Team Categories: Economic Sciences

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    Mas-Collel, Andreu

    Andreu Mas-Colell is currently Emeritus Professor of Economics at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. Formerly he was Professor of Economics at Harvard University (1981-96), Professor of Economics and Mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley (1972-80) and Chairman of the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (2006-2010).

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    Nagel, Rosemari

    ICREA research professor in the area of experimental and behavioral economics and the director of the Behavioral Science Laboratory (BESLab) at the department of Economics and Business, University Pompeu Fabra since 2007. She received her PhD in economics in 1994 with Reinhard Selten (Nobel Laureate, 1994) at Bonn University. After her postdoc with Alvin Roth (Nobel Laureate, 2012) at the University of Pittsburgh (1994-1995), she joined the University Pompeu Fabra in 1995.

    She is best known through her work on behavioral reasoning in Keynesian Beauty Contests, with economic lab and field experiments, and neuroeconomic studies.

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    Puy, M. Socorro

    Professor of Economics at the Universidad de Málaga. She graduated in Economics at the Universidad Pública de Navarra (1993) and received her PhD in Economics from the Quantitative Economic Doctorate at the Universidad de Alicante (1998).

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  • gonzalez-lopez-valcarcel-beatriz

    Gonzalez Lopez-Valcarcel, Beatriz

    PhD in Economics and Professor of Quantitative Methods in Economics and Management at the University of Las Palmas de GC. Professor in postgraduate and doctorate courses in dozens of Spanish and foreign universities.

    Research in Health Economics, with particular interest in the Economics of Public Health and Prevention (obesity, tobacco, social inequalities in health), labor markets and human resources planning, adoption and dissemination of new health technologies, Pharmacoeconomics. Leader of research projects of the National R & D Plan and of the Framework programs VI and VII of the EU (Spanish node). Five six-year positive evaluations of research (sexenios) by the National Evaluation Commission.

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    Herrrero, Carmen

    Doctor in Mathematics, Professor at the University of Alicante, and Researcher at Ivie. Honorary Degree in Economics by the University of Granada, 2014, and Rey Jaime I Prize in Economics, 2017.
    Main field of research: justice and equity, health economics and mathematical economics.

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  • de-la-rica-sara

    De la Rica, Sara

    Full Professor of Economics at the University of the Basque Country (Spain), Associate Research Fellow at FEDEA (Spanish Foundation of Applied Economics), at the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA) in Bonn, and at the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CreAM) in London. She leads the research team ISEAK (Initiative for socio-economic analysis and Knowledge). She was the President of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) in 2012, and President of the Spanish Committee of Women Studies in Economics (COSME) in 2012-2013. She has been Co-editor of the Academic Journal IZA Journal of European Studies, 2012-2016. She has been involved in collaborative projects with National and Regional Labour Policy Institutions and also with the European Commision in a Peer Review Tender on Activating Measures for Unemployed Workers.

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  • corchon-luis-c

    Corchon, Luis C.

    Born in Madrid (1949). He graduated in economics in Complutense University of Madrid and obtained a Ph.D. from London School of Economics. He has worked in the following universities, Complutense, Alicante, Pompeu Fabra and Carlos III where he is full professor since 1998 and where he was chairman in 2004-7. He has been a visiting scholar in the universities of Rochester, Harvard, Stanford, NYU, Cambridge (GB) and Northwestern.
    His research has focussed in three topics. Competition among few firms and the welfare losses caused by this kind of competition, the design of resource allocation mechanisms alternative to the market with special emphasis in the case in which the planner cannot commit to a mechanism and the theory of contests, specially on how to incentivize peace in the shadow of a war.

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    Cabrales, Antonio

    Professor and Head of the department of Economics at University College London. Formerly, he was a professor at Universidad Carlos III in Madrid, and Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. He is also the executive vice president of the European Economic Association and former president of the Spanish Economic Association. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego.

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  • salas-vicente

    Salas, Vicente

    He was born: 18-04-1951

    Professor of Business Economics

    Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales

    Universidad de Zaragoza

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  • perez-garcia-francisco

    Perez-Garcia, Francisco

    He is graduated (with special honors and National Graduation Award) and obtained his PhD in Economics at the Universitat de Valencia. He is Professor of Economic Analysis at the Universitat de Valencia and Research Director of the Ivie.

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