University of Leeds
Jaime Nieto Vega has a Degree in Economics from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Masters in Regional and Local Development from the University of Valladolid and a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Valladolid.
His first professional experiences were developed in the third sector, particularly in Economistas sin Fronteras, in Madrid. After a hiatus, he returned years later to the third sector with Fundación Tomillo. In both jobs, he provided free support to migrants and people in a situation of self-employment confinement.
Since 2016 he has been working as a researcher at the University of Valladolid; and in 2018, he combined this work with a long and fruitful stay at the University of Leeds. He currently works part-time at both centers, contributing his efforts on researching the interactions between the economy and the environment, specifically in relation to energy resources.
- Socio-macroeconomic impacts of implementing different post-Brexit UK energy reduction targets to 2030
- Socio-macroeconomic impacts of meeting new build and retrofit UK building energy targets to 2030: a MARCO-UK modelling study
- Report on the socio-macroeconomic impacts of the UK Labour Party’s renewable and low carbon energy targets in the ’30 by 2030′ UK Energy Plan
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