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Francisco Escribano Sotos

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

Francisco Escribano Sotos

(PhD) in Economics and Business Administration, University of Castilla La Mancha, Degree in Economics and Business Administration University of Valencia.

Department: Economics and Finance

Associate profesor at University of Castilla-La Mancha

Director of CUFA GEstión Digital en Logística y Transporte

Director Curso de Formación Continua en Emprendimiento en Economía Social

Principal Research at R+D Economics, Nutricion and Social Services. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Publications in JCR journals: European Journal of Health Economics, Small Business Economics, Economic Modelling, Quaterly Business Research, Revista de Economía Aplicada, Innovar, Hernia, Cirugía Española, Gaceta Sanitaria, Hacienda Pública Española, Revista Española de Salud Pública.

Publications in Scopus Journals: Revista Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa, Ageing International, Journal of Promotion Management, Información Comercial Española. Revista de Economía, International Advances and Economic Research

Current Research Projects: Principal Investigator : ?Long-Term care in Castilla-La Mancha. Financing proposals, Regional Cultural Advisor.

Researcher: Economic, health and social impact of illnesses and health problems: information and tolos to evaluation public policies, Ministry of Economy and Finance, State Program Research+Development+Innovation 2013.

Supervisor of 9 PhD Students

Member of Ethics Committee for Clinical Research at Hospital Virgen de la Luz de Cuenca


Countries Spain;
Topics Access to care; Ageing in place; Artificial Intelligence; Care economy; Care Homes; Care in rural and other non-urban settings; Care inequalities; Co-production in LTC; COVID-19 and other infectious diseases and LTC; Data science; Deinstitutionalisation; Economics of LTC; Employment education and family carers; End-of-life care and LTC; Evaluation of LTC systems and services; Financing LTC; Governance and LTC systems organisation; Healthcare access in LTC; Housing and care; LTC Policy; LTC Systems; LTC Workforce; New models of care; Outcome measurement in LTC; Outcomes for unpaid/informal carers; Pain management in care homes; Person-centered care; Prevention and rehabilitation and LTC; Residential LTC services; Social Innovation in LTC; Survey measures; Unpaid / informal care;
Methods Analysis of administrative data; Case studies; Cost analysis; Data science and LTC research; Economic evaluation; Literature reviews and synthesis; Longitudinal data analysis; Panel data analysis; Quantitative data analysis; Questionnaire; Research ethics; Surveys; Systematic Review; Time series analysis;
Role Research;
Interest Groups Economics of Long-Term Care; Employment Education and Family carers; Long-Term Care in Spain; Long-Term Care Policy;
Research interests

Economics of Long Term-Care

Finance of Economic Sectors

Management of social and health care institutions.

Key publications
  1. Isabel Pardo-Garcia, Roberto Martinez-Lacoba, Pablo Moya-Martínez, Elisa Amo-Saus, Raúl del Pozo-Rubio, Francisco Escribano-Sotos: Mortality risk factors in the dependent population of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) before and during the first COVID-19 wave, Heliyon, Volume 10, Issue 7,

2. Martinez-Lacoba R, Pardo-Garcia I, Escribano-Sotos F. Aging, Dependence, and Long-Term Care: A Systematic Review of Employment Creation. INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing. 2021;58. doi:10.1177/00469580211062426

3. Martinez-Lacoba, R., Pardo-Garcia, I. & Escribano-Sotos, F. The reverse mortgage: a tool for funding long-term care and increasing public housing supply in Spain. J Hous and the Built Environ 36, 367–391 (2021).

4. María Pilar Sánchez González, Ángel Tejada Ponce, Francisco Escribano Sotos,
Interregional inequality and road accident rates in Spain, Accident Analysis & Prevention, Volume 135,
2020, 105347, ISSN 0001-4575,

5. del Pozo-Rubio, R., Mínguez-Salido, R., Pardo-García, I. et al. Catastrophic long-term care expenditure: associated socio-demographic and economic factors. Eur J Health Econ 20, 691–701 (2019).