|Jordi Massó has been elected as new Council Members of the Social Choice and Welfare Society|
|Pau Olivella has obtained the Royal Economic Society Prize 2013|
MOVE Fellow Pau Olivella, together with IDEA alumni Marcos Vera, has been selected as winners of the Royal Economic Society Prize for their paper: ‘Testing for Asymmetric Information in Private Health Insurance’. Read more.
|Second MOVE-ISER Workshop starts|
The II MOVE-ISER Workshops is being held next Wednesday, March 12, at UAB. Please find more information, including the program, here.
|MOVE's advisory committee member Suzanne Scotchmer passed away|
MOVE's advisory committee member Suzanne Scotchmer passed away on January 30, 2014.
|Nezih Guner’s Research featured in The Economist|
MOVE fellow Nezih Guner’s Research featured in The Economist. Read the article here.
|Jordi Caballé obtains a 2013 RecerCaixa grant|
MOVE fellow Jordi Caballé obtains a 2013 RecerCaixa grant. Read more here.
| Tomás Rodríguez Barraquer will be joining MOVE|
Tomás Rodríguez Barraquer will be joining MOVE from Stanford University in November 2013.
|MOVE Fellow Albert Marcet explains 2013 Nobel Laureates research|
MOVE Fellow Albert Marcet will be giving this year’s UAB lecture, explaining the research on price information in financial markets by the 2013 Nobel Laurates in Economics Eugene F. Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert J. The lecture will be held in catalan on November 6th at 12.00 at Graus Room at the UAB Economics and Bussines Administration Faculty. More information here.
| Postdoc positions at MOVE|
New Post Doctoral Positions have been opened at MOVE. Find more information at Current Job Openings.
|Salvador Barberà becomes member of the Academia Europaea|
MOVE Director Salvador Barberà has been invited to become member of the Academia Europaea. This association, founded in 1988, is formed by leading European researchers covering the full range of academic disciplines. Among its aims, the promotion of a wider appreciation of the value of European scholarship and research, making recommendations to national governments and international agencies concerning matters affecting science.