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1- Saltelli A, Giampietro M, Ravetz J (2016): http://Decalogue of the diligent quantifier. A playful checklist.

2- Velasco-Fernández R, Ramos-Martin J, Giampietro M. (2013): The energy metabolism of China and India between 1971-2010: studying the bifurcation.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2013-02

3- Viteri Salazar O, Ramos-Martin J. (2012): Improving the organisation and commercialisation of small coffee and cocoa producers in the Northern Amazon Region of Ecuador.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-08.

4- Arizpe N, Ramos-Martin J, Giampietro M. (2012): An analysis of the metabolic patterns of two rural communities affected by soy expansion in the North of Argentina.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-06

5- Ramos-Martin J. (2012): La insostenibilidad energética del “Gran Dragón”: China 1985-2009.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-02.

6- Cadillo J (2012): Estimating Gross Value Added (GVA) across multiple scales: theoretical approach and empirical validation.

ICTA working papers 2012

7- Navarro F, Madrid C (2012): Deuda hídrica y escasez. Análisis MRIO del uso del agua en Andalucía.

Department of Applied Economics UAB working papers series 2012-03.

8- Madrid C, Cabello V (2011): Re-opening the black box in societal metabolism: the application of MuSIASEM to water.

ICTA working papers 2011.

9- Recalde M, Ramos-Martin J (2011):  Going beyond energy intensity to understand the energy metabolism of nations: The case of Argentina.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2011-05.

10- Ripoll S, MacMillan T, Levidow L, Beltrán Muñoz MJ, Velázquez E, Madrid C (2010): Water scarcity and its virtual export from Spain to the UK.

CREPE Project. Working Package 3 Executive Summary.

11- Ferrari S, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J.(2010):  Toward Partial Reorientation of Land Management for Sustainability in View of Material Circulation: Biophysical and Historical Analysis.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2010-02.

12- Mayumi K, Giampietro M, Ramos-Martin J. (2010): A critical analysis of dimensions and curve fitting practice in economics.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2010-01.

13- Ramos-Martin J, Cañellas-Bolta S. (2008): Why Catalonia will see its energy metabolism increase in the near future: an application of MuSIASEM.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-06.

14- Ramos-Martin J, Eisenmenger N, Schandl H. (2008): Different trajectories of exosomatic energy metabolism for Brazil, Chile and Venezuela: using the MSIASM approach.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-03.

15- Giampietro M, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J. (2008):  An application of MSIASM to Chinese exosomatic energy metabolism.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-02.

16- Giampietro M, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J. (2008):  Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal and Ecosystem Metabolism (MuSIASEM): An Outline of Rationale and Theory.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-01

 

1- Saltelli A, Giampietro M, Ravetz J (2016): http://Decalogue of the diligent quantifier. A playful checklist.

1- Velasco-Fernández R, Ramos-Martin J, Giampietro M. (2013): The energy metabolism of China and India between 1971-2010: studying the bifurcation.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2013-02

1- Viteri Salazar O, Ramos-Martin J. (2012): Improving the organisation and commercialisation of small coffee and cocoa producers in the Northern Amazon Region of Ecuador.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-08.

2- Arizpe N, Ramos-Martin J, Giampietro M. (2012): An analysis of the metabolic patterns of two rural communities affected by soy expansion in the North of Argentina.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-06

3- Ramos-Martin J. (2012): La insostenibilidad energética del “Gran Dragón”: China 1985-2009.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2012-02.

4- Cadillo J (2012): Estimating Gross Value Added (GVA) across multiple scales: theoretical approach and empirical validation.

ICTA working papers 2012

5- Navarro F, Madrid C (2012): Deuda hídrica y escasez. Análisis MRIO del uso del agua en Andalucía.

Department of Applied Economics UAB working papers series 2012-03.

1- Madrid C, Cabello V (2011): Re-opening the black box in societal metabolism: the application of MuSIASEM to water.

ICTA working papers 2011.

2- Recalde M, Ramos-Martin J (2011):  Going beyond energy intensity to understand the energy metabolism of nations: The case of Argentina.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2011-05.

1- Ripoll S, MacMillan T, Levidow L, Beltrán Muñoz MJ, Velázquez E, Madrid C (2010): Water scarcity and its virtual export from Spain to the UK.

CREPE Project. Working Package 3 Executive Summary.

2- Ferrari S, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J.(2010):  Toward Partial Reorientation of Land Management for Sustainability in View of Material Circulation: Biophysical and Historical Analysis.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2010-02.

3- Mayumi K, Giampietro M, Ramos-Martin J. (2010): A critical analysis of dimensions and curve fitting practice in economics.

UAB Unit of Economic History Working Paper Series 2010-01.

1- Ramos-Martin J, Cañellas-Bolta S. (2008): Why Catalonia will see its energy metabolism increase in the near future: an application of MuSIASEM.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-06.

2- Ramos-Martin J, Eisenmenger N, Schandl H. (2008): Different trajectories of exosomatic energy metabolism for Brazil, Chile and Venezuela: using the MSIASM approach.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-03.

3- Giampietro M, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J. (2008):  An application of MSIASM to Chinese exosomatic energy metabolism.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-02.

4- Giampietro M, Mayumi K, Ramos-Martin J. (2008):  Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal and Ecosystem Metabolism (MuSIASEM): An Outline of Rationale and Theory.

UAB Department of Applied Economics Working Paper Series 2008-01

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