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Dr Santiago Oliveros

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Department of Economics
Dr Santiago Oliveros
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    +44 (0) 1206 872512

  • Location

    5B.118, Colchester Campus

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Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Economics University of Wisconsin–Madison, (2006)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Posgraduate Taught Director, Economics, University of Essex (1/9/2017 - 15/8/2018)

  • Research Cluster Leader-Microeconomics, University of Essex (1/1/2018 - 15/8/2018)

  • Deputy Postgraduate Taught Director, Economics, University of Essex (1/9/2016 - 31/8/2017)

Other academic

  • Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley (2006 - 2012)

  • Reader in Economics, Royal Holloway University of London (2012 - 2013)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Economic Theory

Open to supervise

Political Economy

Open to supervise

Current research

sites.google.com/site/santioliveros/research

Teaching and supervision

Previous supervision

Simon Pedro Lodato
Simon Pedro Lodato
Thesis title: Regulation as a Redistributive Policy: A Political Economy Approach
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 5/11/2018
Federico Vaccari
Federico Vaccari
Thesis title: The Political Economy of Strategic Communication
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 4/7/2018
Aline Maria Souza Menezes
Aline Maria Souza Menezes
Thesis title: Essays on Empirical Political Economy
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 25/7/2017

Publications

Journal articles (8)

Iaryczower, M. and Oliveros, S., (2017). Competing for loyalty: The dynamics of rallying support. American Economic Review. 107 (10), 2990-3005

Ahn, DS. and Oliveros, S., (2016). Approval voting and scoring rules with common values. Journal of Economic Theory. 166, 304-310

Iaryczower, M. and Oliveros, S., (2016). Power brokers: Middlemen in legislative bargaining. Journal of Economic Theory. 162, 209-236

Oliveros, S. and Várdy, F., (2015). Demand for Slant: How Abstention Shapes Voters' Choice of News Media. The Economic Journal. 125 (587), 1327-1368

Ahn, DS. and Oliveros, S., (2014). The Condorcet Jur(ies) Theorem. Journal of Economic Theory. 150 (1), 841-851

Oliveros, S., (2013). Abstention, ideology and information acquisition. Journal of Economic Theory. 148 (3), 871-902

Ahn, DS. and Oliveros, S., (2012). Combinatorial Voting. Econometrica. 80 (1), 89-141

Bier, V., Oliveros, S. and Samuelson, L., (2007). Choosing What to Protect: Strategic Defensive Allocation against an Unknown Attacker. Journal of Public Economic Theory. 9 (4), 563-587

Reports and Papers (3)

Iaryczower, M. and Oliveros, S., Collective Hold-Up

Iaryczower, M. and Oliveros, S., (2015). Competing For Loyalty: The Dynamics of Rallying Support

Oliveros, S., (2013). Aggregation of endogenous information in large elections

Grants and funding

2018

SBE-RCUK Lead Agency: Sequential Bargaining with Externalities

Economic and Social Research Council

Contact

soliveb@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872512

Location:

5B.118, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

By appointment only, please confirm by email.