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Jordi Jaumandreu

Part-Time Lecturer


Professor Jaumandreu is a microeconomist, active in applied research using microeconometric techniques, particularly in the area of industrial organization. Current work includes the measurement of firms’ markups, the assessment of firm-level labor-augmenting productivity, and the measurement of firm-level demand heterogeneity, dynamic pricing and endogenous productivity determinants. His research has always kept organized around the topics of productivity, employment, innovation, including public policy towards innovation, and firm behavior.

Measuring the bias of technological change, with U. Doraszelski, Journal of Political Economy, 126, 1027-1084, 2018. AppendixCode.
Disentangling the effects of process and product innovation on cost and demand, with J. Mairesse, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 26, 150-157, 2017.
Does innovation stimulate employment? A firm-level analysis using comparable micro data on four European countries, with R.Harrison, J.Mairesse and B.Peters, International Journal of Industrial Organization , 35, 29-43, 2014. Suplement.
R&D and productivity: Estimating endogenous productivity, with U.Doraszelski, The Review of Economic Studies, 80, 1338-1383, 2013. Code.
Automobile demand, model cycle and age effects, with M.Moral, Spanish Economic Review, 9, 193-218, 2007 (best SER article prize 2006-2007).
Panel data estimates of the production function and the revenue function: What difference does it make?, with J. Mairesse, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 107, 651-672, 2005.
Barriers to innovation and subsidy effectiveness, with X. González and C. Pazó, Rand Journal of Economics, 36, 930-950, 2005.
Firms’ age, process innovation and productivity growth, with E.Huergo, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 22, 541-559, 2004.
Entry, exit and productivity growth in Spanish manufacturing during the eighties, with A.Martin, Spanish Economic Review, 6,3, 211-226, 2004.
How does probability of process innovation change with firm age?, with E.Huergo, Small Business Economics, 22, 193-207, 2004.
Modelling price competition across many markets. An application to the Spanish loans market, with J.Lorences, European Economic Review, 46, 93-115, 2002.
An empirical oligopoly model of a regulated market, with C.Pazó, International Journal of Industrial Organization 17, 25-57, 1999.
Input cost, capacity utilization and substitution in the short run, with M.Delgado and A. Martín-Marcos, Spanish Economic Review 3, 239-262, 1999.

Related Schools & Departments

  • Education

    Ph.D. in Economics, UNED, Madrid, Spain.

  • Address

    312 Lake Hall
    Northeastern University
    Boston, MA 02115