Assistant Professor of Economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Affiliated Professor, Barcelona GSE; CEPR Research Affiliate
Manuel García-Santana is an assistant professor of economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. He is also an affiliated Professor at Barcelona GSE and CEPR Research Affiliate of the Macroeconomics and Growth group. I hold my Ph.D. in Economics from CEMFI, in Madrid. I hold a Licenciatura en Economía from the University of Salamanca. He is a applied macroeconomist with interests in trade and growth and development. His research focuses on understanding how trade, government policies, and market distortions affect aggregate productivity and welfare by changing the way resources are allocated across firms.
Recent work by Manuel García-Santana
The construction of the Golden Quadrilateral has seen unequal gains in manufacturing income across states, largely due to proximity to the highway