Fabio Monsalve

Fabio Monsalve
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Department of Economic Analysis and Finances

PhD

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September 2006 - present
University of Castilla-La Mancha
Position
  • Professor
Education
January 1998 - December 2012
University of Castilla-La Mancha
Field of study
  • Economic Thought
September 1995 - July 2001
September 1990 - December 1994
University of Castilla-La Mancha
Field of study
  • Economics

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Publications (35)
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The global contribution of all kinds of organizations to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is noteworthy. Calculating, reporting, reducing, and compensating for carbon footprints are the appropriate steps to take to guide companies toward a path that is compatible with their country's objectives for the fulfillment of the Paris Agreement. In Latin Ame...
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This code allows allocating the total Emissions of CO2 following the Producer Based Approach (PBA) and Consumer Based Approach (CBA) Criteria as explained in Monsalve, F., Zafrilla, J. E., & Cadarso, M.-Á. (2016). "Where have all the funds gone?..." https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.06.006 I hope you find this code useful in your Multiregio...
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Achieving the Paris Agreement goals calls for higher ambition across actors. In this article, we address the carbon emission responsibility of the city of Bogota from a consumption-based perspective, by assessing the carbon footprint for the whole city. We use an environmentally extended multiregional input-output model where a survey-based input-o...
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By using an environmentally extended multi-regional input-output model, this paper analyses the Spanish households’ carbon footprint for the 2008–2017 period considering the municipality size as well as the urban or rural residential zone where families live. Results show that, on a per capita basis, inhabitants of medium-large municipalities emit...
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To meet the Paris Agreement, Mexico is committed to reduce unconditionally 25% of its greenhouse gases emissions for the year 2030. Since the strategy to achieve the mitigation goals needs an increase in renewable energy sources, Mexico’s national climate change policy package has already been launched, including the deployment of 13.5 GW of wind,...
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In this chapter, the authors describe the current situation of the global dairy livestock industry under the influence and challenge of the commitments of the so-called Paris Agreement. Firstly, the key points of the Agreement affecting the livestock and dairy systems are discussed within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. Next, a...
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A fair path to achieve a sustainable world would imply reducing the eventual negative effects linked to the production process while increasing economic output, which is referred to in the literature as impact decoupling. This article aims to assess whether global consumption chains are currently on the decoupling path or not, from a social point o...
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Abstract In parallel with the increasing availability of multiregional input–output (MRIO) tables, there has been a growing concern on IO modelling at lower levels of spatial disaggregation, to reflect the particular features of cities better. The urbanization process is one of the salient characteristics of the current stage of globalization, so i...
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Global value chains (GVC) describe the functioning of international trade today. A widely used way to measure GVC is the input-output analysis. However, many developing countries are not covered in the main multi-regional input-output (MRIO) databases, hindering the measurement of GVC in regions like South America. The purpose of this paper is to a...
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Sustainable development, in its wider sense, i.e., economic, social and environmental, has emerged as one of the key challenges for humankind in the 21st century. Solar photovoltaic (PV) emerges as a key technology to meet not only the climate targets but also those related to social progress and economic growth. This paper's main objective is to c...
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Over the years, European leaders have proudly waved a social flag as one of the European Union’s (EU) constituent and differentiating elements. This commitment is assessed here through the social footprint of the European 2007–2013 multiannual financial framework among the EU countries and, worldwide, using an extended multiregional input–output mo...
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International trade leads to emissions burden shifting and threatens mitigation targets. Multiregional input–output (MRIO) and bilateral trade input–output (BTIO) models are widely used to analyse emissions embodied in trade and global value chains. Especially, the last one is used in analysing border tax adjustment (BTA) on the carbon content of i...
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The new European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) was purposely established to “contribute to the promotion of sustainable rural development throughout the EU community”. This paper addresses the sustainability of the EAFRD from a triple bottom line perspective in a multiregional input-output model. This framework allows us to study...
