Cuadro de texto:

Jorge Garcia-Arias

Current Positions

 

 

 

 

Education

 

· Ph.D. Economics (Doctor en Economía), University of Leon, Spain. Ph.D. Program on Economics of the European Integration.

· B.A. Economics and Business (Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales), University of Oviedo, Spain.

Awards

 

· CES Ph.D. Award for Social Sciences’ Dissertation in Spain, Consejo Económico y Social de España (CES), Madrid.

· Ph.D. Economics Extraordinary Prize, Economics School Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation in Economics, Universidad de Leon.

· Bachelor Extraordinary Price (Premio Valentín Andrés Álvarez), Economics School Award for Academia Merit on Completion of Bachelor Degree (best BA of the year), Universidad de Oviedo.

Publications

 

 

Articles in peer-refereed journals

 

 

· “Philanthrocapitalism as a Neoliberal (Development Agenda) Artefact. Philanthropic Discourse and Hegemony in (Financing for) International Development”. Globalizations, 16(6): 857-875. 2019. (with J. Mediavilla).

· “The Post-Keynesian view on labour demand in micro- and macroeconomic fields”. Economics and Sociology, 12(2): 109-128. 2109. (with E. Fernández-Huerga)

· “Financialization, Institutional Reform and Structural Change in the Bolivian Boom (2006-2014)”. Latin American Perspectives, 46(2): 47–64. 2019. (with A. Macías Vázquez).

· “Labor supply: towards the construction of an alternative conception from post-Keynesian and institutional economics”, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 40(4): 576-599. 2017. (with E. Fernández-Huerga. and A. Salvador)

· “Perspectives on financialization and crisis in Europe”. Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy, 46: 17-26. 2017. (with L. Horn and J. Toporowski)

· “International Financialisation and the Systemic Approach to International Financing for Development”, Global Policy, 6(1): 24-33. 2015.

· “A re-interpretation of ‘traditional’ and ‘new’ economic methodologies from Dow’s Modes of Thought Theory” (original in Spanish). Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 21 (1): 72-85. 2015. (with A. Pardo Fanjul and A. Salvador).

· “Innovative Financing for Development: a Deus ex Machina for funding post-2015 development agenda? Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy, 36: 49-70. 2014. (with A. Macias and E. Fernandez-Huerga).

· “The Systemic Approach to International Financing for Development and the Need for a World Tax and Financial Organization”. European Journal of Development Research, 25(1): 60-77. 2013.

·  “European Periphery Crises, International Financial Markets, and Democracy”. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 72(4):826-850. 2013. (with E. Fernandez-Huerga and A. Salvador).

· “Could the Theory of Modes of Thought explain some of the differences between mainstream and keynesian/postkeynesian economics?” (original in Spanish). Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 4: 573-585. 2009.

· “International Finance and Development: opportunity or threat?” CEPAL Review, 96: 157-172. 2008.

· “Information cascades and currency crises: a theoretical analysis”, Investigación Económica, 255: 61-90. 2006.

· “The exchange and financial crisis in the ASEAN-4. Dysfunctional financial liberalization and herd behavior” (original in Spanish). Problemas del Desarrollo. Revista Latinoamericana de Economía, 33(129): 9-42. 2002.

· “Distorsions of the international financial system. A Currency Financial Transactions Tax as alternative” (original in Spanish), Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy, 2: 9-39. 2000. (with J.M. Agüera).

 

Other Articles

· “Globalization and the state: myths and lessons from financial globalization” (original in Spanish). Comercio Exterior, 54(10): 856-73. 2004.

· “A new analitycal framework for public goods. The Global Public Goods Theory” (original in Spanish). Estudios de Economía Aplicada, 22(2):187-212. 2004.

· “Exchange rate stability as a global public good. Some considerations on efficiency” (original in Spanish). Información Comercial Española, Revista de Economía, 816:45-60. 2004.

