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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Regional Economics Applications Laboratory

Andre Fernandes Tomon Avelino

Andre Avelino

PhD Candidate
Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics

E-mail: fernan17@illinois.edu
Website: sites.google.com/view/andreavelino


Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, expected 2018
B.S. Economics, University of Sao Paulo (USP), 2010

Research Areas

Regional Economics
Input-Output Analysis
Natural Disasters
Environmental Economics


Avelino, A., and Dall'erba, S. (2018). Comparing the economic impact of natural disasters generated by different input-output models. An application to the 2007 Chehalis River Flood (WA). Risk Analysis, forthcoming. [Full Paper]

Dominguez, F., Dall'erba, S., Huang, S., Avelino, A., Mehran, A., Hu, H., Schmidt, A., Schick, L., and Lettenmaier, D. (2018). Tracking an Atmospheric River in a Warmer Climate: from Water Vapor to Economic Impacts. Earth System Dynamics, 9, 249-266. [Full Paper]

Avelino, A. (2017). Disaggregating Input-Output Tables in Time: the Temporal Input-Output Framework. Economic Systems Research, 29(3), 313-334. [Full Paper]

Carrascal, A., Avelino, A., and Franco, A. (2017). Gray water and environmental externalities: International patterns of water pollution through a structural decomposition analysis. Journal of Cleaner Production, 165, 1174-1187. [Full Paper]

Avelino, A., Baylis, K., and Honey-Roses, J. (2016). Goldilocks and the Raster Grid: Selecting Scale when Evaluating Conservation Programs. PLOS ONE, 11(12). [Full Paper]

Working Papers

The Challenge of Estimating the Impact of Disasters: many approaches, many limitations and a compromise (with Geoffrey Hewings) (submitted as a chapter for the second edition of the book Modeling Spatial and Economic Impacts of Disasters) [WP Version]

Revisiting the Temporal Leontief Inverse: new insights on regional structural change (with Andre Carrascal and Alberto Franco) (revise and resubmitted to Economic Systems Research)

The Seasonal Structure of the US Economy: estimation of interindustrial linkages at national, state and county levels

An Extended Input-Output Model to Evaluate the Impact of Pension Spending on the Spanish Economy (with Fernando Bermejo and Eladio Febrero)

A Social-Environmental Regional Sequential Interindustry Economic Model for Energy Planning: Evaluating the Impacts of New Power Plants in Brazil (with Geoffrey Hewings and Joaquim Guilhoto) [WP Version]

Research in Progress

Following the Buck: Externalities of American Households in an Evolving Trading World (with Andre Carrascal and Alberto Franco)

Now Hiring: Seasonal Labor Requirements through a Quarterly I-O model (with Andre Carrascal, Alberto Franco and Diana Gutierrez)

Can the Urban Sprawl of Madrid affect the Spanish National Economic Structure? A Multi-region, Multi-sectoral Perspective (with Fernando Rubiera and Fernando Bermejo)