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José Manuel Mansilla-Fernández
José Manuel Mansilla Fernández (PhD in Granada) currently serves as (Unicredit) Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Economics from October 2014. His main area of research is economics applied to banking and finance. Previously, he has served as a Predoctoral Research Fellow and teaching assistant at the Department of Economics of the University of Granada. His dissertation analyses the effects of bank market power on firm investment in the short term and the long term, the effects of monetary policy on the implicit interest rates of the trade credit, and the effects of financial constraints and liquidity management on exports.
His main area of research is the economics of banking and finance such as banking regulation, bank risk-taking, industrial organization, international trade and SME, trade credit and liquidity management.
Finally, he has been declared suitable for assistant professor (professor ayudante doctor) by the the ANECA.