RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • Elena Vigna

    is interested, among other things, in applications of stochastic optimal control to decision-making in defined contribution pension schemes, as well as in models of stochastic mortality.

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    Elena Vigna
  • Cristiano Antonelli

    is working on the determinants and the effects of technological change in firms, regions, industries and countries, including the economic analysis of such institutions as intellectual property rights, universities and public research centres.

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    Cristiano Antonelli
  • Manuela Naldini

    her main research areas of interest are comparative welfare state and gender inequalities; work-family reconciliation issues; care policies, parental policies and women’s employment.

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    Manuela Naldini
  • Andrea Gallice

    investigates the (in)efficiency of some innovative selling mechanisms (e.g. pay-per-bid auctions), as well as the costs and benefits of conflicting information in competitive situations in which one's actions are meant to convey a message to the competitors.

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    Andrea Gallice
  • Ignacio Monzon

    highlights that the “wisdom of crowds” may at the same time be beneficial and detrimental. Individuals learn from each other, but crowds may occasionally "herd" on wrong choices.

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    Ignacio Monzon

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30 Mar - 4 Apr 2015

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