Rebeca Jiménez-Rodríguez
Tenured Associate Professor / Profesor Titular de Universidad
 
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Curriculum Vitae

Educación:


  • Licenciada en Economía, Universidad de Salamanca, 1998.
  • Master Doctoral en Economía Cuantitativa, Universidad de Alicante, España, 2000.

Universidad de Intercambio: Universidad de Viena (Austria) e Instituto  de Estudios Avanzados de Viena (Austria), Primavera 2000.

  • Doctora en Economía, Universidad de Alicante, España, Julio 2003.  Quantitative Economics Doctorate Program.

Director de tesis: Dr. D. Gabriel Pérez Quirós.

Título de la tesis: “Three Essays in Macroeconometrics of the Business Cycle”

Mención especial de Doctor Europeo.

 

Posición Actual:


  • Profesora Titular de Universidad del Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica de la Universidad de Salamanca, España.

 

Experiencia Profesional:


  • Ayudante de Escuela Universitaria en Matemáticas I (1998-99), (1999-2000), y (2000-01), y Matemáticas II (1998-99) en la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la Universidad de Alicante, España.
  • Ayudante de Facultad en Econometría I (2001-02) y Econometría II (2001-02) y (2002-03) en la de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la Universidad de Alicante, España.
  • Ayudante de Facultad en Métodos Econométricos (2001-02) en la Facultad de Matemáticas de la Universidad de Alicante, España.
  • Internship en la External Developments Division del Directorate Economic Development en el European Central Bank (Julio-Noviembre de 2002).
  • Becaria Postdoctoral Marie Curie en el CSEF-Department of Economics and Statistics de la University of Salerno, Italia (2003-2004).
  • Profesora Asociada Doctor en el Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, España. Docencia: Macroeconomía Avanzada II (2004-05).
  • Profesora Titular Interino de Escuela Universitaria en el Departamento de Teoría Económica de la Universidad de Málaga, España. Docencia: Microeconomía Avanzada II (2004-05).
  • Investigadora en el Servicio de Estudios del Banco de España (Septiembre 2005-Febrero de 2006).
  • Profesora Ayudante Doctor en el Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica de la Universidad de Salamanca, España. Docencia: Econometría II (2005-06, 2008-09), y Econometría I (2006-07) y (2007-08).
  • Investigadora Visitante del Departamento de Economía de la Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (Mazo-Mayo de 2008).
  • Profesor Contratado Doctor en el Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica de la Universidad de Salamanca, España. Docencia: Econometría II (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 y 2012-13).
  • Consultant en la Euro Area Macroeconomic Development, Directorate Economic Development del European Central Bank (Agosto de 2009).
  • Profesora Titular de Universidad en el Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica de la Universidad de Salamanca, España. Docencia: Econometría (2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 y 2017-18), Econometría II (2013-14, 2014-15, y 2015-16) y Análisis Económico de Datos (2013-14, , 2016-17 y 2017-18).
  • Vicedecana de Relaciones Internacionales y de Alumnos de la Facultad de Economía y Empresa de la Universidad de Salamanca desde 5 de Mayo de 2012 hasta 4 deDiciembre de 2017.

 

Principales Campos de Interés:


  • Econometría
  • Macroeconomía Aplicada
  • Economía Internacional

 

Publicaciones:


