BEAT brings together researchers who are already producing a substantial research output.

BEAT organizes its activities along three research lines that reflect the strengths of its members and combine their expertise.

Recent publications

Atay A., P. Calleja, S. Soteras. 2021. Open shop scheduling games, European Journal of Operational Resarch, 295 (1): 12–21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2021.02.030

Atay A., A. Mauleon, and V. Vannetelbosch. 2021. A bargaining set for roommate problems, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 94: 102465.

Calleja, P., Llerena, F., and Sudhölter, P. 2021. Monotonicity and weighted prenucleoli: A charactertization without consistency. Forthcoming in Mathematics of Operations Research.

Raurich, X. and Seegmuller, T. Income distribution by age group and productive bubblesforthcoming in Macroeconomic Dynamics. 

Tadei, F., 2021,“Colonizer Identity and Trade in Africa: Were the British More Favourable to Free Trade?”, Economic History Review, https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.13107

 de Frutos Cachorro, J., Marín-Solano, J., Navas, J. 2021. Competition between different groundwater uses under water scarcityWater Resources and Economics, 33 (100173).

Lu, L.; Navas, J. 2021. Advertising and quality improving strategies in a supply chain when facing potential crises. European Journal of Operational Research, 288, pp. 839-851.

Basco, S., Domènech, J. and Rosés, J.R. 2021. The Redistributive Effects of Pandemics: Evidence from the Spanish Flu, World Development, 141.

Ducoing, C. & Peres-Cajías, J.A. (eds.). 2021. Natural Resources and Divergence. A Comparison of Andean and Nordic TrajectoriesCham, Switzerland: Palgrave.

Kehoe, T.; Machicado, C. G. Peres-Cajías, J.A. 2021. The Monetary and Fiscal History of Bolivia, 1960-2017, in Kehoe, T. & Nicolini, J.P (eds.), A Monetary and Fiscal History of Latin America, 1960-2017. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Yousefi, M.; Darvishi, A.; Tello, E.; Barghjelveh, S.; Dinan, N.M.; Marull, J. 2021. Comparison of two biophysical indicators under different landscape complexity, Ecological Indicators, 124(107439). 

Calleja, P., Llerena, F., and Sudhölter, P. 2021. Axiomatizations of Dutta-Ray’s egalitarian solution on the domain of convex games, Journal of Mathematical Economics, on-line first.

Calleja, P., Llerena, F., and Sudhölter, P. 2021. Constrained welfare egalitarianism in surplus-sharing problems. Mathematical Social Sciences, 109, 45-51.

Gersbach, H. and Mamageishvili, A & Tejada, O. 2021. The Effect of Handicaps on Turnout Incentives with an Application to Assessment Voting, Journal of Economic Theory, 195, 105228.

Gersbach, H., Imhof, S & Tejada, O. 2021. Channeling the final say in politics: a simple mechanism, Economic Theory, 71: 151–183.

Branisa, B.; Peres-Cajías, J. A. & Caspa, N. 2020. The Biological Standard of Living in La Paz (Bolivia), 1880s-1920s: persistent stagnation and inequality, Economics and Human Biology, 37.

Basco, S. and Tang, J.P. 2020. The Samurai Bond: Credit Supply, Market Access and Structural Transformation in Pre-War Japan, Journal of Economic History, 80(2): 457-500.

Peres-Cajías, J.A. 2020. From West to East: Bolivian Regional GDPs since the 1950s. A story of Natural Resources and Infrastructure, in Tirado-Fabregat, D., Badia-Miró, M & Willebald, H. Time and Space. Latin American Regional Development in Historical Perspective. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 97-129.

Barigozzi, F. and Manna, E. 2020. Envy in Mission-Oriented Organisations, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 179(11): 395-424.

CruzE. and Raurich, X. 2020. Leisure Time and the Sectoral Composition of EmploymentReview of Economic Dynamics, 38, 198-219. 

B.L. Chen, S.F. Lee and Raurich, X. 2020. Non-separable utilities and aggregate instabilityInternational Journal of Economic Theory, 16 (2), 222-237. 

Alonso-Carrera, J., Caballé, J. and Raurich, X. 2020. Intergenerational mobility in education and occupation, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 24, 291-326. 

Lu, L.; Navas, J. 2020Lanchester duopoly model revisited: Advertising competition under time inconsistent preferences. Journal of the Operational Research Society. Forthcoming.

