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«PERSONAL DETAILS PERMANENT ADDRESS Place of birth: Galatina (LE), Italy Maison des Sciences Economiques Date of Birth: 21.02.1976 Université Paris 1 ...»

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Giuseppe Marco ATTANASI

PERSONAL DETAILS PERMANENT ADDRESS

Place of birth: Galatina (LE), Italy Maison des Sciences Economiques

Date of Birth: 21.02.1976 Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Nationality: Italian 106, boulevard de l’Hôpital

e-mail: attanasi@cict.fr 75013 PARIS

Tel. +33 659 200 132

Langues: Italian (mother tongue), English (fluent), French (fluent), Spanish (good).

Current Position (Jan. 2012 – Aug. 2012): Post-Doctoral Researcher, Paris School of Economics.

EDUCATION April 2006 Ph.D. in Economics, Università Bocconi, Milan. Thesis Jury Report: Very Good.

Ph.D. Thesis Committee: Prof. Pierpaolo BATTIGALLI (Ph.D.

supervisor, Università Bocconi, Milan); Prof. Andreu MAS-COLELL (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona), Prof. Aldo MONTESANO (Università Bocconi, Milan); Prof. Rosemarie NAGEL (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona).

July 2007 Master in Industrial Economics, Universidad de Valencia June 2001 Master in Economics (with distinction), Università Bocconi, Milan July 2000 Degree in Economics, Università Bocconi, Milan, with a major in Economic Theory and Analysis. Final mark: 110/110 cum laude Sept. ’96 – Jan. 1997 Exchange student at Queen Mary and Westfield College (Department of Economics and Mathematics), University of London (UK) July 1994 High School Scientific Diploma, Galatina (Lecce, Italy). Final mark: 60/60.

PREVIOUS RESEARCH POSITIONS

2007 – 2011 Junior Chair at Toulouse School of Economics (Fondation “Jean-Jacques Laffont” – Chair “Georges Meyer” in Mathematical Economics) and LERNA (Laboratoire d’Économie des Ressources Naturelles) 2009 Research Fellow, Institute of Business Management and Labor Economics, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Milan 2007 Associate Researcher at “Laboratory of Experimental Economics” (LEE), Universitat Jaume I, Castellón (Spain) 2005 Ph.D. visiting student at Univesitat Autonoma, Barcelona (Spain) 2004 – 2005 Ph.D. visiting student at Univesitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (Spain) TEACHING and other ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

March 2012 – May 2012 Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris):

Lecturer of Economics of Information (Master).

Jan. 2012 – Feb.

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Sept. 2003 – Dec. 2006 Università Bicocca (Milan):

Teaching Assistant of Economic Policy, Public Finance (undergraduate).

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Feb. 2002 – June 2007 Administrative Assistant of the Director of DES (“Degree in Economics and Social Sciences”) at Università Bocconi, Milan.

Oct. 2002 – Oct. 2004 Representative of Bocconi Ph.D. students in the Faculty Council.

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NON-ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Sept. – Nov. 1999 Stage at the Commercial Office of “Italian Embassy” in Paris (FR):

analysis of economic and financial data of Italian and French Economies Oct. ’98 – Jan. 1999 Supervisor ETS (Educational Testing Service) for TOEFL, GRE and GMAT computer-based exams at Calatafimi Linguistic Centre, Milan

RESEARCH ACTIVITY

Articles in refereed journals and books:

A.1) Book Review of “The Feeling of Risk: New Perspectives on Risk Perception”, by Paul Slovic.

Earthscan, London, 2010, Journal of Economic Psychology, 10.1016/j.joep.2011.12.010, forthcoming.

A.2) “The Price for Information about Probabilities and its Relation with Risk and Ambiguity” (with A. Montesano), Theory and Decision, doi: 10.1007/s11238-011-9271-6, forthcoming.

A.3) Book Review of “Prospect Theory: For Risk and Ambiguity”, by Peter P. Wakker. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2010, Journal of Economic Psychology, 2011, 32, pp. 538-540.

A.4) “Non Cooperative Games with Chained Confirmed Proposals” (with A. García-Gallego, N.

Georgantzis and A. Montesano), in L. A. Petrosjan and N. A. Zenkevitch (Eds.) Contributions to Game Theory and Management IV, 2011, pp. 19-32.

A.5) “Competing for Endogenous Information in an Irreversible Environmental Resource problem:

a game-theoretic analysis” (with A. Montesano), International Game Theory Review, 10, 2008, pp. 229-243.

