The Department of Economics and Business (DSEA) “Marco Fanno”, in collaboration with CRIEP has invited professor Matthew O. Jackson, from Stanford University, to give a lesson, on the occasion of the opening of the Ph.D programme, titled: “Human networks and their economic consequences”. The lecture will take place on september 27th at Sala Carmeli, via G. Galilei, 36, Padova.
Chair: professor Salvador Barberà, from autonomous university of Barcelona
Presiede il professor Salvador Barberà, dall’università autonoma di Barcellona.
Salvador Barberà in Emeritus Professor at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He obtained his Ph.D in Economics at the Northwestern University. Furthermore he is a member of Econometric Society and winner of the Rey Juan Carlos prize for Economics. His main research issues are: public economics, incentives, utility and games theory.
Matthew O. Jackson is William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University. He taught also at Northwestern University and Caltech. He obtained his Ph.D. at Stanford University in 1988. His main research issues are: games theory, microeconomics and the study of Social and economic networks.
The event is part of the 2018 visiting call “Institutions and Mechanism for the Public Provision of Private Goods” financed by Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo. Limited seats available, reservation is needed.