CV

To download my CV click here

Lara Ezquerra

Visiting Lecturer

University of the Balearic Islands

Universitat de les Illes Balears. Department of Business Economics. Ctra. De Valldemossa km 7.5, Ed. Jovellanos, 07122 Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

PERSONAL

  • Birth date: 18/05/1990; Citizenship: Spanish
  • Webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/laraezquerraweb/
  • E-mail: lezquerra001@gmail.com

EDUCATION

  • PhD in Economics, Middlesex University London (2017)
  • PGC in Higher Education, Middlesex University London (2017)
  • MSc in Economics, University of the Basque Country (2013)
  • BA in Business Administration, University of the Basque Country (2012)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Behavioural and Experimental Economics.

TEACHING

  • University of the Balearic Islands
      • Introduction to Business , 2017-2018
      • Estrategy (MsC), 2017-2018
  • Middlesex University London:
      • Assistant for Quantitative Techniques, 2016/17
      • Assistant for Microeconomics, 2016/17
      • Assistant for Macroeconomics, 2016/17
      • Assistant for Econometrics, 2016/17
      • Assistant for Financial Aspects of Business, 2014/15 and 2015/16
      • Assistant for Business economics, 2015/16

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

  • London PhD Experimental Economics Workshop (2015 and 2016), Co-organiser
  • London Experimental Workshop (2014, 2015 and 2016), Co-organiser

GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  • PhD scholarship awarded by Middlesex university London, 2014-2017
  • Research funds granted from Middlesex University London, 2015
  • Royal Economic Society small project fund, 2015

PUBLICATIONS

  • Cheating, incentives and Money Manipulation (joint with G. Charness, C. Blanco and I. Rodríguez-Lara). Experimental Economics, (2018), pages 1-23
  • Gender Differences in Cheating: Loss vs Gain framing (joint with J. Kolev and I. Rodríguez-Lara). Economics Letters, (2018), Vol. 163, pages 46-49.

WORK IN PROGRESS

  • Size and Resource Limitations within Teams
  • Distributional Consequences of Endogenous and Compulsory Delegation (joint with P. Kujal)
  • Gender Differences in Endogenous and Compulsory delegation (joint with P. Kujal)
  • Delegating Lies (joint with P. Kujal and I. Rodríguez-Lara)

PRESENTATION IN CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOP

  • Society for the Advancement of Judgement and Decision Making Symposium, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, November 2018
  • ESA World Meeting, Berlin (Germany), June 2018
  • Simposio de Análisis Económico (SAEe), Barcelona (Spain), December 2017
  • Seminar, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, February 2017
  • Seminar, Universidad de Navarra, February 2017
  • Seminar, University of the Balearic Islands, January 2017
  • Simposio de Análisis Económico (SAEe), Bilbao (Spain), December 2016
  • Annual Conference, Middlesex University London, July 2016
  • London Experimental Economics Workshop, Queen Mary University, June 2016
  • Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, University of Sussex, March 2016
  • Brown Bag seminar, University of the Basque Country, February 2016
  • Brown Bag seminar, Middlesex University London, January 2016
  • Annual Conference, Middlesex University London, July 2015
  • London Experimental Workshop, Middlesex University London, November 2015
  • Brown Bag seminar, Middlesex University London, November 2015
  • PhD Decision Making Workshop, University of Birmingham, October 2015
  • London PhD Experimental Economics Workshop, Middlesex University London, December 2014

OTHER COURSES AND WORKSHOPS

  • Spring School in Behavioural Economics, San Diego, March 2017
  • Behavioural Game Theory, Summer School UEA, July 2015
  • Economic Design Workshop , Exeter University, July 2015
  • Z-tree Workshop , London Behavioural and Experimental Economics Group, February 2015
  • Statistics course , Middlesex University, October-January 2016

TEACHING MATERIALS

  • Financial Aspects of Business (seminars and online materials)

LANGUAGES

  • Spanish: native
  • English: fluent
  • French: intermediate
  • Basque: intermediate

REFERENCES

Prof. Praveen Kujal

Professor of Economics

Head of the Economics Department

Business School, Middlesex University

E-mail: pkujal@gmail.com


Prof. Pablo Branas-Garza

Professor of Behavioural Economics

Loyola Andalucia University

E-mail: branasgarza@gmail.com


Dr.Ismael Rodriguez-Lara

Senior Lecturer of Economics

Universidad de Granada

E-mail: I.Rodriguez-Lara@mdx.ac.uk


Prof. Maria Paz Espinosa

Professor of Economics

University of the Basque Country

E-mail: mariapaz.espinosa@ehu.es