Research

My main fields of interest are: Economic Theory, Location Theory, Spatial Economics, New Economic Geography, International Economics, Regional and Urban Economics, Econometrics, Networks, Computational Economics.

Spatial Economics, New Economic Geography, Location Theory

Development of theoretical models that explain where and why the economic activity is located and agglomerated in specific regions or countries.

Regional and Urban Economics

Theoretical and applied analysis to regions and cities.

Econometrics

Use and development of econometric, and spatial econometric, techniques and models to contrast empirically the theoretical models that tend to explain the real world.

Networks

Introduce network theory (graph theory) into economic analysis.

Computational Economics

Use of specialized computer software to simulate economic models.