University of Granada
Antonio M. Espin is an Athenea 3i Research Fellow at the University of Granada (Department of Social Anthropology). Prior to this position, he was post-doctoral researcher at Middlesex University London. He holds a degree in Economics and obtained his PhD in Behavioral Economics from the University of Granada, under the supervision of Pablo Brañas-Garza. He was also a visiting PhD student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (supervisor: Rosemarie Nagel) and University of Nottingham (supervisor: Simon Gächter).
His main research interests are focused on the psychological and biological underpinnings of human social behavior, including the analysis of the proximate and ultimate (evolutionary) explanations of cooperation and norm-enforcement mechanisms.
In addition, he has been co-founder and manager of two companies in the private sector and currently serve as board member of the Society for the Advancement of Judgment and Decision-making Studies (SEJyD) and Associate Editor of the Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy.
Cultural and group-functional punishment behavior
Exposure to the Covid-19 pandemic environment and generosity
Cognitive abilities and risk-taking: Errors, not preferences
Digit ratio (2D:4D) and pro-social behavior in economic games: No direct correlation with with generosity, bargaining, or trust-related behaviors
The appropriate response of Spanish Gitanos: short-run orientation beyond current socio-economic status
Register replication report: Rand, Green & Novak (2012)
Editorial: Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior in Economic Games
Editorial: Cognitive abilities and economic behavior
Short- and long-run goals in ultimatum bargaining: Impatience predicts spite-based behavior
BMI is not related to altruism, fairness, trust or reciprocity: Experimental evidence from the field and the lab
Patient and impatient punishers of free-riders
There is no interventions published for this member at the moment.
Environmental Consciousness: A Behavioral Rebound Effect