University of Zaragoza and IEDIS, Spain
IZA World of Labor role
Full Professor, University of Zaragoza, Spain
Microeconomics, economics of the household, labor economics, transportation economics, regional science
Lecturer, University of Zaragoza, Spain (September 2015–June 2017); Assistant Lecturer, University of Zaragoza, Spain (September 2011–September 2015)
PhD in Economics, University of Zaragoza, 2010
“Two-way commuting: Asymmetries from time use surveys.” Journal of Transport Geography 95 (2021): 103146 (with J. A. Molina and J. Velilla).
“Green commuting and gasoline taxes in the United States.” Energy Policy 132 (2019): 324–331 (with J. A. Molina).
“Keeping inequality at home: The genesis of gender roles in housework.” Labour Economics 58:2 (2019): 52–68 (with L. Mangiavacchi and L. Piccoli).
“The effect of forced displacement on wages: The case of Colombia.” Journal of Development Studies 55:4 (2019): 473–489 (with J. A. Molina and E. Silva).
“Green mobility and well-being.” Ecological Economics 195 (2022): 107368 (with L. Echeverría and J. A. Molina).
Gender inequalities in daily time allocation may have detrimental effects on earnings and well-beingMany countries experience gender differences, of various magnitudes, in the time devoted to paid work (e.g. market work time) and unpaid work (e.g. housework and childcare). Since household responsibilities influence the participation of women, especially mothers, in the labor market, the unequal sharing of unpaid work, with women bearing the brunt of housework and childcare, is one of the main drivers of gender inequality in the labor market. Understanding the factors behind these gender inequalities is crucial for constructing policies aimed at promoting gender equality and combating gender-based discrimination.MoreLess