RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • 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
  • Francesca Luppi

    investigates the relationship between fertility and subjective wellbeing in the two directions, both in the longitudinal and the cross-countries perspective. In particular, she focuses on the determinants of the subjective wellbeing and the life events, considering the impact of both personality and contextual factors.

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    Francesca Luppi
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

6 Jul - 11 Jul 2015

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