Jiménez-Martín, Sergi

Jiménez-Martín, Sergi

Sergi Jiménez-Martín

Profesor Titular – Universidad Pompeu Fabra

Investigador asociado – FEDEA

Director de la Catedra La Caixa Economía de la Salud y Hábitos de Vida. Actualmente es editor asociado de Economics & Finance Research: An Open Access Journal y del Journal of Public Programs and Policy Evaluation y miembro del consejo editorial de Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy y Cuadernos Económicos de ICE. Colaborador habitual del blog Nada es Gratis.

Los campos de Investigación en los que trabaja son Microeconometría, Economía de la Salud y Hábitos de Vida, Seguridad Social y retiro, Economía del Trabajo y Consumo.

1987: B.A. in Economics. Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB.).
1989: MSc. in Economic Analysis, Department of Economics and Instituto de Análisis Económico. UAB.
1994: Ph.D. in Economics. Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).

1994/96: Assistant professor. Dept. of Economics and Dept. of Statistics and Econometrics. UC3M.
1996/98: Assistant professor. Department of Economics. UC3M.
1998/04: Associate professor. Department of Economics. UC3M.
2002/04: Visiting Professor. Department of Economics. UPF.
2004-current: Associate professor. Department of Economics. UPF.

1991: LSE/CEP, London (September-December)
1992: GSIA. Carnegie Mellon University (September-December)
1994: UCL, London (January-April).
2000: NBER, Cambridge (May-August).
2006: SUNY at Stony Brook, NY, February.
2007: IAE (CSIC), Barcelona (one year).
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012: SUNY at Stony Brook, NY (Up to one month each).
2016: UCL, London (May).

2017-present. Associate Editor Empirical Economics.
2015-2016. Guest associated editor of Health Economics for an Special Issue on Crisis and Health.
2015-2015. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Encuentro de Economía Aplicada.
2014-2017. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Simposio of the Spanish Economic Association
2013-present. Associate Editor of Revista de Evaluación de Programas y Políticas Públicas
2012-present. Associate Editor of Cogent Economics & Finance.
2012-present. Member of the Editorial Board of Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy.
2010-present. Member of the Scientific Board of Cuadernos Económicos de ICE.
2009-2011. Scientific Coordinator, Social Sciences calls and grants. (AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya).
2009-present. World Bank External Consultant.
2008-present. Director of the Barcelona Microeconometrics Summer School (BMiSS, Barcelona GSE).
2007-2015. Director of the FEDEA-LaCaixa Economía de la Salud y Hábitos de Vida Chair.
2008-2008. Scientific Committee of the Int. Institute of Public Finance 64th conference (Maastricht).
2008-present. Research Affiliate, CRES, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
2006-2007. Scientific Committee of the XXXII Simposio de Análisis Económico (SAE).
2006-present. Research affiliate. HEDG, University of York.
2006-present. Associate Researcher FEDEA.
2005-2005. Organizer of the “Economics of Addiction and of Health inequality” workshop, Fundación
Areces, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: May, 20-21th.
2003-2005. Research Affiliate, CENTRA, Sevilla.
2003-2005. Tutor. Graduate Program of Economics and Management. UPF
2002-2002. Scientific committee of the conference “Microeconometric Models and simulation tools for
fiscal policy”, Instituto de Estudios Fiscales, Madrid
2002-2009. Director-Editor of Cuadernos Económicos de ICE.
2000-2003. Associate editor of the Spanish Economic Review
2001-2002. External researcher of the Instituto de Estudios Fiscales (Institute of Fiscal Studies).
2003-2003. Scientific Committee of the II Mediterranean Summer School, UIB, Mallorca, July 14-18.
1999-1999. Co-director of the 3rd PACO Workshop. Madrid.
1997-2002. Editor of volumes 63 to 67 of Cuadernos Económicos de ICE.
1998-1998. Scientific committee of the European Meeting of the Econometric Society, Berlin.
1997-2001. Master de Economía Industrial (UC3M). Master thesis Coordinator.
Referee for the following journals:
Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of the European Economic Asso-
ciation, PloS ONE, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Health
Economics, Health Economics, Labour Economics, Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, Review of
Economic Dynamics, Oxford University Press, International Tax and Public Finance, Social Science &
Medicine, Economica, Statistics and Probability Letters, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Canadian
Journal of Economics, Journal of Population Economics, Journal of Labor Policy, CESifo Economic Studi-
es, Oxford Economic Papers, Empirical Economics, Fiscal Studies, European Journal of Health Economics,
European Journal of Political Economy, IZA Journal of Labor Policy, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insuran-
ce: issues and practice, Labour, Serie, Investigaciones Económicas, Spanish Economic Review, Hacienda
Pública, Moneda y Crédito and Revista de Economía Aplicada.
Referee for the following agencies and institutions:
International agencies and institutions,: NSF, ERC, ISF, DFG, Università di Padova
Spanish agencies and institutions: ANECA, ANEP, AGAUR, Com. de Madrid, IVIE, CENTRA, BdE.
Fields of interest:
Microeconometrics (Panel data and sample selection models),
Labor Economics (Social Security and retirement, Education and Wage Skill Premium),
Health Economics (Sin goods, pharmaceutical policy, Long Term Care, Health and Labor Supply).

