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Albert Marcet has been awarded the 2016 Rey Jaume I prize in Economics
Albert Marcet (ICREA Research Professor, IAE-CSIC) was awarded this year's Rey Jaume I prize in Economics for his macroeconomic research that has contributed to "improvements in the analytical instruments used by central banks and governments."

Upcoming Workshops

 
Priorat Workshop in Theoretical Political Science, July 7 9 2016
This workshop is organized by Enriqueta Aragonès (IAE-CSIC), Ethan Bueno de Mesquita (Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago), Andrea Mattozzi (European University Institute), Thomas Palfrey (California Institute of Technology), John Patty (University of Chicago), and Elizabeth Maggie Penn (University of Chicago).

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Recent Publications

 
"Imperfectly Informed Voters and Strategic Extremism"
Enriqueta Aragonès and Dimitrios Xefteris, forthcoming in International Economic Review.

"Stand by Me - Experiments on Help and Commitment in Coordination Games"

Jordi Brandts, David Cooper, Enrique Fatas and Shi Qi, forthcoming in Management Science.

"Stock Market Volatility and Learning"
Albert Marcet, Klaus Adam and Juan Pablo Nicolini, Journal of Finance, 71(1), 2016, 33-82.

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Recent Working Papers

 
"Supply Function Competition, Private Information, and Market Power: A Laboratory Studyy"
Anna Bayona, Jordi Brandts and Xavier Vives, Barcelona GSE Working Paper No. 916 - July 2016

"The Microeconomics of Corruption. A Review of Thirty Years of Research"
Roberto Burguet, Juan-José Ganuza and José García-Montalvo, Barcelona GSE Working Paper No. 908 - June 2016

"Predation, Protection and Productivity: A Firm-Level Perspective"
Timothy Besley and Hannes Mueller, Barcelona GSE Working Paper No. 900 - April 2016

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In the Media

 
2015-12-04: Lídia Farré on terrorism and integration of immigrants, Ara
In an article in the newspaper Ara, Lídia Farré (UB and IAE-CSIC) discusses the integration of immigrants in Spain and how, in a wider context, acts of terrorism could hamper integration and consequently give rise to social and economic conflicts.

2015-10-28: Barcelona Graduate School of Economics receives 2nd Severo Ochoa Research Excellence Distinction
The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, of which the Institute for Economic Analysis is an academic unit, has been selected to receive its second Severo Ochoa Research Excellence Distinction (2016-2019) from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

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