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Lucía Bolea


Name: Lucía
Surname: Bolea Marcén
Phone: 619 490 409
Email: lbolea@unizar.es
Work place: Dpto. de Análisis Económico. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la Universidad de Zaragoza.

PUBLICACIONES

Europeanization vs. Globalization? A deeper look into income and employment embodied in intra-european trade

Lucía Bolea, Cristina Sarasa, Gloria Jarne, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez-Chóliz, José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche, Robert Marchinski Rev. econ. mund, 23-45, (2019)

Exploring carbon emissions and international inequality in a globalized world: A multiregional-multisectoral perspective

L Bolea, R Duarte, J Sánchez-Chóliz Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 152, 104516, (2020)

From convergence to divergence? Some new insights into the evolution of the European Union

Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. Volume 47, December 2018, Pages 82-95

Convergence and divergence in world income and emissions: New insights from MRIO models

International Conference on Regional: International Trade and Employment Science (Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla), de https://scholar.google.es

Miguel Ángel Almazán

Name: Miguel Ángel
Surname: Almazán Gómez
Phone: 610792754
Email: 644130@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la
Universidad de Zaragoza

PUBLICACIONES

Effects of water re-allocation in the Ebro river basin: A multiregional input-output and geographical analysis

MA Almazán-Gómez, R Duarte, R Langarita, J Sánchez-Chóliz Journal of environmental management 241, 645-657, (2019)

Environmental flow management: An analysis applied to the Ebro River Basin

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 182, 1 May 2018, Pages 838-851

El embalse de Mequinenza: Su aportación al delta del Ebro y su potencialidad para el desarrollo económico

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies. Vol. 16-2 (2016)

Raquel Langarita

RaquelLangarita University Zaragoza

Name: Raquel
Surname: Langarita Tejero
Phone: 649216601
Email: rlan@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.

PUBLICACIONES

Testing European goals for the Spanish electricity system using a disaggregated CGE model

R Langarita, R Duarte, G Hewings, J Sánchez-Chóliz Energy 179, 1288-1301, (2019)

Effects of water re-allocation in the Ebro river basin: A multiregional input-output and geographical analysis

MA Almazán-Gómez, R Duarte, R Langarita, J Sánchez-Chóliz Journal of environmental management 241, 645-657, (2019)

The electricity industry in Spain: A structural analysis using a disaggregated input-output model

Energy. Volume 141, 15 December 2017, Pages 2640-2651

Los costes energéticos en la agricultura de regadío. Alternativas para su reducción y efectos de la implantación de una tarifa verde en España

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 16-1.

Electricity cost in irrigated agriculture: A case study for an irrigation scheme in Spain

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2016.05.075

Evaluating the structural effects of a big cultural event: The case of the International EXPO Zaragoza 2008

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 15-1.

PUBLICATIONS

Sofía Jiménez

SofiaJimenez_University Zaragoza

Name: Sofía
Surname: Jiménez Calvo
Phone: 686 342 394
Email: sjimenez@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Economía y Empresa

PUBLICACIONES

Francisco José Vázquez

Ana Serrano

Name: Ana
Surname: Serrano González
Phone: 972 41 84 99
Email: ana.serrano@udg.edu
Work place: Facultat de Ciències Econòmiques i Empresarials. Universitat de Girona.
CURRICULUM VITAE

PUBLICACIONES

Revisiting water and economic growth from a long-term perspective

R Duarte, V Pinilla, A Serrano Sociedad Española de Historia Agraria, (2019)

Serrano, A. (2018). Del pasado al futuro como problema. La historia agraria contemporánea española en el siglo XXI- En el XXX aniversario de la SEHA. David Soto Fernández y José Miguel Lana

Serrano, A. (2018). Del pasado al futuro como problema. La historia agraria contemporánea española en el siglo XXI- En el XXX aniversario de la SEHA. David Soto Fernández y José Miguel Lana

From the past to the future as a problem. Spanish contemporary agrarian history in the 21st century- On the XXX anniversary of the SEHA, 2018, Pages 103-124

Long term drivers of global virtual water trade: A trade gravity approach for 1965–2010

Ecological Economics. Volume 156, February 2019, Pages 318-326.

Income, Economic Structure and Trade: Impacts on Recent Water Use Trends in the European Union

Sustainability 2018, 10(1), 205

Virtual Water Flows in the EU27: A Consumption-based Approach

Journal of Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Modelling regional policy scenarios in the agri-food sector: A case study of a Spanish region

Applied Economics. Volume 48, 2016 – Issue 16

Understanding agricultural virtual water flows in the world from an economic perspective: A long term study

Ecological Indicators. Volume 61, Part 2, February 2016, Pages 980-990

Globalization and natural resources: the expansion of the Spanish agrifood trade and its impact on water consumption, 1965–2010

Reg Environ Change (2016) 16: 259.

Water scarcity and agricultural growth: from curse to blessing? A case study of Spain

Natural Resources and Economic Growth: Learning from history.

The Spanish Food Industry on Global Supply Chains and Its Impact on Water Resources

Water 7(1):132-152

Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy: A case study in Spain“.

Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Report: La industria agroalimentaria en la economía aragonesa: capacidad dinamizadora, escenarios de crecimiento y medio ambiente, Consejo Económico y Social de Aragón, CESA.