1. “Does Long-Term Care Subsidisation Reduce Hospital Admissions?”, with Joan Costa-Font and Cris-
tina Vilaplana, Journal of Health Economics, 58, 43–66, 2018.
2. “Disability transitions and the great recession”, with Judit Vall and Arnau Juanmartí, Empirical Eco-
nomics, forthcoming, 2018.
3. “Trends in Labor Force Participation of OlderWorkers in Spain 1990-2015”, with Pilar Garcia-Gomez
and Judit Vall-Castelló, mimeo. Forthcoming in a NBER volume, 2018.
4. “Health Capacity to Work at Older Ages: Evidence from Spain,” with Pilar Garcia and Judit Vall-
Castelló, NBER Chapters, in: Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World: The
Capacity to Work at Older Ages National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. 2017.
5. “Public long-term care reform and private insurance in Spain: how economic crisis has affected both
of them?”, with JM Labeaga and C Vilaplana, Health Economics, 25(Suppl. 2): 159–179, 2016.
6. “Bad times, slimmer children?”, with Judit Vall and Cristina Belles, Health Economics, 25(Suppl. 2):
93–112, 2016.
7. “Financial incentives, health and retirement in Spain”, with Pilar Garcia and Judit Vall-Castelló,
NBER WP 17048, in D. Wise Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Disa-
bility Insurance Programs and Retirement, Chicago University Press for the NBER, 2016.
8. “The puzzling fall of the skill wage premium in Spain”, with F Felgueroso and M Hidalgo, The
Manchester School, 84(3), 313–435, 2016.
9. “Informal Care motivations and intergenerational transfers in European Countries”, with C. Vilaplana,
Health Economics, March 2015, S1, 89-103.
10. “How well do individuals predict the Selling prices of their Homes?”, (with H. Benítez-Silva, S. Eren
and F. Heiland), Journal of Housing Economics, 29, 12-25, 2015
11. “Unmet needs in formal care: kindling the spark for caregiving behavior”, with C Vilaplana, Int.
Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics, 15(2), 153-184 , 2015.
12. “Do Spanish informal caregivers come to the rescue of dependent people with formal care unmet
needs?”, with C. Vilaplana, in Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy, 37 (2): 243-259, 2015.
13. “Delaying the normal and early retirement ages in Spain: behavioural and welfare consequences for
employed and unemployed workers”, with AR Sánchez-Martín and JI García-Pérez, de Economist,
162, 341-375, 2014.
14. “Multimarket contact in pharmaceutical markets”, (with J. Coronado and P. Marín), European Journal
of Health Economics, 15(6), 623-643, 2014.
15. “The Determinants of Pricing in Pharmaceuticals: Are U.S. prices really so high?,” with A. Cabrales,
Health Economics, 22(11), 1377-1397, 2013.
16. “Retirement incentives, individual heterogeneity and labor transitions of employed and unemployed
workers”, with A. Sánchez and Nacho García-Pérez, Labour Economics, 20, 106-120, 2013.
17. “Health, disability and pathways into retirement in Spain”, with Pilar Garcia and Judit Vall-Castelló,
NBER WP 17048, in D. Wise Social Security and Retirement around the World: Historical Trends
in Mortality and Health, Employment, Disability Insurance Participation and Reforms, Chicago Uni-
versity Press for the NBER, 2012, p. 127-174.
18. “Trade-off between formal and Informal Care in Spain” (with C. Vilaplana), European Journal of
Health Economics, 13(4), 461-490, DOI: 10.1007/s10198-011-0317-z, 2012.
19. “La atención a la dependencia en España. La interacción entre el sistema social y el sanitario”, with
C Vilaplana, Gaceta Sanitaria, SESPAS report, 26(Supl.1):124-33, 2012.
20. “Trade-off entre cuidados formales e informales en Europa”, with Pilar Garcia-Gómez and C Vilapla-
na, Gaceta Sanitaria, 2011, 25(Supl.2) :115-24, 2011.
21. “Disability, Capacity for Work, and the Business Cycle: An International Perspective”, with Hugo
Benítez-Silva and Richard Disney, Economic Policy, volume 25, issue 63, 486-513, July 2010.
22. “Initial offers and outcomes in wage bargaining: who wins?” (with J. Garcia), Empirical Economics,
volume 39, number 3, 815-846, December 2010.
23. “Social security incentives, exit from the workforce and entry of the young”, (with M. Boldrin and P.
García Gómez), 2010. in Jon Gruber and David Wise (eds) Social Security Programs and Retirement
around the World: The Relationship to Youth Employment, Chicago University Press for the NBER,
262–294, February 2010.
24. “Inmigración y demanda de seguros sanitarios” (with N. Jorgensen), Gaceta Sanitaria, 2009, 23:19-
25. “Hybrid consumption paths in the attribute space”, (with A. Ladrón de Guevara), Investigaciones
Económicas (Serie from 2010 on), 33(3), 347-383, September 2009.
26. “Assessing the Wellbeing of the Spanish elderly”, with M. Boldrin, 2006, DEE WP 939, forthcoming
in a Chicago University Press volume, 2009.
27. “Modeling consumption patterns in the attribute space: theory and evidence of hybrid behavior” (with
A. Ladrón de Guevara), International Journal of Research in Marketing, 24(3), 242-253, 2007.
28. “An evaluation of the life-cycle effects of minimum pensions on retirement behavior”, (with A.
Sánchez-Martín), Journal of Applied Econometrics, 22(5), 923-950, 2007.
29. “Evaluating Spanish Pension Expenditure under Alternative Reform Scenarios”, (with M. Boldrin),
in Gruber, J. and D. Wise, Social Security programs and retirement around the World: Fiscal Impli-
cations, Chicago University press, Autumn 2007.
30. “A sequential model for older workers’labor transitions after a health shock”, (with J.M. Labeaga and
C. Vilaplana), Health Economics, 15(9), 1033-1059, 2006.
31. “Strike Outcomes andWage Settlements in Spain: One or Two (dynamic)Wage Equations?», Labour,
20(4), 673-698, 2006.
32. “Micro-modeling of retirement in Spain” (with M. Boldrin and F. Peracchi), in Gruber, J. and D.Wise,
Social Security programs and retirement around the World: Micro estimation, Chicago University
press, Spring 2004. 499-578.
33. “An empirical analysis of the demand for physician services across the European Union” (with J.M.
Labeaga and M. Martínez-Granado), European Journal of Health Economics, 2004. 5: 150-165.
34. “Social Security Rules, monetary incentives and retirement behavior in Spain”, (with Alfonso Sánc-
hez), Hacienda Pública Española, 169, 35-66, 2004.
35. “Latent class versus two-part models in the demand for physician services across the European Union”
(with J.M. Labeaga and M. Martínez-Granado), Health Economics 11, 2002. 301-321
36. “Sample attrition and labor force dynamics: Evidence from the Spanish labor force survey” (with F.
Peracchi), Spanish Economic Review (Serie from 2010 on), 4(2), 2002
37. “Controlling for endogeneity of strike variables in the estimation of wage settlement equations», Jour-
nal of Labor Economics, 17(3), 585-606, 1999.
38. “Social Security and Retirement in Spain” (with M. Boldrin and F. Peracchi), in Gruber, J. and D.
Wise, Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World, Chicago University Press, 1999.
39. “Indexation and Wage Change Settlements: Evidence from Spanish Manufacturing Firms”, Oxford
Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 60(4), 449-484, 1998.
40. “Participation, heterogeneity and dynamics in tobacco Consumption: evidence from cohort data»(with
JM Labeaga and A López), Health Economics, 7, 401-414, 1998.
41. “On The Testing Of Heterogeneity Effects In Dynamic Unbalanced Panel Data Models”, Economics
Letters, 58(2), 157-163, 1998.
42. “El Conflicto en las relaciones laborales: Una revisión de la literatura», 1997 (with M. Luz Marco)
Revista de Economía Aplicada, 17, 1998.
43. “Algunos Factores Explicativos de la Existencia de Huelgas durante la Negociación Colectiva en
España” (with J.M. Labeaga and M.Luz Marco), Investigaciones Económicas (Serie from 2010 on),
XX, 217-242, 1996.
44. “It is Possible to Reduce Tobacco Consumption via Alcohol Taxation?” (with J.M. Labeaga), Health
Economics, 3(4), 231-242, 1994.

