A research project funded by CEPR as a Major Grant within the PEDL programme
The main objective of this ERC Starting grant is to introduce and investigate novel methodologies and procedures for BNP inference
This ERC Consolidator grant addressed two neglected elements in the existing literature: the role of political parties as organizational structures that shape political careers (i.e., who gets on top in democracies); and the nature of social preferences, personality traits, and cognitive biases in understanding the beliefs and the choices of both politicians and voters.
This ERC Consolidator grant aims at developing psychologically founded models of economic decision making, test these models, and use them to shed light on several economic phenomena.
The goal of this ERC Starting grant is to develop a model of random choice where the randomization is due not to mistakes or changes in utility but because subjects are choosing to randomize.
The research agenda of this ERC Advance grant aims to create a unified Macro-Finance and Decision Theory framework for the study of model uncertainty, which broadens the scope of Decision Theory and provides novel foundations for a common framework.
The project proposes a contractual approach to financial markets in order to analyze the allocative inefficiencies of the equilibrium outcomes in environments with limited information and propose rigorously (micro)-founded policy measures.
It has become the conventional wisdom for academic policy-makers and even for the public at large that the current demographic dynamics require fundamental economic and social adjustments.
Starting with the seminal paper of Gilboa and Schmeidler (1989) an analogy between the maxmin approach of decision theory under Ambiguity and the minimax approach of Robust Statistics ( e.g., Blum and Rosenblatt 1967) has been hinted at.