Miguel Vazquez is the Head of the Energy Innovation Area at FSR (launghing in September 2018) and Part-time Professor at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (European University Instititute). His interdisciplinary research work focuses on energy market design and innovation policies in the context of the energy transition.
In his career, Miguel advised governments, regulatory authorities, utilities, industrial associations and multilateral institutions on gas and electricity industries matters in Europe, Latin America and Asia. He also developed quantitative models for both short- and long-term studies of energy markets.
Miguel holds a Ph.D in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas and he is currently Visiting Scholar at the George Washington University, Washington DC, USA.
M. Vazquez, M. Hallack, Y. Perez, “The dynamics of institutional and organizational change in emergent industries: The case of electric vehicles”. Accepted for publication in the International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management.
M. Vazquez, M. Hallack, “The role of regulatory learning in energy transition: The case of solar PV in Brazil”, Energy Policy 114, 465-481, 2018.
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Specialised Training on Regulation of Gas Markets (Instructor)
Introduction to the Regulation of Gas Markets (Instructor)
Regulation for Universal Access to Energy (Instructor)
Expert before the committees for the Brazilian gas market reform
Institutional drivers for infrastructure investment: Long-term financing. For IPEA (Government’s Economic Think Tank), Brazil