CONSEJO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL DE ARAGÓN

The effect of globalisation on water consumption: A case study of the Spanish virtual water trade, 1849–1935

Ecological Economics. Volume 100, April 2014, Pages 96-105

Looking backward to look forward: water use and economic growth from a long-term perspective

Applied Economics. Volume 46, 2014 – Issue 2, Pages 212-224

Is there an environmental Kuznets curve for water use? A panel smooth transition regression approach

Economic Modelling. Volume 31, March 2013, Pages 518-527

Cristina Sarasa

CristinaSarasa_Zaragoza University

Name: Cristina
Surname: Sarasa Fernández
Phone: 976 76 10 00 (Ext. 4728)
Email: csarasa@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Economía y Empresa.

PUBLICACIONES

Europeanization vs. Globalization? A deeper look into income and employment embodied in intra-european trade

Lucía Bolea, Cristina Sarasa, Gloria Jarne, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez-Chóliz, José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche, Robert Marchinski Rev. econ. mund, 23-45, (2019)

Structural change and female participation in recent economic growth: a multisectoral analysis for the Spanish economy

R Duarte, C Sarasa, M Serrano Economic Systems Research 31 (4), 574-593, (2019)

Sánchez-Chóliz, J. & Sarasa, C. (2019). Uncertainty in Irrigation Technology: Insights from a CGE Approach. Water

Sánchez Chóliz, J. & Sarasa, C. (2019) Uncertainty in irrigation technology: Insights from a CGE approach. Water, 11(3), 617.

Economy-wide effects of a sustainable pathway in the pig sector: A case study in Aragon (Spain)

L Valiño, C Sarasa, R Duarte Journal of environmental management 239, 84-89, (2019)

Looking towards policies supporting biofuels and technological change: Evidence from France

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Volume 94, October 2018, Pages 430-439

Consumer-side actions in a low-carbon economy: A dynamic CGE analysis for Spain

Energy Policy. Volume 118, July 2018, Pages 199-210

Environmental flow management: An analysis applied to the Ebro River Basin

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 182, 1 May 2018, Pages 838-851

Structural change and female participation in recent economic growth: A multisectoral analysis for the Spanish economy

UB Economics Working Papers 2018/371, Col.lecció d’Economia E18/371

Modeling the carbon consequences of pro-environmental consumer behavior

Applied Energy. Volume 184, 15 December 2016, Pages 1207-1216

Modelling regional policy scenarios in the agri-food sector: A case study of a Spanish region

Applied Economics. Volume 48, 2016 – Issue 16

Los costes energéticos en la agricultura de regadío. Alternativas para su reducción y efectos de la implantación de una tarifa verde en España

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 16-1.

Water resources in the Ebro river basin: A century of evolution 1913–2013

 Water 7(6):3072-3082

Households’ behaviour and environmental emissions in a regional economy

Economic Systems Research. Volume 26, 2014 – Issue 4, pp. 410-430.

Technological change in irrigated agriculture in a semi-arid region of Spain

WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 50(12), pp. 9221-9235.

Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy: A case study in Spain“.

Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Biofuels, tax policies and oil prices in France: Insights from a dynamic CGE model

Energy Policy. Volume 66, March 2014, Pages 603-614

Report: La industria agroalimentaria en la economía aragonesa: capacidad dinamizadora, escenarios de crecimiento y medio ambiente, Consejo Económico y Social de Aragón, CESA.

CONSEJO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL DE ARAGÓN

Water resources analysis in Riegos del Alto Aragón (Huesca) in the first decade of the 21st century

ECONOMÍA AGRARIA Y RECURSOS NATURALES, 13(1), pp. 95-124.

A tax policy strategy faces with future water availability using a dynamic CGE approach

EcoMod2013 5349, EcoMod.

Policy strategies and technological change in agricultura in a Spanish semi-arid area: Insights from dynamic CGE Model

Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, CAE Working Papers

Water Rates and the Responsibilities of Direct, Indirect and End-Users in Spain

Economic Systems Research, 23 (4), Pages 409-430.

Who should pay the cost of water? An application to a Spanish region

Food production: New Research. Nova Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2.

Ignacio Cazcarro

IgnacioCazcarro_University Zaragoza

Name: Ignacio
Surname: Cazcarro Castellano
Phone: +34  976 761815
Email: icazcarr@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
CURRICULUM VITAE

PUBLICACIONES

Arto I., Cazcarro I., Markandya A., Hazra S., Bhattacharya R.N., Adjei P.OW. (2020) Delta Economics and Sustainability. In: Nicholls R., Adger W., Hutton C., Hanson S. (eds) Deltas in the Anthropocene. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

     

Dilekli, N. & Cazcarro, I. (2019). Testing the SDG targets on water and sanitation using the world trade model with a waste, wastewater, and recycling framework. Ecological Economics, Volume 165. 

