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Salvador Pérez-Moreno

Associate Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Malaga.

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Salvador Pérez-Moreno is Associate Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Malaga. He is also Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy (University of Cambridge), and Affiliated Researcher at UNU-MERIT (United Nations University and Maastricht University). Researcher of the research group 'Public Economics and Equity' (SEJ-559) and member of EQUALITAS, among other international research networks.  He received a Master’s degree in Development Finance from the University of London (SOAS) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Malaga. His research interests cover economic policy and institutions, income distribution, poverty, inclusive growth and socioeconomic development (with special interest in child welfare and gender issues).

Selected publications
Bárcena-Martín, Elena, María C. Blanco-Arana & Salvador Pérez-Moreno, 2018, Social Transfers and Child Poverty in European Countries: Pro-poor Targeting or Pro-child Targeting?, Journal of Social Policy: 1-20.


Arestis, Philip, Elena Bárcena-Martín & Salvador Pérez-Moreno, 2018, Differences in Institutional Quality across Euro Area Countries: Which Factors Contribute Most to Inequality?, Panoeconomicus, 65(3): 363-379.


Angulo-Guerrero, María J., Salvador Pérez-Moreno & Isabel M. Abad-Guerrero, 2017, How economic freedom affects opportunity and necessity entrepreneurship in the OECD countries, Journal of Business Research, 17: 30-37.


Luque, Mariano, Salvador Pérez-Moreno, José A. Robles & Beatriz Rodríguez, 2017, Measuring Child and Maternal Health in Developing Countries: A Proposal of New Hybrid MDG Composite Indices, Applied Research in Quality of Life, 12(3): 737-758.


Angulo-Guerrero, María J., Salvador Pérez-Moreno & Isabel M. Abad-Guerrero, 2017, Disparities in entrepreneurial activity and attitude across EU countries, European Planning Studies, 25(4): 680-702.