Jordi Brandts, Leonie Gerhards, and Lydia Mechtenberg conduct an experiment to explore the social dynamics of public policy-making.
Ayelet Gneezy, Uri Gneezy, Joan Llull, and Pedro Rey-Biel conduct a field experiment on customer expectations and “pay-what-you-want” pricing.
Nagore Iriberri and Pedro Rey-Biel use data from a math contest to find out if competition has different effects on men and women.
Researchers in the Barcelona GSE community have written several widely-read articles on CEPR’s policy portal, VoxEU.
Giacomo De Giorgi and Michele Pellizzari have been awarded the RES Prize for their paper, “Understanding Social Interactions: Evidence from the Classroom”
Using a controlled lab experiment, Arthur Schram, Jordi Brandts, and Klarita Gërxhani find that women and men perform differently when they know beforehand that their results will be ranked and made public.