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Dr Rossella Argenziano

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Department of Economics
Dr Rossella Argenziano
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  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 873418

  • Location

    5B.317, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    By Appointment

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Microeconomic Theory

Open to supervise

Game Theory

Open to supervise

Industrial Organization

Open to supervise

Decision Theory

Open to supervise

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Economics of Incentives (EC951)

Previous supervision

Kai Zhang
Kai Zhang
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Master of Research
Awarded date: 8/7/2019
Junghum Park
Junghum Park
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Master of Research
Awarded date: 8/7/2019
Pedro Esteves
Pedro Esteves
Thesis title: Three Essays on Applied Microeconomic Theory
Degree subject: Economics
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 21/11/2014

Publications

Journal articles (11)

Argenziano, R. and Gilboa, I., (2019). Perception-Theoretic Foundations of Weighted Utilitarianism. The Economic Journal. 129 (620), 1511-1528

Argenziano, R. and Weeds, H., (2019). Bias and Negligence with Freedom of Information. The Economic Journal. 129 (624), 2979-2998

Argenziano, R. and Gilboa, I., (2019). Second-Order Induction in Prediction Problems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116 (21), 10323-10328

Argenziano, R. and Gilboa, I., (2017). Psychophysical foundations of the Cobb–Douglas utility function. Economics Letters. 157 (C), 21-23

Argenziano, R., Severinov, S. and Squintani, F., (2016). Strategic Information Acquisition and Transmission. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. 8 (3), 119-155

Argenziano, R. and Schmidt-Dengler, P., (2014). Clustering in N-Player Preemption Games. Journal of the European Economic Association. 12 (2), 368-396

Argenziano, R. and Schmidt-Dengler, P., (2013). Competition, timing of entry and welfare in a preemption game. Economics Letters. 120 (3), 509-512

Argenziano, R. and Schmidt-Dengler, P., (2012). Inefficient entry order in preemption games. Journal of Mathematical Economics. 48 (6), 445-460

Argenziano, R. and Gilboa, I., (2012). History as a coordination device. Theory and Decision. 73 (4), 501-512

Ambrus, A. and Argenziano, R., (2009). Asymmetric Networks in Two-Sided Markets. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. 1 (1), 17-52

Argenziano, R., (2008). Differentiated networks: equilibrium and efficiency. The Rand Journal of Economics. 39 (3), 747-769

Reports and Papers (1)

Argenziano, R. and Gilboa, I., (2017). Precedents, Reputation, and Higher-Order Induction

Grants and funding

2018

Information Revelation and Consumer Privacy

British Academy

Contact

r.argenziano@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873418

Location:

5B.317, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

By Appointment