foto Juan Antonio Mañez Castillejo
PDI Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs
Knowledge area: ECONOMIC STRUCTURE (specific)
Department: Economic Structure
(9638) 28356

Dr. Juan A. Máñez studied Economics at the University of Valencia (Degree in Economics) and at the University of Warwick (M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Economics). At the moment, he is Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics, and Associated Researcher of the Social and Economic Behaviour Institute (ERI-CES) at the University of Valencia. He teaches International Trade, Industrial Organization and Microeconometrics. His research deals primarily with the role of trade and innovation activities on manufacturing firms’ performance. He is also active in other research related issues, such as intangibles, firm survival, strategic decisions and experimental economics. The research work resulted in a number of publications (43 scientific publications, from which 32 are in JCR journals). He has been involved in 31 national (6 of them as team leader) and 3 international projects (3 EU projects and 1 World Bank project). He has attended around 130 national and international conferences and workshops.


Five selected/recent publications:


  1. Mañez, J.A., Mínguez, C., Rochina, M.E., Sanchis, J.A., 2019, Trading activities, productivity and markups: evidence from Spanish manufacturing, World Economy, DOI. 10.1111/twec.12892
  2. Mañez, J.A., Pérez-López, G., Prior, D. And J.L. Zafra-Gómez, 2016, Understanding the Dynamic Effect of Contracting Out on the Delivery of Local Public Services. Regional Studies, 50(12), 2069-2080.
  3. Manjón, M. and J.A. Mañez, 2016, Production function estimation in Stata using the Ackerberg–Caves–Frazer method. Stata Journal, 16(4), 1046-1059.
  4. Mañez, J.A., Rochina, M.E., Sanchis A. and Sanchis, J.A., 2009, The role of sunk in the decision to invest in R&D, Journal of Industrial Economics, 57(4), pp. 712-735.
  5. Mañez, J.A., 2006, Unbeatable Value low price guarantee: collusive mechanism or advertising strategy, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 15(1), pp. 143-166.
Subjects taught and teaching methods
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