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  • Title: Jaume Ventura - Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
    Descriptive info: Close Window.. Jaume Ventura.. Jaume Ventura.. PhD, Harvard University.. Barcelona GSE Research Professor.. Barcelona GSE Affiliated Professor.. webpage.. email.. Program(s):.. Director.. ,.. International Trade, Finance, and Development.. ;.. Faculty member.. GPEFM.. Biography:.. Jaume Ventura is Senior Researcher at CREI and Professor at UPF.. Prior to joining CREI and UPF, he was a tenured associate professor at MIT.. He has also taught at the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, London Business School, and INSEAD.. Professor Ventura has worked full-time for the World Bank, and acted as a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank.. He is Fellow of the European Economic Association, Faculty Research Fellow of NBER, and Research Fellow of CEPR, where he has been Co-Director of the International Macroeconomics program (2007-11).. He has been editor of Economic Journal and associate editor of Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, and  ...   Committee and Director of the Barcelona GSE Master Program in International Trade, Finance and Development.. He teaches in the master programs as well as the GPEFM doctoral program at UPF.. Professor Ventura also directed the GPEFM program from 2007-10.. Research interests:.. International economics.. Macroeconomics.. Selected publications:.. Economic Growth with Bubbles (with A.. Martin).. American Economic Review, 102 (6), 2012, 3033-3058.. Bubbles and Capital Flows.. Journal of Economic Theory, 147 (2), 2012, 738-758.. Globalization and Risk Sharing (with F.. Broner).. The Review of Economic Studies, 78 (1), 2011, 49-82.. Sovereign Risk and Secondary Markets (with F.. Broner and A.. American Economic Review, 100 (4), 2010, 1523-1555.. Working papers:.. Financial Reforms and Capital Flows: Insights from General Equilibrium.. (September 2012).. by Alberto Martin, Jaume Ventura.. Rethinking the Effects of Financial Liberalization.. (October 2010).. by Fernando Broner and Jaume Ventura.. (March 2010).. by Jaume Ventura..

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  • Title: GHLF 2011 - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: FAQ.. News.. Events.. Home.. ghlf2011.. Admissions.. Student Resources.. News & Media.. 22.. 07.. 2011.. Global Health Leadership Forum: continuing education for senior health executives.. From July 17-21, the Barcelona GSE hosted the.. Global Health Leadership Forum (GHLF).. at the Ciutadella campus (UPF).. Senior health executives from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and North America participated in this intense week-long continuing education program.. This is the eighth edition of the GHLF and the third hosted by the Barcelona GSE.. Collaboration with Berkeley School of Public Health.. The GHLF was created by the UPF Center for Research in Health and Economics (CRES) and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health for the purpose of bringing together senior executives of nations (health ministers or senior policy leaders, legislators and regulators), senior executives of organizations (e.. g.. World Bank, OECD, PAHO) and senior executives of companies (insurance, pharmaceutical, health care delivery, care management) to share best practices, know-how, and the latest research in the field.. Participants attend two one-week sessions held six months  ...   health economics, insurance, policy, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.. 39 senior health executives from the following countries:.. Africa.. Ghana.. Kenya.. Lesotho.. Togo.. Asia.. Indonesia.. Singapore.. Middle East.. Qatar.. Saudi Arabia.. North America.. Canada.. United States.. Europe.. France.. Greece.. Netherlands.. Spain.. United Kingdom.. 20 speakers including:.. Dr.. Panos Kanavos.. , Reader in International Health Policy in the Department of Social Policy and Head of the Medical Technology Research Unit at LSE Health.. Joseph Kutzin.. , Head of the WHO Barcelona Office for Health Systems Strengthening.. Ellen Nolte.. , Director of Health and Healthcare of RAND Europe Dr.. James Rice, Executive Vice President Practice Leader, Integrated Healthcare Strategies.. Lise Rochaix.. , Chair of the French Senate for Health Care Priority Setting.. 39 health executives from 15 countries participated in the Barcelona session of Global Health Leadership Forum 2011.. About GHLF.. CRES-UPF.. GHLF at Berkeley.. Photo Album 2011.. GHLF participants are invited to join the Barcelona GSE group on LinkedIn.. Master Program in Health Economics and Policy.. (new for 2011-12).. Program Brochure [pdf].. Contact GSE..

