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
  • Paolo Ghirardato

    works on the effects of incomplete and missing information on individual decision making. He then investigates the effects of such information imprecision for the behavior of financial markets, as displayed for instance during the recent financial crises.

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    Paolo Ghirardato
  • Toomas Hinnosaar

    studies how to sell goods and services optimally using auctions and well-designed contracts.

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    Toomas Hinnosaar
  • Daniela Del Boca

    concentrates on the interface between household decision-making and social policy, with emphasis on fertility, children's outcomes, and the labor market participation of women.

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    Daniela Del Boca
  • 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

25 May - 30 May 2015

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