Last October 3rd , GEAR-UCLM has been visited by a group of researchers from three Chinese Universities to discuss and present recent works about Chinese, EU and World socioeconomic challenges.
The workshop, entitled “A comparative analysis of current economic problems between Spain-EU and China” was organized by Prof. Óscar Dejuán and María Ángeles Cadarso (University of Castilla-La Mancha) and by Prof. Ma Ying from Wuhan University.
The list of participants were: Prof. Guo Xibao, Ye Chusheng and Li Zhuo from Wuhan University, Prof. Ning Zhong from Fudan University, Prof. Xu Changsheng from Huanzhong University of Science and Technology and Prof. Fabio Monsalve and Guadalupe Arce from the University of Castilla-La Mancha.
Thank you for visit us!!
LINK TO THE PROGRAM
GEAR team members Jorge E. Zafrilla and Luis Antonio López, in collaboration with Tiago Domingos, from MARETEC, Intituto Superior Técnico (University of Lisbon), have recently published the Correspondence entitled “Consistency of technology-adjusted
consumption-based accounting” in the prestigious journal Nature Climate Change.
Nature Climate Change 6, 729 (2016). doi:10.1038/nclimate3059
During July, GEAR-UCLM has been visited by the researcher and lecturer Mona Chitnis from the University of Surrey, Guilford (United Kingdom). With this visit, Mona and the GEAR-UCLM members have strengthened potential common collaborations.
Last Wednesday, July 27th, Mona presented her last contributions in the field of the estimation of direct and indirect rebounds effects for UK households in the framework a research seminar with the GEAR-UCLM group.
Thank you Mona for visiting us!
More about Dr. Mona Chitnis at: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/economics/people/mona_chitnis/
GEAR team members Luis A. López, Guadalupe Arce and Fabio Monsalve, in collaboration with Manuel Morenate, graduate student of the Master’s Degree Programme
in Sustainable Growth and Development, have recently published in Journal of Industrial Ecology the paper entitle “Assessing the Inequality of Spanish Households through the Carbon Footprint: The 21st Century Great Recession Effect”.
GEAR team members Fabio Monsalve, Jorge E. Zafrilla and María Ángeles Cadarso have recently published in Ecological Economics the paper entitle “Where have all the funds gone? Multiregional input-output analysis of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development”.
GEAR team members Nuria Gómez, María Ángeles Cadarso and Fabio Monsalve have recently published in Journal of Cleaner Production the paper entitle “Carbon footprint of a university in a multiregional model: the case of the University of Castilla-La Mancha”.
Jorge Zafrilla has been invited by the Seville University (Cátedra de Economía de la Energía y del Medio Ambiente) to giving a talk entitled: “Global emissions chains and multinational enterprises. Measuring responsibilities following the control criterion” in the framework of the VIII WORKSHOP ON ENERGY ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC POLICIES EVALUATION (June, 8 – 9 th).
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GEAR team members Guadalupe Arce and Luis A. López, in collaboration with Dabo Guan, Professor in Climate Change Economics in the School of International Development (University of East Anglia, UK), have recently published in Applied Energy the paper entitle “Carbon emissions embodied in international trade: The post-China era”.
Last Thursday, May 12th, GEAR team was visited by the researcher of the Centre of Economic Scenario Analysis and Research, S.L. – CESAR (http://www.cesarecon.es/en) and the Austrian Institute of Economic Research, WIFO (http://www.wifo.ac.at/kurt_kratena). Kurt is also Associate Professor at the University of Loyola (Seville).
At the working meeting, some lines of future collaboration between the two teams were established.
Guadalupe Arce is visiting Richard Wood in the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) for the next 3 months. The work to be developed in these months is going to be related to the importance of extreme inequality in the sustainability, taking into account the social, economic and environmental impacts.