Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Económicas

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Lina María Restrepo Plaza
PhD in Economics

 Office: Pending
 Research group: E-Socials: Experimental Social Sciences and Behavioral Change
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 Office hours: Monday and Thursday - 11:30 a.m. a 12:30 m.


  • Phd in Economics, University of East Anglia, UK
  • Master in Applied Economics, Universidad del Valle, Colombia. 
  • Economics, Universidad del Valle, Colombia. 

 Areas of interest

  • Behavioural Economics. 
  • Experimental economics.
  • Political economy.
  • Conflict. 


Recent publications

  • Fatas, and Restrepo-Plaza, L. (2021). Against the Wind. Norm Breaking Behavior of Victims of Conflict in Colombia. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (R&R). 
  • Ibáñez, , Restrepo-Plaza, L. and Unfried, K. (2021). “I see you” A Behavioral Intervention to reduce Prejudice Against ex- Combatants. World Development (R&R).
  • Fatas, and Restrepo-Plaza, L. (2021). Building inclusive political institutions: A lab in the field experiment in post- conflict Colombia. Constitutional Political Economy (R&R). 
  • Maca, , Arias-Arevalo, P. and Restrepo-Plaza, L. (2021). Payment for ecosystem services and motivational crowding: experimental insights on the integration of plural values via non-monetary incentives. Ecosystem Services (forthcoming). 
  • Fatas, and Restrepo-Plaza, L. (2021). When Losses can be a Gain A large lab-in-field experiment on reference dependent forgiveness in Colombia. Journal of Economics Psychology (accepted conditional to minor changes). 
  • Fatas, , Jiménez, N., Restrepo-Plaza, L. and Rincón, G. (2021). The Behavioral Consequences of Conflict Exposure on Risk Preferences Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance, https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190625979.013.637 
  • Murillo Orejuela, L. and Restrepo-Plaza, L. (2021) Reintegration and forgiveness to ex-combatants in Development Studies Research(1), 36-48.

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