Financial economics, macroeconomics
M. Carmen López is Associate Professor of Economic Theory (Macroeconomics) and Financial Markets at Loyola University since 2014. Previously, she was Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at ETEA-University of Córdoba (1989-2013).
Her research focuses on financial markets, development economics, social innovation and behavioral economics. Since 2018 she has conducted two large experiments: a network experiment in the lab (n=600) and an impact evaluation (diff-in-diff) in the field (n=250).