Professor Dr Luis Lanaspa

Luis Lanaspa is a Professor of Economic Analysis at the University of Zaragoza (Economic Geography, Regional and Urban Economics).
His international academic impact is 233 citations, 9 h-index, 9 i10-index.
He has published more than 20 articles concerning urban studies, core-periphery models, comparative economic analysis, regional- industrial development, including:

  • R González-Val, L Lanaspa,Patterns in US Urban Growth, 1790–2000, Regional Studies, 1-21, 2014
  • R González-Val, L Lanaspa, F Sanz-Gracia, New evidence on Gibrat’s law for cities,
    Urban Studies, 2013
  • LF Lanaspa Santolaria, I Olloqui Cuartero, F Sanz Garcia, Common trends and linkages in the US manufacturing sector, 1969–2000, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36 (5), 1093-1111, 2012
  • L Lanaspa, F Pueyo, F Sanz, Foreign direct investment, industrial location and capital taxation, The Annals of Regional Science 42 (2), 413-423, 2008
  • J Clemente, L Lanaspa, A Montañés, The unemployment structure of the US states, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 45 (4), 848-868, 2005
  • L Lanaspa, AM Perdiguero, F Sanz, La distribución del tamaño de las ciudades. El caso de España (1900–1999), Revista de Economía Aplicada 34, 5-16, 2004
  • L Lanaspa, F Pueyo, F Sanz, The evolution of Spanish urban structure during the twentieth century, Urban Studies 40 (3), 567-580, 2003
  • L Lanaspa, F Sanz, Regional policy and industrial location decisions, Investigaciones Económicas 28 (1), 67-87, 2004

Academic profile made by:
Maria Goula, critical survey editor of RSI, Teacher-Member of the Pedagogic Team of the Environmental Education Center of Makrinitsa