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Andrej Angelovski

Andrej Angelovski
Ricercatori Art. 24 C.3 Lett. A L. 240/10

Note biografiche

Nationality: Australian / Macedonian Date of birth: 12 Feb. 1987

Assistant Professor at LUISS Guido Carli, Italy

Aree di ricerca: Behavioral Economics, Human Resources and Personnel Management



  • 2010 - 2014 PhD in Economics, Management and Organization (cum laude) - Department of Business Economics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain Supervisors: Jordi Brandts, Carles Solà Belda
  • 2012 Visiting Scholar - Columbia Business School, Columbia University, USA
  • 2009 - 2010 MPhil in Management, Organization and Business Economics - Department of Business Economics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • 2007 - 2008 MA in Property Valuation and Property Law - Cass Business School, City University, UK
  • 2004 - 2007 BSc in Business Administration - ACT Business School, American College of Thessaloniki, Greece [4 year degree finished in 3 years]


  •  “Hiring and Escalation Bias in Subjective Performance Evaluations: A Laboratory Experiment”, (with Jordi Brandts, and Carles Solà), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 121, 2016, 114-129.
  •  “Behavioral spillovers in local public good provision: An experimental study” (with Daniela Di Cagno, Werner Güth, Luca Panaccione, Francesca Marazzi), Journal of Economic Psychology, 67, 2018, 116-134.
  • “Does Heterogeneity Spoil the Basket? Local Public Good Provision in Neighborhood Experiments” (with Daniela Di Cagno, Werner Güth, Luca Panaccione, Francesca Marazzi) – Forthcoming at Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Working Papers (Revise and resubmit or under  review)

  • “Does Competition Resolve the Free-Rider Problem in the Voluntary Provision of Impure Public Goods? Experimental Evidence” (with Tibor Neugebauer, Maroš Servátka) - Revise and resubmit at Economic Inquiry
  •  “Equality of Pay in Highly Interdependent Work Groups: A Lab Experiment” (with  Jordi Brandts, Carles Sola)
  •  “When Excluding the Wealthy from Compulsory Solidarity: An Experimental Analysis” (with Arianna Galliera, Werner Güth)
  • “Trusting versus Monitoring: An Institutional Choice Experiment” (with Daniela Di Cagno, Daniela Grieco, Werner Güth)
  •  “When to Stop? A Cardinal Secretary Search Experiment” (with Werner Güth)
  • “Telling the Other What One Knows? An Acquiring-a-Company Experiment with Two- Sided Private Information” (with Werner Güth and Francesca Marazzi)
  • “Communication Structure and the Provision of Intergroup Public Goods” (with Ernesto Reuben)