Associate professor Raül Santaeulalia has been awarded the "Pandemies 2020" Grant from AGAUR with the title "Real-Time Economic Policy Against a Pandemic when Government and Agents are Learning"
New Development Economics Summer School at Barcelona GSE
Associate professor Raül Santaeulalia will direct a brand new Barcelona GSE Summer School in Development Economics that will feature a networks course by Assistant professor Pau Milán and a course on RCTs by Pam Jakiela (Williams College) and Owen Ozier (World Bank).
SERIEs Award 2020 by the Spanish Economic Association
Associate professor Joan Llull has been awarded the SERIEs Award 2020 by the Asociación Española de Economía for "outsanding research contribution published in SERIEs"
Associate professor Francesc Obiols has just published a new article in the journal Covid Economics, Vetted and Real-Time Papers edited by the CEPR
Organizers :Albert Marcet, Joan Llull, Jordi Caballé and Raül Santaeulalia-Llopis.
Associate Professor Joan Llull has been appointed as Data Editor of The Economic Journal and an Editorioal Board member of The Review of Economic Studies.
Raul Santaeulàlia-Llopís has been awarded the Beatriz Galindo Senior Research Position Award by the Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades starting this academic year.
We are delighted to welcome two new hires to our department this year. Hanna Wang (PhD University of Pennsylvania) and Minyoung Rho (PhD Tepper Business School)
The Department will strengthen its research and teaching potential with the arrival of these new experts, who bring with them a diversity of backgrounds and skills.
The inaugural Lectures of the IDEA 2019-2020 academic year, took place on Friday September 20th, featuring Dr. Lorenzo Burlon (European Central Bank) and Dr. Antonio Cabrales (University College London)
Alex Ludwig from Goethe University at Frankfurt will be visiting the department for the whole academic year 2019-20.
Alex´s research interests are in the fields of dynamic macroeconomics with heterogeneous agents, public finance and computational economics.
Associate professor Antonio Miralles has won the AEJ Best Paper Award in microeconomics for his paper "A Pseudo-Market Approach to Allocation with Priorities" joint with Yinghua He, Marek Pycia, and Jianye Yan.