Jesús Fernández-Huertas Moraga

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, and IAE (CSIC), Spain, and IZA, Germany

I think economists should take care of presenting their own results to policymakers and the general public and I am thankful to IZA World of Labor for giving me the opportunity to do so

IZA World of Labor role

Author

Current position

Associate Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Research interest

Economics of immigration, labor economics, development economics, international economics

Past positions

Assistant Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; Researcher, FEDEA, Spain; Researcher, Institute for Economic Analysis (CSIC), Spain

Qualifications

PhD Economics, Columbia University, 2007

Selected publications

  • “The size of the cliff at the border.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 51 (2015): 1–6 (with S. Bertoli).

  • “Tradable immigration quotas.” Journal of Public Economics 115 (2014): 94–108 (with H. Rapoport).

  • “Understanding different migrant selection patterns in rural and urban Mexico.” Journal of Development Economics 103 (2013): 182201.

  • “Multilateral resistance to migration.” Journal of Development Economics 102 (2013): 79–100 (with S. Bertoli).

  • “New evidence on emigrant selection.” The Review of Economics and Statistics 93:1 (2011): 72–96.