45. “Incentive Effects of Minimum Pensions”, IZA World of Labor, 84, 2014.
46. “Dropout trends and educational reforms: the role of the LOGSE in Spain”, with F. Felgueroso and
M. Gutiérrez, IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 2014.
47. “Business cycle and spillover effects on pre-retirement behavior in Spain”, with Judit Vall-Castelló,
IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, 2:8, 2013.
48. “Using the Health and Retirement Study to Analyze Housing Decisions, Housing Values, and Housing
Prices», (with H. Benítez-Silva, S. Eren and F. Heiland), Cityscape, 12(2), 149-158, July 2010
49. “Evaluating the Labor Supply effects of Alternative Reforms of the Spanish Pension System”, Moneda
y Crédito. 222, 271-312, 2006.
50. “El Empleo Juvenil en las Comunidades Autónomas Españolas: Incidencia del Salario Mínimo”,
(with I. Güemes and C. Pérez), Revista Asturiana de Economía, 2003.
51. “Patterns of Work and Retirement of Older Workers in Spain and Portugal (with Juan Prieto), Euro-
pean Review of Economics and Finance, 2002.
52. “La Incidencia y la Duración del Desempleo Masculino en España” (with J. Andrés and J. García),
Moneda y Crédito, 189, 75-123, 1989.

53. Perfilado Estadístico, F Felgueroso, J.I. Garcia-Perez and S Jiménez-Martín (coord), Fundación Are-
ces, forthcoming, 2018.
54. Atención sanitaria y servicios sociales: ¿una cuestión de integración o sólo de coordinación? (S
Jiménez-Martín, J Oliva and C Vilaplana, coordinadores), CIRCULO DE SANIDAD, 2011.
55. Diferencias de coste laboral por género y sus componentes para las empresas en Andalucía / Sergi
Jiménez-Martín, J.I. García Pérez, M.A. Hidalgo Pérez, C.M. Rubio Castaño, Consejería de Econo-
mía, Innovación y Ciencia, Sevilla, 2010.
56. Aspectos Económicos de la Dependencia y el Cuidado Informal, Sergi Jiménez-Martín (editor). Fun-
dación AstraZeneca, FEDEA and UPF, May 2008.
57. Sistema de Pensiones y Mercado de Trabajo en España, (with M. Boldrin and F. Peracchi), Fundación
BBV, Madrid, 2001.