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The increasing concern about the environmental performance and sustainability of firms and organizations also involves educational institutions. If universities aim to become leaders in sustainability aspects, they must adopt strategies that involve the entire university system. As a useful tool for this purpose, the objective of this study was to...
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Inequality has recently become a major concern in economics. Leaving aside its social and economic effects is also possible to trace its environmental consequences, which this article attempts to assess. The indicator to be measured is the household's carbon footprint (CF) for different social groups. The deep economic crisis in the Spanish economy...
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Spain faces the challenge of 80-95% greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2050 (European Energy Roadmap). As a possible first step to fulfil this objective, this paper presents a two-level analysis. First, we estimate the carbon footprint of a hypothetical nuclear facility in Spain. Using a hybrid multi-regional input-output model, to avoid truncat...
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The scholastic intellectual tradition was the dominant scientific paradigm for nearly five centuries in western Europe. That the economic issues of interest to these scholars were similar throughout the period is undisputable, but were the individual views on these issues also similar? This is a pertinent question, upon which an evaluation of the e...
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From an analytical point of view, some aspects of Just Price theory, probably the most famous and lasting scholastic concept, remain controversial: the cost-of-production versus the subjective-utility theory of value is a main controversy as well as the question of whether the natural just price is conceptually the same as the current market price....
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La implementación del nuevo Fondo Europeo Agrícola de Desarrollo Rural (FEADER) refleja la decidida apuesta de la Unión Europea por convertir la Política de Desarrollo Rural en el segundo pilar de la Política Agrícola Común (PAC). La eficacia del FEADER para conseguir los objetivos propuestos será clave a la hora de determinar el éxito de esta nuev...
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This paper will ascertain the theory of the just price, according to Juan de Lugo (1583-1660), the last great representative of the Scholastics. First we will draw up Lugo's "vision" of the just price, stressing the anthropological, moral, and legal foundations and emphasizing the theory's coherence; the relevant issue is that such a price theory w...
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The scholastic analysis of just price is probably the most famous and lasting scholastic economic concept and a good example of the amalgam of economic and ethical arguments which were scholastics` economic theories. From an analytical point of view some aspects of the just price theory remain controversial; mainly: the cost-of-production versus th...
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RESUMEN: El turismo rural se ha configurado como una alternativa atractiva para la diversificación económica de las zonas rurales, como bien han demostrado las experiencias piloto apoyadas por los programas de desarrollo rural de la Unión Europea. Ahora bien, tras cerca de dos décadas de inversiones en turismo rural y de un crecimiento espectacular...
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The purpose of our research deals with the development of instruments to be used for the evaluation of rural development programs, in accordance with the characteristics required by the Commission for the evaluation of the LEADER + Development Program as outlined in “El futuro del mundo rural” (1992). These characteristics include physical and fina...
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In the analysis of 'justice' in market exchanges, the scholastic doctors made some contributions to the theories of prices and money. But probably the most important (and neglected) contribution lies in the domain of anthropology, i.e. in the explanation of human nature and human behaviour. In this paper the authors are going to work out two schola...
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Following Odd Langholm certain ideas of Lugo presents this scholar as an author in transition between scholastic and natural law philosophers paradigms. The key point is the depersonalization or the objectivization of the economy characterized by the disappearance of the interpersonal economic relations and the necessity as a condition of the will...

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Evaluar los impactos a escala internacional de la actividad económica de países, ciudades, empresas y consumidores en términos de la tríada de la sostenibilidad (dimensiones económica, social y ambiental) en un mundo caracterizado por las cadenas globales de valor.
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Goal: Por segundo año consecutvo, GEAR ha desarrollado para la Unión Española Fotovoltaica (UNEF) su informa macroeconómico. En este segundo años, el informe desarrolla la evaluación y estimación del impacto del Sector Fotovoltaico en los ejercicios 2017 y 2018 desde la triple dimensión de la sostenibilidad: social, económica y ambiental. El análisis se centrará en los efectos sobre la economía española, si bien la amplitud y granularidad del modelo propuesto permitirá también analizar los efectos a escala global.
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El presente proyecto, desarrollado para la Unión Española Fotovoltaica (UNEF), se presenta con la intención de hacer un análisis de impacto del Sector Fotovoltaico en los ejercicios 2016 y 2017 en la triple dimensión social, económica y ambiental. El análisis se centrará en los efectos sobre la economía española, si bien la amplitud y granularidad del modelo propuesto permitirá también analizar los efectos a escala global.