InfoEcoScience "Information Economics for Science" - prof. Marco Ottaviani
Persistent Slumps, Policy, and Heterogeneity - prof. Tommaso Monacelli
Global Preferences and Cognition Panel - prof. Salvatore Nunnari
ALL ONGOING PROJECTS
This research projects aims at contributing to the understanding of how algorithmic pricing might enhance collusive behavior.
Why are populist parties more successful in some places (or times) compared to others? What makes right or left populism more prominent in some countries (or after certain crises)? This ERC Starting grant tackles these questions with the tools of behavioral political economy.
This ERC Advanced grant aims at explaining behavioral phenomena linked to the diffusion of nationalism and of political populism, trying to explain why it is so difficult to achieve further European political integration.
This ERC Starting grant proposes to provide new empirical evidence on the search strategies of both job seekers and of recruiters in the labor market. This evidence will enhance our understanding of the information asymmetries at the root of search frictions.