Short Bio

I am a CNRS Research Fellow (Junior Researcher) and have been at Université Paris Dauphine since 2015 as a member of LAMSADE and an associate member of JEP- LEDA. I am one of the organisers of the Roy-Adres Seminar at the Paris School of Economics since 2017 and a Professeur Chargé de Cours at the Department of Economics of the Ecole Polytechnique since 2018.

I did my undergraduate studies in Mathematics at UAM, Spain and then went for an M.Sc. in Economics at UCL, Belgium - My Ph.D. in Economics was at Ecole Polytechnique, France.


My research interests are Political Economy, Implementation, Game Theory and Experimental Economics. See here for my Google Scholar Page and here for a copy of my CV.


If you want to contact me send me an email to: matias.nunez at or call me at (+33) 1 44 05 41 98


- March 2019

A working paper on how voting rules can make voters more prone to agreements

with Philippos Louis and Dimitrios Xefteris

A working paper on Approval voting, Poisson games and Simulations

with François Durand and Antonin Macé

-September 2018

A paper on Large Elections and Incentives jointly with Marcus Pivato accepted in Games and Economic Behavior

- August 2018

A paper on how to implement the median with incomplete information with Carlos Pimienta and Dimitrios Xefteris: Implementing the Median

- May 2018

A theoretical working paper on Subgame Perfect Implementation with Remzi Sanver