Upcoming Guests of the Research Unit
David Reinstein is an Economist based at the University of Exeter. His research considers other-regarding behavior, charitable giving, returns to education, applications of mechanism design, and psychology and economics.
Paul Smeets is an Associate Professor in Finance at Maastricht University. His research particularly focuses on understanding what motivates millionaires to give to charity, how the rich think about income redistribution and how money increases happiness.
Micael Castanheira is a director for research with the Belgian National Science Foundation, he works at ECARES and is a professor at ULB, where he also teaches microeconomics and political economics. His main research topics include the political economics of collective decisions, and of reforms.
Lawrence Blume is Goldwin Smith Professor of Economics at Cornell University. His research fields are evolutionary processes in markets and games, economic theory, and game theory.
Marco Faravelli is an Associate Professor of economics at The University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia. His main field of research is microeconomics, both from a theoretical and an experimental perspective, with a particular interest in political economy.