EDUARDO MELERO
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EDUARDO MELERO

Associate Professor of Management

Education

1999-2004
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
PhD in Management

1998–1999
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
MSc in Management

1994 –1998
Universidad de Salamanca
B.Sc. in Economics

Research interests

Organizational Economics, Innovation, Labor Economics, Human Resources 

Selected publications

Melero, E., Palomeras, N. & Werheim, D.: "The Effect of Patent Protection on Inventor Mobility", Management Science. Forthcoming.

Melero, E. & Bognanno, M.: "Promotion Signals, Experience and Education", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy vol. 25 (1), Spring 2016, 111-132. 

Melero, E. & Palomeras, N.: "The Renaissance Man Is not Dead! The Role of Generalists in Teams of Inventors", Research Policy vol. 44 (1), February 2015, 154-167. 


Eduardo Melero is Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He holds a Ph.D. from Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) and a B.Sc. from Universidad de Salamanca. His research interests include topics in Human Resources, Labor Economics, Innovation Studies and Organizational Economics. 

Melero, E., Palomeras, N. & Werheim, D.: "The Effect of Patent Protection on Inventor Mobility", Management Science. Forthcoming.

Melero, E. & Bognanno, M.: "Promotion Signals, Experience and Education", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy vol. 25 (1), Spring 2016, 111-132. 

Melero, E. & Palomeras, N.: "The Renaissance Man Is not Dead! The Role of Generalists in Teams of Inventors", Research Policy vol. 44 (1), February 2015, 154-167. 

Melero, E.: “Job-related training and education sponsorship: An analysis based on market concentration”, Advances in the Economics Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms vol. 15, 2014, 185-223

Melero, E.: "Are Workplaces with Many Women in Management Run Differently?", Journal of Business Research vol. 64 (4), April 2011, 385- 393. 

Melero, E.: "Training and Promotion: Allocation of Skills or Incentives?", Industrial Relations vol. 49 (4), October 2010, 640-667. 

Melero, E. & Palomeras, N.: "Markest for Inventors: Learning by Hiring as a Driver of Mobility", Management Science vol. 56 (5), May 2010, 881- 865.