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Adrián Hernández Martín is an Economic Analyst of the Fiscal Policy Analysis team at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC). Currently he works on the development and maintenance of the European microsimulation model EUROMOD and contributes to the assessment of tax and benefit reforms in the context of the European Semester policy framework. Furthermore, he has contributed to several cross-country studies on inequality and poverty issues.
Before joining the JRC in November 2017, he worked as a fellow researcher at the Spanish Institute of Fiscal Studies (2014-2017), where he was involved in the evaluation of public policies.
Adrián holds a Msc in Applied Economics (2014) from the Complutense University of Madrid and from the University of Alcala.
His main research interests are on the field of public economics, focusing in particular on poverty, inequality and redistribution topics.