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Workshop

In the fall of 1991, Tim and Ed Prescott started a workshop with their graduate student supervisees. In this workshop, students present their work frequently, and at stages ranging from the beginning of a question and an idea for a model to a polished presentation ready for the job market. The presenter receives intense feedback from the faculty participants in the workshop and from the other student participants. The workshop started as a private club. Since the 1999–2000 academic year, it has been a course at University of Minnesota. During 1999–2002, it was formally titled the Workshop in Macroeconomics; since 2002, it has been formally titled the Workshop in Trade and Development. The workshop meets throughout the year, as long as participants are in town, whether or not the University is in session.

Current schedule

Faculty participants

1991–2002: Timothy J. Kehoe and Edward C. Prescott
2002–2004: Timothy J. Kehoe
2004–2006: Cristina Arellano and Timothy J. Kehoe
2006–2007: Pedro S. Amaral, Cristina Arellano, and Timothy J. Kehoe
2007–2008: Cristina Arellano, Timothy J. Kehoe, and Fabrizio Perri
2008–2012: Timothy J. Kehoe and Fabrizio Perri
2012–2013: Cristina Arellano, Timothy J. Kehoe, and Fabrizio Perri
2013–2015: Manuel Amador, Timothy J. Kehoe, and Kei-Mu Yi
2016–present: Manuel Amador and Timothy J. Kehoe

Student participants on the 2018–2019 job market

  1. Sora Lee
  2. Jorge Mondragon
  3. Vegard Nygaard
  4. Jaroslaw Strzalkowski
  5. Beatriz González López (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Other student participants

  1. Camilo Álvarez
  2. Fernando Arce Múñoz
  3. Victor Leão Borges de Almeida
  4. María José Carreras Valle
  5. Carlos Esquivel
  6. Stelios Fourakis
  7. Kaja Kierulf
  8. John Kumcu
  9. Anthony Priolo
  10. Albert Raya Munté
  11. Agustín Samano Peñaloza
  12. Lichen Zhang
  13. Yang Zhou

Student participants with completed Ph.D.s (initial placement in parentheses)

