Noemi Navarro (Université de Sherbrooke)

has obtained an Ikerbasque Research Fellowship at UPV/EHU

She will joint the department of Foundation of Economic Theory I in June 2013. Welcome! Here is Noemi's presentation:

My full name is Silvia Noemí Navarro Prada, although I use a shorter version, Noemí Navarro, for editorial purposes. I got an undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) and a PhD from Carlos III (same field, same country) under the supervision of Andrés Perea, currently Associate Professor at Maastricht University. I have done two post-docs, one at CRT, Université de Montréal, and another one at CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain. I have worked at Universidad de Navarra and Universidad de Malaga, both in Spain, and at Université de Sherbrooke, QC, Canada, the latter just before obtaining an Ikerbasque Research Fellowship.

I am a micro theorist, and I see myself more of a game theorist. My research interests gravitate around the economics of social networks, ranging from bargaining and allocation of the value of a network among its participants to consumption decision under network effects where there is uncertainty about the final size and shape of the network. I have also flirted with experiments (on bargaining) thanks to Róbert Veszteg, whom I met in Navarra (currently at Waseda University, Japan), with finance, thanks to Fabio Castiglionesi, a PhD co-student at Carlos III (currently at Tilburg University, Netherlands), and with transportation economics, thanks to the post doc I did in CRT, Université de Montréal, under the supervision of Róbert Gagné, already a few years ago.

My research up to now has been published in Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Psychology and Journal of Mathematical Economics.


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