Prof. Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso is Professor at the Universities of Goettingen and at Jaume I (Spain). She obtained her PhD in Economics from the University of Birmingham (England) in 1998.
She has extensive teaching experience in several bachelor and master programs at the Universities of Birmingham, Valencia and Nottingham and has been actively engaged in building and managing international networks. Currently, she chairs the cluster in Social Sciences, Economics and Law of the Enlight Consortium, and is a member of the steering committees of the Center for Global Migration Studies and the CliMigHealth Network, as well as a board member of INFER.
She has advised numerous international institutions and governmental bodies, including the World Bank, the OECD, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the German Ministry of Development and served as editor and associate editor in several international journals. Currently, she is editor of the Journal of International Development and associated editor of the Journal of Applied Economics and Applied Economic Analysis.
Her fields of research include international economics, environmental economics and development economics. She is the author of 2 books and more than 100 published articles listed in the Web of Science. Her work appeared in the Journal of International Economics, the Review of International Economics, Ecological Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Journal of Common Market Studies, among many others.
Her current research interests are in the areas of environmental provisions in trade agreements, migration and remittances, networks and trade and sustainable global value chains.