PhD, European University Institute

Esther Hauk joined the IAE in 2006. She has previously been an associate professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona and an assistant professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Her main research interests are game theory, public economics, political economics and industrial organization. In particular, she has contributed to the literature on equilibrium refinements, on noncooperative games with partner selection, on public procurement and the study of the dynamics of corruption. Recently, she started working on the link between natural resources and democracy.

Barcelona GSE Working Papers

Esther Hauk, Andrea Lanteri and Albert Marcet

Optimal Policy with General Signal Extraction

Esther Hauk and Javier Ortega

Schooling, Nation Building, and Industrialization: a Gellnerian Approach

Facundo Albornoz, Antonio Cabrales and Esther Hauk

Which Club Should I Attend, Dad?: Targeted Socialization and Production