58. “Health status and retirement of older European couples” with JM Labeaga andMMartínez-Granado,
59. “Reforming the U.S. Social Security system accounting for employment uncertainty” with Hugo
Benitez-Silva and José I. Garcia, 2016 in Hairault O and Langot F. “Labor Market and Retirement
Interactions”, Oxford University Press, 57–90, 2016.
60. “The Economic Crisis and the Reform of the Spanish Pension System” in a Metalrente volume edited
by Christian Traxler, 2015.
61. “Labor Income and the Design of Default Portfolios in Mandatory Pension Systems: An Application
to Chile”, (with A Sánchez-Martín, D Robalino and F Todeschini), in Robalino et al. (eds) Social
Insurance and Labor Markets: How to Protect Workers While Creating Good Jobs, IZA conference
volume, Oxford University Press, forthcoming, 2014.
62. “¿Por qué el abandono escolar se ha mantenido tan elevado en España en las últimas dos décadas? El
papel de la ley de educación (LOGSE)”, con F. Felgueroso and M. Gutiérrez, in Antonio Ciccone and
Antonio Cabrales (eds.) “La Educación en España: una visión académica”, 2013.
63. “Balance y Retos de la Formación Profesional en España”, (with Florentino Felgueroso en Reformas
para potenciar el crecimiento en España, CIVITAS, Madrid, 2011.
64. “La Ley 39/2006 y la Convención desde un punto de vista económico”, (with C. Vilaplana) in Situ-
aciones de dependencia, discapacidad y derechos. Una mirada a la Ley 39/2006 de Promoción de
la Autonomía Personal y atención a las personas en situación de dependencia desde la Convención
Internacional de los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad. Ed. Dykinson, pp. 343-408. 2011.
65. “¿Por qué ha caído el premio salarial a la cualificación en España?”, (with Florentino Felgueroso and
Manuel Hidalgo) in A. Cabrales and M. Celentani Talento, Esfuerzo y Movilidad Social, Monografías
FEDEA, 2011.
66. “Inmigración y Demanda de Servicios Sanitarios”, with JM Labeaga and N Jorgensen, in Boldrin M
and Conde-Ruiz N Efectos Económicos de la Inmigración en España, Monografías FEDEA, Marcial
Pons, 2009.
67. “Incentive effects of Retirement Income Transfers”, with D Robalino & J Piggott in Closing the
Coverage Gap: the Role of Social Pensions and Other Retirement Income Transfers. D Robalino, R
Holzmann & N. Takayama Eds. World Bank 2009.
68. “Dependencia y cuidados de larga duración en España: una panorámica general” with D. Casado in
Aspectos Económicos de la Dependencia y el Cuidado Informal, Sergi Jiménez-Martín (ed). Funda-
ción AstraZeneca, May 2008.
69. “El Perfil de los Cuidadores Informales: Presente y Futuro” with C. Vilaplana in Aspectos Económicos
de la Dependencia y el Cuidado Informal, Sergi Jiménez-Martín (ed). Fundación AstraZeneca, May
70. “Los Servicios Sociales para Dependientes en España” with C. Vilaplana in Aspectos Económicos
de la Dependencia y el Cuidado Informal, Sergi Jiménez-Martín (ed). Fundación AstraZeneca, May
71. “La Calidad de Vida de los Cuidadores en España” with C. Vilaplana in Aspectos Económicos de la
Dependencia y el Cuidado Informal, Sergi Jiménez-Martín (ed). Fundación AstraZeneca, May 2008.
72. “Le système de retraite espagnol: bref historique, dispositifs etréformes”, with José M. Labeaga, in
Florence Legros (ed) Les retraites: Libres opinions déxperts européens, Paris, Economica, 2007.
73. “Redistribution and Solidarity in the Spanish Pension System”, in Serge Allegrezza and Arun Mura-
lidhar (eds), Reforming European Pension Systems, Dutch University Press, Spring 2007.
74. “Benefit system and their interaction with active labor market policies”, report for the EU, coordinated
by M. Peters. http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/news/2004/oct/benefit_systems_report_en.html.
75. “Latent class versus two-part models in the demand for physician services across the European Union”
(with J.M. Labeaga and M. Martínez), Reprint from Health Economics, in A. Jones and O. O’Donnell
(eds.) Innovations in Health Econometrics, John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
76. “Incentivos y pautas de retiro en España” in 100 Años de Seguridad Social Española, Secretaria de
Estado de la Seguridad Social, Ministerio de trabajo y Seguridad Social, 2002
77. “Indiciación Salarial y Desempleo” (with J. Andrés and J. García), in Empresas y Empresarios Es-
pañoles en la Encrucijada de los Noventa, J. Velarde et al. (coor.), Ed. Civitas, Madrid, 1993.
78. “Bargaining Structure and Unemployment” in Disequilibrium on the Consumer Goods Market and
the Labour-Market-Regional Analysis in Poland, ACE report, NEI, Chapter II, 43-50, 1993.
79. “Participación y Fecundidad de las Mujeres Casadas en España” (with J. García), in Economía del
Trabajo Femenino. Sector Mercantil y no Mercantil, series Debate, 9, Instituto de la Mujer, 1989.
80. “Consequences of the Economic Crisis on Health and Health Care Systems”, foreword with P Garcia-
Gomez and JM Labeaga, Health Economics, 25(Suppl. 2): 3–5, 2016.
81. “Recent developments in male disability take-up in Spain”, Regions Magazine,294, 18-20, 2014
82. “Ageing, the economic crisis, and the reform of the pension system”, IEB report, 11-14, Barcelona,
83. “Evaluación de las Consecuencias Laborales de la Reforma de 2011 y de Reformas Alternativas”, with
H. Benítez and JI García-Pérez, Revista Economía Española y Protección Social, 5, 35–62, 2013.
84. “Introducción a la monografía sobre Reforma del Sistema de Dependencia, costes y financiación”,
with J. Oliva, Actas de Dependencia, 6, 5-10, 2012.
85. “El sistema sanitario español: síntomas de una reforma anunciada”, with A Viola, El Médico, 1135,
September 2012.
86. “Cuidados no profesionales y atención a la dependencia: los cuidados informales”, with P Garcia-
Gómez, J Oliva, and C Vilaplana, Papeles de Economía Española, 129, 83-97, 2011
87. “Salud, Mortalidad y Participación Laboral en España”, with P Garcia-Gómez & J Vall-Castelló,
Revista Económica de Catalunya, # 62, 2011.
88. “Incentivos, transiciones laborales y su incidencia en las carreras laborales”, Revista de la Seguridad
Social, 217-234, 2010.
89. “Sobre la Propuesta para la Reactivación Laboral en España” (with Florentino Felgueroso), Revista
Circunstancia, Septiembre 2009.
90. “Propuestas de reforma laboral en España”, (with Florentino Felgueroso), ItalianiEuropeini, 4/2009.
91. “Determinación de Ofertas Iniciales en la Negociación de Salarios en España” (with J. Garcia), Cua-
dernos Económicos de ICE, 2003.
92. “Incentivos a permanecer activo y pensiones mínimas: algunas propuestas de reforma”, (with A.
Sánchez and M. Boldrin), Hacienda Pública Española, 2000.
93. “The Italian and Spanish Labor markets: Current situation and perspectives for the year 2001”, (with
Franco Peracchi), Boletín IPC, April 2001.
94. “Spanish Labor market: Current situation and perspectives for the year 2000”, (con Franco Peracchi),
Boletín IPC, July, 2000.
95. “Short-term forecasting of labor market indicators”, (with Franco Peracchi), Boletín IPC, Abril, 2000.
96. “Incentivos y pautas de jubilación en España” (with A. Sánchez), Cuadernos Económicos de ICE, 65,
48-65, 1999.
97. “El impacto de la reforma de 1997 en los incentivos de jubilación y la deuda implícita de la Seguridad
Social”, Economistas, 1999.
98. “La Calidad de la EPA en la estimación de transiciones” (with Franco Peracchi), Ekonomiaz, 1999.
99. “El impacto de la reforma de las pensiones sobre los incentivos a la jubilación anticipada” (with
Michele Boldrin, and Franco Peracchi), Boletín IPC, 42, 57-67, 1998.
100. “Hacia dos décadas de negociación colectiva: Antecedentes, estado y perspectivas.”, Boletín IPC, 22,
101. “El Sistema SAS: Revisión de sus Posibilidades de Aplicación en Economía” (with J.M. Labeaga),
Revista de Economía Aplicada, 2(4), 187-193, 1994.
102. “Evaluació del Creixement del PIB de Catalunya al Periode 1988-1990” (with J.L. Raymond), Nota
dÉconomia, 40, 89-104, 1991.
103. “Algunas Consideraciones sobre el Mercado de Trabajo en Catalunya” (with J. Bosch, J. García and
D. Vegara), Revista Económica de Catalunya, 15, 21-33, 1990.
104. “Creixement del Producte Interior Brut a Catalunya: Avaluació a Partir de Indicadors de Conjuntura”
(with J. García, T. Garcia-Milà and J.L. Raymond), Nota dÉconomia, 35, 29-44, 1989.
a. “An investigation on the effect of quitting smoking on the probability of becoming obese», with FA
Todeschini and JM Labeaga, R&R, Empirical Economics.
b. “The Effects of Employment Uncertainty and Wealth Shocks on the Labor Supply and Claiming
Behavior of Older American Workers”, with Hugo Benítez-Silva and Nacho Garcia-Pérez, 2015,
c. “The effect of increasing the minimum working age on education and health outcomes”, with Judit
Vall and Elena del Rey, R&R Economics of Education Review.
d. “Stirring to Care? The Effect of Demand Subsidies on Informal Caregiving and Intergenerational
Transfers”, with Joan Costa-Font and Cristina Vilaplana, mimeo,
e. “Mothers care: reversing early childhood health shocks through parental investments”, with Antonio
Cabrales, Judit Vall and Cristina Belles, submitted.
f. “The unintended effects of increasing the legal working age on family behaviour”, with Judit Vall and
Cristina Belles, submitted.
g. “Monte Carlo evidence on the estimation of AR(1) panel data sample selection models”, with José M.
Labeaga, 2015, submitted.
h. “Drug consumption and pharmaceutical copayment in Spain”, with A. Viola, submitted
i. “The effect of changing the number of elective hospital admissions on the levels of emergency provi-
sion”, with Catia Nicodemo and Stuart Reading, submitted
j. “Hiring subsidies for disabled individuals in Spain: Do they work?”, with Judit Vall and Arnau Juan-
martí, submitted

