Ricardo Mora joined the Department of
Economics in 1997. Before joining UC3M, he was at Universidat Pompeu
Fabra. He received his PhD in Economics from the London School
of Economics in 1998.
Ricardo's research interests include applied
econometrics, segregation analysis, gender inequality, development
economics, labor economics.
Recent and Selected Publications
- “Computing decomposable multigroup indices of segregation”, forthcoming
(with Daniel Guinea-Martin). Stata Journal (uc3m wp)
JCR Impact Factor: 2.637 (Q1 Statistics & Probability-Sci).
- “On the use of social networking services and the ability to
socialize : evidence from Chinese children aged 10 to 15”, forthcoming,
(with Yunrong Li), Applied
Economics. (uc3m wp)
2022 JCR Impact Factor: 1.880 (Q2).
- “The evolution of gender segregation over the life course”,
2018, (with Daniel Guinea-Martin and Javier Ruiz-Castillo), American
Sociological Review, 83(5):983-1019 (uc3m wp)
JCR Impact Factor: 9.654 (Q1 Sociology).
- “Re-assessing the impact of the grandparent’s income on the
infant mortality rate : an evaluation of the Old Age Allowance
program in Nepal”, 2016, (with Yunrong Li), World Development,
87:333-348. (uc3m wp)
JCR Impact Factor: 3.905 (Q1). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2016.07.002
- "Can We Infer Hospital Quality from Medical Graduates'
Residency Choices?" (with Matilde Machado and Antonio
of the European Economic Association, 10-6. 2012. (doi:
JCR Impact Factor: 2.029 (Q1)