Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
Research interests: public economics, economic theory, fundraising, contests
309B Tilton Hall
Personal website: econ.tulane.edu/sbarbier
Stefano Barbieri is Associate Professor of Economics at Tulane University. He
received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.
Before moving to the United States from Italy, Dr. Barbieri received his B.S.
in economics from Bocconi University in Milan in 1998. Dr. Barbieri is interested
in cooperation broadly defined. Examples of applications of his research include
the behavioral basis of the decision to join a citizens’ group, the analysis
of efficiency and profitability of various fundraising mechanisms, the effects
of complementarity of efforts within teams and on the competition across teams,
and the analysis of how a focus on poverty and inequality shapes the political
economy incentives to cooperate within governments.
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