  1. Lore James Aguilar, “Essays in Financial Intermediation,” 2010, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Colby College).
  2. Serife Nuray Akin, “Population Aging, Immigration Policies, and the Social Security System in Germany,” 2006, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Miami).
  3. Sami Alpanda, “Two Essays on Macroeconomics and Finance: Japanese Land and Equity Values in the 1980s and U.S. Equity Values in the 1970s,” 2004, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Amherst College).
  4. Fernando Alvarez, “Two Essays on the Economic Theory of Fertility,” 1994, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania).
  5. Pedro S. Amaral, “Consequences of Turbulence and Heterogeneity in Learning Ability for Wage Earnings Inequality,” 2002, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Southern Methodist University).
  6. Konstantinos Arkolakis, “Essays on Heterogeneous Firms in International Economics,” 2007, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Samuel S. Kortum (Yale University).
  7. Ramses Yusseff Armendariz Buaun, “Essays on Giffen Behavior and International Trade,” 2016, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supercisor: Pau S. Pujolàs (Monmouth College).
  8. Jose G. Asturias, “Essays on International Trade and Growth,” University of Minnesota, 2013, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar).
  9. Joao Ayres Queiroz da Silva, “Essays in International Economics and Macroeconomics,” 2017, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (Inter-American Development Bank).
  10. Claustre Bajona-Xandri, “Essays on Trade Dynamics,” 2000, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (University of Miami).
  11. Debasis Bandyopadhyay, “Distribution of Human Capital, Income Inequality, and the Rate of Growth,” 1993, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Auckland/Te Whare Wananga o Tamaki Makaurau).
  12. Joann M. Bangs, “Home Country Bias,” 2000, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Oakland University).
  13. Justin Barnette, “Essays on Job Loss and the Macroeconomy,” University of Minnesota, 2011, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Kent State University).
  14. Raphael Bergoeing, “Studies in Trade,” 1996, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Instituto Latinoamericano de Doctrina y Estudios Sociales (ILADES) - Georgetown University).
  15. Wyatt Brooks, “Essays on International Trade,” 2012, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (University of Notre Dame).
  16. Nicholas Bull, “Optimal Taxation in an Endogenous Growth Model with Human Capital,” 1992, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Federal Reserve Board).
  17. Daolu Cai, “Essays in Trade and Labor Economics,” 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Pennsylvania State University).
  18. Elizabeth Caucutt, “Essays on Applied General Equilibrium Theory when there are Peer Group Effects,” 1997, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (University of Rochester).
  19. Ricardo Cavalcanti, “Essays on the Taxation of Capital Gains,” 1997, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (University of Miami).
  20. Pu Chen, “Essays on International Trade,” 2011, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Renmin University).
  21. Tianshu Chu, “Import Substitution and Export Promotion: In Search of a Theory of Economic Development,” 2000, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (East-West Center, University of Hawaii).
  22. Richard Condor, “Essays in financial macroeconomics,” 2017, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (Banco de México).
  23. Juan Carlos Conesa, “Macroeconomic Effects of Idiosyncratic Uncertainty,” 1999, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Universitat de Barcelona).
  24. Daniela Viana Costa, “Essays in International Economics and Labor Economics,” 2017, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (University of Pennsylvania Wharton Public Policy Initiative).
  25. John T. Dalton, “Essays on International Trade,” University of Minnesota, 2010, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Wake Forest University).
  26. Antonia Díaz, “Land Reforms and Property Rights,” 1995, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Universitat d’Alacant/Universidad de Alicante).
  27. Julián P. Díaz, “Essays on International Economics,” 2007, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Bowdoin College).
  28. Antonio Doblas-Madrid, “Essays on International Macroeconomics,” 2005, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Marco Bassetto (Texas A&M University).
  29. Veronika Dolar, “Assessing the Effect of Changes in Relative Food Prices and Income on Obesity Prevalence in the United States: A Macroeconomic Analysis,” Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, 2010, supervisor: Terry L. Roe, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Long Island University-C.W. Post).
  30. Ayse Erdogan, “Essays on Environmental Regulations and International Trade,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Rochester Institute of Technology).
  31. Ronald Edwards, “Essays in Fiscal Centralization and Economic Development,” 1999, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Academia Sinica, Taiwan).
  32. Andres Erosa-Etchebehere, “Financial Intermediation and Economic Development,” 1996, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (University of Western Ontario)
  33. Julio Escolano, “Essays on Fiscal Policy, Intergenerational Transfers, and Distribution of Wealth,” 1992, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (International Monetary Fund).
  34. Terry Fitzgerald, “Team Production in General Equilibrium: Theory and an Application,” 1995, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland).
