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.
“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.
“Non-equilibrium Play in Centipede Games“ (Last version 2018) with Nagore Iriberri and Jaromir Kovarik. Submitted.