Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Political Economy, Individual Decision Making.
Working Papers and Work in Progress
Pedro Robalo and Rei Sayag (2015). Paying is Believing: The Effect of Costly Information on Bayesian Updating. R&R at the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
Pedro Robalo, Arthur Schram and Joep Sonnemans (2016) Other-regarding Preferences, Group Identity and Political Participation: an Experiment. Journal of Economic Psychology (forthcoming).
Isabel Marcin, Pedro Robalo and Franziska Tausch (2016). Institutional Endogeneity and Third-party Punishment in Social Dilemmas. Preprints of the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods Bonn 2016/6. Submitted.
Pedro Robalo. The Microfoundaitons of Grassroots Mobilization: Evidence From the Laboratory. Experimental sessions completed.
Pedro Robalo and Rei Sayag. Eye-tracking Bayes: an Experiment on Belief Updating. Experimental sessions completed.
Susann Fiedler, Thomas de Haan and Pedro Robalo. The Cost of Worrying: The Productivity Impact of Pending Tasks.
Jens Grosser, Pedro Robalo and Arthur Schram. Voter Participation in Large Electorates: Experimental Evidence.
2015 – Guest Lecturer, Bonn University, undergraduate course: Pro-Seminar - Introduction to Scientific Methods.
2013 – Teaching Assistant, University of Amsterdam, undergraduate course: Game Theory.
2010 – Teaching Assistant, Tinbergen Institute, graduate course: Microeconomics - General Equilibrium.