  35. Ronald Gecan, “A General Equilibrium Analysis of Medicaid and Medicare,” 1997, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Catholic University of America).
  36. Mark J. Gibson, “Essays on Protectionism and Productivity,” 2008, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Cristina Arellano (Washington State University).
  37. Turkmen Goksel, “Essays on International Economics,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Ankara University).
  38. Douglas Gollin, “Self Employment, Firm Size, and Economic Development,” 1996, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Williams College).
  39. Rodolfo Guerrero-Mora, “Country Responses to Volatile Capital Flows,” 1999, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Banco de México).
  40. Si Guo, “Essays on Macroeconomics,” University of Minnesota, 2013, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (International Monetary Fund).
  41. Kari Heerman, “Technology, Ecology and Trade,” 2013, supervisor: Terry L. Roe (Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture).
  42. Enoch S. Hill, “A Firm Foundation: Essays on Firm Choice,” University of Minnesota, 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Wheaton College)
  43. Canhui Hong “Essays on Sovereign Default,” supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (Shanghai University of Economics and Finance).
  44. Yenan Hou, “Essays on International Economics,” 2011, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (HSBC Business School, Peking University).
  45. Sewon Hur, “Essays on Financial Frictions and Macroeconomics,” supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (University of Pittsburgh).
  46. Karsten Jeske, “Essays on International Debts with Risk of Repudiations,” 2000, supervisor: Andrew Atkeson (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta).
  47. Parisa Kamali, “Essays on Intermediation in International Economics,” 2018, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (International Monetary Fund).
  48. Mingyi Kang, “Essays on International Economics,” 2010, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Fudan University).
  49. Iskander Karibzhanov, Essays on International Macroeconomics,” University of Minnesota, 2013, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Bank of Canada).
  50. Byung Duck Kim, “General Equilibrium Analysis of Social Security,” 1993, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Korea Institute of Finance).
  51. Illenin Kondo, “Essays on Globalization,” 2012, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Federal Reserve Board, Trade and Financial Studies).
  52. Dirk Krueger, “Risk Sharing with Incomplete Markets: Macroeconomic and Fiscal Policy Implications,” 1999, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (Stanford University).
  53. Yoshinori Kurokawa, “Essays on Trade and Inequality,” 2007, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Tsukuba).
  54. Hyunju Lee, “Essays on International Finance and Financial Crises,” 2018, supervisor: Manuel Amador, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Ryerson University)
  55. Ronald Kai Him Leung, “Labor Mobility and Labor Inequality in Life Cycle Economies,” 2007, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Université de Montréal).
  56. Jinyue Li, “Essays on Urban and International Economics,” University of Minnesota, 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (City University of Hong Kong)
  57. Ka-Fai Li, “Essays on Consumption Smoothing,” 2011, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Hong Kong Monetary Authority).
  58. Bernabé López-Martín, “Essays in Macroeconomics,” 2014, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Banco de México).
  59. Igor Livshits, “Essays on Barriers to Growth, Strategic Behavior and Uncertainty,” 2002, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (University of Western Ontario).
  60. Lin Lu, “Essays on International Economics,” 2010, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Tsinghua University).
  61. James C. MacGee, “Essays on International Economics and Macroeconomics,” 2004, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Western Ontario).
  62. Michael Maio, “Essays in International Trade and Development,” 2014, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (United Parcel Service).
  63. Felipe Meza, “Essays on the Mexican Crisis of 1995,” 2003, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Ellen R. McGrattan (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
  64. Karine Moe, “Human Capital, Fertility, and Time Use: A Model of Development,” 1995, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Macalester College).
  65. Markus K. Möller, “Essays in Dynamic Economics,” 1992, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Seðlabanki Íslands/Central Bank of Iceland).
  66. Robert Mrkonich, “Essays in Heterogeneous Agent Macroeconomics,” 2018, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (PricewaterhouseCoopers).
  67. François Ortalo-Magné, “Asset Pricing with Firm Dynamics and Credit Constraint: Theory and Application to U.S. Farmland,” 1995, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (London School of Economics).
  68. Cloe Ortiz de Mendivil Ribierre, “Essays on the Factor Content of Trade and Education,” 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, (Boston Consulting Group).
  69. Radek Paluszynski , “Essays on Information Frictions in Economics,” 2016, supervisor: Manuel Amador, co-supercisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Houston).
  70. Arturo Pérez-Mendoza, “Job Creation, Job Destruction, and Trade Liberalization: Effects of NAFTA on the Mexican Economy,” 1998, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey).
  71. David Alejandro Pérez-Reyna, “Essays on International Economics,” 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Banco de la República de Colombia).
  72. Roberto Piazza, “Essays in Macroeconomics,” 2009, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (International Monetary Fund).
