2014-2018: PhD in Economics. University of the Basque Country.
Advisors: Nagore Iriberri and Jaromir Kovarik
2014: M.A. in Economics: Tools for Economic Analysis. University of Oviedo, University of the Basque Country and University of Cantabria.
2014: B.A. in Economics. University of Oviedo.
2011: B.A. in Business Administration. University of Oviedo.
2018: Visiting PhD student, The Ohio State University.
2015: Climate Change: On the road to Paris 2015 Course, University of the Basque Country.
2013: Game Theory I, Game theory II, Model thinking, Stanford University, University of Michigan (Online courses via Coursera).
2012-13: Erasmus Scholarship Programme, University of economics in Katowice.
2012: Environmental Economics & Sustainable Development Summer School, London School of Economics & Political Science.
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Game Theory.
“Non-equilibrium Play in Centipede Games“ (with Nagore Iriberri and Jaromir Kovarik) Games and Economic Behavior, 2020, Vol(120), pp. 391–433.
“Naivete and Sophistication in Initial and Repeated Play in Games“ (2019) with Nagore Iriberri. Submitted.
“Do People Minimize Regret in Strategic Situations? A Level-k Comparison“ (Last version 2019). Submitted.
“Hot versus Cold Behavior in Centipede Games“ (2019) with Nagore Iriberri and Jaromir Kovarik.