Tenured full professors | Public and Behavioural Economics
Mirco Tonin is an applied economist with research interests in public, behavioural and experimental economics, dealing with issues such as motivation for charitable giving, discrimination in public services, attitudes towards privacy, consumers’ inertia.
He got his PhD from the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) at Stockholm University in 2007. Before joining unibz, he was Professor of Economics at the University of Southampton, UK, and UniCredit Fellow at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. He worked as consultant for the World Bank and the International Labor Office. He is affiliated with IZA (Bonn), CESifo (Munich) and the Dondena Centre at Bocconi University. He is also an editorialist for the Corriere dell’Alto Adige.
27058 · SECS-P/02 · Economics and Social Sciences PPE (L-33) · IT
27061B · SECS-P/02 · Master Economics and Management of the Public Sector (LM-63) · EN
Public, Behavioural and Experimental Economics