  73. Gina Pieters, “Essays in International Economics,” 2012, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Trinity University).
  74. Erwan G. Quintin, “Limited Enforcement and Economic Development,” 2000, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas).
  75. Ricardo Raineri, “Schooling and Cohort Size Effects: A General Equilibrium Analysis,” 1993, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott, co-supervisor: Richard Rogerson (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile).
  76. Ananth Ramanarayanan, “Essays in International Economics,” 2007, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas).
  77. Gajen Raveendranthan, “Essays on Consumer Bankruptcy, Employment, Firm Dynamics, and Aging in the United States,” 2017, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (McMaster University).
  78. Miguel Ricuarte, “Essays in Structural Change, Trade, and Development,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Cristina Arellano (Banco Central de Chile).
  79. Maria Jose Rodriguez Garcia , “Essays on Flows of Capital and Labor Across Countries,” 2016, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supercisor: Manuel Amador (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, Mexico).
  80. José Daniel Rodríguez-Delgado, “Essays on Financial and Labor Frictions,” 2008, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Cristina Arellano (International Monetary Fund).
  81. Michael Rolleigh, “Movements of Heterogeneous Goods and People,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Williams College).
  82. Jack Rossbach, “On the Predictability of Trade and Growth,” 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, (University at Albany, SUNY).
  83. Jacek Rothert, “Essays in Macroeconomics,” 2010, supervisor: Fabrizio Perri, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (U.S. Naval Academy).
  84. Kim J. Ruhl, “Essays on International Economics,” 2004 supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Texas-Austin).
  85. Martin Jose Rostagno Sanchez , “Essays on Banking and the Macroeconomic Effects of Financial Intermediation,” 2016, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supercisor: Manuel Amador (PricewaterhouseCoopers).
  86. John Seliski, “Essays on Labor Market Frictions and Macroeconomics,” 2015, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Congressional Budget Office).
  87. Katherine Schmeiser, “Essays on Firm Choice and International Trade,” supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Mount Holyoke College).
  88. Ina Simonovska, “Essays on International Economics,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (University of California, Davis).
  89. Alexandra Solovyeva, “Essays in Macroeconomics,” 2018, supervisor: Manuel Amador, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Georgetown University).
  90. Georgios Stefanidis, “Essays in International Financial Economics and Bank Regulation,” 2017, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (York University).
  91. Radoslaw Stefanski, “Structural Essays on Structural Transformation in International Economics,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (Université Laval).
  92. Joseph Bowlin Steinberg, “Essays in International Macroeconomics,” University of Minnesota, 2013, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (University of Toronto).
  93. Guillaume Sublet, “Essays in Macroeconomics and International Trade,” 2018, supervisor: Manuel Amador, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Université de Montréal).
  94. Laura Sunder-Plassman, “Essays on Sovereign Default,” 2014, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Københavns Universitet/University of Copenhagen).
  95. Ruanjai Suwantaradon, “Essays on Financial Frictions and Heterogeneous Firms in International Economics,” 2008, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Singapore Management University).
  96. Arilton Teixeira, “Effects of Trade Policy on Technology Adoption and Investment,” 1999, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais).
  97. Jessica Tjornhom Donohue, “Essays on Trade and Development,” 2001, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (State Street Associates, Boston).
  98. Evridiki Tsounta, “Essays on Macroeconomics,” 2004, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (International Monetary Fund).
  99. Yelena Tuzova, “Essays on Tax Policy and International Trade,” 2009, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Claremont Graduate University).
  100. Carlos Urrutia, “Essays on Immigration and Development,” 1998, supervisor: V. V. Chari, co-supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
  101. Tim Uy, “Essays in International Economics,” 2014, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Cambridge).
  102. Marcelo Veracierto, “Essays on Job Creation and Job Destruction,” 1995, supervisor: Richard Rogerson (Cornell University).
  103. Andrea Waddle, “Essays on Labor Market and Globalization,” 2014, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Richmond).
  104. Kevin Wiseman, “Essays with Heterogeneous Agents: Families and Firms,” supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (International Monetary Fund).
  105. Nan Xu, “Essays on Globalization and Economic Development,” 2011, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Fabrizio Perri (University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China).
  106. Bora Yunn, “Essays on Macroeconomics,” 2018, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe, co-supervisor: Manuel Amador (Stony Brook University).
  107. Daria Zakharova, “Economics of Dynastic Organizations,” 2000, supervisor: Edward C. Prescott (International Monetary Fund).
  108. Jing Zhang, “Essays on International Macroeconomics,” 2005, supervisor: Timothy J. Kehoe (University of Michigan).

