Dr. Pedro Robalo

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Research Focus: 

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.

Unpublished Manuscripts

João Cotter Salvado and Pedro Robalo (2008). Oil Price Shocks and the Portuguese Economy Since the 1970s, FEUNL Working Paper Series wp529, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Economia.

Teaching Experience

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.