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  • Title: More than 40 senior health executives gather at Barcelona GSE - GHLF 2010 - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: ghlf2010.. 25/08/2010.. More than 40 senior health executives gather at Barcelona GSE for Global Health Leadership Forum 2010.. Reporting by Dr.. Fernanda Leal 10 (Economics of Science and Innovation).. The Barcelona GSE hosted the seventh edition of the.. from July 19-23, 2010.. The GHLF is a joint initiative between the Barcelona GSE, the Universidad Pompeu Fabra s Center for Research in Health and Economics (CRES) and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health.. It takes place in two intense week-long sessions, one in Barcelona and the other in Berkeley, California.. This is the second year that the GSE hosts this program.. In this year s edition, the School had in its premises.. more than 40 senior health executives.. between speakers and participants.. All the attendees were willing to interactively profit from their professional backgrounds and experiences with the aim of applying this knowledge in the resolution of pressing health problems they face day to day.. The program directors are internationally reknowned academics: Prof.. Guillem Lopez-Casasnovas.. (UPF-CRES and Barcelona GSE) and Prof.. Steven Shortell, Prof.. Richard Scheffler (Berkeley School of Public Health).. Thanks to their work and international standing, the GHLF faculty included.. 23 internationally reknowned speakers.. that work in diverse health related areas such as: health economics, insurance, policy, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.. Among the speakers we had the privilege to have:.. Rafael Bengoa, minister of health and consumer affairs of the Basque government.. Ellen Nolte, Director of Health and Healthcare of RAND Europe.. Phillip Musgrove, (Johns Hopkins University), Deputy Editor of Health Affairs,.. Panos Kavanos, professor in International Health Policy in the Department of Social Policy and Merck Fellow in Pharmaceutical Economics al LSE Health.. Reinhard Busse; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.. Speakers covered a broad range of topics.. Among them, health care management priorities in their countries of origin were the focus of several sessions.. Being able to listen to and question people responsible for health care management in the United Kingdom, United States, France, Spain and Germany was an invaluable opportunity for all the attendees.. All participants are experienced international health executives eager to learn about how to improve their countries  ...   rational and cost-effective way.. The assessment of health priorities was also explored.. Additionally, problem solving regarding the supply and the demand side of health care delivery was also a matter of discussion.. Developing push-forward initiatives for doctors and patients and learning from other industries were other topics discussed.. A final talk in leadership assesment and how to contribute in governance completed the program schedule.. As a requisite to graduation, the GHLF program includes an individual project presentation.. Participants will receive orientation and guidance from faculty in order to present this assignment.. Their chosen project should be relevant of the work they do in their country and in an area of their choice.. They should choose it during the first session they attend to, prepare it during the six-month period between Barcelona-Berkeley sessions and present it during the second session.. This year, participants presented projects concerning areas such as health insurance, health-care delivery, sanitary facilities, and how to solve specific concerns such as epidemics and tropical diseases.. Beside the intensive academic program, participants also enjoyed other activities.. They had enough time to explore the wonderful and beautiful city of Barcelona.. This year, participants had two options for touring Barcelona, a bike trip or a walking trip.. They enjoyed a paella dinner by the beach and a gala dinner at the top of Montjuic s mountain overviewing the city.. Since the Barcelona GSE campus and the accommodations are both situated in the Ciutadella neighborhood, and participants had free time in the evenings to explore on their own, they could choose to enjoy a relaxing view of the beach or going sight seeing in the Gothic Quarter.. The participants left very satisfied with the contents and logistics of the program.. They loved the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona and the sharing of ideas and dialogue for the benefit of their countries and for the health of the world.. Berkeley s session will take place in April 9-13, 2011.. Back.. Participants and directors of the 2010 Barcelona session of the Global Health Leadership Forum (GHLF).. GHLF Website.. Barcelona Session 2009.. Photos - GHLF 2010.. Photos - GHLF 2009.. Program Sponsors..

