Prof Dr José M. Rueda-Cantuche is Scientific Officer of the European Commission at the Joint Research Centre. He also holds a position of Full Professor of Quantitative Methods applied to Economics at the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville, Spain).
His research interests are focused on Input-Output Accounts, Input-Output Analysis and Input-Output Modelling. He has been member of the Editorial Boards of the UN Handbook on Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables with Extensions and Applications and the UN Guidelines on Accounting for Global Value Chains.
He is also a Member of the OECD Expert Groups on Extended Supply and Use Tables and on Regional-Global TiVA initiatives. He has currently published more than 60 articles in international scientific journals (of which more than 35 with JCR impact factor) and around 55 monographs, EC reports and book chapters.
He actively collaborated in the International Input-Output Association - IIOA (2007-2015; 2020-) launching the IIOA Newsletter and the IIOA International School of Input-Output Analysis (2010-2015; 2019-); and was Vice-President (2009-2012) and President (2013-2016) of the Hispanic-American Input-Output Society.
Recently, he participated in the European Commission-Joint Research Centre’s Expert Group to analyse the economic impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak. Some of their results were published in the latest Spring and Autumn Economic Forecasts (2021) of the European Commission. He is team leader of the Input-Output, Global Value Chains and Productivity team in the Unit B7 (Knowledge in Finance, Innovation and Growth) in the JRC.