Title:Restrizioni alla pubblicità nelle libere professioni Author(s):MOTTA, Massimo; FUMAGALLI, ChiaraDate:1999Citation:
- Mercato Concorrenza Regole, 1999, 1, 3, 421-445
Title:Lower and Upper Bounds of Returns to Schooling: An exercise in IV Estimation with Different Instruments Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; WINTER-EBMER, RudolfDate:1999Citation:
- European Economic Review, 1999, 43, 4-6, 889-901
Type:ArticleAbstract:Several recent studies based on exogenous' sources of variation in educational outcomes show IV estimates of returns to schooling that are substantially higher than the corresponding OLS estimates. Card (1995a, Earnings, ...
Title:More Equal but Less Mobile?: Education Financing and Intergenerational Mobility in Italy and in the US Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; CHECCHI, Daniele; RUSTICHINI, AldoDate:1999Citation:
- Journal of Public Economics, 1999, 74, 3, 551-593
Type:ArticleAbstract:A centralised and egalitarian school system reduces the cost of education for poor families, and so it should reduce income inequality and make intergenerational mobility easier. In this paper we provide evidence that ...
Title:La disciplina limitativa dei licenziamenti: effetti e giustificazione nella letteratura economica recente Author(s):ICHINO, AndreaDate:1997Citation:
- Politica economica, 1997, 13, 3, 375-408
Title:Social Roles as an Effective Learning Mechanism Author(s):SCHLAG, Karl H.; POLLOCK, GregoryDate:1999Citation:
- Rationality and Society, 1999, 11, 4, 371-397.
Type:ArticleAbstract:Using the 'Buyer-Seller' game as an idealized form of social interaction across complementary roles, we examine two forms of 'myopic learning', where individuals try to improve their response to their immediately past ...
Title:Hierarchies of Conditional Beliefs and Interactive Epistemology in Dynamic Games Author(s):BATTIGALLI, Pierpaolo; SINISCALCHI, MarcianoDate:1999Citation:
- Journal of Economic Theory, 1999, 88, 1, 188-230.
Type:ArticleAbstract:The epistemic analysis of solution concepts for dynamic games involves statements about the players' beliefs conditional upon different histories of play, their conditional beliefs about each other's conditional beliefs, ...
Title:Which One Should I Imitate? Author(s):SCHLAG, Karl H.Date:1999Citation:
- Journal of Mathematical Economics, 1999, 31, 4, 493-522.
Type:ArticleAbstract:An individual repeatedly faces the same decision. Payoffs generated by his available actions are noisy. This individual forgets earlier experience and is limited to learn by observing current success of two other individuals. ...
Title:Synchronic Information, Knowledge and Common Knowledge in Extensive Games Author(s):BATTIGALLI, Pierpaolo; BONANNO, GiacomoDate:1999Citation:
- Research in Economics, 1999, 53, 1, 77-99.
Type:ArticleAbstract:Restricting attention to the class of extensive games defined by von Neumann and Morgenstern (1944) with the added assumption of perfect recall, we specify the information of each player at each node of the game-tree in a ...
Title:Interactive Beliefs, Epistemic Independence and Strong Rationalizability Author(s):BATTIGALLI, Pierpaolo; SINISCALCHI, MarcianoDate:1999Citation:
- Research in Economics, 1999, 53, 3, 247-273.
Type:ArticleAbstract:We use a universal, extensive form interactive beliefs system to provide an epistemic characterization of a weak and a strong notion of rationalizability with independent beliefs. The weak solution concept is equivalent ...