PhD, Harvard University

Ramon Caminal has been a member of the Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE-CSIC) since 1989. He is also Research Fellow of the CEPR. He has taught in Autònoma of Barcelona, Toulouse, Pompeu Fabra, and Oviedo.

His research areas are Industrial Economics, Public Economics and Macroeconomics. Recently, he has been working on the economics of language, the efficiency of loyalty rewards, and the performance of markets in which consumer preferences are subject to transitory saturation. Also, jointly with Roberto Burguet, he is currently working on a new solution concept for cooperative games.

Barcelona GSE Working Papers

Roberto Burguet and Ramon Caminal

Coalitional Bargaining with Consistent Counterfactuals

Ramon Caminal and Antonio Di Paolo

Your Language or Mine?

Ramon Caminal

The Economic Value of Reciprocal Bilingualism