Martínez-de-Albéniz, F.J.; Rafels, C.; Ybern, N. 2020. Assortative multisided assignment games: the extreme core points, Games and Economic Behavior, 120:144–153.

Núñez, M.; Rafels, C.; Robles, F. 2020. A mechanism for package allocation problems with gross substitutes, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 87, 6-14. 

Izquierdo, J.M.Rafels, C. 2020. Core allocations in Co-investment problems, Group Decision and Negotiation, 29, 1157-1180.

de Frutos Cachorro, J., Willeghems, G., Buysse, J. 2020. Exploring investment potential in a context of nuclear phase-out uncertainty: Perfect vs. imperfect electricity markets, Energy Policy, 144 (111640), pp. 01-15. 

Josa-Fombellida, R.; Navas, J. 2020. Time consistent pension funding in a defined benefit pension plan with non-constant discounting. Insurance Mathematics and Economics, 94, pp. 142-153. 

Sabaté, O.; Espuelas, S., and Herranz-Loncán, A. 2020, early viewMilitary wages and coups d’état in Spain (1850-1915): the use of public spending as a coup-proofing strategy, Revista de Historia Económica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, p. 1-37. 

Padró, R.; Tello, E.; Marco, I.; Olarieta, J. R.; Grasa, M. M.; Font, C. 2020. Modelling the scaling up of sustainable farming into Agroecology Territories: Potentials and bottlenecks at the landscape level in a Mediterranean case study, Journal of Cleaner Production, 275, 124043. 

Font, C., Padró, R., Cattaneo, C., Marull, J., Tello, E., Alabert, A., Farré, M. 2020. How farmers shape cultural landscapes. Dealing with information in farm systems (Vallès County, Catalonia, 1860), Ecological Indicators, 112: 106104. 

Marco, I., Padró, R., Tello, E.  2020. Labour, nature, and exploitation: Social metabolism and inequality in a farming community in mid-19th century CataloniaJournal of Agrarian Change, 20(3): 408-436.  

Martínez-González, J.L., Suriñach, J., Jover, G., Martín-Vide, J., Barriendos-Vallvé, M., Tello, E. 2020. Assessing climate impacts on English economic growth (1645–1740): an econometric approach, Climatic Change, 160(2), 233-249

Aguilar-Retureta, J. M.; Badia-Miró, M.; Herranz-Loncán, A. 2020Regional GDPs in Mexico, 1895-2010, In Badia-Miró, M.; Tirado-Fabregat, D. and Willebald, H. (eds.), Long term patterns of regional inequality in Latin America, London, Palgrave, pp. 211-239

De Chiara, A. 2020. Precontractual Investment and Modes of Procurement, European Economic Review, 124.

Brotherhood, L. and Delalibera, B. 2020. Minding the gap between Schools and Universities,  Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 120, 104010.

Barros Jr, F., Brotherhood, L. and Rodrigues, V. 2020. Economic complexity and corporate governance,  Applied Economics Letters.

Calleja, P., and Llerena, F. 2020. Consistency, weak fairness and the Shapley value, Mathematical Social Sciences, 105, 28-33.

Calleja, P., Llerena, F., and Sudhölter, P. 2020. Monotonicity and weighted prenucleoli: A charactertization without consistency, Mathematics of Operations Research, 45(3): 1056-1068.

Calzada, J. and Gil, R. 2020. What Do News Aggregators Do? Evidence from Google News in Spain and GermanyMarketing Science, 39(1):134-167. 

Tirado-Fabregat, D. A., Badia-Miró, M., Willebald, H. (Eds.). 2020. Time and Space. Latin American Regional Development in Historical PerspectivePalgrave Macmillan 

Núñez, M.; Rafels,C.; Robles, F. 2020. A mechanism for package allocation problems with gross substitutes, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 87, 6-14.

Badia-Miró, M.; Martinez-Galarraga, J.; Nicolini, E.; Tirado-Fabregat, D.A.; Willebald, H. 2020. Regional economic inequality in Latin America (1895-2010), Investigaciones de Historia Económica, 16, 3.  

Vilalta-Bufí, M. and Ribó, A. 2020. Restrictions for different functional forms of the matching function, SERIEs, 11, 105–113. 