  1.  “Oil Price Shocks and Real GDP Growth: Empirical evidence for some OECD Countries” (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez from European Central Bank). Applied Economics, 2005, 37, pp. 201-228.
  2. “Structural Changes in Central and Eastern European economies: Breaking the News or Breaking the Ice?” (jointly with Balazs Egert from OECD, Evzen Kocenda from University of Praga, and Amalia Morales-Zumaquero from University of Málaga). Economic Change and Restructuring, 2006, 39, 85-103.
  3.  “The Impact of Oil Price Shocks: Evidence from the Industries of Six OECD Countries. Energy Economics, 2008, 30, 3095-3108.
  4.  “Institutional Rigidities and Employment Rigidity on the Italian Labour Market” (jointly with Giuseppe Russo from University of Salerno). Applied Economics Quarterly, 2008, 54, pp. 217-227.
  5. “Oil Price Shocks and Real GDP Growth: Testing for Non-linearity”. The Energy Journal, 2009, 30, pp. 1-24.
  6. “Oil Shocks and the Macroeconomy: A Comparison across High Oil Price Periods” (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez). Applied Economics Letters, 2009, 16, pp. 1633-1638.
  7. “The Importance of Oil Price Shocks for the Economy” (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez). Harvard College Economics Review, 2009, 3, pp. 27-29.
  8. “Oil-induced stagflation: A comparison across major G7 economies and shock episodes” (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez). Applied Economics Letters, 2010, 17, pp 1537-1541.
  9. “The Effect of Foreign Shocks in Central and Eastern Europe” (jointly with Balazs Egert and Amalia Morales-Zumaquero). Journal of Policy Modeling, 2010, 32, pp. 461-477.
  10. “Macroeconomic Structure and Oil Price Shocks at the Industrial Level. International Economic Journal, 2011, 25, pp. 173-189.
  11. “Food Price Pass-through in the Euro Area: The Role of Asymmetries and Non-linearities” (jointly with Gianluigi Ferrucci from European Central Bank  y Luca Onorante from European Central Bank). International Journal of Central Banking, 2012, 8 (1), pp. 179-217.
  12. “Oil Price Shocks and Japanese Macroeconomic Developments” (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez). Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 2012, 26 (1), pp. 69-83.
  13. “Evaluating the Effects of Investment in Information and Communication Technology”. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 2012, 21 (2), pp. 203-221.
  14. “Aggregate Employment Dynamics and (Partial) Labour Market Reforms” (jointly with Giuseppe Russo). Bulletin of Economic Research, 2012, 64 (3), pp. 430-448.
  15. “Business Cycle Synchronization between Euro Area and Central and Eastern European Countries” (jointly with Balazs Egert and Amalia Morales-Zumaquero). Review of Development Economics, 2013, 17 (2), 379-395.
  16. “Oil Price Shocks and Business Cycles in Major OECD Economies“ (jointly with Marcelo Sánchez). In: “Nonlinear Time Series and Finance”, Ed. Universidad de Guadalajara, Editors: Semei Coronado Ramírez, Pedro Luis Celso Arellano and Carlos Trejo Pech, (2014, México).
  17. “Nominal and Real Exchange Rates Co-movements” (jointly with Amalia Morales-Zumaquero). Journal of Applied Economics, 2014, 17 (2), 283-300.
  18. “Oil price shocks and stock markets: Testing for non-linearity”. Empirical Economics, 2015, 48 (3), 1079-1102.
  19.  ”What happens to the relationship between public debt and economic growth in European countries?” (jointly with Araceli Rodríguez-López). Economics and Business Letters, 2015, 4 (4), 151-160.
  20. “A New Look at Exchange Rate Pass-Through in the G-7 Countries” (jointly with Amalia Morales-Zumaquero). Journal of Policy Modeling, 2016, 38 (5), 985-1000.
  21. “A New Look at Oil Price Pass-through into Inflation: Evidence from Disaggregated European Data” (jointly with César Castro, Pilar Poncela and Eva Senra). Economia Politica – Journal of Analytical and Institutional Economics, 2017, 34, 55-82.
  22. “Oil Price Pass-through Along the Price Chain in the Euro Area” (jointly with César Castro). Energy Economics, 2017, 64, 24-30.
  23. “An empirical analysis of the relationships between crude oil, gold and stock markets” (jointly with Semei Coronado and Omar Rojas). Forthcoming in The Energy Journal.

 

Evaluadora para:


Journal of Applied Econometrics (2); Energy Economics (15); Energy Journal (3); Review of Development Economics; Investigaciones Económicas; Estudios Económicos; Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (4); Journal of Development Economics (2); Studies in Economics and Finance; Czech Journal of Economics and Finance; International Economic Journal; Empirical Economics (4); South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics; Economics of Innovation and New Technology; Journal of the Spanish Economic Association (SERIEs) (2); Applied Energy (4); European Journal of Comparative Economics; Journal of Macroeconomics (2); Canadian Journal of Economics; American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics (3); Bank of Spain Working Papers; Review of International Economics; Review of Industrial Organization; Economic Systems; Investigaciones de Historia Económica; International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research; Economic Modelling (8); Journal of Applied Mathematics; Economic Inquiry; Revista de Economía Aplicada (2); Economic Issues (2); Energy Policy; International Review of Applied Economics; Journal of Applied Finance and Banking; International Economic Review; Agricultural Economics; International Economics and Economic Policy (2); Journal of Applied Economics; Economic Record; Eastern European Economics; International Economics; Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications (2); Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy; Bulletin of Economic Research.

