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Pugno, Maurizio

Maurizio Pugno (M.Phil. in Economics, Cambridge, UK) is full-time professor in economics (Cassino University). He has recently taught at the Universities of Trento, Bicocca (Milan), and at the S.Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa). His fields of interests at CREAM are behavioural economics and economic psychology. He has recently published papers on the happiness paradox, on the role of the self and of emotions in decision making, on the role of entrepreneurship in economic development. His experience of research is both theoretical and empirical. He has been a local director of research in several interuniversity projects.

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University of Cassino, CREAM Economics Center (Centro di Analisi Economica CREAtività e Motivazioni)

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Prossimi eventi


WIDER Development Conference – Human capital and growth

Lun, 2016-06-06 - Mar, 2016-06-07


The 13th Workshop on Social Economy for Young Economists

Ven, 2016-06-10 - Sab, 2016-06-11


2nd European Conference on Social Networks

Mar, 2016-06-14 - Ven, 2016-06-17


16th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference

Lun, 2016-06-20 - Mer, 2016-06-22


The contemporary relevance of the work of Pierre Bourdieu

Lun, 2016-07-04 - Mer, 2016-07-06


CESIfo Workshop on The Economics of Philanthropy

Lun, 2016-07-18 - Mar, 2016-07-19


Social Capital in Context: Crisis, Values and Power

Mer, 2016-09-07 - Ven, 2016-09-09


Social Capital, Ethnicity and Health

Mar, 2016-11-01 - Mer, 2016-11-02