Microeconomics Research Group
Design of resource allocation mechanisms, welfare economics, health economics, behavioral economics, and policy analysis
The Microeconomics group conducts research in microeconomic methodology and its applications. Current research activities are concentrated in different thematic areas as Game Theory and Mechanism Design, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Policy Analysis and applications, Multi‐Criterion Decision problems, Planning and Performance Measurement
The group comprises an international team of faculty members who are strongly committed to advancing the scientific understanding of the efficiency and distributive consequences of economic mechanisms. The group organizes conferences, seminars and lectures within microeconomics and aims at publishing the results of our research in the leading economic/business economic journals and in relevant top-field journals.
Head of group is associate professor Sibilla Di Guida.