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Macroeconomics and Labour Economics

Group head:
María Luisa Fuster Pérez
Group web:
Macroeconomics and Labour Economics

Lines of research

  • Monetary policy: consequences of the presence of nonlinearities on the dynamic structure of economic aggregates and the central banks’ preferences as to inflation and output.
  • The cyclical behavior of the labor market, the effects of informational problems and search frictions
  • International trade and international movement of factors
  • Immigration: consequences of the rising immigration rate in Spain
  • Income distribution and wealth: analysis of determining factors
  • Consumer spending and saving: the effect of preferences and market friction on savings and household portfolio
  • Regional Development and Emerging Economies: the influence of human capital on regional development and analysis of crisis and recovery factors in emerging markets
  • Women, Youth, and Labour Markets: Studies on equal opportunities by gender and the affect of educational access on entrance to the labour market by youth and women

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  • Alba Ramirez, Alfonso
  • Alonso Borrego, César
  • Cáceres Delpiano, Julio
  • Carrasco Perea, Raquel
  • Carro Prieto, Jesús
  • Desmet, Klaus
  • Díaz Rodriguez, Antonia
  • Dolado Lobregad, Juan José
  • Erosa Etchebehere, Andrés
  • Escribano Sáez, Álvaro
  • Fernández-Huertas Moraga, Jesús
  • Fuster Pérez, María Luisa
  • Jérez García-Vaquero, Mª Belén
  • Kredler, Matthias
  • Lekfuangfu, Nuarpear
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  • Minale, Luigi
  • Mora Villarrubia, Ricardo
  • Pappa, Paraskevi
  • Santamaría Monturiol, Clara
  • Seoane Bernadaz, Hernán D.
  • Siotis, Georges
  • Stuhler, Jan Leonard
  • Wellschmied, Felix Maximilian
  • Yurdagul, Emircan
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