is interested in how individuals and groups explore, process, and integrate symbolic information and experienced information when making decisions.
Lara Ezquerra Guerra
is interested in behavioural and experimental economics, in particular topics such as dishonesty, risk taking, labor markets, and environmental interventions.
Thomas K.A. Woiczyk
studies how individuals form judgments about categories such as social groups and how those in turn affect decision making.
is interested in belief elicitation and the relationship between creativity and incentives.
is interested in applied microeconomics, in particular economics of education and rent-seeking contests.
is interested in consumer psychology, mainly in the context of prosocial decisions and sustainable behaviors.
Antoni Rubí Barceló
is interested in analyzing the decisions in games or strategic situations from both a theoretical and an experimental approach.
José María Carretero Gómez
is interested in how practitioners perceive or use analytical aids to help their decision making, mainly in the context of human resource management.
is interested in behavioural and experimental economics. In particular, how attitudes towards risks and losses influence decision making.
Carlos Rey Romero
is interested in decision-making with a specific focus on loss aversion and related cognitive processes.