Roberto Rendeiro Martín-Cejas is a titular professor in the Faculty of Economy and Tourism at the University of Las Palmas of Gran Canaria. He is Industrial Engineer, Ph.D. in applied economics and Master in transport economics at the University of Leeds. He has authored several articles on airport and air transport and also actuated as peer-reviewed for several journals. In the past, he worked as a consultant for the World Bank in areas related to airport regulatory measures. He has participated in several research projects for the Spanish government as well.
Campos de Investigación
Transporte y medio ambiente, emisiones y cambio climático, movilidad sostenible.
Transporte “para” y “como” turismo.
Aeropuertos y transporte aéreo.
Martín-Cejas, R. R. (2021). Resident air transport subsidy impact on airport ground operations: Gran Canaria Airport case study. Case Studies on Transport Policy.
Sánchez, P. P. R., Ndiaye, A. B., & Martín-Cejas, R. R. (2020). European Environmental Policy for Road Transport: Analysis of the Perverse Effects Generated and Proposals for a Good Practice Guide. International Journal of Environmental and Ecological Engineering, 14(7), 516-521.
Sánchez, P. P. R., Ndiaye, A. B., & Martín-Cejas, R. R. (2019). Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVS): A possible perverse effect generated by environmental policies. International Journal of Transport Development and Integration.
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Martín-Cejas, R. R., & del Pino, F. L. (2017). Welfare gain from carbon tax applied to leisure air traffic. Journal of Spatial and Organizational Dynamics, 5(4), 471-480.
Aparicio, F. L., & MartÍN-Cejas, R. R. (2017). The economic and environmental benefits of runway capacity optimisation: The case of Gran Canaria Airport. Journal of Airport Management, 11(4), 420-435.
Martín-Cejas, R. R. (2006). Tourism service quality begins at the airport. Tourism Management, 27(5), 874-877.
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Martín-Cejas, R. R., & Sánchez, P. P. R. (2010). Ecological footprint analysis of road transport related to tourism activity: The case for Lanzarote Island. Tourism Management, 31(1), 98-103.
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Martı́n-Cejas, R. R. (2002). An approximation to the productive efficiency of the Spanish airports network through a deterministic cost frontier. Journal of Air Transport Management, 8(4), 233-238.
Tovar, B., & Martin-Cejas, R. R. (2009). Are outsourcing and non-aeronautical revenues important drivers in the efficiency of Spanish airports?. Journal of Air Transport Management, 15(5), 217-220.
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Tovar, B., & Martín-Cejas, R. R. (2010). Technical efficiency and productivity changes in Spanish airports: A parametric distance functions approach. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 46(2), 249-260.
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