Mario Gonzalez Sauri PhD candidate

PhD fellow

Research group(s):
1. Economics of Knowledge and Innovation

I apply econometric, bibliometric, network analysis and algorithms to study science systems, particularly in Latin America and Mexico. I'm interested in the analysis of science dynamics for development and policy making. My research focuses on estimating the impact of research collaboration and network structure on scientific productivity and impact. Furthermore, I study how the stratification of universities by prestige affects the future career of scholars.  My current research is centred on estimating the effect of foreign versus local PhD training and its effect on scientific achievement.

Selected publications by Mario Gonzalez Sauri

Articles (journal, professional, popular)
Gonzalez Sauri, Mario & Giulia Rossello, 2022, The Role of Early-Career University Prestige Stratification on the Future Academic Performance of Scholars, Research in Higher Education, Online, DOI: 10.1007/s11162-022-09679-7, More information

UNU-MERIT Working Papers
Konda, Bruhan, Mario Gonzalez Sauri, Robin Cowan, Yashodha Yashodha & Prakashan Chellattan Veettill, 2021, Social networks and agricultural performance: A multiplex analysis of interactions among Indian rice farmers, UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2021-030
Gonzalez Sauri, Mario & Giulia Rossello, 2019, The role of early-career university prestige stratification on the future academic performance of scholars, UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2019-018

External working papers
Calzada Olvera, Beatriz, Mario Gonzalez Sauri, David Harings-Moya & Federico Louvin, 2021, COVID-19 in Central America: effects of firm resilience and policy responses on employment