I am Ass. Prof. of Economics at the Economics Department of the University of Zaragoza (SPAIN). I am also member of the "Biocomputación y Física de Sistemas Complejos" Institute, of the same University. My educational background is in Mathematical Economics.
I have a PhD in Economics and a DEA (equivalent to M. Sc.) in Economic Analysis, from the University of Zaragoza (SPAIN).
I have completed my Mathematical Economics expertise with several research stays at:
RMIT University, Melbourne, (AUSTRALIA) in 2019.
RMIT University, Melbourne (AUSTRALIA) in 2015.
European University Institute, Florence (ITALY) in 2010; Sup. Prof. Fernando Vega Redondo
Columbia University, New York (USA) in 2006; Sup. Prof. Graciela Chichilnisky
University of Idaho, Moscow (USA) in 2007
University of Birmingham, Birmingham (UK) in 2003
My main research interests are: Economic Theory, Economic Dynamics, Structural Change and Economic Growth, Evolutionary Economics, Political Economy
My teaching experience is mainly about intermediate and advance Microeconomics and Macroeconomics but I have also taught about industrial dynamics and evolutionary economics modelling and methods