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Faculty Areas of Supervision

Prospective applicants should look closely at the research interests specified by the professors in their personal Web pages. These will provide the clearest idea of the kinds of research topics that are supervised at the EUI. It should not be assumed that the interests listed are the only topics those professors will supervise, but they should serve as a useful guide. Specific research interests of the professors who are available to supervise new researchers are set out below.

In the application form you are encouraged to list the names of potential supervisors for your research. Faculty members will then become aware that you consider them as potential supervisors. However, you should not contact them and ask them for advice, as this could undermine the competitiveness and fairness of our selection procedure.

 

Árpád Ábrahám

Professor of Macroeconomics

Research themes: Macroeconomics, Dynamic Contracts, Incomplete Markets, Quantitative Methods.

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Michele_Belot

Michele Belot

Professor of Economics

Behavioral Economics, Economics of Education and Applied Econometrics

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NinaBobkova

Nina Bobkova

Assistant Professor of Economics

Microeconomic Theory, Information Design and Choice, Auction Theory, Social Learning and Mechanism Design

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Jesús Bueren

Assistant Professor of Economics

Quantitative macroeconomics, Applied econometrics

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Giacomo Calzolari

Professor of Economics

Industrial  Organization  and  Competition  Policy; Auctions  and  Procurement; Economics  of  Regulation; Banking; Banking  Regulation and  supervision; Experiments  and  Behavioral  Economics; Mechanism  Design; Incentives  and  Contract  Theory; Information  Economics

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Russell Cooper

Professor of Economics

Macroeconomics; International Economics; Applied Econometrics; Industrial Organization

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JuanDolado2

Juan J. Dolado

Professor of Econometrics

Research themes: Analysis of Labor Markets, Gender Economics, International Economics, Monetary Economics, Time Series Econometrics and Forecasting.

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AndreaIchino

Andrea Ichino

Professor of Applied Economics

Research themes: Labor Economics, Economics of education, Economics of the family, Law and economics, Gender studies, Group interactions and network effects, Intergenerational social mobility and income inequality, Rigidity and flexibility in European labour markets, Personnel economics, Causality in econometrics.

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Philipp Kircher

Professor of Economics

Allocation of Resources in Markets with Search Frictions, Theory, Labor

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David K Levine

David K. Levine

Professor of Microeconomics

Research themes: Game Theory, General Equilibrium Theory, Microeconomic Theory, Quantitative Methods.

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RamonMarimon

Ramon Marimon

Professor of Economics

Research themes: Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory, Labour Theory, Contract Theory, Learning Theory, Economics of Innovation, Science and Technology Policy, Political Economy.

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AndreaMattozzi4

Andrea Mattozzi

Professor of Microeconomics

Research themes: Political Economy, Microeconomics, Public Economics.

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