Cesáreo Hernández Iglesias

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Dr. Cesáreo Hernández, is Professor of Business and Economics (B&E). He is the Former Director of INSISOC at the University of Valladolid, Spain. He graduated from the University of Barcelona in Industrial Engineering (1970) and Economics (1974). He obtained his Ph.D. in 1975 on applications of Control Theory to Econometrics. He initially worked in time series analysis in econometric modelling as a postgraduate at the L.S.E. and Imperial College(London) (1971-74). His current research interests include economic methodology and social simulation.



C Hernandez-Iglesias, F Hernandez-Iglesias, 1981, Causality and the independence phenomenon: The case of the demand for money, Journal of Econometrics 15 (2), 247-263: DOC

C Hernández Iglesias, 2004, Herbert A. Simon, 1916-2001, y el futuro de la Ciencia Económica, Revista Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa 13 (2), 7-23: DOC

B Edmonds, C Hernández, KG Troitzsch, 2007, Social Simulation: Technologies, Advances and New Discoveries, IGI Global, Hershey, PA

C Hernández, 2017, Sixty Years of Economics: Some Lessons for the Future, In Advances in Management Engineering, pp: 25-67

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