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Dr. Gonzalo Escribano Francés



Formación Académica

• Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 1992.

• Doctor en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 1998.

Docencia

•  De 1997 a 2001: Profesor Ayudante, Departamento de Economía Aplicada, UNED.

•  De Octubre de 2001 a Febrero de 2002: Profesor Visitante, Departamento de Teoría Económica, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

•  De 2002 hasta la actualidad: Profesor Titular, Departamento de Economía Aplicada, UNED.


Experiencia Investigadora

•  De 2011 hasta la actualidad: Director del programa de “Energía y Cambio Climático”, Real Instituto Elcano de Relaciones Internacionales (www.realinstitutoelcano.org)

•  De 2005 hasta la actualidad: Investigador Senior en el grupo de investigación Economía Política Internacional, UNED. (www.uned.es)

•  De 2001 a 2005: Investigador Senior en el grupo de investigación de Estudios Europeos y Mediterráneos, UAM (www.uam.es)

•  Marzo a Septiembre de 2001:  Visiting Fellow, Department of Economics, College of Social Sciences, Florida State University (www.fsu.edu)

•  De 1998 a 1999: Investigador, Centro Español de Relaciones Internacionales, Fundación José Ortega y Gasset (www.fog.es)

Publicaciones

Más de 300 publicaciones en el perfil de Google académico
(https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=jRVZQ00AAAAJ&hl=en). 

Destacan los siguientes artículos y capítulos de libro:

Revistas internacionales indexadas destacadas

1. Escribano, G., J. Paredes-Gazquez & E. San-Martín (2020): "The European Union and the good governance of energy resources: Practicing what it preaches?", Energy Policy 147: 111884. Factor de Impacto: WOS IF (2019): 5.042, 13/371 Economics, 28/112 Energy & Fuels, 40/265 Environmental Sciences, 14/123 Environmental Studies
2. Thonig, R. P. del Río, C. Kiefer, L. Lázaro-Touza, G. Escribano, Y. Lechón, L. Späth, I. Wolf & Johan Lilliestam (2020): "Does ideology influence the ambition level of climate and renewable energy policy? Insights from four European countries", Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, published online 16 October, 2020. Factor de Impacto: WOS IF: 1.758, 659/1659 Environmental Science (Scimago).
3. Escribano, G. (2019): “The geopolitics of renewable and electricity cooperation between Morocco and Spain”, Mediterranean Politics 24 (5): 674-681. Factor de Impacto: WOS IF 1.17, 8/69 Area Studies, 33/86 International Relations, 76/165 Political Science
4. Escribano, G. (2017): “Pathways towards a Global Standard for Transparency in the Governance of Energy Resources”, Global Governance, 22 (2): 265-283. WOS IF 1.031, 31/86 in International Relations
5. Escribano, G., P. Quevauviller, E. San Martín, & E. Vargas (2017): “Climate change policy and water resources in the EU and Spain. A closer look into the Water Framework Directive”, Environmental Science & Policy, 69: 1–12. WOS IF 2.972, 60/224 in Environmental Sciences
6. Escribano, G. & J. Valdés (2017): “Oil Prices: Governance Failures and Geopolitical Consequences”, Geopolitics 22 (3), 693-718. WOS IF 1.112
7. Valdés, J., G. Escribano, & E. San Martín (2016): “Energy security and renewable energy deployment in the EU: Liaisons Dangereuses or Virtuous Circle?” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62: 1032–1046. WOS IF 6.798, 6/88 in Energy & Fuels
8. Sánchez, M. E., G. Escribano & R. de Arce (2015): “Will energy save FDI inflows to Turkey from the cool down of EU accession prospects?”, Turkish Studies 16 (4): 608-638. WOS IF 0.737, 18/69 Area Studies
9. Escribano, G. (2015): “Fragmented Energy Governance and the Provision of Global Public Goods”, Global Policy 6 (2): 97-106. WOS IF 0.837, 79/163 Political Science
10. Sánchez, M. E., de Arce, R. & Escribano, G. (2014): “Do changes in the rules of the game affect FDI flows in Latin America? A look at the macroeconomic, institutional and regional integration determinants of FDI in the region”, European Journal of Political Economy, 34: 279–299. WOS IF 1.162, 75/333 Economics, 36/161 Political Science
11. Escribano, G., Marín Quemada, J. M. & E. San Martín González (2013): “RES and risk: Renewable energy's contribution to energy security. A portfolio-based approach”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 26: 549-559. WOS IF 5.510, 6/82 Energy & Fuels
12. Escribano, G. (2013) “Ecuador's Energy Policy Mix: Development versus Conservation and Nationalism with Chinese Loans”, Energy Policy 57: 152–159. WOS IF 2.696, 9/98 Energy
13. Arce, R., R. Mahía, E. Medina & G. Escribano (2012): “A simulation of the economic impact of renewable energy development in Morocco”, Energy Policy 46: 335–345. WOS IF 2.743, 9/93 Energy
14. Escribano, G. (2010): “The Impact on Euro-Mediterranean Relations of Southern Europe’s Economic Crisis”, Mediterranean Politics 15 (3): 453-461. WOS IF 0,559, 83/141 Area Studies
15. Escribano, G. (2010): “Convergence towards Differentiation: The Case of Mediterranean Energy Corridors”, Mediterranean Politics 15 (2): 211-230. WOS IF 0,559, 83/141 Area Studies
16. Escribano, G. (2011): “Markets or Geo-politics? The Europeanization of Euro-Mediterranean Energy Corridors”, International Journal of Energy Sector Management 5 (1): 39-59. SJR 0,343, 27/119 Energy, 152/328 Strategy and management
17. Escribano, G. (1999): "Sub-regional integration in the MENA Region and the Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Area", Mediterranean Politics 4 (2): 133-148. WOS IF 0,760 (2014); SJR 0,306, 117/471 Geography, Planning and Development
18. Escribano, G. (2009): "Economic Reform Prospects for the Maghreb", The Mediterranean Review 2 (1): 1-22. Indexed in WOS, no IF.

