SONY DSCDepartment of Economics and Finance – GEAR Research Group
Address: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.
Postal Address: Plaza de la Universidad, 1, CP: 02071, Albacete, Spain. Phone: +34967599200 Ext: 2336; Room: 3.04
e-mail: Oscar.Dejuan@uclm.es

Research Areas:

  • Input-Output Analysis
  • SAM and Applied General Equilibrium Models
  • Environmental and Energy Policy Modelling
  • Growth and Crisis
  • History of Economic Thought

Scientific Publications:

Selected papers published in the last years.

  • Dejuán, O., J. E. Zafrilla, M. Á. Tobarra, F. Monsalve, and C. Córcoles. 2017. Decarbonizing electricity generation in the EU. Its impact on emissions and employment all over the world. In Environmental and Economic Impacts of Decarbonization. Input-Output Studies on the Consequences of the 2015 Paris Agreements, edited by O. Dejuán, et al.: Routledge -Taylor&Francis Group- LINK
  • Dejuán, Ó (1984): La Constitución Económica Española.  Ed. Centro de Estudios Constitucionales, Madrid. (Several prizes included one of the Spanish Congress to the best book published on the Spanish Constitution of 1978)
  • Dejuán, Roca & Toharia (1996): El desempleo en España.  Tres ensayos críticos. Ed. UCLM, Cuenca, 1996.  (Co-authors: Jordi Roca y Luis Toharia)
  • Bricall & Dejuán (eds) (1999): Economía política del crecimiento, fluctuaciones y crisis. Ariel, Barcelona, 1999.
  • Dejuán & Febrero (eds) (2002): La fragilidad financiera del capitalismo.  Ed. UCLM, Cuenca.
  • Dejuán, Febrero & Marcuzzo (2011): The first great recession of the 21st century.  Competing explanations.  Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Dejuán (2012): Economía. Fundamentos y claves de interpretación, Pirámide-Anaya, Madrid.
  • Dejuán, Febrero & Uxó (2013): PostKeynesian views of the economic crisis and its remedies. Routledge, London & New York.
    • Dejuán, Óscar (2013): “Normal paths of growth shaped by the supermultiplier”. In Levrero, Palumbo and Stiratti: Sraffa en the reconstruction of economic theory, v. 2, ch.6, Palgrave-MacMillan, Basingstoke (UK).
    • González, A; Arestis, P. & Dejuán, Ó. (2013): “Business investment, growth and crisis”. In Dejuán, Febrero & Uxó:  Post-Keynesian views of the economic crisis and its remedies, ch.8, Routledge, London & New York.
    • Dejuán, Óscar (2013): “The debt trap”. In Dejuán, Febrero & Uxó:  Post-Keynesian views of the economic crisis and its remedies, ch.4, Routledge, London & New York.
    • Zafrilla, López, Cadarso, Dejuán (2012): “Fulfilling the Kyoto protocol in Spain: A matter of economic crisis or environmental policies?”,  Energy Policy, n.51, pp. 708-719. [JCR, 2.715].icon download
    • Arestis, González & Dejuán (2012): “Investment, financial markets and uncertainty”, Levy Economic Institute Papers. [Digital Journal. In February 2013 it was listed on the SSRN Top Ten download list]. icon download
    • Arestis, González & Dejuán (2012): “Private productive investment in Spain and the US”, Análise Econômica, año 30, n. 58. Pp. 7-27.icon download
    • Dejuán, Ó., Córcoles, C., Gómez, N. and Tobarra, M.A. (2015): “Forecasting energy demand through a dynamic input-output model”, Economics and Business Letters, 4, (3), 108-115
    • González, Arestis & Dejuán (2012): “Modelling accumulation: A theoretical and empirical application of the accelerator principle under uncertainty”, Intervention, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies, v.9, n.2, pp 255-275. icon download
    • Dejuán & Febrero (2011): “The aftermath of a period of nil interest rates.  (Spain 2006-2008)”.  En Dejuán, Febrero, Marcuzzo (eds): The first great recession of the 21st century.  Competing explanations, EE, Aldershot (UK) (2011), ch. 14, pp. 222-245.
    • Dejuán & Febrero (2010) : “Échec d’un modèle de croissance tirée par l’endettement des ménages’’, Économie Appliquée (an International Journal of Economic Analysis, LXIII, n.1, Mars 2010, pp. 63-78. (Co-author: Eladio Febrero).
    • Febrero & Dejuán (2009): “Economic growth driven by household indebtedness. The unsustainable Spanish  experience: 1997 – 2009”, Ekonomiaz, n. 72 (3º Quarter 2009), pp. 80-87, 2010.
    • Pedregal, Dejuán, Gómez & Tobarra (2009): “Modelling demand for crude oil products in Spain”, Energy Policy, 2009.  (Co-author: Pedregal, Gómez y Tobarra). [JCR,2.436].icon download
    • Dejuán, Ó. (2007):“The conventional versus the natural rate of interest.  Implications for Central Bank autonomy”,  Journal of PostKeynesian Economics, v. 29:4, pp. 647-668. [JCR, 0.493].icon download

Selected books

  • Dejuán, Ó (1984): La Constitución Económica Española.  Ed. Centro de Estudios Constitucionales, Madrid. (Several prizes included one of the Spanish Congress to the best book published on the Spanish Constitution of 1978)
  • Dejuán, Roca & Toharia (1996): El desempleo en España.  Tres ensayos críticos. Ed. UCLM, Cuenca, 1996.  (Co-authors: Jordi Roca y Luis Toharia)
  • Bricall & Dejuán (eds) (1999): Economía política del crecimiento, fluctuaciones y crisis. Ariel, Barcelona, 1999.
  • Dejuán & Febrero (eds) (2002): La fragilidad financiera del capitalismo.  Ed. UCLM, Cuenca.
  • Dejuán, Febrero & Marcuzzo (2011): The first great recession of the 21st century.  Competing explanations.  Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Dejuán (2012): Economía. Fundamentos y claves de interpretación, Pirámide-Anaya, Madrid.
  • Dejuán, Febrero & Uxó (2013): PostKeynesian views of the economic crisis and its remedies. Routledge, London & New York.

Teaching

Bachelor´s Degrees

  • Principles of Economics
  • Advanced Macroeconomics

Master´s Degrees – Master in Growth and Sustainable Development

  • Post-Keynesian Growth Models

Seminars

  • Money and Banking