Ana specialises in international comparisons of productivity and economic performance. Her research aims to further our understanding of the sources of growth in modern economies, investigating the changing role of production inputs and technology, skills and intangible assets, as well as the influence of policies and regulations.
2002 - Msc in Economics, University College London
2001 - Advanced Studies Diploma in Industrial and International Economics, University of Valencia
1999 - BSc in Economics, Special Award of Graduation, University of Valencia, Spain
2001-2002 "Caja Madrid" Graduate Fellowship
2000 "V centuries Research Scholarship", University of Valencia, Spain.
2012- Principal Economist, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, London
2008 -2012, Senior Research Officer, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, London.
2003 -2008 Research Officer, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, London
Forth, J.,and A. Rincon-Aznar (forthcoming), “Productivity in the UK’s Low-Wage industries: A cross-country comparative analysis”, Report to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation”.
Marsh, I., Rincon-Aznar, A., Vecchi, M. and F. Venturini (2017), “We see ICT everywhere but in the econometric evidence: A reassessment”, Industrial and Corporate Change, Volume 26, Issue 6, 1 December 2017, Pages 1067–1088,.
Bernini, M. et al (2017), “Industrial Clusters in England”, BEIS Research Report No. 4, September 2017.
Rincon Aznar, A., Riley, R. and G. Young (2017),”Academic review of asset lives in the UK”, NIESR DP. No. 475.
Nathan, M., Pratt, A. and A. Rincόn-Aznar (2015), "Creative Economy Employment in the EU and the UK: a Comparative Analysis", Report to NESTA, December 2015.
Mason. G. and A. Rincόn -Aznar (2015), “Education, Skills and Productivity: Commissioned Research”, Business, Innovation and Skills and Education Committees, House of Commons.
Rincόn -Aznar, A., Forth, J., Mason, G., O'Mahony, M. and M. Bernini (2015), "UK Skills and Productivity in an International Context”, The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Research Paper No. 262.
Rincόn -Aznar, Riley and A. Rosso (2015), “An Evaluation of UK Trade and Investment Assistance on Business Performance”, Report to UK Trade and Investment.
Bewley, H., Rincon-Aznar, A. and D. Wilkinson (2014), “An Assessment of the Changing Use of Flexible Employment and Implications for the National Minimum Wage, Including Compliance”, Report to the Low Pay Commission.
Mason, G, Holland, D., Liadze, I., O’Mahony, M, Riley, R. and A. Rincόn -Aznar (2014), “Macroeconomic Benefits of Vocational Education and Training”, CEDEFOP Report No. 40.
Foster, N., Poschl, J., Rincόn -Aznar, A., Stehrer, R., Vecchi, M. and Venturini, F. (2013), “Reducing Productivity and Efficiency gaps: The Role of Knowledge Assets, Absorptive Capacity and Institutions”, Background study of chapter 3 in European Competitiveness Report, DG Enterprise and Industry, European Commission and WIIW Report 396.
Siebert, S. and A. Rincόn -Aznar (2013), “Employment Protection, Jobs and Productivity in Europe”, INDICSER Working Paper no 140.
Rincόn-Aznar, A. and C. Robinson (2012), “The Impact of Service Regulation on Economic Performance in Europe: An Industry Analysis”, SERVICEGAP Discussion Paper No. 9.
Rincόn-Aznar, A., Vecchi, M. and F. Venturini (2012), “ICT Spillovers, Absorptive Capacity and Productivity Performance”, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Economia, Finanza e Statistica 103/2012, Università di Perugia, Dipartimento Economia, Finanza e Statistica.
Saam, M., Cerquera, D., Inklaar, R., Muller, B., O'Mahony, M., Rammer, C., Rincόn -Aznar, A., Roth, F. and A.E. Thum (2011), “Review of Measures and Data Sources on Intangibles, ICT use and Innovation in European Services Sectors”, INDICSER Review paper No. 1.
Oulton, N. and A. Rincón-Aznar (2012), “Rates of Return and Alternative Measures of Capital Input: 14 Countries and 10 Branches, 1971-2005”, pp 307-337 in Industrial Productivity in Europe: Growth and Crisis, M. Mas and R. Stehrer (Eds), Edward Elgar.
Rincόn-Aznar, A. and C. Robinson (2012), "The impact of service regulation on economic performance in Europe: An industry analysis", SERVICEGAP Discussion Paper No. 9
Rincon, A. M.Vecchi and F.Venturini (2012), "ICT spillovers, absorptive capacity and productivity performance," Quaderni del Dipartimento di Economia, Finanza e Statistica 103/2012, Università di Perugia, Dipartimento Economia, Finanza e Statistica.
Rincon-Aznar, A., Maria Rochina, Juan Manez, Juan Sanchis, University of Valencia, (2005), R&D and productivity differentials: a Non-parametric analysis, Revista de Economia Aplicada, Vol. 13
Rincon-Aznar, A., Robinson, C., Vecchi, M., (May 2005), The Productivity impact of E-Commerce in the UK, 2001: Evidence from microdata, Dp. 257
Rincon-Aznar, A., Vecchi, M., (May 2004), The dynamic impact of ICT spillovers on companies' productivity performance, NIESR Dp. 245
Robinson, C., O'Leary, B., Rincon-Aznar, A., (Aug 2006), Business start-ups, closures and economic churn, Report to: Small Business Service, Department of Trade and Industry.
Kangasniemi, M., Rincon-Aznar, A., (Jun 2006), The Regulatory Environment in the Context of the Strategy for Growth and Jobs (The Lisbon Agenda), Report to: European Commission
Rincon-Aznar, A., Maria Rochina, Juan Manez, Juan Sanchis, University of Valencia, (2005), R&D and productivity differentials: a Non-parametric analysis, Revista de Economia Aplicada, Vol. 39, 47-86.
Mason, G., Osborne, M., Rincon-Aznar, A., (May 2005), Raising Sector Skill Levels- How Responsive is Local Training Supply?, Research Report No. 9,Sector Skills Development Agency (SSDA), United Kingdom.
Rincon-Aznar, A., Vecchi, M., (2003), "Productivity performance at the company level, EU productivity and competitiveness: an industry perspective. Can Europe resume the catching-up process edited by Mary O’Mahony and Bart van Ark, Luxembourg: European Commission.
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