Tadei, F. 2020. Measuring Extractive Institutions: Colonial Trade and Price Gaps in French AfricaEuropean Review of Economic History, 24(1): 1-23.

Papadomichelakis, G.; Patxot, C.; Sole, M.; Souto, G.; Renteria, E. 2020. Protecting the elderly and children in times of crisis: An analysis based on National Transfer Accounts, Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 15.

Jorge-Sotelo, E. 2020. The impact of the first world war on the Spanish money market: new evidence from money market and bank lending interest rates, 1900–1935, Revista De Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 32 (1): 1–32.

Kallis, G., Paulson, S., D’Alisa, G., Demaria, F. 2020. The case for degrowth. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Publications 2019

De Chiara, A. and Manna, E. 2019.  Delegation with a Reciprocal Agent,Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization, 35(3): 651-695.


Nogués-Marco, P.; Herranz-Loncán, A.; Aslanidis, N. 2019. The making of a national currency. Spatial transaction costs and money market integration in Spain (1825-1874), Journal of Economic History, 79(4): 1094-1127.


de Frutos Cachorro, J., Willeghems, G., Buysse, J. 2019. Strategic investment decisions under the nuclear power debate in Belgium. Resource and Energy Economics, 57: 156-184, doi: 10.1016/j.reseneeco.2019.04.006.


de Frutos Cachorro, J., Erdlenbruch, K., Tidball, M. 2019. Sharing a groundwater resource in a context of regime shifts.  Environmental and Resource Economics, 72 (4): 913-940, doi: 10.1007/s10640-018-0233-0.


Livio, L. and De Chiara, A. 2019. Friends or Foes? Optimal Incentives for Reciprocal Agents,  Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 167: 245-278.


Calzada, J. and Fageda, X. 2019. Route expansion in the European Air Transport Market, Regional Studies, 53:8, 1149-1160.


Basco, S. and Mestieri, M. 2019. The World Income Distribution: The Effects of International Unbundling of Production,  Journal of Economic Growth, 24: 189-22.


Calonge, S., Manresa, A. 2019. Crisis economica y desigualdad de la renta en España. Efectos distributivos de las políticas públicas. Ed FUNCAS.


Vilalta-Bufí, M. and Kucel, A. 2019. University program characteristics and education-job mismatch, B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 19(4).


Calleja, P. and Llerena, F. 2019. Path monotonicity, consistency and axiomatizations of some weighted values. International Journal of Game Theory, 48, 287-310.


Calonge, S., Manresa. 2019. Crisis economica y desigualdad de la renta en España. Efectos distributivos de las políticas públicas. Ed FUNCAS.


Abío, G.; Alcañiz, M.; Gómez-Puig, M.; Rubert, G.; Serrano, M.; Stoyanova, A.; Vilalta-Bufí, M. 2019. Retaking a course in economics: Innovative teaching strategies to improve academic performance in groups of low-performing students, Innovations in Education and Teaching International 56(2), 206-216.


Alonso-Meijide, J.M.; Álvarez-Mozos, M.; Fiestras-Janeiro, M.G.; Jiménez-Losada, A. 2019. Complete null agent for games with externalities. Expert Systems with Applications, 135, pp 1-11.


Jerbashian, V. 2019. Automation and Job Polarization: On the Decline of Middling Occupations in Europe. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 81(5): 1095-1116.


Marull, J.; Cattaneo, C.; Gingrich, S.; González de Molina, M.; Guzmán, G. I.; Watson, A.; MacFadyen, J.; Pons, M.; Tello, E. 2019. Comparative Energy-Landscape Integrated Analysis (ELIA) of past and present agroecosystems in North America and Europe from the 1830s to the 2010sAgricultural Systems, 175:46-57.


Marull, J.; Herrando, S.; Brotons, L.; Melero, Y.; Pino, J.; Cattaneo, C.; Pons, M.; Llobet, J.; Tello, E. 2019. Building on Margalef: Testing the links between landscape structure, energy and information flows driven by farming and biodiversityScience of the Total Environment, 674: 603-614.


Padró, R.; Marco, I.; Font, C.; Tello, E. 2019. Beyond Chayanov: A sustainable agroecological farm reproductive analysis of peasant domestic units and rural communities (Sentmenat; Catalonia, 1860). Ecological Economics, 160: 227-239.


