Alberto Motta is a Senior Lecturer (Economics) at the University of New South Wales (click here for the full CV). He is currently teaching both the undergraduate and the PhD-level Microeconomics course.
Alberto’s research focuses on developing theoretical models and applying econometric methods in order to study the impact of collusion on information flows. He investigates the types and features of organizational design that are most effective. His current work focuses on designing and evaluating organizational solutions for microfinance institutions, for-profit and not-for-profit firms, enforcement agencies and media outlets.
Alberto is currently working on a ‘gamified’ textbook for Microeconomics.