Santiago Sanchez-Pages is Senior Lecturer in Economics in the Department of Political Economy. He obtained his PhD from Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona in 2003. After that he joined the University of Edinburgh and the University of Barcelona. His background is in economic theory, including bargaining, game theory and political economy, but one of his main research fields is also experimental economics.
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Office hours are by appointment.
Santi´s research interests are very diverse and include voting, participatory democracy, bargaining, coalition formation, the economics of conflict and contests, experimental economics, gender economics, personnel economics, and the biological foundations of economic behavior. He has published papers in Economics, Political Science and Behavioral Science journals.
The Economics of Politics (Undergraduate)
Mathematics for Economics (Undergraduate)
Game Theory (Postgraduate)
Santiago is interested in supervising on the following topics:
- Quantitative Political Economy
- Game Theory and Bargaining
- Experimental and Behavioural Economics
- Gender and Labour Economics