Rosemarie Nagel elected fellow of the Econometric Society


BSE Research Professor Rosemarie Nagel has been elected Fellow of the Econometric Society.

The Econometric Society is an international society for the advancement of economic theory in its relation to statistics and mathematics. Fellows represent the highest authority in the Society. The Society’s members nominate new Fellows each year in the fall. To be eligible for nomination as a Fellow, a candidate must have published original contributions to economic theory or to such statistical, mathematical, or accounting analyses that has a definite bearing on problems in economic theory.


Rosemarie Nagel (PhD University of Bonn) is a ICREA Research Professor at UPF as well as a Research Professor at the BSE and she is one of the directors of the Behavioral Experimental Sciences Laboratory (BESLab). 

Her research focuses on building bridges between economic theory and human behavior through experimental designs, and cognitive models with game theory, psychology, and laboratory, field, and neuroscientific tools. She co-organizes experimental and macro or computational economics workshops and summer schools. Her approaches are applied in micro-, macro-, and computational-economics; finance; neuroeconomics; management; psychology; and computer science.

Fellows of the Econometric Society at BSE

There are now ten BSE Affiliated Professors among the Econometric Society Fellows:

See also

The Society Announces the Election of 38 Fellows

BSE Research Professors