de Arce Rafael

de Arce Rafael

Professor Doctor


Téléphone : +34914975506

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AGREEM Universidad Autonóma de Madrid

Pays : Spain

Type d'institution : University

Institution FEMISE : yes

Thèmes de recherche

  • Poverty and Inequalities
  • Trade International Agreements
  • Agriculture
  • Migration
  • Climate Energy Ressources Biodiversity

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Publications récentes

1. “Reintegration upon return: insights from Ecuadorian returnees from Spain”. Anda David, Marion Mercier, Ramón Mahía and Rafael de Arce. International Migration, September, 2016. Impact Factor (JCR): 1.618.

2. “Barriers to the investment in the Concentrated Solar Power sector in Morocco: A foresight approach using the Cross Impact Analysis for a large number of events”. Eva Medina, Rafael de Arce and Ramón Mahía. Futures 71 (2015) Pp: 36-56.

3. “Will Energy Save FDI Inflows to Turkey from the Cool Down of EU Accession Prospects? A Case Study of How Geo-political Alliances and Regional Networks Matter”. Miguel Eduardo Sánchez-Martín, Rafael de Arce and Gonzalo Escribano. Journal of Turkish Studies. September, 15th 2015.

4. “How regional integration and transnational energy networks have boosted FDI in Turkey (and may cease to do so)”. Miguel Eduardo Sánchez-Martín, Gonzalo Escribano and Rafael de Arce. World Bank Group Policy Research Working Paper series, 6970. Washington July 2014. ISSN: 1726-5878.

5. “A Dynamic Input–Output Scheme for the Estimation of Labour Migration Impact on GDP and Employment in Receiving Countries with an Application for Spain”. Rafael de Arce and Ramón Mahía. Chapter 7th in “The Socio-Economic Impact of Migration: Effects on Trade, Remittances, Output, and the Labour Market”. Edited by Artal-Tur, Peri and Requena. SPRINGER, Population Economics. (June, 2014)

6. “Assessing the Future of a CSP Industry in Morocco”. Ramón Mahía, Rafael de Arce and Eva Medina. Energy Policy 69 (2014) 586–597. DOI:

7. “Do changes in the rules of the game affect FDI flows in Latin America? A look at the macroeconomic, institutional and regional integration determinants of FDI in the region”. Miguel Ángel Sánchez, Rafael de Arce and Gonzalo Escribano. European Journal of Political Economy 34 (2014) 279–299. DOI:

8. “Trade liberalization and poverty reduction in Africa: computable general equilibrium models approach. Literature review”. Rafael De Arce, Saúl de Vicente, Ramón Mahía, Eva Medina. International Journal of Political Science and Development, 2014. Vol. 2(5): 90-96.