Rosellon
Dr. Rosellon
Profesor Investigador Titular
SNI: Nivel III
juan.rosellon@cide.edu
Tel.: 5727-98-00 ext. 2711
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Semblanza Juan Rosellón is tenured Professor at the Department of Economics of the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) in Mexico City as well as a Visiting Research Fellow at DIW-Berlin (Department of Energy, Transport and the Environment, EVU). He has been recently awarded the 2017 Mexico’s Studies Chair at the Sol Price School at the University of Southern California, USA. He has also been recently chosen as Co-Editor of the IAEE’s journal Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy (EEEP). Since September 2014, he is also an Independent Member of the directing board of the Mexican Electricity Independent System Operator (CENACE), by appointment of the President of Mexico. Additionally, he is member of the Faculty Advisory Board of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute. During 2010-2012 he was Visiting Senior Scholar at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin), and, since 2010, Visiting Senior Researcher at DIW Berlin. He has also been Visiting Professor at the Chair of Energy Economics and Public Sector Management of the Technische Universität Dresden (EE2) during 2007-2010, Visiting Researcher and Senior Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University since 2002, as well as External Academic Advisor at the School of Engineering of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) during 2006-2012. Professor Rosellón is an international expert on economic regulation of energy networks. In 2012, he was part of the research team of DIW Berlin that obtained substantial grants from the European Union (Marie-Curie- IIF) and from the German Mercator Foundation to carry out research visits on large-scale renewable integration in Germany. In February 2009, he was awarded the 4th Reimut Jochimsen Prize by the Deutsche Bundesbank (German Central Bank). Likewise, he won in 2008 the Georg Forster Fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation to support research visits to Germany from 2009-2012. He was Repsol-YPF-Harvard-Kennedy-School Fellow at the Kennedy School of Harvard University from 2003-2005. During 2002-2003, he was as well Senior Fellow at the Kennedy School as a Fulbright Scholar. At CIDE he leads a research network on applied regulatory economics that has received research grants from El Colegio de México (PIERAN), the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), the Mexican Science and Technology Foundation (CONACYT), the Rand Corporation, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Tinker Foundation, Stanford University, and the Naumann Foundation. Professor Rosellón was also the Director of CIDE’s Workshop on Energy Economics and Regulation aimed to train Mexican government officials in the energy sector from 1998-2001. Rosellón was also Editor in Chief for almost six years (2000-2002 and 2011-2014) of Economía Mexicana (Nueva Época), one of the leading economics journals (SSCI) in Latin America. He also achieved the transformation of this journal into a leading economics journal in Latin America, Latin American Economic Review (LAER) published open access by Springer. He was Editor-in-Chief of LAER for a two-year term (2014-2015). Additionally, Rosellón was from 2011 through 2016 member of the Editorial Board of EEEP, and since 2016 member of the Editorial Board of the Review of Network Economics. Rosellón was as well Secretary of the Mexican Chapter of the IAEE (1999-2001), and member of its advisory board since October 2001. He was Chief Economist at CRE (1995-1997) during which time he had a leading participation in all economic policy decisions regarding the regulatory reform process of the Mexican natural gas and electricity sectors. He was a faculty member of the Program on Privatization, Regulatory Reform and Corporate Governance at Harvard University (1997-2000), and at Princeton University (2001). He is member of the Mexican National System of Researchers (SNI) since 1994. He currently holds level III at SNI (level III is the highest level). In 1994, he received the National Award in Economics (Premio Nacional de Economía, Juan F. Noyola) from Mexican president Ernesto Zedillo. Professor Rosellón earned his Ph.D and M.A degrees in Economics from Rice University. He also obtained M.Sc and B.Sc degrees in Mathematics, as well as a B.A degree in Economics (UNAM). He won the Gabino Barreda Medal, the most important student honour granted by UNAM. Juan Rosellón has achieved around 115 publications on regulatory and energy economics, and has presented his work in more than 120 international seminars and congresses. As of September 2016, he ranks among the most productive academic economists worldwide in the area of regulation (no. 29, top 2.2%) of the IDEASu2013RePEc database. Likewise, Rosellón stood the last decade as one of only eight authors in Mexico ranked among the most productive in Mexico considering any possible ranking criteria, such as Conacyt, Kiel, and JCR (Arteaga-García, J. L. and D. Flores-Curiel, 2013, La producción científica de los economistas académicos en México entre 2000 y 2010, Economía Mexicana. Nueva Época, vol. XXII, no. 1).rnrn
Artículos
  • Removing Cross-Border Capacity Bottlenecks in the European Natural Gas Market: A Proposed Merchant-Regulatory Mechanism
    Neumann A., J. Rosellón and H. Weigt (2015), “Removing Cross-Border Capacity Bottlenecks in the European Natural Gas Market: A Proposed Merchant-Regulatory Mechanism,” Networks and Spatial Economics, vol. 15: pp. 149-181, 2015.