– “Trends is Retirement incentives in the Spanish Pension system: 1980-2016”, with Pilar Garcia-Gomez,
Silvia Garcia-Mandico and Judit Vall, work in progress
– “The effect of child labor laws on mortality”, with Judit Vall and Cristina Bellés, work in progress
– “The dynamics of fertility decisions in the UK, with Catia Nicodemo and E. deCao, work in progress
– “Labor Force transitions and incentives to retire in recessionary times”, with J.I. Garcia-Perez, work in
– “Mental Health and Long term care reforms”, with Joan Costa-Font and Cristina Vilaplana, work in pro-
-“Bequest Motives in Long Term Care: Evidence of Insurance and Inheritance Tax Reforms”, with Joan
Costa-Font and Cristina Vilaplana, work in progress.
-“The Effect of Abortion Legalization on Fertility, Marriage and Long-term Outcomes forWomen”, with L.
González, Judit Vall and Natalia Nollenberger.
-“A life-cycle exploration of the effects of the Earning test on retirement and welfare, with an application to
the Spanish case”, with A. Sánchez, mimeo, 2015.
-“GMM-IV estimation of dynamic panel data sample selection models with endogenous regressors” with
José M. Labeaga and María Rochina, 2015, mimeo.
2017/2019: European project on Health and Inmigration. Judit Vall (PI)
2015/2017: Salud, dependencia, trabajo, protección social y bienestar alrededor y después de la edad de
retiro. Spanish Ministry of Economía y Competitividad, Project ECO2014-52238-R (PI)
2014/2016: Recercaixa competitive project “Promoting The Labour Market Integration of DisabledWorkers:
a Policy Evaluation Exercise for Spain” (PI).
2012/2014: Análisis Microeconométrico de las Decisiones Individuales en el Mercado de Trabajo y de
Salud: Métodos y Evaluación de Políticas, Spanish Ministry of Science, project # ECO2011-30323-C03-02
2012/2012: Incertidumbre de Empleo y Jubilación en España. Analisis Comparado y Evaluación de Refor-
mas, Social Security Administration, FIPROS 2011 (PI).
2010/2010: El papel del género en el futuro de la Seguridad Social. Social Security FIPROS 2009 (PI).
2009/2011: La dinámica en las decisiones individuales y sus efectos sobre el bienestar, Spanish Ministry of
Science, project # ECO2008-06395-C05-01 (PI and coordinator of 5 subprojects).
2009/2011: EU Project on Long Term Care (PI for the Spanish subproject, FEDEA).
2007/2008: Incentivos implícitos en el Sistema de Protección Social (PI). Seguridad Social Española. FI-
PROS 2007 (PI).
2007/2007: The volume and geography of remittances across the EU. EU-ECFIN.
2007/2007: Las Huelgas en España: Una perspectiva histórica (PI). IVIE.
2006/2007: Dependencia y cuidado informal (PI). Fundación Astrazeneca.
2006/2008: Spanish Ministry of Education Project # SEJ 2005-08783-C04-01 (PI and Coordinator of 4
2004/2006: FBBVA: “Salud, consumo e incentivos en la transición a la inactividad en las familias” (PI).
2004/2005: Member of the FINRET network.
2003/2005: Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology Project BEC2002-04294-C02-01 (PI).
2001/2004: Member of the SHARE team.
2000/2002: DGES project PB98-1058-C03-03. (PI).
2000/2002: CHER: EU network project HPSE-CT-1999-00037 (PI).
2000/2009: Associate researcher and member of the steering committee of the project “Pharmaceutical
Policy in the light of the Social Sciences” financed by the Merck foundation. UPF and UC3M.
2000/2001: MEC Spanish-Italy integrated project HI1999-0027 (PI).
1997/2000: «Social Security and Retirement». FBBVA. Joint with M. Boldrin (PI) and F. Peracchi.
1996/1998: Member of Spanish DGES project PB95-0980. PI: J.García (UPF).
1996/1998: Member of Spanish DGES project PB95-0292. PI: Miguel Delgado (UC3M)
1993/1995: Member of DGYCIT project PB92-1036-C02-01. PI: J.García (UPF).
1993/1993: Participant in the ACE (EU): “Disequilibrium on the Consumer goods market and the labour
market in the Lodz region”. University of Lodz, the Netherlands Economics Institute (NEI) and UPF.

