RESEARCH PROFILES

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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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1 Sep - 6 Sep 2014

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