A.6) “A Survey of Psychological Games: Theoretical Findings and Experimental Evidence” (with R. Nagel), in A. Innocenti and P. Sbriglia (Eds.) Games, Rationality and Behavior. Essays on Behavioral Game Theory and Experiments, Palgrave McMillan, 2008, pp. 204-232.

Papers under review in refereed journals:

B.1) The Value of Endogenous above Exogenous Information in Irreversible Environmental Decisions (2011), with A. Montesano, WP 10.01.307, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

Revised and Resubmitted to: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Papers submitted to refereed journals (posted in official WP series):

C.1) An Experiment on Prisoner’s Dilemma with Confirmed Proposals, with A. GarcíaGallego, N. Georgantzis and A. Montesano, WP 11.23.357, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

C.2) Voting as a Lottery, with L. Corazzini and F. Passarelli, TSE Working Papers 09-116, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).





C.3) Risk Aversion, Over-Confidence and Private Information as determinants of Majority Thresholds, with L. Corazzini, F. Passarelli and N. Georgantzis, TSE Working Papers 09-088, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).

C.4) Double Auction Equilibrium and Efficiency in a Classroom Experimental Search Market, with S. Centorrino and I. Moscati, WP 11.03.337, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

C.5) Cultural Investment, Local Development and Instantaneous Social Capital: A Case Study of a Gathering Festival in the South of Italy, with F. Casoria, S. Centorrino and G. Urso, WP 12.04.361, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

C.6) Relative Performance of Liability Rules: Experimental Evidence, with V. Angelova and Y. Hiriart, WP 12.05.362, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

C.7) An Experiment on Resource and Welfare Division through a Modified Trust Game, with S.

Ambec and A. Reynaud, WP 12.06.363, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

C.8) Disclosure of Belief-Dependent Preferences in the Trust Game, with P. Battigalli and R. Nagel, WP 12.07.364, LERNA, University of Toulouse.

Published Books:

D.1) Eventi, Cultura e Sviluppo. Il caso de La Notte della Taranta, con F. Giordano, EGEA, Università Bocconi (Milano), Agosto 2011, pp. 380 + XXXVIII [Book in Italian].

Other publications:

E.1) Coopérer, mode d’emploi, with R. Dessí, in L’Expansion, March 2011, p. 119 [French national economic magazine].

E.2) Monetary Observatory n. 3/2009, Laboratory of Monetary Analysis, Università Cattolica (Milan), with A. Antonietti, F. Casoria, I. Castelli, R. Carluccio, P. Iannello, A. Marchetti, D.

Massaro and P. Tedeschi, pp. 1-118 [Research report in Italian]

Working Papers, close to be submitted to refereed journals:

F.1) Incomplete Information Models of Guilt Aversion in the Trust Game, with P. Battigalli and E.

Manzoni.

F.2) The Effects of Social Ties on Coordination: Conceptual Foundations for an Empirical Analysis, with A. Hopfensitz, E. Lorini and F. Moisan.

Work in progress:

G.1) Disentangle Ambiguity Aversion and Probabilistic Risk Aversion in the Lab, with C. Gollier and A. Montesano.

G.2) Guilt and Reciprocity in Repeated Trust Games, with P. Battigalli and R. Nagel.

G.3) Alcohol consumption and perception as a source of social capital in mass events, with F.

Casoria and G. Urso.

G.4) Role-models, Identity and Cooperation, with R. Dessí and D. Robertson.

G.5) Cultural transmission as complementarity-building investment, with N. Georgantzis and M. Ginés.

G.6) Tournaments and piece rate schemes: homogeneous vs heterogeneous groups, with L.

Cappellari and P. Tedeschi.

G.7) Strategically Sophisticated Bidding in First-Price Auctions, with P. Battigalli, J. Brandts and G. Cappelletti.

CONFERENCES and WORKSHOPS ATTENDED (as Speaker) 2012: 1. “VIII International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Castellon, Spain (March). 2011: 1. SEET Workshop 2011, Agadir, Morocco (February). 2. “VII International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Barcelona, Spain (April). 3. Florence Annual Workshop on Behavioral and Experimental Economics (April). 4. “Experimental Methods and Economic Modelling”, Capua, Italy (June). 5. “Social Economics: the Young Economists’ Contribution”, Forlì, Italy (June, invited talk). 6. ESA “Economic Science Association World Meeting”, Luxembourg (September). 2010: 1.

