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Info docente: Luciano Andreozzi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work address: Dipartimento di Economia
Facoltà di EconomiaUniversità degli Studi di Trento
Via Inama 5 38100 Trento

 

Education

7/XII/1993. Degree in Philosophy at the University of Rome. Grade: 110/110 cum laude.

IX/ 1996. Master in the Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Public Choice at the University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK). Supervisor: Robert Sugden. Grade: pass with distinction.

V/1999 Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science, University of Bari.

Present position

Associate Professor at Università degli Studi di Trento, Department of Economics.

Languages

Italian (mother tongue)

English (fluent written and spoken)

Computer literacy

Advanced knowledge of Mathematica.

Good knowledge of object oriented programming in C++ and C#.

 

Current interest

I am mostly concerned with game theoretical models of the evolution of social norms and institutions. My research in these field can be grouped into the following areas:

• Evolutionary Game Theory. In this area I have written a few papers on the emergence of property rights and problem of social inequality (Ref. 9 and 10). I have also investigated the emergence of cooperation in repeated Trust Games using finite automata with complexity costs (Ref. 12).

• Social preferences. In this area I’ve worked mostly on reciprocity models based on “psychological game theory”. I’ve studied the problem of equilibrium selection in psychological games (Ref. 11) and I’m currently working on a definition of reciprocal altruism (Ref. 13). I’ve also presented a small refinement of the notion of “guilt aversion”(Ref. 7)

Publications

1. “Oscillations in against-pollution policies. An evolutionary analysis”, Homo Oeconomicus, 18 (3/4) 2002.

2. “A Note on Paradoxes in Economics”, Kyklos, 57 (1): 3-19, 2004.

3. “Network Externalities, Critical Masses and Converters: An Evolutionary Analysis”, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 22 (5) 2004: 647-653

4. “Rewarding policemen increases crime. Some more surprising results from the inspection game”, Public Choice, 2004, 121: 69-82.

5. “Hayek Reads the Literature on the Emergence of Norms”, Constitutional Political Economy, 2005, 16: 227-247.

6. “Review of “Beyond Individual Choice: Teams and Frames in Game Theory” by M. Bacharach, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2008, 67 (2): 529-532.

7. “Choosing Guilt”, Homo Oeconomicus, 2008, 28: 24-32.

8. “Inspection Games with Long-run inspectors”, European Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2010, 21, pp. 441-458.

9. “An Evolutionary Theory of Social Justice: Choosing the Right Game”, European Journal of Political Economy, 2010, 26, pp. 320-329

10. “Property Rights and Investments: An Evolutionary Approach”, Games and Economic Behavior, 74, 2012, pp.1-11.

11. Trust is bound to emerge, minor revision required by Games and Economic Behavior.

12. “Learning to be fair”, forthcoming on Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization.

 

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