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Who is Carlos San Juan?

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Tuesday 30 October 2012, by Carlos San Juan


Carlos SAN JUAN MESONADA Jean Monnet Chair on Economics of European Integration. Economics Department. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Tel. (34-1) 624 95 77 Fax. (34-1) 624 98 75 Email: carlos.sanjuan@uc3m.es UNIVERSIDAD CARLOS III DE MADRID calle Madrid, 126; 28903 GETAFE CAMPUS (MADRID) SPAIN

Carlos San Juan Mesonada received his Ph.D. in Economics and Business (1983 UCM Complutense University of Madrid), PostDoc in Time Series Analysis and Econometric Dynamic Models (1984 Central Bank of Spain), during 1999 was Visiting Professor at the Department of Economics of Arizona State University (ASU) (Phoenix, USA). His current position is Jean Monnet Professor of Economics of European Integration (European Commission, 1999) at the Economics Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) and Academic Exchange Dean at the School of Social Sciences and Law. Is elected member of the Steering Committee of DesertNet International (DNI) and former Chair of European DesertNet (EDN, 2006-09) and former President of DesertNet International (2009-10).

He was head of the technical office of the first Experts Commission to study the unemployment in Spain. Currently is teaching Spanish and EU Economics for foreign students and regular courses of Economics of European Integration on the Economics degree at Carlos III University of Madrid. Also teaches an European Triangle summer course in Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the EU and has been teaching a course of Doing Business in Spain for the State University of New York.

He specializes in international comparisons of productivity, with special attention to specialization, efficiency and environmental adaptation of the firms.

Currently working with E. Ball (ERS) in Relative Levels of Farm Sector Productivity in the U.S. and the EU, and was leading the macroeconomic scenarios working package in the European research project: A Surveillance System for Assessing and Monitoring of Desertification (Desurvey) funded by the European Commission (2005/11, VI Framework Program R & D European Union Program) at the Integrated Project coordinated by the CSIC (Spanish High Council for Scientific Research).

He was also research member at the OECD project Economic Accounts of the Agriculture joint with Dr. Eldon Ball (Economic Research Service, USDA, Washington D.C.) and Dr. Jean-Pierre Butault (LEF INRA-ENGREF, Nancy-Paris) has been also team working in international comparisons of total factor productivity and competitiveness in a research project funded first by DEFRA (UK, 2004). The project elaborates a methodology and a data base to quantify family labor and waged in the US and EU agricultural sector.

He was also member of the Commissions concerted action “Panel for Accounting Innovation (Environment) in the European Farm Accounting Data Frame Work” since 1998-2004.

Other project in collaboration with German institutions include Environmental frontier analysis in the livestock sector (2002-04) with Werner Kleinhanss (Federal Agricultural Research Centre, Braunschweig, Germany), Carmen Murillo (University of Santander) and Stefan Sperlich (Göttingen University). In addition, was the director of the research project Econometric Models for Assessing the Impact of CAP Reform funded by the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries (2004/08).

From 2007-09 was the elected Chair of the Steering Committee of the European Desernet, the European scientific net that was established by European Scientists to improve communication on combating and preventing desertification and poverty. DeserNet, is based in Europe and closely cooperates with the Research Directorate of the European Community and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). Since 2009-10 was also President of DesertNet International, a scientific association base in Strasbourg to develop projects to combat desertification in the affected countries.

Prof. San Juan is also member of GENET, the academic network for gender studies, currently working in “Gender egalitarian values: regional differences in the EU and the US” and was professor and module coordinator of the Master-PhD. Programme “Gender Studies in Social Sciences, Humanities and Law” (2008-10). Currently coordinating the courses of Markets and the Environment and Regional and Urban Economics on the Economics degree at Carlos III University of Madrid.

Research published works by Carlos San Juan

Recently publish research work in refereed journals by Carlos San Juan Mesonada:

1. Comparisons of Capital Input in OECD Agriculture, 1973-2011.

Review of Economics and Finance, August, 2016 (6). Ball, E.V., S., C. Cahill, R. Nehring, C. San Juan Mesonada, and Y. Sheng.