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  • Title: Sixth Edition of the Global Health Leadership Forum - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: Sixth Edition of the Global Health Leadership Forum.. 06/07/2009.. Sixth Edition of the Global Health Leadership Forum.. In addition to its six master programs and three summer schools, this June the Barcelona GSE added executive and professional education to its academic offer.. From June 28-July 4, 2009, the School joined with the UPF Center for Research in Health and Economics (.. CRES.. ) to host 20 senior health executives for the Barcelona session of the 2009 Global Health Leadership Forum (.. GHLF.. ) at the Barcelona GSE s Ciutadella campus.. This is the sixth edition of the GHLF, which was created by CRES in conjunction with the.. UC Berkeley School of Public Health.. The program focuses on health policy issues of global importance in an innovative format that combines case studies, seminars, workshops, field excursions and an independent project.. This is the first year that the Barcelona GSE hosted the program.. Participants are health leaders of governments, global organizations, and senior executives of enterprises such as insurance, pharmaceutical, and health care delivery.. They attend two intense one-week sessions, one held at the Barcelona GSE-CRES in June and the other at UC Berkeley in January.. Barcelona GSE Affiliated Professor.. Guillem López-Casasnovas.. (UPF-CRES), one of the GHLF s directors, explained that visiting facilities in Barcelona and Berkeley allows participants to observe the best of managed health care in the United States and the public health system administered by the Catalan government.. During the GHLF we are examining the common ground between public and private systems of health care management, in order to develop leadership strategies in health policy for the twenty-first century, said Prof.. López-Casasnovas.. Berkeley and CRES have created an executive education program with an important global scope, he added.. Now that the Barcelona GSE has earned a splendid international reputation, it is an ideal partner for the program.. It s a win-win.. Creating a global dialogue.. The global aspect of the GHLF is immediately apparent when examining the list of participants.. In attendance at this year s Barcelona session were health executives from 9 different countries: the United States, China, Malaysia, Qatar, India, the UK, Spain, Nigeria, and Uganda were all represented among the participants.. Stephen Shortell.. , Dean of the Berkeley School of Public Health and one of the GHLF directors, commented in Barcelona on Wednesday that bringing together health leaders from such a diverse spectrum of countries is one of the main advantages of the program.. Half of the participants of the GHLF are from developed countries, half from developing countries, Dean Shortell said.. The program offers a unique opportunty for dialogue and idea exchange with peers from around the world, a  ...   School of Economics.. The program s faculty directors were also among those who presented topics throughout the week.. Applying collective know-how through individual projects.. Faculty involvement with the GHLF will continue between the Barcelona and Berkeley sessions.. Participants each select a project relevant to their country or company and continue to work with faculty advisors during the six-month interim between sessions to prepare their projects for presentation during the second session.. For some participants, this means choosing a topic during the Barcelona session to present at Berkeley in January 2010.. Others, such as Dr.. Mohammad H.. J.. Al Thani, Senior Medical Advisor to the National Health Authority of Qatar, attended the Berkeley session in January 2009 and presented their projects this week in Barcelona.. My presentation is about preparing for the next flu pandemic, Dr.. Al Thani explained.. My country, Qatar, is a major transit hub.. As a public health minister I am very concerned about the potential spreading of new strains of the flu virus.. Al Thani will return to Qatar as a graduate of the GHLF and expressed an interest in returning to Catalonia in the future to continue studying the region s health care system.. During the week GHLF participants visited the primary care unit at.. CASAP-Castelldefels.. , a self-managed facility, and.. Hospital del Mar-IMAS.. , a public facility.. Exploring Barcelona with new colleagues.. Throughout the intense week of presentations, group discussions, and workshops, participants also had some breaks to relax and enjoy Catalan culture with a guided visit of a cava factory, a bicycle tour of Barcelona, dinner at a traditional restaurant by the beach, and a free evening to explore together on their own.. Barcelona itself is a big draw for many of the GHLF participants, Dr.. Shortell said before returning to Berkeley.. Everyone loves the weather, the cosmopolitan atmosphere, and the chance to enjoy the city.. The Berkeley session will take place from January 10-16, 2010.. Participants and directors of the sixth GHLF at the Barcelona GSE Ciutadella campus.. The GSE hosted the program for the first time this year.. Mohammad Al Thani, Minister of Public Health (Qatar) and Dr.. Paula Franklin, BUPA (UK) during a group discussion at the GHLF.. Ellis Arjmand, Cincinnati Children s Hospital (USA) and Dr.. Basheer Mohammed, Songhai Health Trust (Nigeria).. Participants during a class presentation.. Participants arriving at the GHLF graduation ceremony and gala dinner, which took place on Montjuïc, overlooking the city.. Professors Vicente Ortún (CRES), Richard Scheffler (UC Berkeley), Guillem López-Casasnovas (UPF-CRES, GSE) and Andreu Mas-Colell (GSE Chairman) present the GHLF graduation certificate to Dr.. Ladi Okubeyejo of Nigeria.. Links of Interest.. Global Health Leadership Forum.. GSE Executive Education.. View Photos..