Cervera, T., Pino, J., Marull, J., Padró, R., Tello, E. 2019. Understanding the long-term dynamics of forest transition: From deforestation to afforestation in a Mediterranean landscape (Catalonia, 1868–2005). Land Use Policy, 80:318-331.


Díez, L.; Olarieta, J. R.; Tello, E. 2019. Belowground and Aboveground Sustainability: Historical Management Change in a Mediterranean Agroecosystem (Les Oluges, Spain, 1860–1959-1999). Human Ecology, 47: 639-651.


Martínez-González, J.L.; Jover-Avellà, G.; Tello, E. 2019. Building an annual series of English wheat production in an intriguing era (1645-1761): methodology, challenges and results. Historia Agraria, 79:  41-69.


Murray. I.; Jover-Avella, G.; Fullana, O.; Tello, E. 2019. Biocultural Heritages in Mallorca: Explaining the Resilience of Peasant Landscapes within a Mediterranean Tourist Hotspot, 1870-2016. Sustainabilty, 11(7), 1926.


Jover-Avellà, G.; Mas-Forners, A.; Soto-Company, R.; Tello, E. 2019. Socioecological Transition in Land and Labour Exploitation in Mallorca: From Slavery to a Low-Wage Workforce, 1229–1576. Sustainability, 11(1): 168 -194.


Urrego Mesa, J.A.; Infante-Amate, J.; Tello, E. (2019). Pastures and Cash Crops: Biomass Flows in the Socio-Metabolic Transition of Twentieth-Century Colombian Agriculture. Sustainability, 11(1): 117-145.


Cavalcanti Ferreira, P., Brotherhood, L. and Santos, C. 2019. Returns to Schooling and Quality of Education in Brazil: Evidence from Migrants Data, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 67(3), 439-459.


Atay, A.; Núñez, M. 2019.  A note on the relationship between the core and stable sets in three-sided markets. Mathematical Social Sciences, 98, 10 – 14.


Atay, A.; Núñez, M. 2019. Multi-sided assignment games on m-partite graphs. Annals of Operations Research, 279, 271-290.


Robles, F.; Núñez, M. 2019. One-seller assignmentmarkets with multi-unit demands: core and competitive equilibrium. International Journal of Economic Theory, 15, 169-182.


Núñez, M.; Rafels, C. 2019. Shapley values for two-sided assignment markets. In Handbook of the Shapley Value, E. Algaba, V. Fragnelli and J. Sánchez-Spriano eds. Chapman and Hall/CRC Press.


Lu, L.; Marín-Solano, J.; Navas, J. 2019. An analysis of efficiency of time-consistent coordination mechanisms in a model of supply chain management. European Journal of Operational Research, 279, pp. 211-224.


Raurich, X. and Seegmuller, T. 2019. Growth and Bubbles: The Interplay between Productive Investment and the Cost of Rearing Children, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 82, 150-159.


Raurich, X. and Seegmuller, T. 2019. On the interplay between speculative bubbles and productive investment, European Economic Review, 111, 400-420.


Martínez-de-Albéniz, F.J.; Rafels, C.; Ybern, N. 2019. A note on assignment games with the same nucleolus.TOP, 27:187-198.


Martínez-de-Albéniz, F.J.; Rafels, C.; Ybern, N. 2019. Solving Becker’s assortative assignments and extensions.Games and Economic Behavior, 113:248-261.


Michailidis, G., Patxot, C. & M. Solé. 2019. Do pensions foster education? An empirical perspective, Applied Economics, 51(38): 4127-4150.


Patxot, C.; Solé, M. & Souto, G. 2019. Sustainability and adequacy of the Spanish pension system after the 2013 reform: a microsimulation analysis, Hacienda Pública Española / Review of Public Economics, 228-(1): 109-150.


Patxot, C., Michailidis, G. 2019. Political viability of public pensions and education. An empirical application, Applied Economics Letters, 26(3): 245-9.


Kothari, A., Salleh, A., Escobar, A., Demaria, F. and Acosta Alberto (eds). 2019. Pluriverse: A Post-Development Dictionary. Tulika / Columbia University Press.

Publications 2018

Calzada, J., García-Mariñoso, B., Ribé, J., Rubio-Campillo, R. and Suarez, D. 2018. Fiber deployment in Spain, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 53 (3), 256-274.


Calzada, J. and Tselekounis, M. 2018. Net Neutrality in a Hyperlinked Economy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 59, 190-221.


