Amalia Di Girolamo
Dr Di Girolamo’s topics of current research include: a) Competitiveness vs. endurance: measuring competitiveness and risk aversion with a field and a lab experiment; b) Personality Traits in Tax Compliance; c) Peer-networking in academic journals: a gender perspective; d) The impact of interactive whiteboard on the gender gap
Dr Drouvelis’ research interests are in the area of behavioural and experimental economics. Currently, his main research interests are on social preferences, on voluntary cooperation in the presence of free rider incentives, coordination games and on the impact of emotions on economic decision-making.
Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Dr Solaz’s main research interests lie within behavioural economics. He mainly uses lab experimental methods to study the economic implications and foundations of behavioural phenomena. In particular, he focuses on the determinants of cooperation in collective actions, the emergence and enforcement of social norms, and recently the role of behavioural biases on voting.