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Salvo Nunnari
Associate Professor at . Political Economy and Experimental Economics. Alumnus. Former and . Funded by .
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Check out our great class of Job Market Candidates! 👇
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R. Michael Alvarez Nov 25
Friends of , many of you have heard that Kim Border passed away recently, he will be missed by us all. There is a nice tribute to his career and dedication to his students and colleagues on the website.
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Danila Serra Nov 24
*ADOPT A PAPER program* Call for mentors & mentees of all genders! Junior scholars in Econ submit a working paper and receive comments from a senior scholar. Aims to expand & diversify access to high quality feedback. Excited to launch with !
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Nicola Limodio Nov 24
So happy that today from is e-visiting and giving a talk in the political economy seminar. She will present "Corruption, Intimidation, and Whistleblowing: An Empirical Approach". Contacts in pic below if you want to follow the seminar.
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 23
We use a Bocconi Outlook/Microsoft account which has a limit of 500 recipients per email and 5000 emails per day. It’s not ideal — we have 2000+ subscribers and this requires updating (manually!) and emailing 5 separate distribution lists — but we don’t see an (easy) alternative.
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 23
For us, the major technological hurdle was to figure out how to manage a large mailing list. It’s impossible to do it with free email accounts but also institutional accounts have some frustrating limitations (e.g., on the number of recipients per email or emails per day).
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 23
I don’t agree with everything (or, at least, some of these suggestions were not immediately applicable to VIBES) but you should check this out:
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Market Design Community Nov 22
Whether you're sending applications or sorting through those you've received, there are five seminars this week to take the edge off: in , Michael Woodford in VIBES, in AMETS, Marek Pycia in SET, and Nicolas Lambert in .
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 19
Congratulations!
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Ernesto Reuben Nov 18
Come work with us at the newly established Center for Behavioral Institutional Design at . We are looking for five postdoctoral researchers with expertise in experimental or theoretical methods to start in Sep 2021. You can apply here
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 18
I think you’re right. The point of my tweet was to tell job market candidates interested in applying to departments based in Italy they shouldn’t be deterred by the experience of and the situation described by . PS: Alexia, let me know if I can be of help!
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 18
Replying to @PaoloCrosetto @Osea82
I agree this is absurd, reduces the ability of many Italian universities to attract talent and should be changed. At the same time, this is not true of all Italian universities. Certainly, this is not the case here at Bocconi (and, I bet, EUI, Collegio Carlo Alberto and EIEF).
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Astrid Nov 17
Can you detect a smile under a facemask? Very excited about this new project with . Do the survey at:
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Ben Golub Nov 17
🚨 Postdoc opportunity (deadline Nov 26) 🚨 Paolo Pin at the University of Siena is hiring for a postdoctoral position. The focus is modeling attitudes toward vaccination and designing behavioral experiments to investigate them. Up to 3 years in duration. 1/2
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POLECONUK Webinar Nov 16
On 30 Nov, we are very glad to welcome Friederike Mengel (), presenting "The Causal Effect of Inequality on Attribution and Social Trust", (joint with Andrea Albertazzi and Patrick Lown). This is brand-new work that does not have a paper yet - do not miss it!
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 12
Willemien didn't share a paper with us and I believe this is work in progress. But this is a related to another super interesting paper of hers with Alvaro Sandroni which is forthcoming on . You find it here (and abstract is in the pic): .
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Selim Gulesci Nov 12
We are hiring! If you are an applied economist who wants to work in a collegial environment and live in a beautiful city, you must consider TCD Econ:
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 11
Why does organizational culture matter for outcomes and how does it interact with economic incentives? Willemien Kets proposes a behavioral model where culture affects people's beliefs about what others might do. Re-watch her VIBES talk here:
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Salvo Nunnari Nov 11
Congratulations!
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Andrea Robbett Nov 9
New working paper on partisan expressive voting with Punchline: When Dems and Reps vote on the answers to factual questions about politics, they give *more partisan* answers when they know there are more likeminded people in the group who will learn the outcome. Thread
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