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Dra. Arantza Murillas Maza
Principal Researcher

Foto de Alberto AnsuategiPhD in Economics, “Doctorate in Economic Analysis and Public Economy”, Department of Fundaments of the Economic Analysis of the University of the Basque Country (1997-2001). Dissertation: “Optimal Valuation and Management of Fishing Resources under Sole owner and Common Property Regulation”. She worked for three years (2000-2003) in the Department of Applied Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Vigo, Spain, where she also participated in the “Natural Resources-Fisheries” research unit having been involved in several EU funded projects (Fishery Regulation and Economic Responses of Fishermen: perceptions and compliance (EU-004-00); Data on Economic Performance of the Fisheries Sector (EU-033-01)). She has worked since 2004 in the marine research division of AZTI in the field of the marine socio-economics, first as senior researcher and afterwards as principal researcher (2007 onwards). She has worked full time for years on more than 20 European projects mainly in relation with the natural resource valuation, valuation of ecosystem services, impact economic assessment, price formation, markets, fisheries management, economic valuation of the European Policies: the Commom Fishery Policy and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), the socio-economics effects of human maritime activities on marine ecosystems, the cost-effectiveness of monitoring of marine waters in the context of the European policies, in particular, the MSFD.

Some of the projects are the European Lifestyles and Marine Ecosystems (ELME); Creation of Multiannual Management Plans for Commitment (COMMIT)); Operational Evaluation Tools for Fisheries Management Options (EFIMAS); Valuation of the natural resources in Spain (VANE); Comparative Evaluations of Innovative Solutions in European Fisheries Management (CEVIS); Artisanal Fisheries Observatory (OCIPESCA), Mitigating Adverse Ecological impacts of open ocean fisheries (MADE); Sustainable Development of the Artisanal fisheries along the Atlantic Arc (PRESPO), Socio economic effects of management measures of the future CFP (SOCIOEC), and the DEVelopment Of innovative Tools for understanding marine biodiversity and assessing good Environmental Status (DEVOTES).

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