Profesores

Juan Andrés Robalino Herrera

Profesor en propiedad con grado de adjunto
Contacto
juan.robalino@ucr.ac.cr
Intereses

Microeconomía Aplicada, Economía Ambiental, Economía Pública, Desarrollo

Grado académico más alto Ph.D. en Economía
Universidad donde obtuvo su título Columbia University, Estados Unidos

Estudios y premios

Estudios

Ph.D. Department of Economics, Columbia University

B.Sc. Escuela de Economía, Universidad de Costa Rica

 

Premios

2010   Mejor Profesor en la Maestría de Socio-economía Ambiental, CATIE

2002-2004  Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy Fellow, Columbia University

2002-2003  Center for Economy, Environment and Society Fellow, The Earth Institute, Columbia University

Experiencia académica

  • CATIE, Profesor miembro del Claustro
  • Columbia University, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2005-2007
  • Clark University, Instructor, 2007

Cursos

Cursos que imparte Economía Pública, Economía Política
Cursos que ha impartido Economía Pública

Publicaciones científicas

  • Robalino, J., and Pfaff, A., 2012 “Contagious Development: Neighbors’ Interactions in Deforestation” Journal of Development Economics. 97 (2) 427-36
  • Robalino, J. 2007 “Land Conservation Policies and Income Distribution: Who Bears the Burden of our Environmental Efforts?” Environment and Development Economics 12 (4) 521-533
  • Robalino, J., and Pfaff, A., 2013 “Ecopayments and Deforestation in Costa Rica: A Nationwide Analysis of PSA’s Initial Years” Land Economics. 89 (3) 432-448
  • Robalino, J., and Villalobos-Fiatt, L. 2014 “Protected areas and economic welfare: An impact evaluation of national parks on local workers’ wages in Costa Rica” Environment and Development Economics
  • Blackman, A., Naranjo, M.A., Robalino, J., Alpizar, F., and Rivera, J. 2014. “Does Tourism Eco-Certification Pay?” World Development. 58 41-52
  • Pfaff, A., Robalino, J., Lima, E., Sandoval, C., and Herrera, L.D. 2013 “Governance, Location and Avoided Deforestation from Protected Areas: Greater Restrictions can have lower impact due to differences in location.” World Development. 55 7-20
  • Robalino, J., and Pfaff, A., 2013 “Ecopayments and Deforestation in Costa Rica: A Nationwide Analysis of PSA’s Initial Years” Land Economics. 89 (3) 432-448
  • Pfaff, A. and Robalino, J., 2012 “Protecting Forests, Biodiversity and the Climate: Predicting Policy Impact to Improve Policy Choice” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 28 (1) 164-79
  • Pfaff, A., Robalino, J., Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., Andam, K. and Ferraro, P., 2009 "Park Location Affects Forest Protection: Land Characteristics Cause Differences in Park Impacts across Costa Rica," The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy: 9 (2)
  • Andam, K., Ferraro, P., Pfaff, A. Sanchez, A. and Robalino, J. 2008 “Measuring the Effectiveness of Protected Area Networks in Reducing Deforestation: A Rigorous Impact Evaluation Approach” Proceedings of National Academy of Science. 105 (42) 16089-94
  • Robalino, J. 2007 “Land Conservation Policies and Income Distribution: Who Bears the Burden of our Environmental Efforts?” Environment and Development Economics 12 (4) 521-533
  • Pfaff, A., Robalino, J., Walker, R., Reis, E., Perz, S., Boher, C., Aldrich, S., 2007 “Road Investment, Spatial Intensification and Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon” Journal of Regional Science 47 (1) 109-123
  • Hall, L., Robalino, J., and Madrigal, R., 2010 “The Quality of Life in Latin American Cities” In E. Lora, A. Powell, B. van Praag and P. Sanguinetti Eds. The Quality of Life in Latin American Cities: Markets and perception. The World Bank Press.
  • Pfaff, A. and Robalino, J. 2008 “Human Choices Affect Conservation Impact: Correct Impact Evaluation after the Fact and Looking Forward.” In C. Palmer and S. Engel Eds. Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change. Routledge 192-207
  • Robalino, J., Pfaff, A., and Sánchez, A., 2006 “Estimating Spatial Interactions in Deforestation Decisions” In A. Kantolean, U. Pascual and T. Swanson Eds. Biodiversity Economics: principles, methods and applications., Cambridge University Press.