Matteo M. Galizzi

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Biography

Dr Matteo M. Galizzi graduated and obtained a doctoral degree at University of Pavia. He holds a MSc in Econometrics and a PhD in economics from University of York. He spent specialization periods in Oxford and Mannheim, and has worked as Marie Curie Fellow at University Autònoma of Barcelona, Alan Williams Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics in York, Assistant Professor at University of Brescia, and Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. His main expertise is the design of lab and field experiments, and the econometric analysis of experimental and micro data. He is currently working on experiments in health behaviour and nutrition with the Centre for Study of Incentives in Health directed by Professor Paul Dolan.

Publications

The Effect of Hospital Governance on Optimal Contracts: Bargaining versus Contracting (with Marisa Miraldo). Journal of Health Economics (2011) 30, 408-424.

Effects of Reference Pricing in Pharmaceutical Markets: a Review (with Simone Ghislandi and Marisa Miraldo). PharmacoEconomics (2011) 29 (1) 17-33.

The Political Economy of Cultural Spending: Evidence from Italian Cities (with Chiara Dalle Nogare). Journal of Cultural Economics (2011) in press.

What Do We Really Know About Reference Pricing for Pharmaceuticals? Evidence from a Systematic Review of the Literature (with Simone Ghislandi and Marisa Miraldo). EuroHealth (2011) in press.

Networks, Learning Cognition, and Economics (with Michele Bernasconi). Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (2011) in press. Springer.

Persuasion in Experimental Ultimatum Games (with Ola Andersson, Tim Hoppe, Sebastian Kranz, Erik Wengström and Karen van der Wiel). Economics Letters (2010) 108, 16-18.

Network Formation in Repeated Interactions: Experimental Evidence on Dynamic Behaviour (with Michele Bernasconi). Mind and Society (2010) 9 (2), 193-228.

Are You What You Eat? Experimental Evidence on Health Habits and Time and Risk Preferences (with Marisa Miraldo). University of Brescia Department of Economics Working Paper 1003 (2010).

Are You What You Eat? (with Marisa Miraldo) www.voxeu.org|: http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/5174|, June 2010 (2010).

Advocatus Et Non Latro? Testing the Supplier-Induced Demand Hypothesis for Italian Courts of Justice (with Paolo Buonanno). University of Brescia Department of Economics Working Paper 0914 (2009).

Reference Pricing in Finnish Pharmaceutical Markets: Pre-Policy Evaluation (with Simone Ghislandi, Joni Hokkanen, Aki Kangasharju, Ismo Linnosmaa, Marisa Miraldo and Hannu Valtonen) Report 2009:25 of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health (2009). Helsinki: Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.

Bargaining and Networks in a Gas Bilateral Duopoly. University of Brescia Department of Economics Working Paper 0906 (2009).

The More You Vote, the More You Count in Europe (with Maurizio Lisciandra), www.voxeu.org|: http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/3710|, June 2009 (2009).

Optimal Contracts and Contractual Arrangements Within the Hospital: Bargaining versus Take-it-or-leave-it Offers (with Marisa Miraldo). University of York Centre for Health Economics Research Paper 37 (2008).

Experts and Peer Pressure in Food and Wine Tasting: Evidence from a Pilot Experiment (with Paolo Buonanno, Giovanni Caggiano, Leone Leonida and Paolo Vanin). Enometrica (2008) 1, 51-68. (2008) 1, 51-68.

The International Investments of Brescia's Industrial Sector. Third Report on Industry Internalization in Brescia. Brescia&Impresa (2008) 1, 27-76. AIB Confindustria Brescia (Brescia Confederation of Business Industry).

Networks and Price Formation in a Gas Bilateral Duopoly. Proceedings of SIEP Public Economists Annual Meeting (2007). Pavia.

Price Formation in Gas Thin Markets: Insights from Networks and Bargaining Models, University of Milan DEPA Working Paper (2006) 2006-12.

The Dynamic of Corporate Tax Rates in European Union Members (with Paolo Maria Panteghini), Fiscalità Internazionale (2006)3.06, 224-230.

Coordination in Network Formation: Experimental Evidence on Learning and Salience (with Michele Bernasconi). CTN-FEEM Working Paper 107.05 (2005).

Tax Policy in European Union New Members: Slovenia (with Simona Scabrosetti). Tax Policy and Tax Reforms in EU New Members (2004). Routledge.

Bargaining and Networks in Bilateral Energy Oligopolies. Economia Pubblica (2004) 34, 27-51.

Cooperation and Negotiations in a Thin Market. Proceedings of SIEP Public Economists Annual Meeting (2004). Pavia.

Bilateral Oligopoly: a Prelude. Proceedings of SIEP Public Economists Annual Meeting (2003). Pavia.

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