Alexandra Lopez Cermeno

Researcher

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economic History
  • Economics
  • Social and Economic Geography
  • History

Research

My main research is focused on economic historical geography. I am particularly interested about the interrelations of economic growth, geographical differences and size of markets. I have worked with data on the twentieth century in the United States, late Middle-Ages and Early Modern Sweden and 19th century Spain.  I am particularly interest in the analysis of the effect of place-based policies on inequality in terms of time and space combining historical data and use of modern techniques such as Geographic Information Systems and spatial econometrics.

Recent research outputs

Alexandra L. Cermeño & Carlos Santiago Caballero, 2020, Working papers in Economic History, Departamento de Historica Economica e Instituciones, Instituto Figuerola de historia y ciencias socials, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 90 p. (Working Papers in Economic History; no. 2020-02).

Research output: Working paper

Kerstin Enflo & Alexandra L. Cermeño, 2019 Jan 3, voxeu.org.

Research output: Other contributionWeb publication/Blog post

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