Universidad de Valladolid

Reviewers: 54

38th in Spain

Reviews: 824

34th in Spain

Merit: 2,363

34th in Spain

Openness: 1.1

37th in Spain

Journal Editors at Universidad de Valladolid

Reviewers from Universidad de Valladolid

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    Félix J. López-Iturriaga

    Félix J. López-Iturriaga, is a Full Professor of Finance at the University of Valladolid (Spain) and is also affiliated with the NRU Higher School of Economics (Perm, Russia). He has been visiting scholar at Boston College, John Hopkins University (Baltimore), and Columbia University (New York). His main research topics are related to auditing, corporate finance, and corporate governance. He has papers published several books and papers in international journals such as Applied Economics, Applied Financial Economics, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of Management and Governance, Emerging Markets Review, Research Policy, and International Business Review.

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    Alcides Simão

    Research in organophosphorous compounds, by means of matrix-isolation infrared spectroscopy, as well as using molecular probes for hydrogen bonding studies Research in peptides and trace amines with neurological activity in gas-phase, using microwave spectroscopy with laser ablation., Theoretical work on molecular systems using "homemade" computer clusters, using ORCA, GAMESS, GAUSSIAN, and NBO

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    Rosa M. Coco-Martín

    Senior Lecturer of Ophthalmology at the IOBA, University of Valladolid

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    Miguel Vicente

    Miguel Vicente-Marino is Associate Professor and Head of Department of Sociology at the Universidad de Valladolid (Spain), where he teaches courses about Public Opinion and Communication Research Methods. He obtained his PhD at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, with a dissertation about the TV coverage of an environmental disaster which has obtained the award to the best PhD dissertation in the field of Journalism by Spanish Parliament.

    His main research fields are audience studies, environmental communication, public opinion and political communication, and qualitative research methods and software, leading to more than 40 scientific publications. During the last years he has participated in diverse regional, national and European research projects and networks, having completed research periods in European universities like Leicester, Westminster and Braga. He has been involved in ECREA since 2005, acting as the Secretary of the Executive Board since 2012. He is also the co-Vice Chair of the Audience Section at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).