 

Responsabilidades Editoriales:


Miembro del Equipo Editorial de Journal of Applied Finance and Banking. (01/01/2011-presente).

Editor Asociado de American Journal of Economics and Business Administration. (29/07/2017-presente).

Miembro de la Junta Consultiva Internacional de Journal of International Trade and Economic Researches (JITER). (03/05/2017–presente).

 

Asistencia a Congresos como Ponente:


  1. VIII Encontro de Novos Investigadores en Análise Económica, A Coruña, Spain, July 2002.
  2. Association of Southern European Economics Theorist (A.S.S.E.T.) 2002, Cyprus, October 2002.
  3. XXVII Simposio de Análisis Económico, Salamanca, Spain, December 2002.
  4. VIIIth Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Leuvein, Belgium, April 2003.
  5. Quantitative Economics Doctorate Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2003.
  6. 26th International Association for Energy Economics, International Conference “New Challenges for Energy Decision Makers”, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2003.
  7. VIII Jornadas de Economía Internacional, Ciudad Real, Spain, June 2003.
  8. Summer Meeting of Economic Analysis, Vigo, Spain, September 2003.
  9. 23rd IAEE North American Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, October 2003.
  10. Association of Southern European Economics Theorist (A.S.S.E.T.) 2003, Ankara, Turkey, October 2003.
  11. XXVIII Simposio de Análisis Económico, Sevilla, Spain, December 2003.
  12. EEA-ESEM 2004, Madrid, Spain, August 2004.
  13. IV Workshop on International Economics, Málaga, Spain, November 2004.
  14. XXI National Conference of Labour Economics, Udine, Italy, September 2006.
  15. Sixth European Economics and Finance Society Meeting, Sofia, Bulgaria, May 2007.
  16. 9th IAEE European Energy Conference, Florence, Italy, June 2007.
  17. X Jornadas de Economía Internacional, Madrid, Spain, June 2007.
  18. XXII National Conference of Labour Economics, Naples, Italy. September 2007.
  19. The Seventh European Economics and Finance Society Meeting. Prague. Czech Republic, May 2008.
  20. The 31st IAEE International. Istanbul, Turkey, June 2008.
  21. XXXIII Simposio de Análisis Económico, Zaragoza, Spain, December 2008.
  22. IV Congreso de la AEEE, Sevilla, España, January 2009.
  23. The 8th European Economics and Finance Society Meeting, Varsovia, Polonia, June 2009.
  24. XI Jornadas de Economía Internacional, Barcelona, Spain, June 2009.
  25. V Congreso de la AEEE. Vigo, Spain. January 2010.
  26. I(t-1) Workshop in Time Series, Zaragoza, Spain, April 2010 (attended, no paper presentation).
  27. The 9th European Economics and Finance Society Meeting. Athens, Greece, June 2010.
  28. The 11th IAEE European Conference. Vilnus, Lithuania, August 2010.
  29. ASSET 2010, Alicante, October 2010 (attended, no paper presentation).
  30. VI Congreso de la AEEE.  Barcelona, Spain. January 2011.
  31. I(t) Workshop in Time Series, Zaragoza, Spain, April 2011.
  32. The 10th European Economics and Finance Society Meeting. London, UK, June 2011.
  33. XII Jornadas de Economía Internacional, Castellón, Spain, June 2011.
  34. XXXVI Simposio de Análisis Económico, Málaga, Spain, December 2011.
  35. 1st International Symposium on Business, Economics and Financial Applications, Kefalonia, Greece, June 2012 (Keynote Speaker).
  36. 6th CSDA International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics, CFE 2012, Oviedo, Spain, December 2012.
  37. IX Congreso de la AEEE.  Madrid, Spain. January 2014.
  38. XV Jornadas de Economía Internacional. Salamanca, Spain, June 2014.
  39. The 14th IAEE European Conference. Roma, Italy, October 2014.
  40. XXXIX Simposio de Análisis Económico, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, December 2014.
  41. The 14th European Economics and Finance Society Meeting. Brussels, Belgium, June 2015.
  42. Energy Economics Iberian Conference. Lisboa, Portugal, February 2016.
  43. 7th Workshop on Energy Markets. Valencia, Spain, March 2016.
  44. V Meeting on International Economics. Vila-real, Spain, July 2016.
  45. 41st Simposio de Análisis Económico, Bilbao, Spain. December 2016.
  46. 12th Conference of the Spanish Association for Energy Economics, Salamanca, Spain. February 2017.
  47. XVIII Conference on International Economics, Huelva, Spain. June 2017.
  48. 42nd Simposio de Análisis Económico, Barcelona, Spain. December 2017.
  49. 13th Conference of the Spanish Association for Energy Economics, Zaragoza, Spain. February 2018.
  50. Quantitative Economics Workshop, Alicante, Spain. May-June 2018.
  51. XIX Conference & VII Meeting on International Economics. Vila-real, Spain. June 2018.