Osei-Wusu Adjei, P., Cazcarro, I., Arto, I., Ofori – Dansos, P., Asenso, J., Asmah, E., Codjoe, S., Addo, K., Amponsah, S., (Vol 11, 2019) Comparative analysis of the socio-economic characteristics of Delta and Non-Delta spaces of Ghana: An input-output approach. African Review of Economics and Finance

Cazcarro, I., López‐Morales, C.A. & Duchin, F. (2019) The global economic costs of substituting dietary protein from fish with meat, grains and legumes, and dairy. Journal of of industrial ecology

Is seasonal households’ consumption good for the nexus carbon/water footprint? The Spanish fruits and vegetables case

Environ. Sci. Technol., 2018, 52 (21), pp 12066–12077

Water Footprint and Consumer Products

Environmental Water Footprints pp 55-84

Water Footprint and Food Products

Environmental Water Footprints pp 45-74

The socioeconomic future of deltas in a changing environment

Science of The Total Environment. Volume 648, 15 January 2019, Pages 1284-1296

Restricting water withdrawals of the thermal power sector: An input-output analysis for the northeast of the United States

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 198, 10 October 2018, Pages 258-268

Applying the global RCP-SSP-SPA scenario framework at sub-national scale: A multi-scale and participatory scenario approach

Energy Policy. Volume 118, July 2018, Pages 199-210

Downscaling the grey water footprints of production and consumption

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 132, 20 September 2016, Pages 171-183

Tracking Water Footprints at the micro and meso scale: An application to the Spanish tourism by regions and municipalities

Journal of Industrial Ecology 20(3):n/a-n/a

Modelling regional policy scenarios in the agri-food sector: A case study of a Spanish region

Applied Economics. Volume 48, 2016 – Issue 16

Social, economic, and environmental analysis for the agri-food system with a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). Ch. 15, pp. 158-173 in J.

Murray, D. McBarian and T. Weidmann (editors): Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to Social Analysis and Assessment. Common Ground Publishing LLC, Illinois, USA

Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management in the Ebro River Basin: from Theory to Facts

Sustainability (Basel) 7, 1 (2015), 441-464

Water scarcity and agricultural growth: from curse to blessing? A case study of Spain

Natural Resources and Economic Growth: Learning from history.

Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy: A case study in Spain“.

Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

The water footprint of tourism in Spain

Tourism Management. Volume 40, February 2014, Pages 90-101

Economic growth and the evolution of water consumption in Spain: A structural decomposition analysis

Ecological Economics. Volume 96, December 2013, Pages 51-61

A multiregional Input-Ouptut model for the evaluation of Spanish water flows

Environmental Science & Technology 47(21), 12275-12283.

Albert O. Hirschman (2014), Las pasiones y los intereses: argumentos políticos en favor del capitalismo previos a su triunfo

Revista de Economía Crítica nº17 2014, ISNN 2013-5254, pp.192-196.

Report: La industria agroalimentaria en la economía aragonesa: capacidad dinamizadora, escenarios de crecimiento y medio ambiente, Consejo Económico y Social de Aragón, CESA.

CONSEJO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL DE ARAGÓN

Mitos y nichos para el expolio público. Hacia un aumento de la desigualdad y más allá

XIX y Veinte. Revista de Historia y Pensamiento Contemporáneos 8, 8-38.

Water footprints for Spanish regions based on a Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) model

The Sustainability Practitioners’ Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Chapter: 13, pp.117-126

Water Flows in the Spanish Economy: Agri-Food Sectors, Trade and Households Diets in an Input-Output Framework

Environmental Science & Technology. 2012 Jun 19;46(12):6530-8.

Integration of hydrological and economic approaches to water and land management in Mediterranean climates: an initial case study in agriculture

Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 9 (4) pp 1076-1088.

Water Rates and the Responsibilities of Direct, Indirect and End-Users in Spain

Economic Systems Research, 23 (4), Pages 409-430.

Who should pay the cost of water? An application to a Spanish region

Food production: New Research. Nova Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2.

Structural Decomposition Analysis of water uses in Spain

 Ecological Economics 96:51–61

Water consumption based on a disaggregated Social Accounting Matrix of Huesca (Spain)

Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol. 14 (3), Pp. 496-511.

La agricultura y el agua en el sistema productivo. Análisis de su importancia en la economía aragonesa a través de una Matriz de Contabilidad Social

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 163 – 178.

El Coste Financiero en la DMA. Tarifas sobre el Uso del Agua en la Agricultura

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 263 – 277.

Agua virtual y huella hidrológica

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 199 – 219.

El agua pública, privada y de libre acceso

Revista de Gestión Pública y Privada, 14. Pp. 6 – 12.

Isabel Almudí

Isabel Almudi University Zaragoza

Name: Isabel
Surname: Almudí Higueras
Phone: 976 76 10 00 (ext. 4685)
Email: ialmudi@unizar.es
Web: http://www.almudi.name/
Work place:

PUBLICACIONES

Almudi I., Fatas F., Fernandez C., Potts J., Vazquez F (2019). “Absorptive capacity in a two-sector neo-schumpeterian model. A new role for innovation policy”. Industrial and Corporate Change. doi:10.1093/icc/dtz052.

Almudi, I. & Fatás, F. (2019). Innovation, Structural change and multisectoral economic growth. Demand, Complexity and Long run Economic Evolution. Springer. pp.171-189.

Almudi, I. & Fatás, F. (2018). Promotion and Coevolutionary dynamics in contemporary capitalism Journal of Economic Issues, 52 (1), pp.80-102.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Izquierdo, L. & Potts, J., (2017). The Economics of Utopia. A co-evolutionary model. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 27 (4), 629-662.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F. & Potts, J., (2017). Utopia Competition. A new approach to the microfoundations of sustainability transitions Journal of Bioeconomics, 19(1), pp.165-185.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Jarne, G. & Sánchez, J. (2017). Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a simple dynamic model. Metroeconomica, 68 (3), pp. 425-464..

