- Short vita -
My full name is Silvia Noemí Navarro Prada, although I use a shorter version, Noemí Navarro, for editorial purposes. I got an undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) and a PhD from Carlos III (same field, same country) under the supervision of Andrés Perea, currently Associate Professor at Maastricht University. I have done two post-docs, one at CRT, Université de Montréal, and another one at CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain. I have worked at Universidad de Navarra, Universidad de Malaga, and in University of the Basque Country, all in Spain, and at Université de Sherbrooke, QC, Canada. I have joined the faculty of economics, management and business of University of Bordeaux in September 2015.
I am a micro theorist, and I see myself more of a game theorist. My research interests gravitate around the economics of social networks, ranging from bargaining and allocation of the value of a network among its participants to consumption decision under network effects where there is uncertainty about the final size and shape of the network. I have also done some experiments (on bilateral bargaining) with Róbert Veszteg, whom I met in Navarra (currently at Waseda University, Japan), worked in financial networks, with Fabio Castiglionesi, a PhD co-student at Carlos III (currently at Tilburg University, Netherlands), and on transportation economics, thanks to the post doc I did in CRT, Université de Montréal, under the supervision of Róbert Gagné, already a few years ago. I am currently interested in the decline of use of minority languages, topic I am working on with Annick Laruelle and Ramón Escobedo, whom I met in Bilbao, Spain, and in the effects of infant risk rejection of healthy food on the consumption patters by lower income household, topic I am working on with Samuel Danthine, whom I met in Montréal.
My research up to now has been published in Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, The BE Journal of Theoretical Economics, and Sociological Methods and Research. Please feel free to navigate below and thank you for your visit.