
  2. Mañez, J.A., M.E. Rochina-Barrachina, A. Sanchis-Llopis and J.A. Sanchis-Llopis (2015). The determinants of R&D persistence in SMEs. Small Business Economics. 44, 505 - 528.
SANCHIS LLOPIS, MARIA DESAMPARADOS

SANCHIS LLOPIS, MARIA DESAMPARADOS

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs
Biography
 

Dra. Amparo Sanchis Llopis is Professor of Economics in the Department of Applied Economics of the University of Valencia (Spain). She is also affiliated to the Interdisciplinary Research Network “Social and Economic Behaviour (ERI-CES)” from the University of Valencia. She has an economic background, with a M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of London, UK. She teaches International Economics and Industrial Organization in the Degree of Economics of the University of Valencia. Her current research area focuses on applied industrial economics, and in particular on the process of innovation and the engagement in R&D activities by firms. Especial interests include the determinants of firms’ persistence in R&D activities, and the relationship between competition and innovation incentives. She has participated in many research projects supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology, the European Commission, and the Valencian Government. She has also attended many national and international conferences and workshops. Her publications include articles in the Journal of Industrial Economics, Oxford Economic Papers, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Review of Industrial Organization and Small Business Economics, among others.

 

Web page: https://www.uv.es/sanchisa/index.html

 

Selected publications:

  • Beneito, P.; Rochina, M.E.; SANCHIS, A. (2017): “Competition and innovation with selective exit: an inverted-U shape relationship?”, Oxford Economic Papers, 69(4), 1032–1053.
  • Beneito, P.; Coscollá, M.; Rochina, M.E.; SANCHIS, A. (2015): “Competitive Pressure and Innovation at the Firm Level”, Journal of Industrial Economics, 63(3), 422-457.
  • Beneito, P.; Rochina, M.E.; SANCHIS, A. (2015): “The path of R&D efficiency over time”, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 42, 57-69.
  • Máñez-Castillejo, J.; Rochina, M.E.; SANCHIS, A.; Sanchis, J.A. (2015): “The determinants of R&D persistence in SMEs”, Small Business Economics, 44, 505-528.
  • Máñez-Castillejo, J.; Rochina, M.E.; SANCHIS, A.; Sanchis, J.A. (2009): “The role of sunk costs in the decision to invest in R&D”, Journal of Industrial Economics, 57, 712-735.

 

SAZ SALAZAR, SALVADOR DEL

SAZ SALAZAR, SALVADOR DEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Despacho 4E11, Facultad de Economía

(9638) 28344

salvador.saz@uv.es

Biography
 

My field of research is Environmental and Reosurce Economics and particularly non-market valuation of environmental and publics goods. Recently, I have also been involved in the economic valuation of the above-mentioned goods using Life Satisfaction Functions or Happines Functions (Subjective Well-Being).

https://scholar.google.es/citations?hl=es&user=CNke2o8AAAAJ&view_op=list_works

 

SOLAZ CABALLER, MAXIMO

SOLAZ CABALLER, MAXIMO

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
SOLER TORMO, FRANCISCO V

SOLER TORMO, FRANCISCO V

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
Biography
 

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Graduate in Economic Sciences (Universitat de València, 1988), PhD in Economics (UNED, 1998), Graduate in History (Universitat de València, 2013) and Master in Ethics and Democracy (Universitat de València, 2020 - Extraordinary Award). Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Economics II of the University of Valencia since 1994. Researcher at the Institute of Social Economy, Cooperativism and Entrepreneurship IUDESCOOP of the University of Valencia.

Technician of the Bank of Spain since 1991.

 

Co-author of the book, together with Rafael Chaves (2004): The government of Credit Cooperatives in Spain. He has published articles in journals such as CIRIEC-Spain Public, Social and Cooperative Economy, Revesco Cooperative Studies Magazine, GEZKI Basque Social Economy or Journal of Co-operative Studies. He has participated in the cooperative credit and social banking sections in collective works: directed by S. Karafolas (2016) Credit cooperative institutions in European Countries, the White Paper on the Social Economy of the Valencian Community (2019) and in the Manual of Social Economy (2020).

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TAMARIT ESCALONA, CECILIO RICARDO

TAMARIT ESCALONA, CECILIO RICARDO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a Centre Documentacio Europea

Professor, Department of Applied Economics II, Office E07 INTECO Research Group University of Valencia. VLC/CAMPUS PO Box 22006 E-46071 Valencia (Spain) Voice: 34963828349 Fax: 34963828354 http://www.uv.es/tamac http://www.uv.es/inteco Visit my publications at http://ideas.repec.org/e/pta...

(9638) 28361

cecilio.tamarit@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. Cecilio Tamarit Escalona is currently Professor of Economics at the University of Valencia. He holds an endowed "ad personam" Jean Monnet Chair in European Economic Integration and is a member of the INTECO joint research unit (https://www.inteco.uji.es). He was previously Senior Fellow at the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania), Senior Advisor at the Spanish Prime Minister's Office, Visiting Fellow (and invited professor) at the University of Nottingham, University of Goettingen, Harvard University and Robert Schuman Scholar at the Research Department of the European Parliament. His main lines of research are Monetary and Fiscal Integration and International Trade and Macroeconometrics. He has published extensively in academic journals as Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Banking and Finance, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Comparative Economics, Economics Letters, Journal of Macroeconomics or Economic Modelling.

 

Five selected/recent publications:

 

  1. Camarero, M., J. Sapena and C. Tamarit (2019): “Modelling Time-Varying parameters in panel data state-space frameworks: An application to the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle", Computational Economics, forthcoming. Impacto JCR Economía (2017): 1.038. Q2.
  2. Camarero, M., Gómez, E. y C. Tamarit (2014) “Is the ‘euro effect´ on trade so small after all? New evidence using gravity equations with panel cointegration techniques", Economics Letters, 124: 140-142. Impacto (2013): 0.451. Q3.
  3. Camarero, M., J.L. Carrion-i-Silvestre y C. Tamarit (2013): “Global imbalances and the Intertemporal External Budget Constraint: A multicointegration approach”, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37:5357-5372. Impacto (2013): 1.36. Q1 (Business); Q2 (Economics).
  4. Esteve, V. and C. Tamarit (2012): “Threshold cointegration and nonlinear adjustment between CO2 and income: The Environmental Kuznets Curve in Spain, 1857–2007”, Energy Economics, 34, 2148-2156. Impacto (2013): 2.58. Q1 Economics.
  5. Camarero, M., R.G. Flôres y C. Tamarit (2006): “Monetary Unions and productivity differences in Mercosur countries”, Journal of Policy Modelling, 28, 53-66. Impact (2013): 1.042. Q2. Clave: A.