I. Almudi, F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2017) “Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic”, Metroeconomica 68:3, 425-464, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12133. (JCR: 1.379, Q2)

Pricing Routines and Industrial Dynamics

Recuperada el 01 de abril de 2018, de www.researchgate.net

A formal discussion of the Sarewitz-Nelson rules. Economics of innovation and new technology

Economics of Innovation and New Technology. Volume 25, 2016 – Issue 7, Pages 714-730

Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic Model

Metroeconomica. International Review of Economics. Volume 68, Issue3, Pages 425-464

Industry dynamics, technological regimes and the role of demand

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, (2013) 23:1073–1098

Industry Dynamics, Technological Regimes and the Role of Demand

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23 (5), 1073-1098.

Sustainable use of renewable resources: An identity approach

Journal of Bioeconomics, 13 (2), pp 97–123

Non-strictly economic motivations and intergenerational equity in ecological models

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics. Vol. 23 (11). Pp. 1-2.

Environmental identity and intergenerational equity

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics. Vol. 23(11): 19-36.

Innovation, catch-up, and leadership in science-based industries

Industrial and Corporate Change, 21(2), pp. 345-375.

Identity and the optimal exploitation of renewable resources

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, 15. Pp. 47 – 67.

Alfredo Mainar

Francisco Fatás

Name: Francisco
Surname: Fatás Villafranca
Phone: 976 76 27 59
Email: ffatas@unizar.es
Web: http://www.fatas.name/
Work place: dpto. de Análisis Económico. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.
CURRICULUM VITAE

PUBLICACIONES

Almudi I., Fatas F., Fernandez C., Potts J., Vazquez F (2019). “Absorptive capacity in a two-sector neo-schumpeterian model. A new role for innovation policy”. Industrial and Corporate Change. doi:10.1093/icc/dtz052.

Almudi, I. & Fatás, F. (2019). Innovation, Structural change and multisectoral economic growth. Demand, Complexity and Long run Economic Evolution. Springer. pp.171-189.

Fatás, F., Fernández, C. & Vázquez. F. (2019). Consumer Social Learning and industrial dynamics. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 28 (2), pp. 119-141.

Almudi, I. & Fatás, F. (2018). Promotion and Coevolutionary dynamics in contemporary capitalism Journal of Economic Issues, 52 (1), pp.80-102.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Izquierdo, L. & Potts, J., (2017). The Economics of Utopia. A co-evolutionary model. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 27 (4), 629-662.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F. & Potts, J., (2017). Utopia Competition. A new approach to the microfoundations of sustainability transitions Journal of Bioeconomics, 19(1), pp.165-185.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Jarne, G. & Sánchez, J. (2017). Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a simple dynamic model. Metroeconomica, 68 (3), pp. 425-464..

I. Almudi, F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2017) “Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic”, Metroeconomica 68:3, 425-464, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12133. (JCR: 1.379, Q2)

Fernández-Marquez, C., Fatás-Villafranca, F. & VázquezL, F. (2017). A computational consumer-driven market model. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 23(3),pp.1-17.

Fernández-Marquez, C., Fatás-Villafranca, F. & VázquezL, F. (2017). : Endogenous demand and demanding consumers. A computational Computational Economics, 49 (2), pp.307-323.

Pricing Routines and Industrial Dynamics

Recuperada el 01 de abril de 2018, de www.researchgate.net

A formal discussion of the Sarewitz-Nelson rules. Economics of innovation and new technology

Economics of Innovation and New Technology. Volume 25, 2016 – Issue 7, Pages 714-730

Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic Model

Metroeconomica. International Review of Economics. Volume 68, Issue3, Pages 425-464

Industry dynamics, technological regimes and the role of demand

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, (2013) 23:1073–1098

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2014) “Stock and mobility of researchers and industrial leadership”, Metroeconomica 65:1, 95-122, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12032.(JCR: 0.984, Q2)

Metroeconomica, International Review of Economics. Volume65, Issue1, February 2014, Pages 95-122

Industry Dynamics, Technological Regimes and the Role of Demand

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23 (5), 1073-1098.

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2012) “Innovation, Cycles and Growth”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 22:2, 207-233, DOI: 10.1007/s00191-011-0263-z. (JCR: 0.723, Q3)

Journal of Evolutionary Economics

A Dynamic Model of Public Opinion Formation

Journal of Public Economic Theory, Vol. 13 (3). Pp. 1 – 37.

Innovation, catch-up, and leadership in science-based industries

Industrial and Corporate Change, 21(2), pp. 345-375.

Diversity, persistence and chaos in consumption patterns

Journal of Bioeconomics, Vol. 11(1). Pp. 43 – 63.

Industrial leadership in science-based industries. A co-evolution model

Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, Vol. 72, Pp. 390-407.

S-shaped curves in economic growth

Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, Volume 3, (2), pp 239–259.

Endogenous cyclical growth with a sigmoidal diffusion of innovations

Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 17, 3-4, Pp. 241-268.

Emulation, Prevention and Social Interaction in Consumption Dynamics

Metroeconómica, Vol. 58 (4). Pp. 1 – 27.

Modeling the Co-evolution of National Industries and Institutions

Industrial and Corporate Change. Vol. 17, (1), pp. 65-108.

S-shaped Economic Dynamics. The Logistic and Gompertz curves generalized

The Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modeling and Economic Dynamics, nº 1048.

Jorge Bielsa

Gloria Jarne

Monica Flores University Zaragoza

Name: Gloria
Surname: Jarne Jarne
Phone: 976 76 24 11
Email: gjarne@unizar.es
Web: http://dae.unizar.es/gjarne/
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.

