Joaquim Oliveira Martins

Special Advisor of the EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms and Counsellor at the Center for Prospective Studies and International Information (CEPII, Paris)

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Joaquim Oliveira Martins is Special Advisor of the EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms and Counsellor at the Center for Prospective Studies and International Information (CEPII, Paris). He is also Lecturer at the University of Paris-Dauphine PSL. He was previosuly Deputy-Director of the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities focusing on Entrepreneurship & SMEs policies; Regional, Rural and Urban policies. He was also Head of the OECD Regional Development Policy Division and supervised projects on regional and urban economics, governance, regional statistics and well-being. He was Head of the OECD Structural Economic Statistics Division, where he focused on Trade & Globalisation studies, Productivity measurement and Business statistics. He authored many academic articles and coordinated OECD projects, namely on Policy Response to the Threat of Global Warming, Competition, Regulation and Performance, Ageing & Growth, Investment in Tertiary Education, and Public Health Expenditure Projections. He was also in charge of the first OECD Economic Surveys of Brazil, Chile and several transition countries. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Paris-I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and is Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS).

Selected papers & publications
-“Regional policy narratives and the Geographies of Discontent”, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2021.
-“Globalization, Freedoms and Economic convergence: an empirical exploration of a trivariate relationship using a large panel”, International Economics and Economic Policy, 2021 (with J. Braga de Macedo and J. Tovar Jalles).
-“Regional inequalities and contributions to aggregate growth in the 2000s: an EU vs. US comparison based on functional regions”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 2021 (with E. Garcilazo and A. Moreno).
-“Reform design matters: The role of structural policy complementarities”, in Elodie Douarin and Oleh Havrylyshyn (eds.) Handbook of Comparative Economics, Elgar Publishing 2021 (with B. Rocha).
-“New Trends in Regional Policy: Place-based Component and Structural Policies”, in M. M. Fischer, P. Nijkamp (eds.), Handbook of Regional Science, Palgrave, 2021 (with E. Garcilazo).
-“Impact of macro-structural reforms on the productivity growth of regions: distance to the frontier matters”, Papers in Regional Science, 2018 (with S. D’Costa and E. Garcilazo).
-“The role of policy and institutions on health spending”, Health Economics 2016, (with C. de la Maisonneuve, F. Murtin and R. Moreno-Serra).
-“The Contribution of Regions to Aggregate Growth in the OECD”, Economic Geography 91(2), 2015, pp 205–221 (with E. Garcilazo)
-“Health, Pension Benefits and Longevity: How they affect Household Savings?”, The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 3, 2014, pp 21–28 (with N. El-Mekkaoui).
-“Public spending on health and long-term care: a new set of projections”, OECD Economic Policy Papers no. 6, 2013 (with C. de la Maisonneuve).
-“Are complementary reforms a "luxury" for developing countries?”, Journal of Comparative Economics, 42, 2014, pp 417–435 (with J. Braga de Macedo and B. Rocha).
-“OECD Productivity Growth in the 2000s: A Descriptive Analysis of the Impact of Sectoral Effects and Innovation”, OECD Journal: Economic Studies, 2011 (with J. Dupont and D. Guellec).
-“Carbon Leakages: A General Equilibrium View”, Economic Theory, 2011 (with J.-M. Burniaux).
- Ageing, Health and Productivity, Oxford University Press, 2010 (with P. Garibaldi and J. van Ours, eds.)
-“The Great Synchronisation: tracking the trade collapse with high-frequency data”, in R. Baldwin (ed.) The Great Trade Collapse: Causes, Consequences and Prospects, CEPR, 2009 (with S. Araújo).
-“Investment in Tertiary Education: Main Determinants and Implications for Policy”, CESifo Economic Studies, Vol. 54, 2/2008, 277–312 (with R. Boarini, H. Strauss,C. Maisonneuve and G. Nicoletti).
-"Growth, Reform indicators and Policy complementarities", Economics of Transition Vol. 16(2), 2008, 141–164 (with J. Braga de Macedo).
-"Varieties, Jobs and EU Enlargement" in The Economics of Enlargement, S. Manzocchi (ed.), Series: Central Issues in Contemporary Economic Policy and Theory, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003 (with T. Boeri).
- "Creative Destruction or Destructive Perpetuation: The role of large state-owned enterprises and SME’s in Romania during transition", Post-Communist Economies, 2003 (with R. Ahrend).
-"Estimation of the Cyclical Behaviour of Mark-ups", OECD Economics Studies, no. 34, 2002/I. (with S. Scarpetta)
-"Efficiency and Distribution in Computable Models of Carbon Emission Abatement", in G. Heal and G. Chichilnisky (eds.) Environmental Markets: Equity and Efficiency, Columbia University Press, 2000; (with P. Sturm).


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