Growth, Demand and Natural Resources

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.

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