After finishing my studies in Economics at the Universidad de Salamanca in 2003, I
spent one year doing a Master in Economic Sciences at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
(Belgium). It was there and then that I decided to orientate my professional life to the
academic world. In 2005, I was awarded a Ph.D. scholarship by the Spanish Government. In
2009 I was awarded a Ph.D. in Economics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona under
the supervision of professor Ferran Sancho. The dissertation title was "A General
Equilibrium Assessment of the Rebound Effect: The Spanish case". 

I have also held a visiting research post at the Fraser of Allander Institute
(Strathclyde University, in Glasgow, UK) from September to December 2008 participating
actively in some of their projects, especially the ESCR project on Energy Rebound in the
UK (ref: RES-061025-0010, project Director: Prof. Karen Turner), working with UK data and
exchanging research experiences. In June-July 2011 I visited the School of Planning and
Public Policy at Rutgers University. I have also recently received financial support from
Instituto the Estudios Fiscales to carry out the project "Green Tax Reforms and the
Mitigation of the Rebound Effect: Evaluating a Possible Third Dividend". 

After visiting the departament of Economics of the Universidad Pablo de Olavide, in
Seville, in 2010-11, I am now an Assistant Professor at the University of Granada,
Department of International Economics, in Spain, and a member of the Research Group in
Computation and Simulation at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. I have recently been
invited to be a member of the Editorial Board of the Review of Regional Studies. 

Articles

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A Non-possibility Theorem for Joint-stability in Interindustry Models (with Ferran Sancho), Applied Mathematics and Computation (2012)

Joint-stability in interindustry modeling relates to the mutual simultaneous consistency of the demand-driven and supply-driven...

 

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Revisiting the original Ghosh model: Can it be made more plausible? (with Ferran Sancho), Economic Systems Research (2011)

We reconsider in this paper the alleged implausibility of Ghosh’s model and we do so...

 

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Budget-constrained expenditure multipliers (with Ferran Sancho), Applied Economics Letters (2011)

Standard expenditure multipliers capture economy-wide effects of new government projects only when financing constraints are...

 

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Measuring Energy Linkages with the Hypothetical Extraction Method (with Ferran Sancho), Energy Economics (2010)

The measure of success of efficiency improvements in energy use depends on the degree that...

 

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Rethinking economy-wide rebound measures: un unbiased proposal (with Ferran Sancho), Energy Policy (2010)

The debate about the possible rebound effects from energy efficiency improvements is still an open...

 

Contributions to Books

An Analysis of Primary Energy Requirements and Emission Levels Using the Structural Decomposition Approach (with Ferran Sancho), Air Pollution: Economic Modeling and Control Policies (2010)
 

Modelos económicos para el análisis medioambiental y el cambio climático (with Ferran Sancho), El cambio climático: análisis económico y políticas (2009)
 

Books

Applied General Equilibrium. An Introduction (with Alejandro Cardenete and Ferran Sancho) (2012)
 

Unpublished Papers

Green tax reforms and the mitigation of the rebound effect: a possible fourth dividend. (2011)

Green tax policies are implemented over existing non-optimal fiscal packages. The tax interaction effect affects...

 

Merging the hypothetical extraction method and the classical multiplier approach: a hybrid possibility. (2011)

The two main alternative methods used to identify key sectors within the input-output approach, the...