Growth, Demand and Natural Resources

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


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)

Water and production reallocation in the Spanish agri-food system

I Cazcarro, R Duarte, J Sánchez Chóliz, C Sarasa Economic Systems Research, 1-22, (2020)

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

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.


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.