P.S. (Patricio) Dalton
Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Department of Economics
I work on the intersection between Behavioural and Development Economics.
For more information about my work, see my personal webpage.
PhD Economics, University of Warwick, July 2009 Thesis Title: Behavioral Decisions: Theory, Implications and Applications. Examiners: Prof. Robert Sugden and Prof. Marco Mariotti. References: Prof. S. Ghosal, Prof. Peter J. Hammond, Prof. Douglas Bernheim.
M.Phil Economics, University of Warwick, 2005 (1st year modules avg. mark, 74.2%)
M.Sc. Economic Analysis and Policy, University of Warwick, 2003 (Distinction)
Licenciate Economics (5-year undergrad program), Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Argentina, 1997
2009- Assistant Professor (tenure track), Tilburg University;
2009 - Research Fellow, CentER.
2011 - Research Associate, CAGE, University of Warwick
2011 - Research Fellow, Netspar.
2008- 2010 Research Fellow, ESRC-DFID Grant "Chronic Poverty and Aspiration Failures"
2007-2008: Resident Tutor, University of Warwick.
2003-2004: Senior Consultant, Inter-American Development Bank, Institutional Improvement Program for the Productive Sector of Less Developed Argentine Provinces.
2003-2004: Research Fellow, Research and Teaching Centre in Economics for Development, Arg.
1997-2002: Analyst of Public Investment Projects, Argentine Ministry of Economy, Department of Federal Public Investment.
Direct and indirect funding
2011 - : Lecturer and Tutor, Microeconomics 4 (BSc Economics), Tilburg University.
2010 - : Lecturer and Tutor, Microeconomics 1 (BSc Economics), Tilburg University.
2009 - 2010: Lecturer and Tutor, Macroeconomics 1 (BSc Econometrics and O.R), Tilburg University.
Teaching activities elsewhere
2007 - 2009: T.A. Behavioural Economics (graduate), University of Warwick
2005 - 2009; T.A. Introduction to Quantitative Economics (Micro and Macro undergraduate), University of Warwick
2004: Lecturer, Behavioural Economics (graduate), University of Buenos Aires; Lecturer, Investment Project Evaluation (graduate), World Bank Program (AR3958)
2003: Lecturer, Industrial Projects (undergraduate), Universidad General Sarmiento, Arg.
2000: Lecturer, Public Investment (graduate), Institute for Government Economists, Arg
1999 - 2002: T.A, International Trade Theory and International Monetary Economics (undergraduate), Universidad Argentina de la Empresa; T.A. Workshops for Civil Servants on Evaluation of Investment Projects, World Bank Program (AR3958); T.A. (ad-honorem), Microeconomics (undergraduate), University of Buenos Aires.
1999: T.A., Investment Project Evaluation (graduate), Universidad de Buenos Aires
Room K 428
PO Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
Last amended: 05 November 2012