 

 

 

Books, Edited Volumes, Chapters in Books and Book Reviews

 

· Guest Editor, with Jan Toporowski (Soas, Uk) and Laura Horn (Roskilde, Dk). Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy; Special Section on “financialization and EU crises”. Issue 46, August, 2017

· Book Review: L. Pradella and Th. Marois (eds)(2014), Polarizing Development: Alternatives to Neoliberalism and the Crisis. in Political Studies Review, 14(3). 2016.

· Book Review: S. Harman and D. Williams (eds) (2013) Governing the World? Cases in Global Governance. Abingdon: Routledge, in Political Studies Review, 13(4). 2015.

· Economía Política de la Estabilidad Cambiaria. Una Perspectiva desde la Teoría de los Bienes Públicos Globales. Madrid: Consejo Económico y Social de España. 2002. (The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Stability. A Global Public Goods Perspective).

· “(In)estabilidad cambiaria”, en D. Guerrero (ed.) Lecturas de Economía Política, Madrid: Síntesis. 2002 (Exchange rate (in)stability).

 

 

Experts Committee’s Reports

 

· “Innovative financing for development”, in Alonso, J.A; Carrasco, J.; Garcia-Arias, J.; Garcimartín, C.; López Sabater, V.; Marín, A.; Mataix, C.; Muriel, V.; Olivié, I. and Pérez, A. (2015) Mobilizing the resources and the means of support to enforce the post-2015 development agenda. (original in Spanish). Report of the Academic Experts Committee to inform the Spanish position in the United Nations III International Conference in Financing for Development, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, July 2015. Secretaría General de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (SGCID), Spanish Foreign Office.

 

Working Papers

 

· “Philanthrocapitalism and Hegemony in (Financing for) Development. The Philanthropic Discourse as a Neoliberal (Development Agenda) Artefact”. Departamento de Economía, ULE, WP nº 01/18. 2018.

· “European Periphery Crises, International Financial Markets, and Democracy: Moving Towards a Globalized Neofeudalism?”. Research on Money and Finance, DP nº 34, SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London. 2011. (with E. Fernandez-Huerga y A. Salvador).

· “International financing for development and the need for a World Tax and Financial Organization”. IIPPE Working Paper n. 11. SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London. 2011.

·  “Modos de pensamiento en Economía: Pensamiento Único vs. Pensamiento en Dow”. Departamento de Economía, ULE, WP nº 01/03. 2003. (Schools of Thought in Economics: Mainstream vs. Dow).

 

Academic-Administrative services

 

Editorial Boards

 

· Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy. Member of the Editorial Board. 2017-

· Revista de Economía Crítica. Member of the Editorial Board. 2017-

· Revista de Economía del Caribe. Member of the Scientific Committee. 2012-

 

 

Ma & PhD Administrative Services

 

· Universidad de Leon´ Deputy Convener of the Inter-University MA in International Cooperation and Development (Universities of Burgos, Leon, Salamanca and Valladolid). 2010-

 

Referee For

 

· Irish Research Council, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND Collaborative Research Fellowships for a Responsive and Innovative Europe (CAROLINE), to conduct research relevant to the themes of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. CALL I (2017), CALL II (2018), CALL III (2019).

 

· Cuadernos de Economía -Colombia-, Cuadernos de Economía -Spain-, Economic Modelling, International Journal of Political Economy, Investigación Económica, Panoeconomicus, Revista de Economía Mundial/Journal of World Economy, Relaciones Internacionales, Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Technological and Economic Development of Economy.

 

Experts Committees

 

· Member of the Committee of Experts to inform the Spanish position on the United Nations III International Conference on Financing for Development, to be hold in Ethiopia, July 2015. Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y Cooperación, Secretaria de Estado de Cooperación Internacional y para Iberoamérica. Spain.

 

 

 

Since 2003    

Associate Professor (Profesor Titular) (with tenure), Department of Economics, University of Leon (ULE).

Since 2019

Research Associate, Department of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, United Kingdom.

Since 2011   

   

Cátedra de Finanzas Solidarias y Desarrollo Humano –Solidarity Finance and Human Development Chair- (financed by AECID –Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo), University of Valladolid. Member