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Dr Eduard Alonso Paulí
Tenure-track contract Lecturer with a PhD
Organització d'Empreses

Dr Eduard Alonso Paulí

Curriculum

Brief CV

Ph.D. Professor in the department of business economics at the University of the Balearic Islands since 2010. Degree in Economics from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (2000). PhD in Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2008) . Assistant Professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Visiting professor at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide ( 2008-2010). Research stay in Tilburg (2006) and Amsterdam (2010)

Teaching experience at the undergraduate level both at Universitat de les illes Balears and Universidad Pablo de Olavide and teaching experience in Master Universitario en Economía y Evaluación de Políticas de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Master of Science in Management, Organization and Business Economics (UAB-UPNA-UIB) and Master in Management inTBS Barcelona..
Researcher specializing in issues related to the industrial economy and the application of game theory tools to the problems of the company at the corporate governance, organizational and environmental level. He has published his research in both national and international Journals and a book chapter in IE publishing.
He has participated in several research projects nationally. In this moment, he participates in the project 'Competitividad de la empresa: innovación y organización interna', funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness

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Teaching

Office Hours

Lecturer Tutorial Times
Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
11/09/2017 31/07/2018 Tuesday 15.00 16.00 DB003 cita prèvia per e-mail

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2017-18

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
21208 - Design of Organisations
21222 - Final Degree Project
22532 - Final Degree Project
20629 - Final Degree Project
11324 - Management Control and Evaluation

Research

Research groups

Group Membership type
Research group on Economics of organisations (GREO) Member
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