2. State Productivity Growth in Agriculture: Catching-Up and the Business Cycle. Journal of Productivity Analysis, July, 2013 (42) V. E. Ball y C. A. Ulloa

3. Productivity and International Competitiveness in European Union and United States Agriculture Agricultural Economics, 2010 Nov., v. 41, no. 6 Blackwell Publishing Inc, p. 611-627. Con V. E. Ball, J.-P. Butault and R. Mora ISSN 0169-5150

4. Capital as a Factor of Production in OECD Agriculture: Measurement and Data Applied Economics, May 40 (10), 1253-1277, 2008 with V. E. Ball, W. A. Lindamood, and R. Nehring. ISSN 0003-6846

5. An Empirical Assessment of the EU Agricultural Policy Base on Firm Level Data Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik / Journal of Statistics and Economics, (2007) 227 (3), pp. 273-294, con S. Sperlich y C. Murillo ISSN 0021-4027

6. Efficiency, subsidies and environmental adaptation of animal farming under CAP Agricultural Economics, (2007) 36 (1), pp. 49–65 con W. Kleinhans, S. Sperlich, y C. Murillo. ISSN 0169-5150

7. Measuring Real Capital Input in OECD Agriculture Canadian Journal of Agricultural Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d’agroeconomie, (2004) 52 (November), pp. 351-370 con V. E. Ball y J-P. Butault ISSN: 00083976

8. Geographical Specialisation in Spanish Agriculture Before and After Integration in the European Union. Regional Science and Urban Economics, (2004) 34 (3), pp. 309-320 con R. Mora ISSN 0166-0462

International Projects:

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY, INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS PROJECT. FINANCING ENTITY: TBA PERIOD FROM: 2016 TO: 2020 HEAD RESEARCHERS: ELDON V. BALL, CARLOS SAN JUAN AND COLIN THIRTLE

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: A SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING AND MONITORING OF DESERTIFICATION (DESURVEY). FINANCING ENTITY: European Commission. PERIOD FROM: 2005 TO: 2010 HEAD RESEARCHER: JUAN PUIGDEFABREGAS (CSIC) COORDINATOR OF THE W.P.1.2.1 MACROECONOMIC SCENARIOS: CARLOS SAN JUAN (UC3M)

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: PRODUCTIVITY PROJECT. FINANCING ENTITY: DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS (DEFRA, UK). PERIOD FROM: 2004 TO: 2005 HEAD RESEARCHERS: ELDON V. BALL, CARLOS SAN JUAN AND COLIN THIRTLE

National Projects:

PROJECT TITLE: THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS IN THE ECONOMIC DECISIONS FINANCING ENTITY: REGION OF MADRID (CAM) JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAM UC3M-CAM DURATION FROM: 2007 TO: 2007 MAIN RESEARCHER: CARLOS SAN JUAN (UC3M) Project reference code: 2007/04099/001

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: A SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING AND MONITORING OF DESERTIFICATION (SOCIOECONOMIC ENFORCING). FINANCING ENTITY: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE (SPAIN). SPECIAL PROGRAMS. PERIOD FROM: 2004 TO: 2006 HEAD RESEARCHER: CARLOS SAN JUAN (UC3M) Reference: SEJ2004-22603-E

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: ECONOMETRIC MODELS FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF CAP REFORM. FINANCING ENTITY: SPANISH MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERY and FOOD. PERIOD FROM: 2005 TO: 2008 HEAD RESEARCHERS: CARLOS SAN JUAN (UC3M)

PARTICIPATION IN CONTRACTS OF INVESTIGATION OF SPECIAL RELEVANCE WITH ADMINISTRATIONS: Unemployment Experts Commission

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: UNEMPLOYMENT IN SPAIN AN ANALYSIS FINANCING ENTITY: MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND PUBLIC FINANCE PERIOD FROM: 1987 TO: 1988 HEAD RESEARCHER: CONSTANTINO LLUCH (World Bank)

TITLE OF THE PROJECT: LABOR SUPPLY IN SPAIN FINANCING ENTITY: MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND PUBLIC FINANCE PERIOD FROM: 1986 TO: 1988 HEAD RESEARCHER: JOSE LUIS MALO DE MOLINA (STUDIES SERVICE. BANK OF SPAIN)

Invited papers in international conferences and seminars

Invited paper: Economic Drivers and Adaptations to Drought Conditions in Southern Europe. Plenary session III: Adaptation to Climate Change: the Challenge for the Social Sciences Author: Carlos San Juan (University Carlos III of Madrid). Conference: The XXIII European Society for Rural Sociology Congress. Organized by: European Society for Rural Sociology

Invited paper: “Capital Input in OECD Agriculture: A Multilateral Comparison” Authors: V. E. Ball (Economic Research Service, USDA), W. A. Lindamood (Economic Research Service, USDA), R. Neharing (Economic Research Service, USDA) and C. San Juan Mesonada (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) Conference: 2008 World Congress on National Accounts and Economic Performance Measures for Nations Organized by: The US Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Bureau for Economic Research (NBER) and US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Washington D.C. (USA) 2008.

