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Jose Enrique Garcilazo


Enrique has been working at the OECD in Paris in the Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development since September 2005.

Education:

  • B.S./B.A., Actuarial Science, Economics, Finance, Drake University
  • M.S, Economics, University of Texas at Austin
  • Ph.D., Public Policy, LBJ School of Public Affairs the University of Texas at Austin
  • During his graduate studies, Enrique worked as a research assistant for Professor David Kendrick, and Professor James K. Galbraith. He was also a teaching assistant in a variety of courses. At the LBJ School, Enrique was part of the UTIP (University of Texas Inequality Project) research group involved in various projects related to the measurement of economic inequality.

    His research commenced in topics related with monetary economics, computational economics and econometrics. During his doctorate studies, his research focused primarily in the problem of European unemployment where he explored the relationship between inequality and unemployment by developing a regional model of unemployment during the period of European integration.

    Enrique has presented his work in various international conferences in France, Costa Rica, Mexico and the US. He has co-published two articles with dissertation supervisor James Galbraith “Unemployment Inequality and the Policy of Europe, 1984-2000” (BNL Quarterly Review, March 2004), and “Pay Inequality in Europe 1995-2000: Convergence Between Countries and Stability Inside” (European Journal of Comparative Economics, forthcoming). In 2007 Enrique published his first book “Regional Labor Markets Unemployment and Inequality in Europe” (VMD Verlag Dr. Müller) based on his dissertation work.


     

    Publications

    Books
  • Regional Labor Markets Unemployment and Inequality in Europe VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., Saarbrücken, (2007)

  • Articles
  • “Regional Unemployment Clusters: Neighbourhood and State Effects in Europe and North America” with Vincenzo Spiezia, (2007), (Forthcoming in Review of Regional Studies)

  • “State and Neighbourhood Effects: a Nonparametric Analysis of Regional Unemployment Rates in Europe and North America,” with Vincenzo Spiezia (Submitted for Publication)

  • “Equality and Employment in the European Service Sector Economy, 1995-2000,” UTIP Working Paper Series No. 31, (2005)

  • “Pay Inequality in Europe 1995-2000: Convergence Between Countries and Stability Inside”, European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 2, No.2, (2005), with James Galbraith.

  • “Unemployment Inequality and the Policy of Europe, 1984-2000”, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review, Vol LVII, No. 228, (2004), 3-28, with James Galbraith.

  • “Structural and Cohesion Funds in Spain and Portugal: Is Regional and National Inequality Increasing?”, Miami European Union Center, Working Paper Series Vol. 3 No. 11, (2003), with Pedro Gomis

  • “Wieland and Orphanide’s Small Macroeconomic Model simulated with the Software Duali in a Deterministic Scenario using an Optimal Control Framework,” The University of Texas Research Project (2001)

  • “Adding Additive Noise and Parameter Uncertainty to Wieland and Orphanide’s Small Macroeconomic Model,” The University of Texas Research Project (2001)

  • “Ehrman and Smets’ (2001) Euro Area Macroeconomic Model Simulated with the Software Duali in a Deterministic Scenario using an Optimal Control Framework,” The University of Texas Research Project (2001)

  • “Adding Parameter Uncertainty to Ehrman and Smets’ (2001) Euro Area Macroeconomic Model,” The University of Texas Research Project (2001)

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