Dr. Carlos Gomez-Gonzalez

Senior Research Assistant

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Plattenstrasse 14

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CH-8032 Zürich

+41 (0)44 634 53 14

carlos.gomez@business.uzh.ch              

by arrangement

Short Bio

Carlos joined the Chair for Services and Operations Management in October 2019 after he completed his Ph.D. in Economics and Business at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Spain. He has a background in Sports Sciences and Management from UCLM and complemented his undergraduate studies with visits to other universities, e.g., the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). His research interests include sports economics and management with a focus on biases against minority groups, i.e., gender, nationality, and race. In 2015, he was awarded a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for Research at the University of Zurich.

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Publications

Nesseler, C., Gómez-González, C., and Dietl, H. (2019). What’s in a name? Measuring access to social activities with a field experiment. Palgrave Communications, 5(160), 1-7.

Gomez-Gonzalez, C., Nesseler, C., and Dietl, H. (2019). Does performance justify the underrepresentation of women coaches? Evidence from professional women's soccer. Sport Management Review, 22(5), 640-651.

Gomez-Gonzalez, C., del Corral, J., Jewell, T., Garcia-Unanue, J., and Nesseler, C. (2018). A prospective analysis of competitive balance levels in Major League Soccer. Review of Industrial Organization, 54(1), 175-190.

Conferences

“Implicit bias in split-second decisions: Referee calls in women’s basketball in Spain.” Conference on the Economics of Leisure, Culture, and Sport. Gijon, Spain (October 2019)

“Measuring social integration: Evidence from a field experiment.” WEAI 94th Annual Conference. San Francisco, USA (July 2019)

Talks

“The burden of your name: Measuring social integration with a field experiment.” Business Seminar, Southern Utah University (April 2019)

“Does the secession movement in Catalonia provoke misbehavior in social activities.” Department of Applied Economics, University of the Balearic Islands (December 2018)