University of Ottawa, Canada
IZA World of Labor role
Part-time Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa, Canada
Health economics, personnel economics, labor economics
2016–2017 Visiting Professor, Economics Department, University of Ottawa (Canada); 2015–2017 Coordinator of the Master in Health Management, University of the Balearic Islands; 2015–2016 Associate Professor (non-tenured), Business Economics Department, Universitat de les Illes Balears (Spain)
PhD in Applied Economics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2013
“State dependence in self-assessed health in Spain.” Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics 20:3 (2012): 9–30 (with S. Ayllón).
“Polarization and health.” Review of Income and Wealth 56 (2010): 171–185 (with X. Ramos).
“Publication bias and editorial statement on negative findings.” Economic Journal (Forthcoming) (with A. Brodeur).
Rethinking the Relative Income Hypothesis. SOEPpapers No. 501, 2012.
Open science can enhance research credibility, but only with the correct incentivesThe open science and research transparency movement aims to make the research process more visible and to strengthen the credibility of results. Examples of open research practices include open data, pre-registration, and replication. Open science proponents argue that making data and codes publicly available enables researchers to evaluate the truth of a claim and improve its credibility. Opponents often counter that replications are costly and that open science efforts are not always rewarded with publication of results.MoreLess