Pablo Ignacio Soto Mota
Norwegian School of Economics
Department of Economics
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Unethical Behavior, Cooperation, Public Policy Design
Ph.D. Research Scholar
Norwegian School of Economics – FAIR
Supervisors: Mathias Ekström and Bertil Tungodden
Core Ph.D. level courses: Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Econometrics, Scientific Methods.
Field Ph.D. level courses: Identification Through Experiments (Lise Vesterlund), Randomized Control Trials in Social Sciences (Eric Bettinger), Economics of Corruption (Johann Graf Lambsdorff).
El Colegio de México
Supervisor: Julen Berasaluce Iza
Dissertation: Relation between expected salaries and demand of bachelor degrees.
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Supervisor: Alexander Elbittar Hein
Dissertation: Resale Price Maintenance at the Editorial Industry. The fixed book price agreement in Mexico.
Overseas student exchange program: Universidad de Sevilla (Aug. 2011 – Feb. 2012)
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
100% course credits completed.
Junior Researcher – National Lab for Public Policy
I worked on projects of the Innovation, Experimentation and Behavioral Unit. The objective of this unit is to apply behavioral sciences to Public Policy. In specific, I focused on project about honesty of public servants, motivation of police officers, and the prevention of discrimination in the provision of public services.
Research Assistant to Prof. Kurt Unger Rubin (CIDE).