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Third party punishment and criminal: an experiment with Italian camorra prison inmates
In Third Party punishment experiments (Fehr et al.; 2004), an agent may be punished for violating a social norm by an uninvolved observer - or third party - whose payoff is unaffected by the behavior of the same agent. ...
How do the institutions involved in scientific collaboration deal with different kinds of distance? An analysis of the co-authorships of scientific publications
In the scientific collaborations among different institutions at least two types of distance may be identified: spatial and institutional. We talk about spatial distance if the institutions are located in different places; ...
Optimal compensation contracts for optimistic managers
We study an employment contract between an (endogenously) optimistic manager and realistic investors. The manager faces a trade-off between ensuring that effort reflects accurate news and savoring emotionally beneficial ...
La valutazione economica dei Parchi Marini. Il caso “Punta Infreschi”
I criteri sulla sostenibilità ambientale, sociale ed economica della produzione turistica hanno ispirato l’analisi sulla improrogabile riqualificazione dell’offerta balneare delle destinazioni mediterranee. In quest’ottica, ...
Cooperative credit banks: some fundamental institutional features
The aim of this paper is to analyze individual preferences in relation to different job characteristics. This is an important issue in the light of the huge literature in labor economics and human resource management ...
Asymmetry in the permanent price impact of block purchases and sales: theory and empirical evidence
This paper extends previous research which has examined the market impact of large transactions in bull and bear markets by examining the information effects of trades. Previous research has demonstrated that the information ...