Otras revistas indexadas y con revisión por pares seleccionadas

19. Escribano, G. (2019): “La energía como vector de cooperación y desarrollo sostenible en el Mediterráneo”, Revista de Occidente 461: 23-33.
20. Escribano, G. (2014): “Fragmentación y cooperación en la gobernanza energética global”, Estudios de Economía Aplicada 32 (3): 1021-1042
21. Escribano, G. (2013): “Marruecos, la UE y España: algunas asignaturas económicas pendientes”, Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, 14.
22. Escribano, G. & F. Steinberg (2012): “La europeización de la política de seguridad energética y sus implicaciones para España”, Economía Industrial 384: 23-32.
23. Marín, J. M. and G. Escribano (2010): “El Plan Solar Mediterráneo y la integración energética Euro-mediterránea”, Revista de Economía Industrial 377: 118-126.
24. Escribano, G. & L. Rodríguez (2010): “After Partnerships, Neighbourhoods and Advanced Status…Who Fears the Union for the Mediterranean?”, Papeles de Europa nº 21.
25. Escribano, G. (2005): “An International Political Economy View of EU-GCC Partnership”, Journal of Development and Economic Policies 8 (1): 27-52.
26. Escribano, G. and A. Lorca (2005): “The Ups and Downs of Europeanisation in External Relations: Insights from the Spanish Experience”, Perceptions, Journal of International Affairs 9 (4): 131-158.
27. Arce, R.; Mahía, R.; Escribano, G. and A. Lorca. (2005): “Supresión de apoyos domésticos y eliminación de aranceles en el área mediterránea: implicaciones en materia de precios”, Papeles de Economía 103: 285-302.
28. Gonzalo Escribano y Justo, Rachida (2005): “Perspectivas de la Integración Económica en el Maghreb”, AWRAQ, Vol XXII
29. Escribano, Gonzalo (2000): “Euro-Mediterranean Versus Arab Integration: Are They Compatible?”, Journal of Development and Economic Policies 3 (1): 43-80.
30. Escribano, Gonzalo (2000): “Integración y relaciones exteriores: algunas enseñanzas de la experiencia española”, Comercio Exterior 50 (8): 734-744.
31. Escribano, Gonzalo (2000): "Euro-Mediterranean and Arab Integration: Political Implications and Trade Policy Response", Rivista Italiana di Economia Demografia e Statistica, vol. LIV, n. 4, ottobre-dicembre.

