Jose M. Labeaga

Last revision: 10/11/15

 

 

PERSONAL DATA

Position: Full Professor.

Teaching (UNED): Microeconomic Theory. Consumption and Microeconometrics (Master Degree), Design and Evaluation of Public Policies (Master Degree)

Teaching (Others): Doctorate in Economics, Management and Organization (Business Economics)

Phone: + 34 91 398 78 11

Fax: + 34 91 398 63 39

E-Mail:    jlabeaga@cee.uned.es

Address: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, UNED. Departamento de Análisis Económico II, Office 2.26. Paseo Senda del Rey 11. 28040 Madrid (Spain)

Research: Member of the group CONSOLIDER. Consolidating Economics is the only project on Social Sciences funded by the Plan Nacional de I+D+i within Ingenio program belonging to the European Space for Research. 

CV (.pdf file)  

 

SOME RECENT PUBLICATIONS (ENGLISH)

"Estimation of price elasticity with incomplete information", (with X. Labandeira and X. López),  Energy Economics, 34, 627-633, 2012.
"Deprivation using satisfaction measures in Spain: An evaluation of unemployment benefits", (with J:A. Molina y M. Navarro), Journal of Policy Modeling, 33, 287-310, 2011.
"Housing deprivation and health status: evidence from Spain", (with L. Ayala and C. Navarro), Empirical Economics, 38, 555-582, 2010.
"An integrated economic and distributional analysis of energy policies", (with X. Labandeira and M. Rodríguez), Energy Policy, 37, 5776-5786, 2009.
"Discrete choice models of labour supply, behavioural microsimulation and the Spanish tax reforms", (with X. Oliver and A. Spadaro), Journal of Economic Inequality , 6, 247-273, 2008.
"A method for evaluating the excess associated to the characteristics of the goods", (with A. Bilbao and C. Bilbao),  Economics Letters, 96, 209-214, 2007.
"A sequential model of older workers' labor force transitions after a health shock", (with S. Jiménez-Martín and C. Vilaplana-Prieto), Health Economics, 15, 1033-1054, 2006.
"Consumption and habits: Evidence from panel data", (with R. Carrasco and J.D. López-Salido), The Economic Journal, 115, 144-165, 2005.

 

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