Marco Castillo's research interests lie primarily in Behavioral Economics, Labor Economics, Economics of Education and Experimental Economics. His research focuses on the use of experimental methods to identify optimal policy design and interventions in areas ranging from child development, human capital accumulation, discrimination and charitable fundraising.
At the Melbourne Institute, he is appointed as a Professorial Fellow and the Program Coordinator for the Education and Child Development research group .
He is a Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University (USA), studied economics at the Catholic University of Lima, Peru and received a PhD in Agricultural and Applied Economics from University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He is a Research Fellow at IZA-Institute of Labor Economics and served on the Executive Committee of the Economics Science Association.
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Nonparametric utility theory in strategic settings: Revealing preferences and beliefs from..
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Nonparametric utility theory in strategic settings: Revealing preferences and beliefs from proposal–response games
ME Castillo, PJ Cross, M Freer
Journal article | 2019 | Games and Economic Behavior
We explore the conditions under which behavior in a strategic setting can be rationalized as the best response to some belief abou..
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Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economic And Social Research
Economic Science Association
American Economic Association
University of Wisconsin