1993. II Health Economics and Econometrics Workshop, University of York, York.
1994. Applied Economics Association. Marseille III. Aix-en-Provence.
1994. European Association of Labour Economics. Varsaw.
1995. European Economic Association. Prague.
1996. North American Econometric Society. Iowa.
1996. Econometric Society European Meeting. Istambul.
1997. NBER Conference on «Social Security Systems around the World», Burdeaux.
1999. NBER Conference on «Social Security Systems around the World», Paris.
1999. FBBV Conference on «Social Security», Madrid.
2000. NBER and CERP Conferences on Social Security, Sienna and Turin.
2002. NBER and IEF conferences.
2003. NBER (Napflio) and Maryland conferences on Social Security. MMC Conference, Madrid.
2004. NBERWell-being conference, Structural Econometrics Conference, ESEM conference, Madrid. EA-
LE conference, Lisbon.
2004. Pension Conference in Toulouse.
2005. NBER well-being conference, Bellagio; Econometric Society World congress, London; European
Economic Association, Amsterdam; XIV Health Economics and Econometrics Workshop, Dublin; Sympo-
sium Moneda y Crédito, Madrid.
2006. NBER AGING GROUP conference, Barcelona, May 18th-20th. PANEL DATA CONFERENCE
(Cambridge). ESEM (Viena), Panel Data Conference (Cambridge, UK), ESEM Conference (Viena)
2007 MCVL meeting FEDEA and MTAS (Madrid), SAE 2007 (GRANADA).
2008. Pharmaceutical Policy conference, Toulouse. Asociación Economía de la Salud, Salamanca. IIPF
64th conference (Maastricht, NL), XVIII Health Economics and Econometrics Workshop, Coimbra (Portu-
gal), Moneda y Crédito Simposium (Madrid, November).
2009. Disability in Spain. NBER AGING GROUP conference, Paris, March 6th. Summer Institute aging
workshop. Cambridge, Boston.
2010. Simposio of the Spanish Economic Association. Madrid.
2011. IHEA World Congress, Toronto, July. Cepremap workshop on “labor market dynamics over the
life-cycle”, September, Paris. Simposio of the Spanish Economic Association. Malaga.
2013. White Rose consortium Workshop, York. NBER Retirement, financial incentives and Wealth. Sep-
tember, Madrid. Simposio of the Spanish Economic Association. Santander. Jornadas de Economía de la
Salud. Pamplona.
2014. Applied Econometric Association. Queens Mary university. June, London.
2015. Meeting aging group NBER, Paris.
2016. Jornadas de Economía de la Salud, Murcia.
2017. Meeting aging group NBER phase 9. Venice. April; LTC. Jornadas AES. Barcelona, September;
Meeting aging group phase 9, Munich. November; SAE, Barcelona, December.