Calzada, J. and Sanz, A. 2018.  Universal Access to Clean Cookstoves: Evaluation of a Public Program in Peru, Energy Policy, 118, 559-572.


Herranz-Loncán, A. and Fourie, J. 2018. For the Public Benefit? Railways in the British Cape Colony. European Review of Economic History, 22(1): 73-100.


Peres-Cajías, J. A.; Ducoing, C.; Badia-Miró, M.; Bergquist, A.-K.; Contreras, C.; Ranestad, K.; Torregosa, S. 2018. Natural Resource Curse in the long run? Bolivia, Chile and Peru in the Nordic Countries’ Mirror, Sustainability, 10 (4), 965.


Peres-Cajías, J. A. and Carreras-Marín, A. 2018.Bolivian Official Trade Statistics (1910-1949): Landlockness and the limits of a Standard Accuracy Approach.Revista de Historia Económica. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 36 (1), pp. 53-86.


Wanderley, F. & Peres-Cajías, J. A. (eds.). 2018.Los desafíos del desarrollo productivo en el siglo XXI: diversificación justicia social y sostenibilidad ambiental. La Paz: FES/PLURAL. ISBN: 978-99954-1-881-6.


de Frutos Cachorro, J., Gobin, A., Buysse, J. 2018. Farm-level adaptation to climate change: The case of the Loam region in Belgium. Agricultural Systems, 165: 164-176.


De Chiara, A., Livio, L. and Ponce, J. 2018. Flexible and Mandatory Banking Supervision Journal of Financial Stability, vol. 34, p. 86-104.


Calzada, J. and M. Tselekounis. 2018. Net Neutrality in a Hyperlinked Economy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 59, 190-221.


Basco, S. 2018. Housing Bubbles: Origins and Consequences, Palgrave MacMillan.


Basco, S. and M. Mestieri. 2018. Mergers along the Global Supply Chain: Information Technologies and Routine Tasks, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 80(2): 406-433.


Tello, E.; Badia-Miró, M. 2018. Land-use and rural inequality profiles in the province of Barcelona in mid-nineteenth century. Historia Agraria, 76:157–188. Awarded with the XIV Ramon Garrabou Prize to the best article in Agrarian History by the Society for Agricultural History (SEHA)]


Badia-Miró, M., Nicolini, E., and Willebald, H. 2018. Growth and Regional Disparities in South America, 1890-1960.The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 49 (1).


Badia-Miró, M., Carreras-Marín, A., and Meissner, C.M. 2018. Geography, Policy, or Productivity? Regional Trade in five South American countries 1910-1950, The Economic History Review, 71(1): 236-266.


Badia-Miró, M., Díaz-Bahamonde, J. 2018. Chilean trade 1880-1930: A comment to the sources for the age of exports. Revista de Historia Económica, 36 (3): 481-500.


Abio, G., Patxot, C., Sánchez-Romero, M., and Souto, G. 2018. Contribution of demography to economic growth, Series – Journal of the Spanish Economic Association, 9 (1): 27-6.


Tejada, O.; Alvarez-Mozos, M. 2018. Graphs and (levels of) cooperation in games: Two ways how to allocate the surplus. Mathematical Social Sciences, 93, pp 114-122.


Jerbashian, V. and Kochanova, A. 2018. Tele-Communications 2.0: The Age of the Internet, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 18 (3), 1—8.


Díez, L., Cussó, X., Padró, R., Marco, I., Cattaneo, C., Olarieta, J.R., Garrabou, R., Tello, E. 2018. More than energy transformations: a historical transition from organic to industrialized farm systems in a Mediterranean village (Les Oluges, Catalonia, 1860–1959–1999),  International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 16(4-5):399-417.


Marull, J.; Tello, E.; Bagaria, G.; Font, X.; Cattaneo, C.; Pino, J. 2018. Exploring the links between social metabolism and biodiversity distribution across landscape gradients: A regional-scale contribution to the land-sharing versus land-sparing debate, Science of the Total Environment, 619-620: 1272-1285.


Tello, E; Jover, G.; Murray, I.; Fullana, O.; Soto, R. 2018. From feudal colonization to agrarian capitalism in Mallorca: Peasant endurance under the rise and fall of large states (1229-1900). Journal of Agrarian Change, 18(3):483-516.  [Awarded with The Bernstein & Byres Prize in Agrarian Change for 2018]


Cattaneo, C.; Marull, J.; Tello, E. 2018. Landscape Agroecology. The Dysfunctionalities of Industrial Agriculture and the Loss of the Circular Bioeconomy in the Barcelona Region, 1956–2009. Sustainability, 10: 4722-4744.