Graduate student visitors (affiliation in parentheses)

  1. María José Alvarez, 2001-2002 (Universitat d'Alacant/Universidad de Alicante).
  2. Rudolfs Bems, 2004 (Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Stockholm School of Economics).
  3. Patrícia Crespo, 1999 (Universitat de Barcelona).
  4. Olga Croitorov, 2013 (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
  5. Guy Ertz, 1997 (Université Catholique de Louvain).
  6. Florian Exler, 2015 (Universität Mannheim).
  7. April Franco, 1997-1999 (University of Rochester).
  8. Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, 1996-1997 (European University Institute).
  9. Clémentine Gallès, 2001 (Université des Sciences Sociales de Toulouse).
  10. Manuel García Santana, 2008, 2010, 2011 (CEMFI - Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros).
  11. Carlos Garriga Calvet, 1997-1998 (Universitat de Barcelona).
  12. Beatriz González López, 2018 (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
  13. Guzmán González-Torres Fernández, 2014 (Stanford University).
  14. Jan Kristijan Grobovsek, 2010 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  15. Diego Gruber, 2008 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  16. Stephanie Houle, 2015 (McMaster University)
  17. Kristian Jönsson Hartelius, 2004 (Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Stockholm School of Economics).
  18. Birgit Kirschbaum, 2013 (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald).
  19. Lien Laureys, 2012 (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
  20. Arnoldo López-Marmolejo, 2004 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  21. Eva Lüthi, 2009 (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
  22. Kristin Magnusson, 2008 (Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Stockholm School of Economics).
  23. Tricia Abbott Mueller, 2015-2017 (University of Wisconsin, Madison).
  24. Àlex Pérez Laborda, 2004 (Universitat de Barcelona).
  25. Alessandro Peri, 2014-2015 (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
  26. Fabrizio Perri, 1997-1998 (University of Pennsylvania).
  27. Lien Pham, 2014 (Universität Bonn).
  28. Mònica Pigem Vigo, 1997 (Universitat de Barcelona).
  29. Guillem Pons Rabat, 2014 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  30. Pau Salvador Pujolàs Fons, 2011, 2012 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  31. Alberto Sánchez Martín, 2014 (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  32. Constance de Soyres, 2015 (Toulouse School of Economics).
  33. François de Soyres, 2015-2016 (Toulouse School of Economics).
  34. Diana Van Patten Rivera, 2018 (University of California, Los Angeles).

Postdoctoral visitors (affiliation in parentheses)

  1. Luisa Fuster, 1995-1996 (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
  2. Miguel Ginés, 1996-1998 (Universitat d'Alacant/Universidad de Alicante).
  3. Berthold Herrendorf, 1998-1999 (University of Warwick).
  4. Amaia Iza, 1997 (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea/Universidad de País Vasco).
  5. Minsung Kang, 2007-2008 (Seoul National University).
  6. Baltasar Manzano, 2001-2002 (Universidade de Vigo).
  7. José María Martín Moreno, 1998 (Universidade de Vigo).
  8. Carlos de Miguel, 2001-2002 (Universidade de Vigo).
  9. María Montero Múñoz, 1996 (Universidade de Vigo).
  10. José María da Rocha, 1996-1997 (Universidade de Vigo).
  11. Marika Santoro, 2002-2004 (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata).

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