Dr Patricia Esteve-GonzalezTeaching Associate
I am interested in studying the role of institutions in competitive settings and their influence on competitors’ incentives. I have applied theoretical methodologies to analyse the effects of biasing competitions (public procurement and affirmative action) and empirical methodologies to study the political parties’ behaviours depending on the economic environment (European Union). Overall, my research fields are Applied Microeconomics, Industrial Organization and Political Economy.
ECON103 Quantitative Methods for Economics
ECON207 Managerial Economics
ECON220 Intermediate Microeconomics 1
ECON221 Intermediate Microeconomics 2
ECON228 Game Theory
The Economic Determinants of Party Support for European Integration
Esteve-Gonzalez, P., Theilen, B. 25/07/2017 In: Acta Politica.
Moral hazard in repeated procurement of services
Esteve-Gonzalez, P. 09/2016 In: International Journal of Industrial Organization. 48, p. 244-269. 26 p.
Affirmative Action through Extra Prizes
Dahm, M., Esteve-Gonzalez, P. 2014
European Integragion: Partisan Motives or Economic Benefits?
Esteve-Gonzalez, P., Theilen, B. 2014