    2015-01-01
  • A Welfare Analysis of the Electricity Transmission Regulatory Regime in Germany
    Kemfert Claudia, Friedrich Kunz and Juan Rosellón (2016). A welfare analysis of electricity transmission planning in Germany, Energy Policy (2016), Vol. 94, Issue C, pp. 446-452; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2016.04.011
    2016-01-01
  • FTR Allocations to Ease Transition to Nodal Pricing: An Application to the German Power System
    Kunz, Friedrich, Karsten Neuhoff and Juan Rosellón (2016). FTR Allocations to Ease Transtition to Nodal Pricing: An Application to the German Power System, Energy Economics, 60, 176-185
    2015-01-01
  • Optimal Transmission Planning under the Mexican New Electricity Market
    Zenón, Eric and Juan Rosellón. Optimal Transmission Planning under the Mexican New Electricity Market, Energy Policy, 104 (2017), 349-360 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2017.02.006
    2016-01-01
  • Introduction of Nodal Pricing into the Mexican New Electricity Market through FTR Allocations
    Kunz, Friedrich, Juan Rosellón, and Claudia Kemfert. Introduction of Nodal Pricing into the new Mexican Electricity Market through FTR Allocations, The Energy Journal, Vol. 38, 2017 http://doi.org/10.5547/01956574.38.SI.1.fkun
    2016-01-01
  • Distributed photovoltaic power generation: Possibilities, benefits, and challenges for a widespread application in the Mexican residential sector
    Hancevid, Pedro I. Hector M. Nuñez and Juan Rosellón. Distributed Photovoltaic Power Generation: Possibilities, Benefits, and Challenges for a Widespread Application in the Mexican Residential Sector, Energy Policy 11(2017) 478-489 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2017.08.046
    2017-01-01
  • Optimal transmission tariff regulation for the Southern Baja-Californian elecricity network system
    Rubí Espinosa and Juan Rosellón. Optimal transmission tariff regulation for the Southern Baja-Californian elecricity network system, Investigación Económica, vol. LXXVI, núm. 301, julio-septiembre 2017, pp. 3-56
    2017-01-01
Documento de trabajo
  • A Profit-Maximizing Approach for Transmissiion Expansion Planning Using a Revenue-Cap Incentive Mechanism
    A Profit-Maximizing Approach for Transmissiion Expansion Planning Using a Revenue-Cap Incentive Mechanism, Discussión Papers 1470, DIW Berlin, 2015
    2015-01-01
  • A Welfare Analysis of the Electricity Transmission Regulatory Regime in Germany
    A Welfare Analysis of the Electricity Transmission Regulatory Regime in Germany, Discussion Papers, No. 1492, DIW Berlin, 2015 (coautores: Kemfert Claudia y Kunz Friedrich)
    2015-01-01
  • Optimal Transmission Planning under the Mexican New Electricity Market, México
    Rosellón Juan and Eric Zenón. Optimal Transmission Planning under the Mexican New Electricity Market, México, CIDE, DTE 598, 2016
    2016-01-01
  • Distributed Photovoltaic Power Generation: Possibilities, Benefits, and Challenges for a Widespread Application in the Mexican Residential Sector
    Pedro I. Hancevic, Hector M. Nuñez and Juan Rosellón. Distributed Photovoltaic Power Generation: Possibilities, Benefits, and Challenges for a Widespread Application in the Mexican Residential Sector, Discussion Papers 1663, DIW Berlin, 2017, 32 p.
    2017-01-01

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