Assistant Professor Guillem Riambau received his BA in Political Science and BsC in Economics from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (2005). He received his PhD in Economics from Boston University in 2012.
Political Economy, Behavioral Economics, Development Economics
The Effects of District Magnitude on Voting Behavior (forthcoming, the Journal of Politics) with Simon Hix and Rafael Hortala-Vallve.
Do Citizens Vote for Parties, Policies or the Expected Winner in Proportional Representation Systems? (forthcoming, Party Politics).
Bandwagon or Strategic Voting in Israel? Note on Bargsted Kedar (2009), Electoral Studies (2015).
Currently: Behavioral Economics and Capstone Project
Past: Behavioral Economics, Intermediate Econometrics, Principles of Economics, Quantitative Reasoning, Comparative Social Inquiry.