Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 1989) and Ph.D. in Economics (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 1996). Since 2012, she is Full Professor of Applied Economics at the Universidade de Vigo.
Her research focuses on economic inequality: in the level of development of territories, income inequality among individuals, and labor inequalities among different demographic groups. In her first line of research, she has developed models à la Krugman where she deals with firms’ location. She has also proposed several indicators to measure the spatial concentration of economic activity.
In her second line of research, she has developed, from an axiomatic point of view, different indexes to measure income inequality. With regard to labor economics, she has proposed several indexes with which to measure either segregation or the well-being that the various demographic groups that comprise society derive from their different positions in the labor market. Her empirical studies focus on labor disparities by gender, race, and immigrant status.
Full Professor in the Statistics and Operations Research Department at the Universidade de Vigo, and Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.
His work focuses on game theory, operations research and social choice. His main research fields are cost sharing in operations research problems (minimum spanning tree, PERT method, rucksack, hubs,...) and the study of social choice methods (voting system, task assignment,...).
Associate Professor in the Economic Analysis Department at the Universidade de Vigo, and Ph.D. in Economics from the Universidade de Vigo.
His work focuses on the study of wealth inequality between countries and the use of natural resources. His main research fields are: productivity factors, the impact of property rights and fisheries management.
Full Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at the Universidade de Vigo, and Ph.D. in Economics from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Her work focuses on economic inequality. Her main research fields are: the economics of inequality and poverty, the economics of gender, as well as the distributive analysis of the labor market (unemployment, wage discrimination, and occupational segregation by gender, race, migration status, and sexual orientation).
Full Professor in the Applied Economics Department at the Universidade de Vigo, and Ph.D. in Economics from the International Doctorate in Economic Analysis, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 1999.
His main interests are the analysis of social inequalities (economic poverty, income inequality, polarization, mobility) and the labor market (employment, discrimination, segregation), specifically focusing on the study of inequality between population groups (by race/ethnicity or gender).
Associate Professor in the Statistics and Operations Research Department at the University of Vigo. Her publications focus on Game Theory, both cooperative and non-cooperative. Currently, she is particularly interested in cost sharing on networks and the study of delay in the execution of a project (PERT method).
Associate Professor in Economic History and Institutions in the Economics and Business School at the Universidade de Vigo (Spain).
In 2012, he was authorized by the ANECA (National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain) to apply for a Full Professor position.
His main research fields are History of Public Finance, and Historical and Economic Study of Tourism. Regarding the latter, he leads the project “Historia del turismo en Galicia. Orígenes y desarrollo en el siglo XX”.
Cost allocation in minimum cost spanning tree problems with multiple sources
Francisco Azpitarte Raposeiras
University of Melbourne
He currently works as Ronald Henderson Research Fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research in the University of Melbourne.
After completing his Ph.D. in Economics with European Mention at the Universidade de Vigo in July 2009, Francisco completed his post-doctorate studies in the London School of Economics and Political Sciences funded by a post-doctoral grant from the Pedro Barrié de la Maza Foundation.
His research activity focuses on the study of income distribution and wealth; poverty analysis and social exclusion; the effect of poverty on the cognitive and non-cognitive development and its consequences for the intergenerational transmission of poverty.
Associate Professor of Economic Theory in the Economics Department at the Universidad de Alcalá.
She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute in Florence. Her work focuses on the study of economic inequality. Her main research fields are: the dynamics of income distribution, poverty, the intergenerational transmission of opportunities, gender discrimination in the labor market and the evaluation of the distributive impact of public policies using microsimulation techniques.