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RESEARCH in CREB

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Montse Vilalta

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Transcript of RESEARCH in CREB

Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
CREB: Centre de Recerca
en Economia del Benestar
(Research Center in Welfare Economics)

RESEARCH GROUP CREB
Utilities
Internal seminars
with active participation of PhD students.
Office
for PhD students in the department of Economic Theory.
International
research environment.

More info in http://www.creb.ub.edu/.
- Marta Arespa (EUI PhD)
- Samuel Calonge (UB PhD)
- Vahagn Jerbashian (CERGE-EI PhD)
- Antonio Manresa (Minnesota PhD)
- Xavier Raurich (UAB PhD)
- Marisol Rodríguez (UB PhD)
- Fernando Sánchez-Losada (UAB PhD)
- Santiago Sánchez-Pages (UAB PhD)
- Marc Teignier (Chicago PhD)
- Montserrat Vilalta-Bufí (UAB PhD)
Experimental Economics and Game Theory
Economic Growth
Sectoral composition
Structural change
Market imperfections
R&D and endogenous growth
Specific & general human capital
Technology adoption
Labor Economics
Human capital
Gender gaps and productivity
Unions
Over-education

International Economics
Financial integration and trade openness
Structural transformation and trade
Health Economics

Inequalities in health
Health care equity
Demand for health care
Labor Economics
Over-education
Entrepreneurship
Public and welfare economics
Biological characteristics and social preferences
Coalition formation
Conflict
Bargaining
Intergenerational mobility
METHODOLOGIES
Economic Theory
Overlapping generations models
Infinite horizon models
General equilibrium
Game theory
Empirics
Calibration
Marta Arespa
Xavier Raurich
Marc Teignier
Montse Vilalta-Bufi
Regressions
Vahagn Jerbashian
Marisol Rodriguez
Montse Vilalta-Bufi
Experiments
Santi Sánchez-Pages
Micro-simulations
Samuel Calonge
Antonio Manresa
Marta Arespa
Vahagn Jerbashian
Antonio Manresa
Xavier Raurich
Fernando Sánchez-Losada
Santi Sánchez-Pages
Marc Teignier
Montse Vilalta-Bufí
Xavier Raurich, Fernando Sánchez-Losada, Marc Teignier, Vahagn Jerbashian, Montse Vilalta-Bufí
Fernando Sánchez-Losada, Marc Teignier, Montse Vilalta-Bufí
Marta Arespa, Marc Teignier
Xavier Raurich, Montse Vilalta-Bufí, Marc Teignier
Altruism
Aspirations
Inequality
Fertility
Santi Sánchez-Pages
Marisol Rodriguez
Montse Vilalta-Bufí
Mechanism design
Computable general equilibrium models
Tax system
Inequality
Voting and elections
Antonio Manresa, Santi Sánchez-Pages, Samuel Calonge
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