Nizar Allouch

Department of Economics                                                                                                                                                                               
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS, UK

E-Mail: n.allouch(at)qmul.ac.uk    

       PhD  University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne.                                                                               
                                                                                                                     

Current Position

2007 - : Reader (Associate Professor), Queen Mary, University of London.

Previous Positions

2009-2010: Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Cambridge University.

2004 - 2007: Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London.

2003 - 2004: Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London.

2002 - 2003: Lecturer, University of Leicester.

2001 - 2002 (from April 2001 to September 2002): Research Fellow, University of Warwick.

1999 - 2001 (from September 1999 to March 2001): Temporary Lecturer, University of Paris I- Panthéon Sorbonne.

Recent teaching

 Public Economics (ECN352), Microeconomics I (ECOM002),  PhD mini-course (Topics in Networks/Public goods)

Publications
Book Reviews

Differential topology and general equilibrium with complete and incomplete markets. By Villanacci et al, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Economic Journal, 2005, 115: 144-146.

Editorial Duties

2008 - : Associate editor of Journal of Public Economic Theory.

2008 - : Guest editor of  Journal of Mathematical Economics special Issue on GE conferences 2007.

2007 - : Associate editor of Economics Bulletin.

2007 - : Associate editor of DEPOCEN working papers series.

Other Professional Duties


2013 : Programme committee, UECE, Game Theory and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal

2013 : Organizer of  Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory

2013 :  Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Paris, France

2013 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Lisbon, Portugal

2012 : Co-organizer of Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory

2012 :  Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Queensland, Australia

2012 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Taipei, Taiwan

2011 : Co-organizer of Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory

2011 :  Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Faro, Portugal


2011 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Indiana, USA


2010 : Programme committee, the 5th PhD Meeting of the Royal Economic Society, London, UK

2010 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Istanbul, Turkey

2009 : Scientific committee,  Public  Policy, Externalities and Growth Graz, Austria

2009 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Galway, Ireland

2008 : Scientific committee, Public Goods and Public Policy, Bonn, Germany

2008 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Seoul, South Korea.

2007 : Scientific committee, Modelling Public Goods and Public Policy Past, Present and Future Prospects. Marseille, France

2007 :  Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Kos, Greece

2007 : Co-organizer of the XVI European Workshop on General Equilibrium,
           Warwick, United Kingdom
  (partly funded by the British Academy)

2006 -10: United Kingdom representative and advisory member to the steering committee of  "Public  Goods, Public
                Projects, Externalities"
research networking programme funded by European Science Foundation (ESF)

        2002 : Member of the organizing committee of the Public Economic Theory Conference, Paris, France

Current Administrative Duties

Department Level

2007- :  
Second  year academic tutor

2007-: Member of the undergraduate studies committee

2007-2010  Equal opportunities officer  

           University level  

        2008-2009 Elected member of the Academic Board

        2005-2010 : Elected member of the  equal opportunities committee

          Outside bodies

          2012 - : External examiner  at  Essex University

          2011 :   External PhD examiner of  Thai Ha-Huy,  Paris I - Sorbonne University  (now at  Paris-Evry  University)

          2009 :   External PhD examiner  of  Jaime Luque,  University Nova de Lisbon (now at  Wisconsin University)

            2005 - : Academic assessor for the Government Economic Service (GES)


Research Visits

Georgetown University (USA), Vanderbilt University (USA), Paris I - Sorbonne University (France), Alabama University (USA), Brown University (USA), Warwick University (UK).

 Seminar presentations


  Brown (2012-13), Birkbeck (2012-13), Bielefeld (2012-13), Caltech (2012-13), Vanderbilt  (2012-13 & 2008-09),  Sydney (2011-12), Kyoto (2011-12), Hitotsubashi (2011-12), Maastricht (2011-12 & 2009-10), Southampton (2011-12), Marseille (2011-12), San Andres (2010-11), Cergy-Pontoise (2010-11), Cambridge  (2009-10), UCLouvain  (2009-10), Copenhagen  (2009-10), Warwick  (2008-09), East Anglia (2008-09), Kent (2008-09),  Vienna (2007-08), Vigo (2007-08), Manchester  (2007-08), Paris I-Sorbonne (2006-07 & 2001-02), Oxford  (2005-06), Exeter (2004-05), City University (2003-04), London School of Economics (2003-04), Essex  (2002-03), Royal Holloway (2002-03), Melbourne (2002-03),  Alabama (2001-02), John Hopkins (2001-02).


Referee For

Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, The B.E Journal of Theoretical Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Games and Economics Behavior, International Journal of GameTheory, Economic Theory, Journal of Economic Theory, Annals of Finance, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Annals of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Regional Science and Urban Economics, Mathematical Social  Sciences, International Journal of Economic Theory, Springer Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Economics Bulletin, Economic Journal.