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New Faculty

We are delighted to announce that Luca Gambetti, Matthijs Breugem and Juan Morales will join the Collegio in the next few months. Luca will hold the Carlo Alberto Chair and Juan and Matthijs will be Assistant Professors of Economics.

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IL COLLEGIO

Il Collegio Carlo Alberto è un'iniziativa congiunta della Compagnia di San Paolo e dell’Università di Torino. La sua missione consiste nel promuovere la ricerca e la didattica nelle scienze sociali.

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  • Francesco Devicienti

    investigates the impact of collective bargaining on wages and performance. He has also focused on the dynamics of poverty and social exclusion, the effects of temporary jobs, and decomposition methods for the analysis of wage distributions.

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    Francesco Devicienti
  • Ciara O’Dwyer

    conducts research in social gerontology. She is particularly interested in the organisation of care for older people and the use of regulation to improve their quality of life.

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    Ciara O’Dwyer
  • 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
  • Theodoros Diasakos

    studies how incomplete or missing information affects individual decision-making and, subsequently, market or social outcomes. His main focus is on bounded rationality, viewed as costly information acquisition, and institutional constraints, such as the lack of public information or coordination.

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    Theodoros Diasakos
  • 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

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