Tamar Gomez is a PhD candidate in Economics at Imperial College Business School in London, United Kingdom since September 2015.
Her research focuses on development economics, game theory and conflicts. More specifically, she is interested in understanding the effect of both physical and virtual networks on development and insurrectional violence. Her PhD is supervised by Dr. Mirabelle Muuls of the Grantham Institute and the Imperial College Business School and Professor Carol Propper, Professor of Economics at Imperial College Business School in the Department of Economics and Public Policy.
Her other research interests lie in applications of Mean Field Games to the extension of three-way information-sharing models.
Tamar holds a Master's of Research from Imperial College Business School as well as an MSc in Business Administration at HEC Paris, an M.Phil in Environmental Economics (EDDEE) from Paris Tech and a Bachelor's in Science from HEC Paris and Prep School.