1999. Cursos de Verano de la UPV. San Sebastián.
1999. Simposium of Economic Analysis. UAB. Barcelona
2000. Incentivos y pautas de Retiro. UIMP, Santander
2004. Pension Reform Conference in Schengen (in memoriam of Franco Modigliani).
2004. Ramon Areces Pension Conference in Sevilla (Centra).
2005. Pension Conference IZA in Lisbon.
2005. Equity workshop, IZA, Bonn. (discussion).
2005. Policy Evaluation workshop, UPO, SEVILLA.
2005. AIM workshop, FEDEA (Madrid)
2006. Pensions: Reforma del sistema Español. (Centro de Estudios Andaluces, SEVILLA)
2007: Centro de Estudios Andaluces (Sevilla), Jornadas de los Economistas (Barcelona, round table), Jor-
nadas de Economía Pública (Zaragoza). CIDOB (Barcelona), December.
2008. Social Pensions (Tokyo, double discussion). Long Term Care, Universidad de Barcelona (UB) Phar-
maceutical Policy: IESE, May. Immigration: ECSP, Barcelona, June. FEDEA Immigration conference,
Madrid, October. Ramon Areces Conference, November (Madrid, discussion). November (Palma, Club
Ultima Hora Immigration workshop).
2009. Invited Special session on Housing at the Royal Economic Society Conference, Surrey, April 2009.
Incentivos, transiciones e historias laborales. UIMP, Santander, August.
2010. La sostenibilidad de sistema de pensiones, Centro de Estudios Andaluces, Sevilla. The Spanish
Labor Market Reform. VIII Trobada Barcelona Economics Roundtable, October. »Educación y modelo
productivo: ¿Qué cambios se necesitan?», Bajadoz, November. La sostenibilidad de sistema de pensiones,
Conferencia Mayores y TIC, Granada. Pensiones, Sección Española del Club de Roma (Barcelona).
2011. Invited Conference: La Reforma de les Pensions, Institut dÉstudis Catalans, Barcelona, March.
Reformas de la Economía Española, Congreso de Auditores y Censores, Sitges, July. Propuestas para el
crecimiento sostenido de la Economía Española, EEF and FEDEA, September.
2012. Round Table: Reforma laboral o canvi de model productiu? UPF, Barcelona, March. Plenary talk
at the Congreso Nacional Mercado de Trabajo y Relaciones laborales, April, Palencia. Two Contributive
invited sessions at the Conference of the Asociación Economía de la Salud, May, Bilbao. Presentation at the
Conference in Honor of Sergio Perelman, Liege, June. Presentation at theWorkshop of Education, FEDEA,
Madrid. Presentation at Jornadas de la Dependencia, Caser & Expansión, Madrid. IV Jornada de Economía
Española y Seguridad Social, Madrid.
2013. Jornada Europea, CIDOB, Tarragona, May. Roundtable: Pensions at the Barcelona Ateneu, June.
International NEETs conference, Ivalua, Barcelona, June, Invited talk. International LTCP conference,
Universitat de Barcelona, July, Invited talk. Workshop on the Economics of Long Term Care, 16th-17th
December 2013 Geneva.
2014. International LTCP workshop, Universitat de Barcelona, July, Invited talk. Cursos de verano, Ministry
of Education, UIMP, July, Invited contribution.
2015. >Quién teme al copago? Facultad de Derecho. UAM. Febrero. Madrid. Health at Work, June, Paris.
2016. Health Econometrics. Bari July 2016. Aging (NBER), Paris. 3rd EuHEA Student-Supervisor Confe-
rence, Barcelona. Disability Topics, UPF, Barcelona.
2017. Health. Oxford. July; LTC. Albacete. June;

