Roberta Dessi, assistant professor UT Capitole and TSE, will defend her HDR in economics on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at 3:00 PM.
Title : « Incentives, Beliefs and Economic Behaviour »
- Jean-Marie Lozachmeur (Senior researcher, CNRS)
- Gianni De Fraja (Professor, Nottingham School of Economics)
- Guido Friebel (Professor, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
- Sébastien Pouget (TSE researcher, University Toulouse 1 Capitole)
- Roberto Weber (Professor, University of Zurich)
- Ingela Alger (Senior researcher, CNRS
Zoom link to join the meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75017392080?pwd=Umw1eEVReVpxdTFSaE1XT3MxUzB0dz09
My research focuses on two broad areas. The first is Firms, Finance and Incentives. Finance matters for firms not just because they need to fund production, sales and investments, but also because the way in which finance is provided, and the role of investors, impacts incentives, behaviour and performance. I study this in the case of large, publicly held companies, and innovative startups.
The second main pillar of my research focuses on individuals, whose beliefs and behaviour are strongly influenced by their identity and social environment. I review my research on identity, memory, belief biases, and social capital.