Professor Enrique Fatas MSc Economics, University of Valencia (Spain); PhD in Economics, University of Valencia (Spain)
Behavioural economics, Organizational Behaviour, Public Economics, Political Economy of Conflict, Industrial Organization, Behavioural Public Policy
I am a behavioural scientist with a background in Economics. Among other funding bodies, the Economic and Social Research Council, the National Science Foundation, the European Union, and the World Bank have funded my research.
I am currently doing laboratory and field work on the behavioural consequences of conflict, the determinants of social change, and behavioural models of bounded rationality.
Senior research fellow at the Center for Experimental Social Science (Nuffield College at Oxford and University of Santiago), the Behavioural Ethics Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA), and the Rosario Experimental and Behavioural Economics Laboratory (REBEL) at the Universidad del Rosario (Bogota, Colombia).
- “Preference conformism: An Experiment”, 2018, European Economic Review, 105, 75-82, joint with Shaun Hargreaves-Heap and David Rojo-Arjona.
- “Stand by me. Experiments on help and commitment in coordination games”, Management Science, 2016, 62 (10) 2916-2936, joint with David Cooper, Jordi Brandts and Shi Qi.
- “Excludability. An experimental analysis of team production”, 2015, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 114, 13-26, joint with Rachel Croson and Tibor Neugebauer.
- “Global Social Identity and Global Cooperation”, 2011, Psychological Science, 22, 6, 821-828, joint with Nancy Buchan, Marilynn Brewer, Gianluca Grimalda, Rick Wilson and Margaret Foddy.
- “Globalization and Human Cooperation”, 2009, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106, 11, 4138–4142. Joint with Marylinn Brewer, Nancy Buchan, Margaret Foddy, Gianluca Grimalda and Rick Wilson.