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Giovanni Di Bartolomeo

(PhD Rome Sapienza, MSc Barcelona UFP).

 

 

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Economia politica

Economia Unione Europea

Economia Internazionale

Economia e politica economica nei mercati globali

Teoria e politica monetaria

 

La voce (letture)

Richiami di matematica (dispensa)

 

 

 

Economia sperimentale

 

 

 

Letture “Preliminari”

     Motterlini M., Economia emotiva, Rizzoli, Milano, 2006.

     Innocenti A., L’economia cognitiva, Carocci, Roma, 2009.

 

Lezioni

     Introduzione - The Economist (2003).

     Teoria dei giochi - dispensa, esercizi.

     Statistica di base (lucidi).

     Il gioco dell’ultimatum - Guala (2009).

     Altruismo reciprocitŕ e fiducia - Berg et al (1995).

     Il problema della misurazione - Cox (2004), dispensa.

     Le istruzioni degli esperimenti di Cox (link sito).

 

Riferimenti bibliografici

     Berg J., J. Dickhaut, K. McCabe (1995), Trust, reciprocity, and social history, Games and Economic Behavior, 10: 122–142.

     Cox J. (2004), How to identify trust and reciprocity, Games and Economic Behavior, 46: 260–281.

     Guala F. (2009), Esperimenti paradigmatici: il gioco dell’ultimatum, HumanaMente, 10: 1-10.

     The Economist (2003), A question of trust: Economists are arguing about “social capital” — starting with what it means, Febbraio.

     Welkowitz J., B. Cohen, R. Ewen (2009), Statistica per le scienze del comportamento, Apogeo, Milano (per approfondire, capitoli 1-5).

 

Contatti

     Giovanni Di Bartolomeo (gdibartolomeo@unite.it).

     Stefano Papa (spapa@unite.it).

 

Letture opzionali dal sito di James Cox

1.      V. Smith, Markets as Economizers of Information: Experimental Examination of the Hayek Hypothesis, Economic Inquiry, vol. 20, 1982, pp. 165-179.

2.      V. Smith, An Empirical Study of Decentralized Institutions of Monopoly Restraint, pp. 83-106 in G. Horwich and J. Quirk (eds.), Essays in Contemporary Fields of Economics. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 1981.

3.      V. Smith, Theory, Experiment, and Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 3, 1989, pp. 151-169.  

4.      J. Cox, Some Issues of Methods, Theories, and Experimental Designs, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 73, 2010, 24-28. 

5.      J. Cox, On Testing the Utility Hypothesis, Economic Journal, vol. 107, 1997, pp. 1054-1078. 

6.      J. Cox and R. Oaxaca, Laboratory Experiments with a Finite Horizon Job Search Model, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, vol. 2, 1989, pp. 301-350. 

7.      D. Grether and C. Plott, Economic Theory of Choice and the Preference Reversal Phenomenon, American Economic Review, vol. 69, 1979, pp. 623-638. 

8.      J. Cox and D. Grether, The Preference Reversal Phenomenon: Response Mode, Markets and Incentives, Economic Theory, vol. 7, 1996, pp. 381-405. 

9.      J. Cox, B. Roberson, and V. Smith, Theory and Behavior of Single Object Auctions, pp. 1- 43 in V. Smith (ed.), Research in Experimental Economics, vol. 2. Greenwich: JAI Press, 1982. 

10.    J. Cox and R. Oaxaca, Is Bidding Behavior Consistent with Bidding Theory in Private Value Auctions? pp. 131-148 in R. M. Isaac (ed.), Research in Experimental Economics, vol. 6. Greenwich: JAI Press, 1996. 

11.    R. Forsythe, T. Palfrey, and C. Plott, Asset Valuation in an Experimental Market, Econometrica, vol. 50, 1982, pp. 537-567. 

12.    J. Cox and M. Walker, Learning to Play Cournot Duopoly Strategies, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 36, 1998, pp. 141-161. 

13.    C. Holt and S. Laury, Risk Aversion and Incentive Effects, American Economic Review, vol. 92, 2002, pp. 1644-1655. 

14.    J. Cox and V. Sadiraj, Small- and Large-Stakes Risk Aversion: Implications of Concavity Calibration for Decision Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, vol. 56, 2006, pp. 45-60. 

15.    R. M. Isaac and J. Walker, Group Size Effects in Public Goods Provision: The Voluntary Contributions Mechanism, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 103, 1988, pp. 179-199. 

16.    J. Goeree, C. Holt, and S. Laury, Private Costs and Public Benefits: Unraveling the Effects of Altruism and Noisy Behavior, Journal of Public Economics, vol. 83, 2002, pp. 257-278. 

17.    J. Andreoni and R. Petrie, Public Goods Experiments without Confidentiality: A Glimpse into Fundraising, Journal of Public Economics, vol. 88, 2004, pp. 1605-1623. 

18.    J. Cox and C. Deck, On the Nature of Reciprocal Motives, Economic Inquiry, vol. 43, 2005, pp. 623-635. 

19.    J. Cox, D. Friedman, and V. Sadiraj, Revealed Altruism, Econometrica, vol. 76, 2008, pp. 31–69.

20.    J. List, On the Interpretation of Giving in Dictator Games, Journal of Political Economy, vol. 115, 2007, pp. 487-493.