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Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso


University of Göttingen

Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso holds a PhD in International Economics from the University of Birmingham, England. Currently, she is a Professor and chair of the U4 Network on Social Sciences Economics and Law at the University of Göttingen (Germany). She is board member of the Centre for Global Migration Studies, research fellow at the Center for Statistics and the Center for European Governance and Economic Development Research from the same university and board member of the International Network for Economic Research (INFER). She is also part-time Professor of Economics at the University Jaume I (Spain) since 2012 and member of the Institute of International Economics (Spain) since 1995. She has advised the World Bank, the OECD, the German Ministry of Development and Cooperation, and the Spanish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure. Her fields of research include international economics, environmental economics and development economics. . Her current research interests are in the areas of deep and comprehensive trade agreements, migration and remittances, networks and trade and sustainable global value chains.

Working Papers

Trade Policy and Input Liberalization: The Effect on Egyptian Firms’ Productivity

This paper explores the link between trade liberalization and firms’ performance in Egypt combining macro ... read more

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Standards and Market Power: Evidence from Tunisia

We develop a theoretical model and derive conditions under which firms with market power try ... read more

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Is Tunisian Trade Policy Pro-Poor?

The main aim of this paper is to investigate the effects of Tunisian trade policy ... read more

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An Estimation of Tariff Pass-Through in Tunisia

In this paper we evaluate the extent to which changes in tariffs and in international ... read more

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The Geography of Trade and the Environment: The Case of CO2 Emissions

Abstract According to recent theoretical developments, there are three key channels through which trade affects the ... read more


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