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Francisco Carballo Cruz
Ph.D in Economics (University of Oxford)
Department of Economics
  Assistant Professor
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PhD from the University of Oxford with a thesis in the field of Transport Economics. Holds a BA in Economics and a BA in Business Administration, both from the University of Santiago de Compostela, and a MSc in Industrial Economics from the University of Minho. He was Deputy Director of the Economics Department and Director of the Master in International Business. He is currently a member of the School Council and Co-coordinator of the PAINT at UMinhoExec. He has coordinated and participated in numerous consulting projects. Francisco has also coordinated several research projects and technology transfer consortia. He is a member of the Board of TECMINHO and of the Council of Directors of EURES-T. He integrates the EOC of ERSA, where he acts as Internal Auditor. He is President of APDR and Council member and Treasurer of RSAI. Francisco collaborates with GEN and the Galician Economic Forum and contributes to the Galician Economic Yearbook.
Transport economics - Networks and PPP; Regional economics - Global impacts on regional economies and Tourism impacts; Strategic Planning; Internacionalisation
Selected publications
Lampón, J. F., Cabanelas, P., & Carballo-Cruz, F. (2017). A model for international production relocation: Multinationals' operational flexibility and requirements at production plant level. Journal of Business Research, 77, 95–101. DOI
Carballo-Cruz, F. (2011). Causes and consequences of the Spanish economic crisis: Why the recovery is taken so long? Panoeconomicus, 58(3), 309–328. DOI
Carballo-Cruz, F. (2009). Taxas ambientais aeroportuárias baseadas na valoração de externalidades: o caso do Aeroporto da Portela. Revista Portuguesa De Estudos Regionais, (19), 44–63. DOI
Cadima, J., & Cruz, F. C. (2003). A dimensão política do planeamento do desenvolvimento regional: algumas referências à situação actual em Portugal. Revista Internacional De Desenvolvimento Local, 4(6), 7–15. DOI
Global Economics
Public Finance
Project and Transferable Skills