PUBLICACIONES

Europeanization vs. Globalization? A deeper look into income and employment embodied in intra-european trade

Lucía Bolea, Cristina Sarasa, Gloria Jarne, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez-Chóliz, José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche, Robert Marchinski Rev. econ. mund, 23-45, (2019)

J. Andaluz, A.A. Elsadany, G. Jarne (2017), “Nonlinear Cournot and Bertrand-type dynamic triopoly with differentiated products and heterogenous expectations”, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 132, 86-99, DOI: 10.1016/j.matcom.2016.07.001. (JCR: 1.218, Q1).

Andaluz, G. Jarne (2019), “On price stability and the nature of product differentiation”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 29:2, 741-762, DOI: 10.1007/s00191-018-0584-2. (JCR: 1.435, Q1).

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Jarne, G. & Sánchez, J. (2017). Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a simple dynamic model. Metroeconomica, 68 (3), pp. 425-464..

I. Almudi, F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2017) “Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic”, Metroeconomica 68:3, 425-464, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12133. (JCR: 1.379, Q2)

Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic Model

Metroeconomica. International Review of Economics. Volume 68, Issue3, Pages 425-464

J. Andaluz, G. Jarne (2016) “Stability of vertically differentiated Cournot and Bertrand-type models when firms are boundedly rational”, Annals of Operations Research 238, 1-25, DOI: 10.1007/s10479-015-2057-4.(JCR: 1.709, Q2)

Annals of Operations Research. March 2016, Volume 238, Issue 1–2, pp 1–25

J. Andaluz, G. Jarne (2015), “On the dynamics of economic games based on product differentiation”, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 113, 16-27, DOI: 10.1016/j.matcom.2015.02.005. (JCR: 1.124, Q2)

Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Volume 113, July 2015, Pages 16-27

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2014) “Stock and mobility of researchers and industrial leadership”, Metroeconomica 65:1, 95-122, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12032.(JCR: 0.984, Q2)

Metroeconomica, International Review of Economics. Volume65, Issue1, February 2014, Pages 95-122

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2012) “Innovation, Cycles and Growth”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 22:2, 207-233, DOI: 10.1007/s00191-011-0263-z. (JCR: 0.723, Q3)

Journal of Evolutionary Economics

Industrial leadership in science-based industries. A co-evolution model

Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, Vol. 72, Pp. 390-407.

S-shaped curves in economic growth

Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, Volume 3, (2), pp 239–259.

Endogenous cyclical growth with a sigmoidal diffusion of innovations

Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 17, 3-4, Pp. 241-268.

Modeling the Co-evolution of National Industries and Institutions

Industrial and Corporate Change. Vol. 17, (1), pp. 65-108.

S-shaped Economic Dynamics. The Logistic and Gompertz curves generalized

The Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modeling and Economic Dynamics, nº 1048.

Eduardo Pozo

Name: Eduardo F.
Surname: Pozo Remiro
Phone: 976 76 24 07
Email: epozo@unizar.es
Web: http://dae.unizar.es/epozo/index.htm
Work place: dpto. de Análisis Económico. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.

PUBLICACIONES

Juan Perote

Name: Juan
Surname: Perote Peña
Phone: 976 76 17 92
Email: jperote@unizar.es
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.

PUBLICACIONES

Dulce Saura

Rosa Duarte

Name: Rosa
Surname: Duarte
Phone: 976 76 22 13
Email: rduarte@unizar.es
Work place: dpto. de Análisis Económico. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.

PUBLICACIONES

Europeanization vs. Globalization? A deeper look into income and employment embodied in intra-european trade

Lucía Bolea, Cristina Sarasa, Gloria Jarne, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez-Chóliz, José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche, Robert Marchinski Rev. econ. mund, 23-45, (2019)

Exploring carbon emissions and international inequality in a globalized world: A multiregional-multisectoral perspective

L Bolea, R Duarte, J Sánchez-Chóliz Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 152, 104516, (2020)

Structural change and female participation in recent economic growth: a multisectoral analysis for the Spanish economy

R Duarte, C Sarasa, M Serrano Economic Systems Research 31 (4), 574-593, (2019)

Revisiting water and economic growth from a long-term perspective

R Duarte, V Pinilla, A Serrano Sociedad Española de Historia Agraria, (2019)

Testing European goals for the Spanish electricity system using a disaggregated CGE model

R Langarita, R Duarte, G Hewings, J Sánchez-Chóliz Energy 179, 1288-1301, (2019)

Economy-wide effects of a sustainable pathway in the pig sector: A case study in Aragon (Spain)

L Valiño, C Sarasa, R Duarte Journal of environmental management 239, 84-89, (2019)

Long term drivers of global virtual water trade: A trade gravity approach for 1965–2010

Ecological Economics. Volume 156, February 2019, Pages 318-326.

