"Patrones de desarrollo regional en Uruguay en perspectiva de largo plazo (siglos XX y XXI)". Proyecto CSIC I+D 2020. Project leader Prof. Henry Willebald.
“La relevancia estructural e histórica de los servicios en la economía uruguaya”. Proyecto CSIC I+D 2018. Project leader: Prof. Carolina Román. I am member of the research team.
The aim of this research is to propose estimates of the value-added of services for the previous period to official data (1955). Estimates consistent with the official series and those available for other sectors will be provided, in order to make possible long-term and representative analyses of the structural transformation and growth. The contributions of the project will be of a statistical nature –new data series–, interpretative –considering the contribution of sectors to the economic performance– as well as the training of researchers and students.
“Desigualdad regional en Europa y América: tendencias de largo plazo y factores explicativos (1890-2010)”. Departamento de Análisis Económico, Universitat de València, Spain. Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación: ECO2015-65049-C2-1-P. Project leader: Prof. Daniel Tirado-Fabregat. I am member of the research team.
This project aims to describe and analyse the main patterns and drivers of regional economic inequality in Europe and the Americas in the long run. In this regard, we hypothesize that the current economic landscape has been the result of a long and complex process, which has been strongly influenced by geography, institutions and policies. This process, in turn, has shaped the extent and evolution of regional income inequality in Europe and the Americas. Despite all the socioeconomic changes occurred since the mid-1800s, reversals of fortunes and/or economic growth miracles are hardly observed. It appears that spatial inequalities in Europe and the Americas present few discontinuities, that is to say, are rather persistent over time.