Marco, I., Padró, R., Cattaneo, C., Caravaca, J.; Tello, E. 2018. From vineyards to feedlots: A fund-flow scanning of sociometabolic transitions in the Vallès County (Catalonia, 1860-1956-1999). Regional Environmental Change, 18(4):981–993.


Marull, J., Cunfer, G., Sylvester, K., & Tello, E. 2018. A landscape ecology assessment of land-use change on the Great Plains-Denver (CO, USA) metropolitan edge. Regional Environmental Change, 18(6):1765–1782.


Tadei, F.  2018. The Long-Term Effects of Extractive Institutions: Evidence from Trade Policies in Colonial French Africa, Economic History of Developing Regions, 33(3): 183-208.


Prat, M. 2018. The Labour Movement and Business Elites Under Waning Fascism: Spain 1939-1951, in Berger, S. & Boldorf, M. (ed.) Social Movements and the Change of Economic Elites in Europe after 1945, Palgrave, pp. 239-256.


Trigg L., Kumpunen, S., Holder, J., Maarse, H., Solé-Juvé, M. and Gil, J. 2018.Information and Choice of Residential Care Provider for Older People: A Comparative Study in England, the Netherlands and Spain.Ageing & Society, 38 (6): 1121-1147.


Gil J., Sicras-Mainar, A. and Zucchelli, E. 2018. Uncontrolled Diabetes and Healthcare Utilization: Panel Data Evidence from Spain, European Journal of Health Economics, 19 (6): 785-795.


Izquierdo, J.M.; Rafels, C. 2018. The core and the steady bargaining set for convex games. International Journal of Game Theory, 47, 35-54.


Atay A. and T. Solymosi. 2018. On bargaining sets of supplier-firm-buyer games, Economics Letters, 167: 99–103.


Grech, Ph. & Tejada, O. 2018. Divide the dollar and conquer more: sequential bargaining and risk aversion, International Journal of Game Theory, 47: 1261–1286.


Gersbach, H & Tejada, O. 2018. A Reform Dilemma in polarized democracies, Journal of Public Economics, 160:148-158.

Publications 2017

Manna, E. 2017. Customer-Oriented Employees: Blessing or Curse for Firms?,  Journal of Economics & Management Strategy,  26 (4): 842-875.


De Chiara, A. and Livio, L. 2017. The Threat of Corruption and the Optimal Supervisory Task,  Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 133, p. 172-186.


Calleja, P. and Llerena, F. 2017. Rationality, aggregate monotonicity and consistency in cooperative games: some (im)possibility results. Social Choice and Welfare,  48, 197-220.


Peres-Cajías, J.A. 2017. Bolivian Tariff  Policy during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century: High Average Tariff and Unbalanced Regional Protection. Journal of Latin American Studies, 49 (3), pp. 433-462.


Peres-Cajías, J.A. & Carreras-Marín, A. 2017. The Bolivian Export Sector, 1870-1950, in Kuntz, S. (ed.), The First Export Era Revisited. Reassesing its contribution to Latin American economies. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 75-110. ISBN: 978-3-319-62339-9.


Peres-Cajías, J.A.2017. The expansion of public spending and mass education in Bolivia: did the 1952 Revolution represent a permanent shock?, in Bértola, L. and Williamson, J. (eds.)Has Latin American Inequality changed direction? Looking over the Long Run.New York: Springer, pp. 195-218. ISBN: 978-3-319-44621-9.


Sánchez, E. & Prat, M. 2017. Jouer la carte catalane? Un estudio de la presencia económica francesa en Cataluña, 1939-1975, Revista de Historia Industrial, 70, pp. 145-185.


Prat, M. 2017. “Casa Fortea: lana aragonesa y tejidos catalanes” in SABIO, A. (coord.), Tejidos de vecindad. Los vínculos históricos entre Aragón y Cataluña, siglos XVIII-XX, Gobierno de Aragón-Instituto Fernando el Católico, Zaragoza, pp. 108-131.