Water Footprint and Food Products

Environmental Water Footprints pp 45-74

From convergence to divergence? Some new insights into the evolution of the European Union

Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. Volume 47, December 2018, Pages 82-95

Consumer-side actions in a low-carbon economy: A dynamic CGE analysis for Spain

Energy Policy. Volume 118, July 2018, Pages 199-210

Structural change and female participation in recent economic growth: A multisectoral analysis for the Spanish economy

UB Economics Working Papers 2018/371, Col.lecció d’Economia E18/371

Income, Economic Structure and Trade: Impacts on Recent Water Use Trends in the European Union

Sustainability 2018, 10(1), 205

Convergence and divergence in world income and emissions: New insights from MRIO models

International Conference on Regional: International Trade and Employment Science (Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla), de https://scholar.google.es

The electricity industry in Spain: A structural analysis using a disaggregated input-output model

Energy. Volume 141, 15 December 2017, Pages 2640-2651

Domestic GHG emissions and the responsibility of households in Spain: looking for regional differences

Applied Economics, 49:53, 5397-5411

The impact of household consumption patterns on emissions in Spain

Energy Economics, 32(1), 176-185.

Downscaling the grey water footprints of production and consumption

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 132, 20 September 2016, Pages 171-183

Virtual Water Flows in the EU27: A Consumption-based Approach

Journal of Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Tracking Water Footprints at the micro and meso scale: An application to the Spanish tourism by regions and municipalities

Journal of Industrial Ecology 20(3):n/a-n/a

Modeling the carbon consequences of pro-environmental consumer behavior

Applied Energy. Volume 184, 15 December 2016, Pages 1207-1216

Modelling regional policy scenarios in the agri-food sector: A case study of a Spanish region

Applied Economics. Volume 48, 2016 – Issue 16

Social, economic, and environmental analysis for the agri-food system with a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). Ch. 15, pp. 158-173 in J.

Murray, D. McBarian and T. Weidmann (editors): Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to Social Analysis and Assessment. Common Ground Publishing LLC, Illinois, USA

Electricity cost in irrigated agriculture: A case study for an irrigation scheme in Spain

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2016.05.075

Understanding agricultural virtual water flows in the world from an economic perspective: A long term study

Ecological Indicators. Volume 61, Part 2, February 2016, Pages 980-990

Globalization and natural resources: the expansion of the Spanish agrifood trade and its impact on water consumption, 1965–2010

Reg Environ Change (2016) 16: 259.

Evaluating the structural effects of a big cultural event: The case of the International EXPO Zaragoza 2008

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 15-1.

Households’ behaviour and environmental emissions in a regional economy

Economic Systems Research. Volume 26, 2014 – Issue 4, pp. 410-430.

Water scarcity and agricultural growth: from curse to blessing? A case study of Spain

Natural Resources and Economic Growth: Learning from history.

The Spanish Food Industry on Global Supply Chains and Its Impact on Water Resources

Water 7(1):132-152

Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy: A case study in Spain“.

Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

The Role of Consumption Patterns, Demand, and Technological Factors on the Recent Evolution of CO2 Emissions in a Group of Advanced Economies

Ecological Economics. Volume 96, December 2013, Pages 1-13

Economic growth and the evolution of water consumption in Spain: A structural decomposition analysis

Ecological Economics. Volume 96, December 2013, Pages 51-61

A multiregional Input-Ouptut model for the evaluation of Spanish water flows

Environmental Science & Technology 47(21), 12275-12283.

Report: La industria agroalimentaria en la economía aragonesa: capacidad dinamizadora, escenarios de crecimiento y medio ambiente, Consejo Económico y Social de Aragón, CESA.

CONSEJO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL DE ARAGÓN

The effect of globalisation on water consumption: A case study of the Spanish virtual water trade, 1849–1935

Ecological Economics. Volume 100, April 2014, Pages 96-105

Social groups and CO2 emissions in Spanish households

Energy Policy. V. 44; p. 441-450

Water footprints for Spanish regions based on a Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) model

The Sustainability Practitioners’ Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Chapter: 13, pp.117-126

Looking backward to look forward: water use and economic growth from a long-term perspective

Applied Economics. Volume 46, 2014 – Issue 2, Pages 212-224

Is there an environmental Kuznets curve for water use? A panel smooth transition regression approach

Economic Modelling. Volume 31, March 2013, Pages 518-527

Water Flows in the Spanish Economy: Agri-Food Sectors, Trade and Households Diets in an Input-Output Framework

Environmental Science & Technology. 2012 Jun 19;46(12):6530-8.

Water Rates and the Responsibilities of Direct, Indirect and End-Users in Spain

Economic Systems Research, 23 (4), Pages 409-430.

Who should pay the cost of water? An application to a Spanish region

Food production: New Research. Nova Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2.

Structural Decomposition Analysis of water uses in Spain

 Ecological Economics 96:51–61

Size and linkages of the Spanish construction industry: key sector or deformation of the economy?

Cambridge Journal of Economics Volume 35 (2), Pages 317–334.

Environmental impacts of a regional economy: an application to the Aragonese economy (Spain)

Regional and Sectoral Economics Studies, 10 (2).

Comparison and components of backward linkages in a social accounting matrix

Working paper of the International Input-output Association.

Sobre el peso del sector de la construcción en la economía española

Boletín Económico de Información Comercial Española, 2944, 31-45.

Agua virtual y huella hidrológica

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 199 – 219.

Environmental impact of household activity in Spain

Ecological Economics, Vol. 62 (2), Pp. 308-318.

