Jose Apesteguia

Jose Apesteguia

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Social & Behavioural Sciences

Jose Apesteguia received his PhD in Economics from the Public University of Navarra in 2001. Since then he has been at the University of Bonn as a post-doc and at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, first as a "Ramón y Cajal" fellow and then as an ICREA Research Professor.

Research interests

In my research I study individual decision-making with an emphasis on its psychological foundations. I use theoretical tools as well as adopt an empirical approach to try to better understand individual decision-making, and to improve the predictive power of the decision-making models in economic environments.

Selected publications

- Apesteguia J, OechsslerJ & WeidenholzerJ 2020, 'Copy Trading', Management Science, 66, 12.

Selected research activities

-Seminar invitations: McGill University in Montreal, November 2020; Caltech Economic Theory, July 2020.

-Workshop participation: Workshop in Experiments, Revealed Preferences, and Decisions (Online), June 2020;  Loyola Workshop on Economic Decisions, Seville, March 2020.

-Research visit: University of Oxford.

-Scientific Committee: "Bounded Rationality in Choice" Annual Meetings, Spanish Economic Association Meeting, European Economic Association Meeting.