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  • Title: Jaume Puig-Junoy - Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
    Descriptive info: Jaume Puig-Junoy.. Jaume Puig-Junoy.. PhD, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.. Jaume Puig-Junoy is associate professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and co-director of the Research Center for Economy and Health (CRES).. Public Economics: Public Economics Theory, Applied Public Economics, Cost-Benefit Analysis, De-regulation and Privatization of Public Firms, Public Financing, Efficiency Measurement,.. Public Policy Analysis.. Health Economics: Economic Evaluation in Health Care, Health Policy, Health Care Management, Medical Decision-Making, Health Care Reforms.. I.. Moreno-Torres, J.. Puig-Junoy, J.. M.. Raya (2010), The impact of repeated cost containment policies on pharmaceutical  ...   Firms and the Spanish Public Purchaser Respond to Consumer Price Differences of Generics Under Reference Pricing.. Forthcoming in Health Policy, 2010.. A.. García-Altés, J.. Puig-Junoy (2010), What is the social cost of injuried people in traffic accidents? An assessment for Catalonia.. Forthcoming in Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infections and Critical Care, 2010.. "The Public Financing of Pharmaceuticals.. An economic approach.. " Edgard Elgar.. Publishers, 2005, 255 pages.. Launching Prices for New Pharmaceuticals in Heavily Regulated and Subsidized Markets.. (June 2012).. by Jaume Puig-Junoy, Beatriz Gonzalez López-Valcárcel..

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  • Title: Guillem López-Casanovas - Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
    Descriptive info: Guillem López-Casanovas.. Guillem López-Casanovas.. PhD, University of York.. Professor, UPF.. Scientific Director.. Faculty Member.. Guillem López-Casasnovas (BA in Economics, BA in Law, PhD, University of York) has been Professor at UPF since 1992.. He is the founder of the Research Centre on Health and Economics (CRES) at UPF and was the director until 2005.. He has been a member of the Directors Board of the Bank of Spain since 2005, and he serves as advisor of the Spanish Ministry of Health and Social  ...   He has also served as an expert advisor to the World Health Organization (WHO) on health inequalities in the European Union.. Public finance.. Fiscal policy.. Health economics.. Journals.. "Diversity and regional inequalities in the Spanish System of Health care services" (with J.. Costa and I Planas) Health Economics 14: S221-235, 2005.. "The Impact of Teaching Status on Average Costs in Spanish Hospitals" (with M.. Sáez), Health Economics, 1999.. Books.. Health and Economic Growth MIT Press with L.. Currais and B.. Rivera (eds.. ) 2005..

