Name: Jesús Gonzalo


Phone: +34 91 624-9853

Fax: +34 91 6249329

Office:  15.1.15

Publications || Working Papers

Personal  + Old stuff      || Teaching ||  My Department   

RePEC  and citations in Google Scholar

This web page can be found also in Chinesse 
(notice that there could be some mistakes...I am not very fluent in Chinesse yet).
Jesús Gonzalo  was born in El Burgo de Osma  (SORIA).  Do you want to hear las campanas de la catedral? Do you want to go?
B.A. from Universidad Complutense of Madrid and Ph.D. from University of California, San Diego (1991).
Sloan Ph.D. Fellowship (1990-91). Who's Who Among Students in American Universities (1991). Who's Who in the World (edition year 2000).
Ass. Professor in Boston University (1991-1996).
Full Professor, Economics Dept. UC3M (2003-...)
Associate Editor of  Journal of Applied Econometrics (2002-2006).
Research on: Econometrics, Time Series, Applied Macro and Finance, Climate Change and Big Data.
Recent Research Interests: Persistence-Long Memory, Asymmetries-Non Linearities, Extremes, Bubbles, factor Models and Quantiles.
University Carlos III de Madrid Research Award (1999-2018).

The Tallest econometrician (195 cm) playing goalkeeper and
maybe the guy who first ever ordered an "Ice-Capuchino" (Summer 1989, California) (w.c= who cares!!) (six years later Starbucks made popular).

On the TOP 250 most cited Worldwide Economists in the 90´s (pdf).

Distinguished Visitor U. California, Riverside.

In WHO'S WHO in ECONOMICS (4th Edition, 2003, edited by Mark Blaug).

Fellow of the Journal of Econometrics (2014-....),  the best journal in Econometrics (remember that Economics without Econometrics is a coffee talk)

Fellow of the International Association for Applied Econometrics    (2019 - .....)

And the NOBEL 2003 goes ...... to ..... Clive and Rob  (report and video
and an EXCLUSIVE PICTURE (guess who did not win the Nobel)

Believe it or not I have been CHAIRMAN of the ECON DEPT (2010-2012)

2018 RANKING ECONOMICS-ECONOMETRICS ......50th in the World...not bad ehhhhh

(please let me know it if you have any problems downloading any of them!!!) [
More Stuff in RePEC  and citations in Google Scholar]
+ Working Papers