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Villasante Sebastian

Villasante Sebastian, fisheries economist. Achievements include invention of global seafood market performance index. Recipient Yamamoto prize & INESMA prize, Japanese International Research Society & INESMA, since 2009.

Education

  • Bachelor, Faculty Law and Science Society, Buenos Aires, 2000. Master of Science in Fisheries Economics, University Santiago Compostela, 2008. Doctor of Philosophy in Fisheries Economics, University Santiago Compostela, 2009.

Career

  • Visiting researcher Center National Patagonico, Puerto Madryn, Argentina, since 2010. Karl-Göran Mäler scholar Beijer Institute Ecological Economics & Resilience Stockholm Center, Sweden, since 2009. Postdoctoral fellow School Environmental Sciences, University East Anglia, England, since 2009.

    Visiting student Fisheries Center, University British Columbia, Canada, 2005—2006. Consultant United Nations Environmental Program "Biodiversity & Ecosys. Services Latin America: fisheries", since 2009, Agenda 21 and fisheries in the Death Coast, Devalar, 2008.

    Member Integrated Coastal Zone, Spain. Science advisor Revision & Assessment Latin American & Caribbean Environmental Economics Program.

Major achievements

  • Achievements include invention of global seafood market performance index.

Membership

Volunteer Prestige Oil Spill Galician Coasts, Spain, 2002. Member of European Association Environmental & Resources Economics, N. American Association Fisheries Economics, International Institute Fisheries Economics & Trade, International Society Ecological Economics, American Fisheries Society.

Personality

Interests

Travel.

Connections

  • Married Marcela Vázquez Sebastian. 1 child Sofia.
  • spouse: Marcela Vázquez Sebastian
  • child: Sofia Sebastian
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  • 2008
    University Santiago Compostela
  • 2009
    University Santiago Compostela
  • 2005 - 2006
    visiting student Fisheries Center
    Canada
  • 2009
    Karl-G+, Beijer Institute Ecological Economics & Resilience Stockholm Center
    Sweden
  • 2009
    postdoctoral fellow, School Environmental Sciences
    England, Arkansas, United States
  • 2010
    Visiting researcher, Center National Patagonico
    Puerto Madryn, Chubut, Argentina