Capítulos de libro en editoriales internacionales de reconocido prestigio

32. Escribano, G. (2020): “Beyond energy independence: the geopolitics of renewable energy sources”, in A. Rubino, A. Sapio & M. La Scala (eds.) Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy, Academic Press, Elsevier.
33. Escribano, G. (2017): “Algeria: Global challenges, regional threats and missed opportunities”, en K. Westphal & D. Jalilvand (eds.), Political and Economic Challenges of Energy in MENA, Routledge.
34. Escribano, G. (2017): “The political economy of energy in the Mediterranean”, Routledge Handbook of Mediterranean Politics, Routledge.
35. Escribano, G. (2017): “RES in the Hood and the shrinking Mediterranean Solar Plan”, en I. Solorio y H. Jorgens (ed.) A Guide to the EU Renewable Energy Policy, Edward Elgar.
36. Carafa, L. & G. Escribano (2017): “Renewable Energy in the Mena Countries: Why did the Desertect Approach Failed?”, in Robert E. Looney (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Transitions to Energy and Climate Security. Routledge.
37. Escribano, G. (2015): “The Political Economy of North African Political Transitions”, in Zoubir and White, eds., North Africa Politics. Change and Continuity, Routledge: Oxon/New York, pp. 3-17.
38. Escribano, G. (2015): “Towards a Mediterranean Energy Community: No roadmap without a narrative”, in Rubino, Otzurk, Lenzi and Costa (eds.) Regulation and Investments in Energy Markets. Solutions for the Mediterranean, Academic Press, Elsevier.
39. Escribano, G. & A. Lorca (2012): “Modern commercial and social entrepreneurship as a factor of change”, in Cesare Merlini and Olivier Roy (eds.), Arab Society in Revolt: The West’s Mediterranean Challenge. Brookings Institution Press: Washington, pp. 96-122.
40. Escribano, G. (2012): “Convergence towards Differentiation: The Case of Mediterranean Energy Corridors”, in E. Barbé and A. Herranz, The Challenge of Differentiation in Euro-Mediterranean Relations. Flexible Regional Cooperation or Fragmentation? Routledge: Oxon/New York, pp. 81-99.
41. Escribano, G. & E. San Martín (2012): “Morocco, the European Energy Policy and the Mediterranean Solar Plan”, in Morata, F. and I. Solorio (eds.): European Energy Policy: An Environmental Approach, Edward Elgar, Cheltemham, UK and Northampton, Massachussets, USA, pp. 193-210.
42. Escribano, G. & J. García-Verdugo (2011): “Energy Security, Energy Corridors and the Geopolitical Context: A Conceptual Approach”, in Marín-Quemada, J.M., J. García-Verdugo and G. Escribano (2011): Energy Security for the EU in the 21st Century: Markets, Geopolitics and Corridors, London: Routledge, pp. 26-36
43. Escribano, G., Mahía, R. & de Arce, R. (2011): “The Europeanization of EU Member States’ Energy Security Policies: Convergence Patterns”, in Marín-Quemada, J.M., J. García-Verdugo and G. Escribano (2011), Routledge, pp. 210-231.
44. Escribano, G., (2011): “A New Strategy: The Europeanization of Energy Corridors to the EU”, in Marín-Quemada, J.M., J. García-Verdugo and G. Escribano (2011), Routledge, pp. 276-296.
45. Marín-Quemada, J.M. & Escribano, G. (2011): “Renewable Energy Corridors and European Energy Security”, in Marín-Quemada, J.M., J. García-Verdugo and G. Escribano (2011), Routledge, pp. 297-311.
46. Escribano, G. & Lorca, A. (2008): “Economic Reform in the Maghreb: from Stabilization to Modernization”, in Zoubir, Y. and H. Amirah-Fernández (eds.): North Africa: Politics, Region, and the Limits of Transformation. Routledge, London, pp. 135-158.
47. Escribano, G. (2008): “Energy security and prospects for EU-Israel Co-operation”, en Nathanson, R. y S. Stetter (eds.): Climate Changes in Security and energy and the New Challenges for EU-Israel Relations. Fiedrich Ebert Stiftung, Tel-Aviv, pp. 29-46.
48. Escribano, G. (2006): “Promoting EU-Israel Trade Integration: The Bilateral and Regional Dimensions”, en R. Nathanson y S. Stetter (eds.), The Monitor of the EU-Israel Action Plan, Tel-Aviv/Viena, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
49. Escribano, G. (2002): "Euro-Mediterranean versus Arab Integration: Are They Compatible?", in B. Laabas, Arab Development Challenges of the New Millennium, Aldershot-Ashgate.
50. Escribano, Gonzalo y Alejandro Lorca (2001): “The Euro-Med FTA and Modernisation in the Maghreb”, en Attinà, Fulvio y Stellios Stavridis (eds.), The Barcelona Process and the Euro-Mediterranean Issues from Stuttgart to Marseille, Publicazzioni della Facoltà di Scienze Politiche n. 11, Università de Catania. Milano, Giuffrè Editore.


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