David Pascual-Ezama

I am interested in Behavioral and Experimental Accounting and Behavioral and Experimental Economics. My studies in Behavioral and Experimental Economics focus on dishonesty, morality and ethics and how incentives affect dishonesty. My studies in Behavioral and Experimental Accounting focus on the roll of the accounting information in individual investors’ decision making and the prediction of bankruptcy based on accounting, financial and audit information and how the audit decision-making could be affected by different external variables. I have recently expanded my research interests to the neuro-economics of decision-making.

My academic training includes PhD in Business Economics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2015), PhD in Psychology at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2010), MBA at Instituto de Empresa (2004) and BA in Business Administration at University of Oviedo (2002). I have had different positions at Instituto de Empresa, Universidad de Oviedo and nowadays at Universidad Complutense Madrid. I held the position of visiting faculty at the Università di Padova (Italy) in 2008 and 2009, at MIT in 2011, 2012 and 2015 and I was a Harvard RCC Research Fellow at the Harvard Business School and RCC in 2011.

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