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Simona Fabrizi

Simona_Fabrizi

s.fabrizi@auckland.ac.nz

Résumé

I am a Senior Lecturer in Economics at The University of Auckland, Department of Economics, New Zealand. Prior to moving to the University of Auckland, I was a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Massey University (2007-2016) and a Lecturer in Economics at Keele University (2006-2007). I hold a PhD in Economics from TSE and the University of Bologna. My research has been published in top-field economics journals and also cited favourably in top econ journals such as the American Economic Review, Economic Theory. Findings of my research also caught repeatedly the attention of legal scholars, investor blogs, and New Zealand’s MBIE.

I have supported various research initiatives, centres and networks including being a co-Founder of the Asia-Pacific Industrial Organisation Society (APIOS) and of the Research Network in 'Applied and Theoretical Economics (ATE)'​ hosted and administered at Massey University; and, since 2010, a Member of the Centre for Mathematical Social Sciences at the University of Auckland.

I am very active in the research community. I presented my research in numerous invited seminars across Europe, US & Australasia and hosted many prominent scholars, who have acted as Guest Lecturers and Keynote Speakers in the many research events I organised over time.

I am a Guest Editor for the Special Issue `Advances in Competition Policy and Regulation', New Zealand Economic Papers, to appear in 2017; and acted (2008-2014) as the Editor of the New Economics Paper Reports in RePEc 'Contract Theory and Applications'​ and coordinated (2011-2014) the economic seminar series at Massey University, Albany campus.

I successfully supervised research students, including a PhD student, and examined several master theses.

For more info visit https://sites.google.com/view/simonafabrizi/home and http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5804-2762

Expériences professionnelles

Ate co-founder and executive board member

Applied and Theoretical Economics Research Network , Auckland

De Septembre 2012 à Aujourd'hui

ATE is an Asia-Pacific network centering around New Zealand and Australia aimed at fostering applied microeconomic theory with significant real-world relevance and implications, built on solid foundations from economic theory. ATE connects Trans-Tasman scholars to other researchers from Europe, North and South America, China, and Japan.
ATE's activities include, but are not limited to, generating opportunities for further interaction and exchange among its members, for attracting visitors, for engaging in joint research supervision, for organizing workshops and guest lectures, with the goal of facilitating the advancement and dissemination of findings from research in applied microeconomic theory.
ATE was initiated in New Zealand in September 2012 and is hosted at Massey University.

Member

CENTRE FOR MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND

De Avril 2010 à Aujourd'hui

Editor of new economics papers in repec on "contract theory and applications"

REPEC

De Février 2008 à Aujourd'hui

Senior lecturer in economics, school of economics and finance (albany)

Massey University , Auckland

De Septembre 2007 à Août 2016

Teaching & research

Massey University , Auckland - CDI

Depuis le 01 septembre 2007

Member

ECONOMIC DESIGN NETWORK

De Février 2007 à Décembre 2010

Lecturer in economics

KEELE UNIVERSITY

De Septembre 2006 à Août 2007

Postdoctoral research fellow

UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY

De Octobre 2003 à Septembre 2006

Marie curie research fellow

University of Mannheim

De Octobre 2002 à Septembre 2003

Teaching assistant

TSE - Toulouse School of Economics

De Octobre 2001 à Septembre 2002

Doctoral research fellow

TSE - Toulouse School of Economics

De Octobre 1999 à Septembre 2001

Consultant

EFESO CONSULTING

De Juillet 1997 à Septembre 1997

Doctoral research fellow

UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA

De Octobre 1996 à Septembre 1999

Research fellow, quality assurance sector, joint program with university of bologna

BOLOGNA CITY COUNCIL

De Juillet 1996 à Juin 1997

Founding research associate, social innovation and entrepreneurship research centre

Massey University

Formations complémentaires

Ph.D

Toulouse School of Economics - Economics; Docteur en Sciences Economiques

1999 à 2003



Doctorate

Università di Bologna / University of Bologna - Economics

1997 à 2003



MPhil

Toulouse School of Economics - Quantitative Economics

1998 à 1999



MA

Toulouse School of Economics - Mathematical Economics and Econometrics

1997 à 1998



BA

Università di Bologna / University of Bologna - Economics

1989 à 1995



Parcours officiels

TSE – Doctorat / PhD – en Sciences Economiques / in economics – 2003
TSE – DEA – Economie Mathématique et Econométrie (ECOMATH) – 1998

Langues

Anglais - Courant

Italien - Langue maternelle

Français - Courant

Espagnol - Technique

Centres d'intérêt

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