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Marie claire Villeval
CNRS, University of Lyon, and IZA
GATE Lyon St Etienne
93, chemin des Mouilles
Ecully, 69130
Biographical Sketch:

Marie Claire Villeval is Research Professor in economics at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and she is affiliated with the GATE (Groupe d'Analyse et de Théorie Economique) research institute, at the University of Lyon 2, France. She is the director of the GATE institute. She was the President of the French Economic Association (AFSE) and the Founding President of the French Association of Experimental Economics (ASFEE); she has been the treasurer and then the Chairperson of the nomination committee of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) during ten years. She is Officer and Vice-President for Europe of the Economic Science Association (ESA). She is mamber of the executive committee of ADRES. She belongs to the editorial boards of Experimental Economics, the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, the Journal of Public Economic Theory, and the Australian Journal of Labour Economics. She obtained her PhD in economics from the University Paris X Nanterre. Her main research interests focus on experimental economics, behavioral economics, and personnel economics. They include the conduct of laboratory and field experiments on incentives and motivation, teamwork and leadership, punishment and cooperation, status seeking and ego utility, self-image, emotions, tax evasion. She has published in such economic journals as American Economic Review, Management Science, Experimental Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, Economic Inquiry, JEBO, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, and in Science.

Primary Research Focus:

Experimental economics, behavioral economics, public economics and personnel economics

JEL Areas:
C9 : Design of Experiments: General
H : Public Economics