1993. Universidad de Valencia; UNED (Madrid); Universitat Pompeu Fabra and UAB. Barcelona.
1994. University College of London and UPF.
1995. UAB; Universidad de Valencia; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Fedea. Madrid.
1996. Universidad del País Vasco. Bilbao; Banco de España. Madrid.
1998. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Valladolid
2000. Universidad de Vigo, Univ. de Santiago de Compostela y FEDEA.
2002. UPV, Bilbao. CENTRA, Sevilla
2003. Universitat de Barcelona, CREB, and UPF.
2005. UPF.
2006. SUNY at Stony Brook, UPF, Oviedo and FEDEA.
2007. Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Universidad de Alicante, Alicante.
2008. LaCaixa, Barcelona, June. CEMFI, Madrid, November.
2009. UPF, Barcelona. UAB, Barcelona. URL, Tarragona.
2010. OECD, Paris. Carmona (UPO), Sevilla. La sostenibilidad de sistema de pensiones, Centro de Estudios
Andaluces, Sevilla.
2011. Uncertainty and Pensions, Bank of Spain, October. Seminario de Pensiones, Fundación Ortega y
Gasset, October, Madrid.
2012. Transitions to retirement, University of St Gallen. Retirement in the US and Spain, SUNY at Stony
2013. Formal Care and unmet needs, UCM, Madrid. Uncertainty, Wealth Shock and Retirement in the US,
Zurich, October.
2014. Age of entry in the labor market and health outcomes, Murcia, April. University of Barcelona, May.
2015. Entry in the labor market and health outcomes, Nuffield College, March, Oxford. Informal Care
Motivations, Paris Dauphine.
2016. LTC expansion and bed blocking, Nuffield College, May, Oxford.
2017. Disability policies, FEDEA, Madrid; Hiring subsidies, UNED, Madrid; Abortion, Brunel, May 2017,
London; LTC, Oxford, May 2017.

2015. Spanish Ministry of Education grant for a stay at UCL (London).
2012: Awarded with the fourth positive evaluation assessment of a research period: 2007-2012.
2011: 1st prize FIPROS awards. Secretaria de Estado de Seguridad Social.
2009: 3rd prize Dependencia awards. Obra Social Cajamadrid.
2009: 2nd prize FIPROS awards. Secretaria de Estado de Seguridad Social.
2008: Awarded with the Accreditation for Professor (ANECA, Ministry of Education)
2008: Awarded with the Accreditation of Advanced Research, Professor level (AQU, Generalitat de
2006: Awarded with the third positive evaluation assessment of a research period: 2001-2006.
2000: Awarded with two positive evaluation assessments of research periods: 1989-94 and 1995-00.
2000: Spanish Ministry of Education grant for a summer stay (May-August) at NBER.
1999: March and July. IRISS grant for a stay at CEPS (Luxembourg).
1994: January-April. CIRIT grant for a stay at UCL (London).
1992: October-December: CIRIT grant for a stay at GSIA, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
1991: October-December. CIRIT grant for a stay at the CEP (LSE), London.
1989: Award to the best research work of the Master in Economics Analysis. (UAB and IAE).
1988: FPI grant from the Spanish Ministry of Education.

1996: Member of the thesis committee of Mariluz Marco, Valencia, September.
1997–2002: Supervisor of Alfonso Sánchez. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Thesis: Jubilación En-
dógena y Reforma del Sistema Público de Pensiones. UC3M, October 2002. Current placement: UPO
1999: Member of the thesis committee of Ferdinando Regalia (UPF) and Florentino Felgueroso (UNIOVI).
2000: Member of the thesis committee of Ana Montes (UC3M), Ignacio Conde (UC3M) and Bernarda
Zamora (UC3M).
2001–2005: Supervisor of Cristina Vilaplana. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Thesis: “Tres ensayos
de economía de la salud”, Spring 2005. Current placement. Universidad de Murcia
2003: Member of the thesis committee of Rocio Sánchez (UC3M).
2004: Member of the thesis committee of Javier Alonso (UCM).
2005-2008: Supervisor of Catia Nicodemo (Universitá di Tor Vergata). Thesis: Disadvantage or dis-
crimination: work and family life for married women in Mediterranean countries.” October 2008. Current
placement. Oxford (UK).
2005: Member of the thesis committee of David Casado (UPF) and Jaime Delgadillo (UNED).
2007: Member of the thesis committee of Maria Navarro (Universidad de Zaragoza).
2008: Member of the thesis committee of Christina Felfe (UPF) and Manuel Hidalgo (UPF).
2009: Member of the thesis committee of Geir Godagers (University of Olso) and Anna Nesterenko (State
University of New York at Stony Brook).
2007–2010: Supervisor of Javier Coronado (UPF). Thesis: Market Structure and Regulation in Pharma-
ceutical Markets. March 2010. Current placement: NERA consulting.
2007-2010: Supervisor of Federico Todeschini (UPF). Thesis: Essay on the Health and Labor Consequen-
ces of Unhealthy Habits. June 2010. Current Placement: Ivalua.
2007-2010: Supervisor of Judit Vall-Castelló (Maastricht GSG). Thesis: The effects of social policy and
business cycle conditions on labour market decisions of workers in Spain. July 2010. Current placement:
2011: Chair of the thesis committee of Raquel Vegas (UC3M).
2013-2017: Supervisor of Marisa Martín (UCM).Thesis: Diseño de Políticas Sanitarias para la Reducción
de la Mortalidad Infantil en Países en Desarrollo: el Caso en Angola. June 2017.
2014: Thesis committee Jieruo Liu (SUNY at Stony Brook), and Manuel Flores (U. de Santiago)
2016-2017: Supervisor of Analia Viola (UNED)

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