Maria Jesus Herrerias is Lecturer in Energy Economics at the Department of Economics at the University of Birmingham. She is an expert on Chinese studies based on economic growth, international trade and regional development.
Recently, she has started to work on energy and environmental issues in the case of developed and developing countries with emphasis on China. Her main works have been published in China and World Economy, Economics of Transition, Empirical Economics, Economic Modelling, Papers in Regional Science, Annals of Regional Science, Energy Policy, Applied Energy, Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Regional Studies, Journal of Policy Modelling, Pacific Economic Review and China Economic Review. She has presented her works in conferences such as the Royal Economics Society, the Chinese Economic Association (UK), the European Trade Study Group, among others, and has received invitations to participate in conferences including the Asian Economic Panel in Tokyo in 2011.
Applied Economics, Economic Modeling, Revista de Economía Mundial, Modern Applied Science, The World Economy, The Energy Journal, International Regional Science Review, Energy Policy, China Economic Review, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Climate Change Economics, Southern Economic Journal.
Member of the Research Cluster for Environmental Economics and Management, The University of Birmingham, Department of Economics 2014 – Present
Member of Group Trade, Environment, Development and Energy Research Group, The University of Birmingham, Department of Economics, 2014 – Present
Member of the Research Cluster for China, The University of Birmingham, Department of Economics, 2014- Present.