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  • Title: Joachim Voth - Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
    Descriptive info: Joachim Voth.. Joachim Voth.. PhD, Oxford University.. ICREA Research Professor, UPF.. Steering committee.. Hans-Joachim Voth is ICREA Research Professor of Economics at UPF.. He received his Ph.. D.. from Oxford in 1996.. Following a stint as a faculty member in Cambridge, UK, he worked as a Senior Associate at McKinsey.. He has held visiting positions at Stanford, MIT, NYU, and Princeton.. Voth has acted as an advisor to the German Stock Exchange.. His area of specialization is financial and economic history, with an emphasis on the history of speculative bubbles and stock markets, as well as economic growth over the long run.. In 2008, he was awarded an ERC Advanced Research Grant for the project Securities in Times of Insecurity: Asset Returns and Holdings during Political, Social and Economic Crises in Europe, 1900-1950.. Origins and Persistence of Cultural Traits over the Long Run.. Sovereign Debt in Historical Perspective.. Long-run Growth and the Great  ...   Debt, Default and Empire: State Capacity and Economic Development in England and Spain in the Early Modern Period.. Economic History Review.. (forthcoming, 2011 Tawney Lecture).. 'Persecution Perpetuated: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Semitic Violence in Nazi.. Germany' [with Nico Voigtländer], Quarterly Journal of Economics 127(3).. Lending to the Borrower from Hell: Debt, Taxes, and Default in the Age of Philip II [with Mauricio Drelichman], Princeton: Princeton University Press (under contract).. Prometheus Shackled: Goldsmith Banks and England s Financial Revolution after 1700 [with Peter Temin], Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press (2013).. Reprisals Remembered: German-Greek Conflict and Car Sales during the Euro Crisis.. (October 2013).. by Vasiliki Fouka, Hans-Joachim Voth.. Recreating the South Sea Bubble: Lessons from an Experiment in Financial History.. (September 2013).. by Giovanni Giusti, Charles Noussair, Hans-Joachim Voth.. Bowling for Fascism: Social Capital and the Rise of the Nazi Party in Weimar Germany, 1919-33.. (June 2013).. by Shanker Satyanath, Nico Voigtländer, Hans-Joachim Voth..

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  • Title: The Barcelona Economics Community - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: ».. » Barcelona GSE Community.. The School.. The Barcelona GSE Community.. The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics draws on the strengths and noteworthy reputations of its four academic units:.. Department of Economics and Business - Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. Unit of Economic Analysis - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.. Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC).. Center for Research in International Economics (CREI).. The Barcelona GSE enjoys close collaboration with these academic units in teaching and research as well as in the shared use of resources.. This combination of innovation and accumulated experience is one of the unique features of the GSE.. affiliated professors.. of the Barcelona GSE constituted the academic community of the School, and all of them are tenured or tenure-track faculty members from its four academic units.. The two universities behind the School, the UPF and the UAB, are public universities committed to excellence.. Barcelona s.. Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. (UPF) was founded in 1990 and  ...   among the top economics departments in Europe, and their respective.. doctoral programs.. have outstanding reputations for excellence.. Institute for Economic Analysis.. (IAE) is part of the.. Spanish Research Council.. (CSIC) and was created on the Bellaterra campus in 1985.. Its aim is to promote research in Economics at the highest scientific level.. Centre for Research in International Economics.. (CREI) is a research institute created in 1993 by the UPF and the Government of Catalonia.. Its research activities focus on international economics and macroeconomics.. The academic collaboration among today s Barcelona GSE four academic units has a long tradition, first formalized in 2003 when the CREA Network was constituted.. Later on, the School assumed the role of promoting scientific cooperation through its.. research activities.. Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) Department of Economics and Business.. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Unit of Economics Analysis (UAB-UFAE).. The Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC).. The Centre for Research in International Economics (CREI)..

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  • Title: Antoni Bosch-Domènech - Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
    Descriptive info: Antoni Bosch-Domènech.. Antoni Bosch-Domènech.. PhD, University of Minnesota.. Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. Antoni Bosch is a professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.. Experimental economics.. Mechanisms.. Institutions.. A Finite Mixture Analysis of Beauty-Contest Data Using Generalized Beta Distributions (with José García-Montalvo, Rosemarie Nagel and Albert Satorra), forthcoming Experimental Economics, Vol.. 13, N.. 4, 461-475, December 2010.. "Averting Risk in the Face of Large Losses: Bernoulli vs.. Tversky and Kahneman" (with Joaquim Silvestre), Economics  ...   and Juan Vicente Sánchez-Andrés), The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, Vol.. 65B, Number 1, 119-128, Jan 2010.. Fetal Testosterone (2D:4D) as Predictor of Cognitive Reflection.. (May 2013).. by Antoni Bosch-Domènech, Pablo Brañas-Garza, Antonio M.. Espín.. Measuring Risk Aversion with Lists: A New Bias.. (May 2012).. by Antoni Bosch-Domènech, Joaquim Silvestre.. Finite Mixture Analysis of Beauty-Contest Data Using Generalised Beta Distributions.. (May 2010).. by Antoni Bosch-Domènech, José Garcia Montalvo, Rosemarie Nagel and Albert Satorra..