Recent presentations:

Glass Ceiling over the farm-. Egalitarian values versus farm specialization. Universität Konstanz, Economics Dept. Seminar. Konstanz. Germany. 2014

State Productivity Growth: Catching-up and the Business Cycle with E. Ball and C. Ulloa. AAEA annual meeting, Seattle, Washington, USA. 2012

SPECIAL HONORS OR AWARDS

Publications award, top 20% of the UC3M in 2007-08-09. Top 29% of the UC3M in 2009-10-11. Madrid Region Productivity Evaluations: 9,75 over 10 (2005), 9,75 over 10 (2006) y 9,75 over 10 (2007), 10 over 10 (2008), 10 over 10 (2010), 10 over 10 (2011).

Teaching Incentive Award (UC3M), top 20% of the UC3M permanent professors in 2007-08-09. Top 20% of the UC3M permanent professors in 2009-10-11

Research Incentive Award: top 20% of the UC3M in 2005-6-7 and in 2007. Univ. Carlos III de Madrid.

Research Incentive Award (National Research Evaluation Commission) 2006-11 “Sexenio 5º”; 2000-05 “Sexenio 4º”.

Summer Research Award 1999, Arizona State University joint with Mendez, J. (ASU), Research Incentive Award (National Research Evaluation Commission) 1991-96 “Sexenio 3º”, 1986-90 “Sexenio 2º” and 1979-85 “Sexenio 1º”

Teaching Incentive Award (UC3M) 2003-2008 (Quinquenio 6º), 1999-2003 (Quinquenio 5º), 1994-98 (Quinquenio 4º), (UC3M) 1989-93 (Quinquenio 3º), (UCM) 1984-88 (Quinquenio 2º), (UCM) 1980-83 (Quinquenio 1º)

DIRECTED DOCTORAL THESIS

TITLE: IRRIGATED VERSUS DRY FARMING: EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY

DOCTORATE: ESTHER DECIMAVILLA UNIVERSITY: VALLADOLID FACULTY: ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS YEAR: 1995 GRADE: A (CUM LAUDE)

TITLE: TRAVEL COST VALUATION OF WATER QUALITY: TAJO HIDROGRAPHICAL SISTEM.

DOCTORATE: JUAN FRANCISCO SANCHEZ UNIVERSITY: UNED Madrid. FACULTY: ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS YEAR: 2000. GRADE: A (CUM LAUDE)

Other thesis:

TITLE: DID THE 2000 AND 2003 COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY REFORMS ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE OF REDUCING PRICES OF CEREALS AND MILK? Analysis based on Spain, France, Germany, Italy and United Kingdom GRADUATE: Clara Martínez-Toledano Toledano UNIVERSITY: Carlos III of Madrid. Bachelor’s degree in Economics. Final Bachelor Paper. YEAR: 2012.

TITLE: The Introduction of the Euro and its Effects on the Agricultural Sector GRADUATE: Clara Martínez-Toledano Toledano UNIVERSITY: Carlos III of Madrid. Bachelor’s degree in Economics. Final Bachelor Paper. YEAR: 2012.

TITLE: WOMEN MANAGERS IN AGRICULTURE GRADUATE: María Isabel Iglesias UNIVERSITY: Carlos III of Madrid. Economics Degree Final Essay. YEAR: 2012.

TITLE: CAP reform and gross standard margin in Spanish farms GRADUATE: Julián López Ocaña UNIVERSITY: Carlos III of Madrid. Bachelor’s degree in Economics. Final Bachelor Paper. YEAR: 2012.

TITLE: PISA 2009: An analysis of the differences in test scores across regions in Spain GRADUATE: JUAN GUERRA GARCIA UNIVERSITY: Carlos III of Madrid. Bachelor’s degree in Economics. Final Bachelor Paper. YEAR: 2012.

TITLE: Evaluation de L’efficience et de l’equite de la PAC GRADUATE: Claire BRETEAU UNIVERSITY: ENS Cachan (Ecole Normale Supérieur Paris-Cachan, France) FACULTY: ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS YEAR: 2006.


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