RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • Ainhoa Aparicio Fenoll

    shows in her research that: (i) firms facing greater competition offer less secure jobs, (ii) economic booms induce early school leaving.

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    Ainhoa Aparicio Fenoll
  • Matteo Ruggiero

    studies temporal dependence structures in infinite-dimensional systems for statistical, economic and biological applications.

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    Matteo Ruggiero
  • Edoardo Grillo

    studies environments in which information transmission can take place thanks to the effect that communication has on uninformed agents’ expectations and, consequently, on their future preferences

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    Edoardo Grillo
  • Dino Gerardi

    studies how institutions affect social and economic outcomes and how to design them in order to achieve well-defined objectives. His interests range from bargaining to voting to communication.

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    Dino Gerardi
  • Alessandro Sembenelli

    applies micro-econometric methods to the analysis of public policies and their effects on firms' economic decisions.

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    Alessandro Sembenelli

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