Our collaborators

AYeconomics collaborates with researchers from Universities around the world specialised in social economic topics such as labour, environmental or regional development.


Salvatore Capasso

salvatorePosition: Director, Institute for Studies on the Mediterranean Societies (ISSM) – Italian National Council of Research (CNR)

Degree:  Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Finance-Growth nexus and on some specific aspects of Development Economics

Email: capasso@issm.cnr.it

Personal Website


Cristina Nataly Cadena Palacios

Position: Researcher, Fundación Cooperación y Acción Comunitaria

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Entrepreneurship, microcredit, gender differences, satisfaction

Email: nattycadena@yahoo.com


André Carrascal Incera

Position: Research Fellow, University of Birmingham

Degree:  Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Input-Output and Computable General Equilibrium models from a regional perspective

Email: andre.carrascal@usc.es

Personal Website


Sergio Destefanis

sergio Position: Professor, University of Salerno

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Macroeconomics, Labour Economics, Growth and Development in dualistic economies, Quantitative Analysis of productive processes

Email: destefanis@unisa.it

Personal Website


Melchor Fernández

Position: Professor, University of Santiago de Compostela melchor-fernandez

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Development Economics, Labour Economics, Macroeconomics

Email: melchor.fernandez@usc.es


Manuel Fernández-Grela

Position: Professor, University of Santiago de Compostela1241553

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Cluster Economics, Development Economics, Labour Economics, Macroeconomics, Tourism Economics

Email: mf.grela@usc.es


Manuel Flores


Position: Researcher, OECD

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Health economics, Labour economics, Economics of aging, Human capital development and Applied microeconometrics

Email: manuel.flores@oecd.org
Personal Website


Galym Makhmejanov


Position: Director, Center for the Social and Economic Research QIDS (Qazaq Institute of Development Studies), Higher School of Economics of M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University

Degree:Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Economic demography and reforms of social insurance (pension system and compulsory health insurance); Islamic economy and issues of its implementation; development of the financial market; industrial bodies (industrial organizations), political economy in Central Asia and the CIS countries

Email: g_makhmejanov@kazguu.kz


Karen Mumford

 Professor, University of York

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Labour economics, in particular: wage bargaining; industrial disputation; employment dynamics; the relative labour market position of women; job satisfaction; implications from considering networks; and consequences from using the family as the unit of analysis

Email: karen.mumformd@york.ac.uk

Personal Website


Ronald Oaxaca


Position: Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics

Email: rlo@u.arizona.edu

Personal Website




Miguel Rodríguez

image11-fad56f17Position: Professor, University of Vigo

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Energy Economics and the Environment, and Simulation Methods in Economics (General Equilibrium, Econometrics, etc.).

Email: miguel.r@uvigo.es

Personal Website



Arantza Ugidos


Position: Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Basque Country

Degree: Ph.D. Economics

Areas of Expertise: Labour Economics, Population Economics, Microeconometrics

Email: arantza.ugidos@ehu.es



Edith Aguirre

edithPosition: Associate Researcher, AYeconomics. PhD Student, University of York

Degree: Degree in Economics, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (UANL), and a Master in Economics, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas (CIDE)

Areas of Expertise: Applied Microeconomics, Labour Economics, Economics of Education

Email: sear500@york.ac.uk