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Arianna Galliera

Nome

Arianna

Cognome

Galliera

Dipartimento

DEF

Area Scientifico Disciplinare

ECONOMICS

Titolo del programma di ricerca 

Ambiguità strategica: un approccio teorico sperimentale

Docente responsabile

Prof. Giovanni Ponti

Inizio attività

01/2/2014

Termine attività

31/1/2017

Breve curriculum vitae

(max. 1000 caratteri)

Education

  • 2011–present: Ph.D. in
    Economics, University LUISS Guido Carli
  • 2010–2012: M.Sc in Quantitative Economics, University of
    Alicante, Spain.
  • 2008–2010: M.A. in Applied Economics, University of Ferrara,
    Italy,  cum laude.
  • 2005–2008: BA in Economics, University of Ferrara, Italy.

Fields

  • Experimental economics and Behavioral Economics, Applied
    microeconomics and Helath Economics

Work experience

  • 2014-2015 Teaching
    Assistant, Microeconomics at
    University LUISS Guido Carli
  • 2014 Research fellow
    at University LUISS Guido Carli
  • 2012 Visiting Research
    Assistant at Economics Research Center  (University of Chicago)
  • 2010  Teaching
    Assistant, Political
    Economy
     (Law Department) at University LUISS Guido Carli
  • 2010 Research
    Assistant  (University of Ferrara)
  • 2009- 2010 Tutor for
    Quantitative Methods (Mathematics and Statistics), University of Ferrara

Conference Presentations 

  • 2014
    Workshop on Gender Issues in Experimental Economics (Alicante), ESA European
    Meeting (Prague)


Pubblicazioni

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Ricerche in corso

  • “A Hybrid
    Public Good Experiment Eliciting Multi-Dimensional Choice Data”,  with D.
    Di Cagno, W. Guth and L. Panaccione
  • “Are
    women more suspicious than men? An experiment with Prior Value Message for the
    ‘Acquiring a Company’ Game” ,  with D. Di Cagno, W. Guth, N. Pace and L.
    Panaccione
  • “Gamblers or Investors? An Experiment on the Almost
    Winning Outcomes”, with D. Di Cagno and C. Choirat 
  • “Information and
    Truncated Preferences in Matching Markets”
  • “Social Preferences,
    Risk Preferences and the Hexagon Condition” (2012), with X. Del Pozo, G. Ponti,
    I. Sikora.