Francisco Fatas-Villafranca & Isabel Almudi at the workshop “The Normative Dimension of Transformations towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy”
In September 2019, Francisco Fatas-Villafranca and Isabel Almudi (of the CREDENAT group) presented 2 works in the workshop “The Normative Dimension of Transformations towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy” The works were titled: – “Innovation and Sustainability in Evolving complex systems”. – “Microfoundations of sustainability transitions”.
Ignacio Cazcarro participated on July 18 in the round table: “Perspectives from Spain”. Moderator, Mar Rubio, INARBE – Ignacio Cazcarro, ARAID – University of Zaragoza (Agrifood Institute of Aragon, IA2) – Beatriz Mayor, ICATALIST e IIASA – Pier Paolo Miglietta, Universidad de Salento – Juan Salido, DNV GL – Josefina Maestu, MITECO Your browser…
On July 24, 2019, Professor Julio Sánchez Chóliz gave a seminar on the electricity sector at the University of Santiago de Compostela, at the Faculty of Economics.
Isabel Almudi, of the CREDENAT Group, will teach at the International PhD School: “Knowledge Dynamics, Industry Evolution and Economic Development”. Nice (France) More information: https://kid2019.sciencesconf.org/.
Miembros de CREDENAT imparten clases en la University of Jena, Alemania, July 2018. “Academy on Innovation and Uncertainty”.
CREDENAT presents its work on “Absorptive capacity in two sector models” in the Society for Computational Economics. Milan. June, 2018. More information: http://comp-econ.org/CEF_2018/.
CREDENAT presents its work on “Pricing Routines and Industrial Dynamics “at the International Schumpeter Conference, Seoul, Korea, July 2018. More information:https://10times.com/issc-seoul
Members of CREDENAT will participate in EMAEE -2019 conference, June 2019, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. More information: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/spru/newsandevents/events/emaee2019.
On January 30 Raquel Langarita read and defended her doctoral thesis entitled Electricity sector in Spain: Challenges and approach to its modelization in Economics, with mention of international doctorate. The Court was composed of Geoffrey Hewings (University of Illinois), Emilio Padilla (Autonomous University of Barcelona) and Alfredo Mainar (Joint Research Center).