Dr. Joris Gillet

    Lecturer in Behavioural Economics

    Experimental economist. Studied economics and psychology at the universities of Amsterdam and Exeter. Did PhD at the Center for Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making (CREED) at the Univerisity of Amsterdam. Worked previously as post-doc at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK and at the University of Osnabrück, Germany.

      Dr. Jose María Ortiz Gomez

      Lecturer in Economics

      Associate Lecturer at the Department of Economics of Middlesex University. Previously, he has completed my Ph.D. at Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona at the Department of Business. His advisor was Jordi Brandts. Before moving to Barcelona, he received a Bachelor of Economics and a MA of Business Economics from Universidad de Granada.

      Dr. Tanya O’Garra

      Lecturer in Economics

      Dr. Tanya O’Garra joined us in July 2016. She has a PhD in Environmental and Resource Economics from Imperial College London. Her research uses experimental methods to identify the drivers of cooperation and altruism, with the aim of developing interventions that motivate environmentally and socially optimal behaviour, particularly in rural developing country communities.

          Dr. Natalia Jimenez

          Senior Lecturer in Economics

          Dr Jimenez joined Middlesex University in 2013. She is a research affiliate of the Granada Lab of Experimental Economics from the University of Granada. Her research interests are in Experimental Economics where she has worked on Social Networks, Social Preferences and Labour Market.

            Dr. Valerio Capraro

            Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Techniques

            Valerio Capraro joined us in July 2016. He obtained a PhD in Mathematics in 2011 from the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. His work combines math models and behavioral experiments to understand how people solve the conflict between cooperation and self-interest, with the goal of helping institutions create more collaborative societies.

            Prof. Pablo Brañas Garza

            Director of the MSc Behavioral Economics in Action

            Pablo Brañas Garza is Professor of Economics at Middlesex University London since 2012. He is an Associate Editor of PLoS ONE and Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics. He serves as President of SEET (2014-2016) and Board Member of SABE(2012-2016). He is mostly interested on Experimental Economics, Altruism and Cognitive Abilities.

              Dr. Gueorgui Kolev

              Senior Lecturer in Behavioral Economics

              Gueorgui Kolev joined Middlesex in January 2014. He previously worked as an Assistant Professor at EDHEC Business School, and as a Teaching Fellow at London School of Economics. His research interests are in the areas of behavioral economics, finance and econometrics.

                  Balint Lenkei

                  PhD student

                  Balint Lenkei completed his BA in Business Management and his MSc in Banking and Finance at Middlesex University London. Prior to joining Middlesex he was working at a bank specializing in corporate finance. He is doing his PhD on Experimental Economics under the supervision of Prof. Branas.

                      Dr. Filippos Exadaktylos

                      Lecturer in Behavioural Economcis

                      Filippos Exadaktylos joined Middlesex University in 2015. Previously he worked as Researcher at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and, as a postdoc, at Istanbul Bilgi University. His expertise is in using economic experiments and empirical data, to study how the social norms and social capital affect the economic success or failure of societies.

                          Dr. Antonio Espin

                          Research Fellow in Behavioural Economics

                          Antonio Espin joined Middlesex in 2015. He is interested in Time discount, Spiteful Behaviour, Social Preferences, Behavioral Economics and Experimental Economics. He has been editor of the special issue Prosocial and antisocial behaviour in Economics Games

                              Dr. Ericka G. Rascon-Ramirez

                              Lecturer in Economics

                              Ericka G. Rascon-Ramirez joined us in January 2015. Previously she has worked as a researcher for the World Bank in Washington DC, as well as in the Board of Advisors of the Mexican Ministry of Social Development. Her current research focuses on the effect of parental mental health and stress on children’s development, as well as on the influence of parental subjective expectations on teenagers’ fertility decisions.

                                  Alex Bueno

                                  Graduate Technical Assistant

                                  Alex Bueno completed his BSc in Physics at University of Granada (Spain) and for several years he has working as computer programmer. He is Graduate Technical Assistant in Deparment of Economics Middlesex University London

                                    Dr. Quang Nguyen

                                    Senior Lecturer in Consumer Behaviour

                                    Dr. Quang joined Middlesex University in 2013. He was previously Assistant Professor of Economics at Nanyang Technological University. His main research area is behavioural economics and its applications to various fields, including marketing and innovation.

                                        Dr. Marie Wong

                                        Director of Economics Programmes

                                        BSc (Hon) in Economics, MSc in Corporate and International Finance (Distinction Degree), PhD in Economics and Finance.
                                        She is interested in Investment and Portfolio Management, Financial and Risk Management in Banking.

                                            Prof. Praveen Kujal

                                            Head of the Deparment of Economics

                                            Praveen Kujal is Professor of Economics at Middlesex University London since 2013. Currently he is the Head of the Deparment of Economics. He is mostly interested on Experimental Economics, International Trade, Industrial Organization

                                            Dr. Lorenzo Ductor

                                            Senior Lecturer in Economics

                                            Lorenzo Ductor joined Middlesex in January 2015. Previously he worked as Senior Lecturer in Economics at Massey University (New Zealand). He works in Applied Econometrics with research interest in social networks, personnel economics, business cycle synchronisation, trade and financial development.

                                              Dr. Ismael Rodriguez-Lara

                                              Senior Lecturer

                                              Dr Rodriguez-Lara joined Middlesex University in September 2013. His research focuses on experimental and behavioural economics, with a special emphasis on justice principles, principal-agent relationship and behavioural finance.