The study demonstrates the need to improve policies that encourage the green economy in order to avoid environmental risks, monopolies or a lack of investment
Stanford University has updated its list of leading researchers with data from the year 2022. The URV ranks third in Spain and Catalonia in terms of the percentage of researchers among the permanent teaching and research staff
Faculty members of ECO-SOS (URV) acknowledge the contributions of women to economics, from the early days of the discipline to the present. These contributions include the work of women who excelled in a male-dominated academy, those who hold managerial positions, and those who have disseminated knowledge from social movements
Charalampos Papadakis, international student at the Faculty of Business and Economics, awarded a grant by Martí i Franquès COFUND Doctoral Programme
A critic of orthodox neoclassical economic thinking, her use of the gender perspective in economic analysis led to changes in the National Accounts System and in development policies
At times of high political, institutional or military uncertainty, prices become highly volatile (often rising) and the stock markets go into turmoil, as has happened with the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Public administration actions that provide technological services to urban areas specialising in knowledge-intensive sectors help to attract new companies, improve the efficiency of existing ones and enhance the prestige of these areas
URV-led research analyses the relationship between high-growth companies, internationalization and the impact of digital technologies in the 27 member states of the EU and the United Kingdom.
María José Hernández is doing her research on elicitation of preference and shared decision making in screening programs, as part of the PhD programme at Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Improving the communication skills of healthcare professionals and increasing the time they can devote to patients is a prerequisite for introducing shared decision-making in screening programmes. A proactive attitude from both sides would also facilitate its implementation