 

Seminarios:


Department of Economics at the University of Alicante, Spain (March 2002 and June 2003); the European Central Bank, Germany (September 2002); Department of Economics and Business at the University Pompeu Fabra, Spain (January, 2003); Department of Economic Theory and History at the University of Málaga, Spain (January 2003 and April 2010); CSEF-Department of Economics and Statistics at the University of Salerno, Italy (February 2003 and March 2004);  Department of Economic at the Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland (July, 2004); Department of Economics at the University of Salamanca, Spain (January, 2005); Research Department at the Bank of Spain, Spain (October, 2005); Department of Economics at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (May, 2008); Department of Economic Analysis: Quantitative Economics at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain (May, 2015); Energy Club, Madrid, Spain (January, 2016).

 

Supervisión de Tesis Doctorales:


César Castro Rozo: “Three Essays on Applied Time Series Econometrics”. Universidad de Salamanca. 17 de junio de 2016.

Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado.

Published papers from Ph.D thesis:

    • Castro, C., Jerez, M. and A. Barge-Gil (2016), “The Deflationary Effect of Oil Prices in the Euro Area,” Energy Economics 56, 389-397.
    • Castro, C., Jiménez-Rodríguez, R., Poncela, P. and E. Senra (2017), “A  new  look  at  oil  price  pass-through  into  inflation:  Evidence  from  disaggregated  European  data,” Economia  Politica:  Journal  of  Analytical  and  Institutional  Economics 34, 55-82.
    • Castro, C. and R. Jiménez-Rodríguez (2017), “Oil Price Pass-through Along the Price Chain in the Euro Area.” Energy Economics, 64, 24-30.

 

Premios:


“Premio a la Mejor Comunicación presentada por un Joven Investigador” en el IV Congreso de la Asociación Española para la Economía Energética celebrado en Sevilla del 22 al 24 de enero de 2009.

Premio al artículo publicado con el mayor índice de impacto en el Journal Citation Report ISI-Thompson, de la Facultad de Economía y Empresa de la Universidad de Salamanca en el año 2008.

Responsabilidades Administrativas:


  • Miembro Claustal Electo (desde 24 de Noviembre de 2011, renovada el 25 de Noviembre de 2015).
  • Miembro de la Comisión Delegada Permanente del Claustro Universitario: Comisión Económico-Administrativa. Desde 18 Abril de 2012 hasta 2 Diciembre 2015.
  • Vicedecana de Relaciones Internacionales y Alumnos de la Facultad de Economía y Empresa de la Universidad de Salamanca (desde 5 de mayo de 2012, renovada el 6 de mayo de 2016, hasta 4 de diciembre de 2017).
  • Coordinador Internacional General de la Facultad de Economía y Empresa de la Universidad de Salamanca (desde 5 de mayo de 2012, renovada el 6 de mayo de 2016, hasta 4 de diciembre de 2017).

 

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