Dr Francesca Flamini
- Lecturer (Economics)
Francesca joined the Business School in September 2000. She previously held positions at the University of Exeter and the Istituto di Studi per la Programmazione Economica, Rome. She holds degrees from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", University College London and the University of Exeter.
Francesca is a member of the Microeconomics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Game theory and its applications
- Long-run negotiations
- Dynamic games
- Agenda formation
ESRC grant, £35,000, 1 year from October 2006. Project title: “Negotiations and Dynamic Accumulation”.
Grants from bodies such as European Economic Foundation, Review of Economic Studies and the Royal Economic Society to support conference attendance and research- related travel.
PhD students who have studied under my supervision:
- Cher Li, 2009 (currently at Nottingham University, second supervisor);
- John Moffat, 2010 (currently at Durham University, second supervisor);
- Samuel Bonnyai 2013 (currently at Bristol University, second supervisor).
- Microeconomics, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level;
- Economics of Industry I and II, Economics of Business, Econometrics at Honours level;
- Introductory Mathematical Economics, Introduction to Statistical Methods and Macroeconomics.
External examiner for the following PhD/MPhil students:
- Bruce Teubes (University of Edinburgh, 2009);
- Man Si (University of Edinburgh, 2015).