Maria Lourdes Moreno Martín

Faculty of Economics and Business

Departament of Economic Analysis

Associate Professor (Profesor Titular de Universidad)


TF: +34 91 394 2408


Room N-315. First building



Intermediate and Advanced Microeconomics (Degree in Economics)

Intermediate Macroeconomics (Degrees in Economics and Management and Business Administration)

Industrial Economics and Advanced Microeconomics (MSc in Economics)


Research interests:

Industrial and International Economics: export, FDI and innovation activities, firms´ productivity and margins. The evaluation of the impact assessment of public funding to business R&D.


Selected Publications

  • “El impacto de las prácticas en empresas en la inserción laboral: un análisis aplicado a los grados de Economía y Administración y Dirección de empresas”, forthcominh in Educación XX1, 2019 (with G. Di Meglio, A. Barge-Gil & E. Camiña). 
  • “Empirical models on firms´ R&D”  in L.C. Corchón and M.A. Marini (eds.): Handbook of Game Theory and Industrial Organization 2, Ed. Edward Elgard, 2018. 475-516. (with A. Bargue-Gil, E. Huergo & A. López).
  • “Subsidies or loans? Evaluating the impact of R&D support programmes.” Research Policy 46(7), 2017, pp. 1198–1214. (with E. Huergo). 

  • “SMEs performance and public support for international RJVs”, Journal of Small Business Management 54(4), 2016, pp. 1206–1228. (with A. Barajas & E. Huergo). 

  •  “Measuring the economic impact of research joint ventures supported by the EU Framework Programme”, The Journal of Technology Transfer, 37(6), pp. 917-942, 2012. (with A. Barajas & E. Huergo).

  • “Mark-ups, offshoring and bargaining power: an empirical assessment”, The World Economy, 34 (9), pp. 1593-1627, 2011, (with D. Rodríguez).

  • “Does history matter for the relationship between R&D, innovation and productivity?”, Industrial and Corporate Change, 20 (5), pp. 1335-1368, 2011, (with E. Huergo).
  • "Export activity, persistence and mark-ups", Applied Economics, 42 (4), pp. 475-488, 2010, (with D. Rodríguez). 


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