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Paulo Pamplona Côrte-Real is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Microeconomic Theory at Nova School of Business and Economics. He received his PhD from Harvard University.
He has published articles on voting in Social Choice and Welfare and the International Game Theory Review, and has been responsible for courses on Microeconomic Theory, with an emphasis on Game Theory and Information, as well as for courses on Quantitative Methods. He has also served as academic director of the undergraduate programs at Nova SBE.
He is also currently a member of the ISEGI Faculty, besides engaging in civic activities as Chairperson of ILGA Portugal and as member of the Board of ILGA-Europe.
Current research interests include: Current research interests combine social choice theory and game theory with a particular focus on issues related to rationality and self-interest, voting behavior and voting rules, and fair allocation problems.
Economics, Doctorate, Harvard University
Economics, Master, Harvard University
Economics, Bachelor, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article