Julio Sánchez

Name: Julio
Surname: Sánchez Chóliz
Phone: 976 76 18 26
Email: jsanchez@unizar.es
Email: http://personal.unizar.es/jsanchez/
Work place: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
CURRICULUM VITAE

PUBLICACIONES

Europeanization vs. Globalization? A deeper look into income and employment embodied in intra-european trade

Lucía Bolea, Cristina Sarasa, Gloria Jarne, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez-Chóliz, José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche, Robert Marchinski Rev. econ. mund, 23-45, (2019)

Exploring carbon emissions and international inequality in a globalized world: A multiregional-multisectoral perspective

L Bolea, R Duarte, J Sánchez-Chóliz Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 152, 104516, (2020)

Espinosa, A., Sánchez, J. & Sánchez, A. (2019). Structural change and paradigm shifts: identifying two Kondratieff waves from the Great Depression to the Great Recession. Paper to be presented at DRUID19 Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Almudi, I., Fatás, F., Jarne, G. & Sánchez, J. (2017). Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a simple dynamic model. Metroeconomica, 68 (3), pp. 425-464..

I. Almudi, F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2017) “Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic”, Metroeconomica 68:3, 425-464, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12133. (JCR: 1.379, Q2)

Testing European goals for the Spanish electricity system using a disaggregated CGE model

R Langarita, R Duarte, G Hewings, J Sánchez-Chóliz Energy 179, 1288-1301, (2019)

Sánchez-Chóliz, J. & Sarasa, C. (2019). Uncertainty in Irrigation Technology: Insights from a CGE Approach. Water

Effects of water re-allocation in the Ebro river basin: A multiregional input-output and geographical analysis

MA Almazán-Gómez, R Duarte, R Langarita, J Sánchez-Chóliz Journal of environmental management 241, 645-657, (2019)

Sánchez Chóliz, J. & Sarasa, C. (2019) Uncertainty in irrigation technology: Insights from a CGE approach. Water, 11(3), 617.

Sánchez-Chóliz, J. (2019). ¿Que nos ha enseñado los modelos multirregionales?, Opiniones y Experiencia

Water Footprint and Food Products

Environmental Water Footprints pp 45-74

From convergence to divergence? Some new insights into the evolution of the European Union

Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. Volume 47, December 2018, Pages 82-95

Consumer-side actions in a low-carbon economy: A dynamic CGE analysis for Spain

Energy Policy. Volume 118, July 2018, Pages 199-210

Pricing Routines and Industrial Dynamics

Recuperada el 01 de abril de 2018, de www.researchgate.net

Environmental flow management: An analysis applied to the Ebro River Basin

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 182, 1 May 2018, Pages 838-851

Convergence and divergence in world income and emissions: New insights from MRIO models

International Conference on Regional: International Trade and Employment Science (Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla), de https://scholar.google.es

The electricity industry in Spain: A structural analysis using a disaggregated input-output model

Energy. Volume 141, 15 December 2017, Pages 2640-2651

Domestic GHG emissions and the responsibility of households in Spain: looking for regional differences

Applied Economics, 49:53, 5397-5411

The impact of household consumption patterns on emissions in Spain

Energy Economics, 32(1), 176-185.

Downscaling the grey water footprints of production and consumption

Journal of Cleaner Production. Volume 132, 20 September 2016, Pages 171-183

Tracking Water Footprints at the micro and meso scale: An application to the Spanish tourism by regions and municipalities

Journal of Industrial Ecology 20(3):n/a-n/a

Modeling the carbon consequences of pro-environmental consumer behavior

Applied Energy. Volume 184, 15 December 2016, Pages 1207-1216

Modelling regional policy scenarios in the agri-food sector: A case study of a Spanish region

Applied Economics. Volume 48, 2016 – Issue 16

El embalse de Mequinenza: Su aportación al delta del Ebro y su potencialidad para el desarrollo económico

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies. Vol. 16-2 (2016)

Social, economic, and environmental analysis for the agri-food system with a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). Ch. 15, pp. 158-173 in J.

Murray, D. McBarian and T. Weidmann (editors): Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to Social Analysis and Assessment. Common Ground Publishing LLC, Illinois, USA

Water resources in the Ebro river basin: A century of evolution 1913–2013

 Water 7(6):3072-3082

A formal discussion of the Sarewitz-Nelson rules. Economics of innovation and new technology

Economics of Innovation and New Technology. Volume 25, 2016 – Issue 7, Pages 714-730

Electricity cost in irrigated agriculture: A case study for an irrigation scheme in Spain

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2016.05.075

Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy within a Simple Dynamic Model

Metroeconomica. International Review of Economics. Volume 68, Issue3, Pages 425-464

Evaluating the structural effects of a big cultural event: The case of the International EXPO Zaragoza 2008

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 15-1.

Households’ behaviour and environmental emissions in a regional economy

Economic Systems Research. Volume 26, 2014 – Issue 4, pp. 410-430.

Technological change in irrigated agriculture in a semi-arid region of Spain

WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 50(12), pp. 9221-9235.

Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy: A case study in Spain“.

Industrial Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

The water footprint of tourism in Spain

Tourism Management. Volume 40, February 2014, Pages 90-101

The Role of Consumption Patterns, Demand, and Technological Factors on the Recent Evolution of CO2 Emissions in a Group of Advanced Economies

Ecological Economics. Volume 96, December 2013, Pages 1-13

Economic growth and the evolution of water consumption in Spain: A structural decomposition analysis

Ecological Economics. Volume 96, December 2013, Pages 51-61

A multiregional Input-Ouptut model for the evaluation of Spanish water flows

Environmental Science & Technology 47(21), 12275-12283.

Report: La industria agroalimentaria en la economía aragonesa: capacidad dinamizadora, escenarios de crecimiento y medio ambiente, Consejo Económico y Social de Aragón, CESA.

