About Ferran Sancho
Ferran Sancho is Professor of Economics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain, since 1992. He is also a research fellow of the MOVE research consortium. He has been a visiting scholar at the University of California-Berkeley (1992, 2003), the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (1993), and the Universidad Pablo de Olavide (2010, 2011). His research interests focus in computational economics with applications to fiscal policy and environmental issues. He has been Chair of the Department of Economics at the UAB (2004-2010) and Vice-Chancellor for Research and Faculty (1998-2002) also at the UAB. He was appointed by the Ministry of Education for the 2008-2011 period as member of the Spanish National Accreditation Committee in Social and Juridical Sciences. He has recently finished his appointment as Rector of the UAB (2012-2016).
Computable General Equilibrium and Public Policy Evaluation
Department of Economics
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
08193-Bellaterra, Catalonia (Spain)
Elucidating general equilibrium multiplier effects: a differential perspective
Theoretical Economics Letters (2013)
Expenditure multipliers are routinely used to evaluate the effectiveness of government spending. When interested in disaggregated effects, interindustry models provide ...