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  • Title: Severo Ochoa Research Accreditation - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: » Severo Ochoa Accreditation.. Barcelona GSE Research.. Severo Ochoa Research Excellence Accreditation.. In 2011, Barcelona GSE was distinguished as one of only eight top research institutions of excellence with an international impact in the framework of the.. Severo Ochoa Program.. , sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.. The program grants four million euros to each center to promote frontier research and distinguish those institutions that are defining the global scientific debate.. Benefits of the Severo Ochoa accreditation.. Four million euros (one million euros a year for four years).. Preferential access to the best research facilities.. Improved access to other competitive calls.. Flexibility to hire new researchers.. Increased visibility and capacity for attracting sponsors.. Accreditation process.. Evaluation by selection committee composed of international  ...   process for this competitive program.. Candidates in three areas were considered: Physical Sciences and Engineering; Life Sciences and Medicine; and Social Sciences and Humanities.. The Barcelona GSE was the only center in the latter category to be recognized by the program.. Barcelona GSE research initiatives supported by the Severo Ochoa Program include:.. Economics Trobada.. Research Recognition Program.. Winter Workshops.. La Caixa-Severo Ochoa International Doctoral Fellowships.. La Caixa Foundation is financing five doctoral fellowships for students and candidates of the Barcelona GSE s PhD programs at UPF and UAB.. The Foundation supports doctoral fellowships at those institutions which have received the Severo Ochoa Excellence Accreditation.. learn more.. The Severo Ochoa Research Excellence Accreditation is awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.. Share this page:..

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  • Title: News - 2013 La Caixa-Severo Ochao International Doctoral Fellows - Barcelona GSE
    Descriptive info: news-la-caixa-fellowships-2013.. 16.. 10.. 2013.. La Caixa-Severo Ochoa International Doctoral Fellowships awarded to 5 PhD students.. Five doctoral students have been awarded.. to support their PhD studies in one of the two doctoral programs organized jointly with the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics: the.. Graduate Program in Economics, Finance and Management (GPEFM).. at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) and the.. International Doctorate in Economic Analysis (IDEA).. at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).. The fellowships are financed by La Caixa Foundation and will provide the five students with funding over a four-year period.. The La Caixa Foundation supports doctoral fellowships at those institutions which have received the.. Severo Ochoa Excellence Accreditation.. The Severo Ochoa Program was launched in 2011 by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness to promote frontier research and distinguish those institutions that are defining the global scientific debate.. The Barcelona GSE is the only center in the social sciences that has received the Severo Ochoa accreditation.. The 2013 La Caixa-Severo Ochoa Fellows:.. Federica Daniele.. (Italy) is a GPEFM student.. The topic of her undergraduate  ...   Prize.. Alexey Filatov.. (Russia) is a student in the IDEA program.. Mr.. Filatov comes to Economics with a background in medical physics, which he studied at Lomonosov Moscow State University.. Ricardo Maertens.. (Peru) is a student in the GPEFM.. He is the co-author of two articles: Inflation Expectations Formation in the Presence of Policy Shifts and Structural Breaks, published in the.. Journal of Socio -Economics.. in 2013 and Does the Exchange Rate Pass -Through into Prices Change when Inflation Targeting is Adopted? The Peruvian Case Study Between 1994 And 2007, published in.. Journal of Macroeconomics.. in 2012.. Tongbin Zhang.. (China) is an IDEA student.. He has a Masters in Economics from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, where he co-authored a paper with Bo Hu on House Price Crash and Macroeconomic Crisis: A Hong Kong Case.. The Barcelona GSE was one of eight top research institutions, and the only institution in the Social Sciences and Humanities, to receive the accreditation in its inaugural edition.. Doctoral Programs.. IDEA Doctoral Program at UAB.. GPEFM Doctoral Program at UPF..

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