Jean Paul Rabanal
207-786-6099 Economics Visiting Assistant Professor Pettengill Hall, Room 261
Jean Paul Rabanal Sobrino
Visiting Assistant Professor
Pettengill Hall, Room 261
Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz
M.A. in International Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz
B.A. in Economics and Finance, Universidad del Pacifico, Lima, Peru
Fields of interest:
Experimental Economics, Evolutionary Games, Finance
Does competition affect truth-telling? An experiment with rating agencies, Review of Finance, Accepted, 2017 (joint with Olga Rud).
Evolution of markets a simulation with centralized, posted offer and decentralized formats. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Accepted, 2016 (joint with Olga Rud)
The effects of Chinese competition and demand on Peruvian exporters. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Vol. 52(8) pp. 1922–1934, 2016. (joint with Olga Rud)
“On the evolution of continuous types: replicator and gradient dynamics,” Dynamic Games and Applications, 2015.
How moral codes evolve in a Trust game. (joint with Dan Friedman). Games, 2015, 6, 150-160.
Incomplete information, dynamic stability, and the evolution of preferences: two examples (joint with Dan Friedman), Dynamic Games and Applications, Vol 4(4) pp. 448-467, 2014.
Strategic default with social interactions: a laboratory experiment. in Sean M. Collins, R. Mark Isaac, Douglas A. Norton (ed.) Experiments in Financial Economics Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 16, 2013.
To see his latest papers, please visit Prof. J.P. Rabanal’s personal website.
Overview of research and teaching:
Jean Paul uses dynamic models to study the evolution of player strategies. He also designs experiments to study various economic and financial decisions.
Prior to coming to the United States, Jean Paul was actively involved in policy with the Ministry of Finance and the Congress of Peru.