Abio, G., Patxot, C., Sánchez-Romero, M., and Souto, G. 2017. The welfare state and demographic dividendsDemographic Research, 36 (48): 1453-1490.


Abio, G., Patxot C., Renteria E., and Souto G. 2017. Intergenerational Transfers in Spain: The Role of Education, Hacienda Pública Española, 223 (4): 101-130.


Alonso-Meijide, J.M; Álvarez-Mozos, M.; Fiestras-Janeiro, M.G. 2017. Power indices and minimal winning coalitions for simple games in partition function form. Group Decision and Negotiation, 26(6): 1231-1245.


Álvarez-Mozos, M., van den Brink, R., van der Laan, G., and Tejada, O. 2017. From hierarchies to levels: new solutions for games with a hierarchical structure. International Journal of Game Theory, 46(4): 1089-1113.


Álvarez-Mozos, M.; Alonso-Meijide, J.M.; Fiestras-Janeiro, M.G. 2017. On the externality free Shapley-Shubik index. Games and Economic Behavior, 105, pp 148-154.


Alonso-Meijide, J.M.; Álvarez-Mozos, M.; Fiestras-Janeiro, M.G.; Jiménez-Losada. 2017. Some structural properties of a lattice of embedded coalitions. International Journal of General Systems, 46(2): 123-143.


Jerbashian, V. and Kochanova, A. 2017. The Impact of Telecommunication Technologies on Competition in Services and Goods Markets: Empirical Evidence. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 119(3):628—655.


Tello, E., Martínez, J. L., Jover-Avellà, G., Olarieta, J. L., García-Ruiz, R., González de Molina, M., Badia-Miró, M., Winiwarter, V. & Koepke, N. 2017. The Onset of the English Agricultural Revolution: Climate Factors and Soil Nutrients (1645-1740). Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 47(4):445-474.


Neundlinger, M., Gingrich, S., Güldner, D., Krausmann, F., Tello, E. 2017. Land, food and labour in pre-industrial agro-ecosystems: a socio-ecological perspective on early 19th century seigneurial systems. Historia Agraria, 71:37-78.


Tello, E.; González de Molina, M. 2017. Methodological Challenges and General Criteria for Assessing and Designing Local Sustainable Agri-Food Systems: A Socio-Ecological Approach at Landscape Level. In: Fraňková, E.; Haas, W.; Simron J. Singh, S.J. (eds.), Socio-metabolic Perspectives on the Sustainability of Local Food Systems. Insights for Science, Policy and Practice, Springer, New York, p. 27-68.


Padró, R., Marco, I., Cattaneo, C., Caravaca, C. & Tello, E. 2017. Does Your Landscape Mirror What You Eat? A Long-Term Socio-metabolic Analysis of a Local Food System in Vallès County (Spain, 1860–1956–1999). In: Fraňková, E.; Haas, W.; Simron J. Singh, S.J. (eds.), Springer, New York, p. 133-164.


Espuelas, S. 2017. Political regime and public social spending in Spain: a time series analysis (1850-2000). Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 35(3): 355-386.


Sabaté, O.; Espuelas, S; Herranz-Loncán, A. 2017. Military wages and coups d’état in Spain (1850-1915): the use of public spending as a coup-proofing strategy. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, first view, pp. 1-37.


Núñez, M.; Solymosi, T. 2017. Lexicographic allocations and extreme core payoffs: the case of assignment games, Annals of Operations Research, 254,  211 – 234.


Banal-Estañol, A., Calzada, J. and Jordana, J. 2017. How to Achieve Full Electrification: Lessons from Latin America, Energy Policy, 108, 55–69.


Calzada, J., Iranzo, S. and Sanz, A. 2017. Community-Managed Water Services: The Case of Peru, Journal of Environment & Development, 26 (4), 400- 428.


de Frutos Cachorro, J., Erdlenbruch, K., Tidball, M. 2017. A dynamic model of irrigation and land-use choice : an application to the beauce aquifer in France European Review of Agricultural Economics, 44 (1), pp 99-120.

Workshops and Conferences

14th Meeting of the African Economic History NetworkBarcelona, 18-19 October 2019. 

Conference “XIV Encuentro de la red Española de elección social” (REES), organized by the Department of EconomicFinancial and Actuarial Economics, Barcelona, November, 2017.

Game Theory and Economic Dynamics Seminar. Organized by Pedro Calleja since 2017 in Barcelona.