Luis Miguel Miller Moya

Email: lmmiller [at]
Phone: (+34) 916022366
Office: 3F2
Científico Titular de OPIS
Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos
Departamento de Economía y Política
Group: Ciudadanos e Instituciones (CIP)

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I am a tenured scientist at the Institute of Public Goods and Policies, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Before joining IPP-CSIC, I was an associate professor at the School of Economics and Business of the University of the Basque Country. Previously, I held postdoctoral researcher positions at the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (University of Oxford) and the Max Planck Institute of Economics. I am an expert in social science experimental methodology and I have taught before or I am scheduled to teach courses on experimental research methods in the social sciences at the University of Oxford, UAB in Barcelona, ETH Zurich, University of the Basque Country, Carlos III University of Madrid, UAM in Madrid, and Burgundy Business School in Dijon. I have also held visiting research positions at the Ostrom Workshop (Indiana University) and the Department of Economics of Monash University in Melbourne.

My main research line is the theoretical and experimental study of norms of equity and distributive justice. For the last 10 years, I have been working on the effect of socioeconomic status on the acknowledgement of earned entitlement. Besides equity and distributive justice, I have also done work on bilateral and multilateral bargaining and on the effect of ethnic identity on interpersonal trust.

These are my last five publications (all in 2018):

“The unintended consequences of political mobilization on trust: the case of the secessionist process in Catalonia” (con Henar Criado, Fracisco Herreros and Paloma Ubeda), Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62 (2), 231-253.

“The Tie That Divides: Cross-National Evidence of the Primacy of Partyism” (con Sean Westwood, Shanto Iyengar, Stefaan Walgrave, Rafael Leonisio and Oliver Strijbis), European Journal of Political Research, 57 (2), 333-354.

“Legislative bargaining with heterogeneous disagreement values: Theory and experiments” (con Maria Montero and Christoph Vanberg), Games and Economic Behavior, 107, 60-92.

“Education and the Non-Financial Employment Commitment in Times of Economic Recession Among the Youth” (con Petr Mariel and Simona Demel), Social Indicators Research, 140 (2), 795–810.

“Dynamic Bargaining and Normative Conflict” (con Fabian Winter and Heiko Rauhut), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 74, 112-126.

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