Nicola Lacetera

He is Associate Professor of Economics and Management at the University of Toronto, Canada, and a member of the National Bureau of Economic Research in the USA. He previously lectured at the Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, USA). Graduating from Bocconi University, he obtained a research doctorate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests concern experimental economics, the role of ethics and psychology in economic decisions, and the economics of innovation and industrial organisation. At the University of Toronto he teaches courses in behavioural economics, data analysis and the economics of innovation. Web page:


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Markets for the human body: exploitation or opportunity?

speaker and coordinator Mario Macis In Italy, as in many other countries, the demand for transplant organs exceeds...