Title: Rational cooperation in finitely repeated games

Presenter: Maria BigoniUniversity of Bologna

Time: 5–6.15 pm

About the Presenter

Maria Bigoni is Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna. She obtained a Ph.D. in Economics, Markets and Institutions from the IMT in Lucca in 2008. 

Her main research interest is experimental economics, applied to the study of cooperation in repeated social dilemmas, industrial organization and learning. Her most recent line of research focuses on the effects of economic inequality on cooperation. She is Chief Editor of the Journal of the Economic Science Association.

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