SEET Workshop 2010, Marrakech, Morocco (January). 2. “VI International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Bilbao, Spain (April). 3. “Behavioral & Quantitative Game Theory Conference”, Newport, California (May). 4. “Cognitive and Experimental Economics Workshop”, CapuaCaserta, Italy (May, invited talk). 5. FUR “XIV International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory”, Newcastle, UK (June). 6. ESA “Economic Science Association European Meeting”, Copenhagen (July), 7. “XXV Jornadas de Economía Industrial”, Madrid, Spain (September). 8. Labsi Conference on “Neuroscience and Decision Making”, Siena, Italy (September). 9. “V Alhambra Experimental Workshop”, Granada, Spain (October). 2009: 1. “V International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Granada, Spain (April). 2. “BEE workshop on Neuroeconomics and Psychology”, Toulouse, France (June); 3. “PET Workshop on Public Economics: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches”, Lyon, France (June). 4. ESA “Economic Science Association European Meeting”, Innsbruck, Austria (September). 5. IV Alhambra Experimental Workshop, Granada, Spain (October). 6. Workshop on Markets and Firms Dynamics: from micro patterns to aggregate behaviours, Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe (December). 7. Workshop in honour of Roger

Myerson: Mechanism Design, Game Theory and Political Economy, Toulouse, France (December). 2008:

1. “IV International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Alicante, Spain (March). 2.

“Thematic Meeting of the French Economic Association”, Toulouse, France (June). 3. “Catholic University Summer School on Decision Processes”, Milan, Italy (June); 4. IAREP & SABE Congress on “Behavioural Economics and Economic Psychology”, Rome, Italy (September); 5. “Labsi International Conference on Political Economy and Public Choice: Theory and Experiments”, Salerno, Italy (September); 6. ESA “Economic Science Association European Meeting”, Lyon, France (Sept.). 2007: 1.

“Second PhD Presentation Meeting – Royal Economic Society”, London School of Economics, United Kingdom (January); 2. “Reciprocity: Theories and Facts - International Conference”, Università Bicocca Milan, Verbania, Italy (February); 3. “22nd European Conference on Operational Research”, Prague,

Czech Republic (July). 4. “Labsi International Conference on Political Economy and Public Choice:

Theory and Experiments”, Siena, Italy (September). 2006: 1. “Communication and Incentives” Conference, UCSB Economics, Santa Barbara, California (February, invited talk); 2. “International Workshop on Behavioural Game Theory”, Capua, Italy (May); 3. FUR “XII International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory”, Rome, Italy (June); 4. “6th Meeting on Game Theory and Practice dedicated to development, natural resources and the environment”, Zaragoza, Spain (July); 5. IAREP & SABE Congress on “Behavioural Economics and Economic Psychology”, Paris, France (July); 6. ESA “Economic Science Association North American Meeting”, Tucson, Arizona (September); 7. “European Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society”, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Torino, Italy (November); 8. “XXXI Simposio de Analisis Economico”, Oviedo, Spain (December). 2005: 1. “II International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioural Economics”, Valencia, Spain (December). 2004: 1. “IX Spring Meeting of Young Economists (SMYE)”, Warsaw, Poland (April); 2. Annual meeting of the “Society for Economic Design (SED)”, Mallorca, Spain (June); 3.

Annual meeting of the “European Economic Association (EEA)”, Madrid, Spain (August). 2003: 1.

“European Doctorate Group in Economics (EDGE) Jamboree”, Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, France (September); 2. “XXVIII Simposio de Analisis Economico”, Sevilla, Spain (December).

INVITED SEMINARS (as Speaker) 2012: 1. Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA, France (March). 2. Université du Maine (Le Mans), GAINS, France (March). 3. Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne, France (March). 4. Université de Strasbourg, BETA, France (March). 5. Université Paris-Nanterre, Economix, France (January). 6. Durham Business School, Durham UK (January). 2011: 1. University of Namur, Department of Economics, Belgium (March). 2. Durham Business School, Durham UK (July). 2010: 1.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Department of Economics and Business, Barcelona, Spain (December). 2.

Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa (December). 2009: 1. Universidad de Valencia, Department of Economics, Spain (November). 2. Università Cattolica, Milan, Department of Economics, Italy (July).

2008: 1. Università di Padova, Department of Economics, Italy (February). 2. “Workshop on Development and Behavioural Economics”, Universidad de Navarra, Spain (April). 2007: 1. Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Department of Economics, Seville, Spain (January) 2. Max Planck Institute of Economics, Strategic Interaction Group, Jena, Germany (January); 3. University of Oslo, Department of Economics, Norway (January); 4. Università Cattolica, Milan, Department of Economics, Italy (January); 5.

Università di Padova, Department of Economics, Italy (February); 6. Universidad Jaume I, Department of Economics, Castellon de La Plana, Spain (February); 7. Université de Toulouse, IDEI, France (March); 8.



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