CONSEJO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL DE ARAGÓN

Water resources analysis in Riegos del Alto Aragón (Huesca) in the first decade of the 21st century

ECONOMÍA AGRARIA Y RECURSOS NATURALES, 13(1), pp. 95-124.

Social groups and CO2 emissions in Spanish households

Energy Policy. V. 44; p. 441-450

Water footprints for Spanish regions based on a Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) model

The Sustainability Practitioners’ Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Chapter: 13, pp.117-126

A tax policy strategy faces with future water availability using a dynamic CGE approach

EcoMod2013 5349, EcoMod.

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2014) “Stock and mobility of researchers and industrial leadership”, Metroeconomica 65:1, 95-122, DOI: 10.1111/meca.12032.(JCR: 0.984, Q2)

Metroeconomica, International Review of Economics. Volume65, Issue1, February 2014, Pages 95-122

Policy strategies and technological change in agricultura in a Spanish semi-arid area: Insights from dynamic CGE Model

Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, CAE Working Papers

Water Flows in the Spanish Economy: Agri-Food Sectors, Trade and Households Diets in an Input-Output Framework

Environmental Science & Technology. 2012 Jun 19;46(12):6530-8.

F. Fatas-Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez-Choliz (2012) “Innovation, Cycles and Growth”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 22:2, 207-233, DOI: 10.1007/s00191-011-0263-z. (JCR: 0.723, Q3)

Journal of Evolutionary Economics

Water Rates and the Responsibilities of Direct, Indirect and End-Users in Spain

Economic Systems Research, 23 (4), Pages 409-430.

Sustainable use of renewable resources: An identity approach

Journal of Bioeconomics, 13 (2), pp 97–123

Who should pay the cost of water? An application to a Spanish region

Food production: New Research. Nova Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2.

Structural Decomposition Analysis of water uses in Spain

 Ecological Economics 96:51–61

Non-strictly economic motivations and intergenerational equity in ecological models

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics. Vol. 23 (11). Pp. 1-2.

Environmental identity and intergenerational equity

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics. Vol. 23(11): 19-36.

A negotiated solution for the Jordan Basin

Journal of the Operational Research Society Volume 62 (1), pp 81–91.

Water consumption based on a disaggregated Social Accounting Matrix of Huesca (Spain)

Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol. 14 (3), Pp. 496-511.

La agricultura y el agua en el sistema productivo. Análisis de su importancia en la economía aragonesa a través de una Matriz de Contabilidad Social

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 163 – 178.

Environmental impacts of a regional economy: an application to the Aragonese economy (Spain)

Regional and Sectoral Economics Studies, 10 (2).

Comparison and components of backward linkages in a social accounting matrix

Working paper of the International Input-output Association.

Industrial leadership in science-based industries. A co-evolution model

Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, Vol. 72, Pp. 390-407.

Identity and the optimal exploitation of renewable resources

International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, 15. Pp. 47 – 67.

S-shaped curves in economic growth

Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, Volume 3, (2), pp 239–259.

El Coste Financiero en la DMA. Tarifas sobre el Uso del Agua en la Agricultura

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 263 – 277.

Agua virtual y huella hidrológica

La Economía del Agua de Riego en España: Una Perspectiva Regional. Pp. 199 – 219.

Endogenous cyclical growth with a sigmoidal diffusion of innovations

Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 17, 3-4, Pp. 241-268.

Modeling the Co-evolution of National Industries and Institutions

Industrial and Corporate Change. Vol. 17, (1), pp. 65-108.

S-shaped Economic Dynamics. The Logistic and Gompertz curves generalized

The Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modeling and Economic Dynamics, nº 1048.

Environmental impact of household activity in Spain

Ecological Economics, Vol. 62 (2), Pp. 308-318.

The projects of the CREDENAT’s group ranks the University of Zaragoza among the 20 most productive institutions in the world in relation to the research on the water footprint

According to a recent article published in the Journal of Cleaner Production, “Mapping of water footprint research: A bibliometric analysis during 2006-2015” (Zang et al., 2017), the Saragossa’s University get among the 20 most productive institutions in the world in relation to the research in the field of the water footprint, occupying the 12th position.

This has been possible thanks to the research groups of the Economic’s and Business’s Faculty and others attached to the IA2, such as CREDENAT, who works on the projects:
• ECO2016-74940-P “Multiregional and dynamic models applied to economic growth, technological change and the environment” (IP: Julio Sánchez-Chóliz and Rosa Duarte)
• ECO2015-65582 “The integration of the international economy and its effects: agri-food production, natural resources, society and the environment (XIX-XX centuries)” (IP: Iñaki Iriarte and Vicente Pinilla).

The water footprint is an indicator of the environmental impacts of consumption and production patterns. The main contribution of this research is on the development of environmentally enhanced economic models that assess the impact of different technologies, rent levels, consumption patterns, international trade, on the water resources.

This has allowed them to study these impacts from a historical perspective as well as formulate stages of growth and technological change on the reduction of impacts.

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Raquel Langarita presents an article in Dubrovnik

September 2015

Raquel Langarita presents the article “Energy costs in irrigated agriculture. Rethinking the electricity sector in Spain”, developed by Rosa Duarte, Sofía Jiménez, Raquel Langarita, Julio Sánchez y Cristina Sarasa, in the 10th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, held in Dubrovnik (Croatia) from September 27 to October 3, 2015.

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