Prof. Brañas-Garza joined Middlesex Business School in October 2012. Previously to joint us he was Professor of Economic Theory at the University of Granada (Spain) since 2008. He did his PhD in Quantitative Economics (1997) In the University of Córdoba (Spain). His research focuses on experimental games and economic behaviour. More specifically he works on Altruism and Cooperative Behaviour, Cognitive Abilities and Preferences.
He has published in leading journals such as Games & Economic Behavior, PLoS ONE, Proceedings Royal Society B, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Economics Letters, Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Money, Credit & Banking.
Experimental Economics, Microeconomics, Design of Experiments.
Research Outputs & Interests
Key areas of research interest: Experimental Game Theory, (experimental) Atruism and Cooperation, Cognitive Abilities, Large Experiments.
Doctoral students interested in Economics Experiments are welcome. Prof. Brañas-Garza has supervised 10 PhD students who published their work in journals such us GE&B, ExpEco, HealthEcon, JEBO, etc. All of them were placed in international institutions.
Kovářík, Jaromír and Branas-Garza, Pablo and Davidson, Michael W. and Haim, Dotan A. and Carcelli, Shannon and Fowler, James H. (2016) Digit ratio (2D:4D) and social integration: an effect of prenatal sex hormones. Network Science . ISSN 2050-1242 (Accepted/In press)
Branas-Garza, Pablo and Espín, Antonio M. and Herrmann, Benedikt and Kujal, Praveen and Nagel, Rosemarie (2016) Editorial: Prosocial and antisocial behavior in economic games. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 10 . ISSN 1662-5153