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Curriculum vitae Luca Matteo STANCA - University of Milano
Curriculum vitae
Luca Matteo STANCA
Nato il 22/10/1967, coniugato, 5 figli, residente a Segrate
Professore Ordinario di Economia Politica
Università di Milano Bicocca
http://dipeco.economia.unimib.it/Persone/Stanca/
FORMAZIONE
1995 - 99
London School of Economics: Ph.D. in Economics.
1992 - 93
London School of Economics: Master of Science in Economics.
1991 - 95
Università di Ancona: Dottorato di Ricerca in Economia Politica.
1991 - 92
Università di Pavia: Abilitazione all'esercizio della professione di dottore
commercialista
1986 - 91
Università Bocconi: Laurea con lode in Economia Politica.
ESPERIENZE PROFESSIONALI
2013 - 16
Università di Milano Bicocca: Professore Ordinario di Economia Politica.
Direttore del Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology
and Social Sciences (CISEPS). Direttore del Laboratorio di Economia
Sperimentale (EELab). Docente per i corsi di Microeconomia, Politica
Economica Macro, Econometrics. Co-Editor, International Review of
Economics. Editorial Board, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental
Economics.
2014 – 16
Fondazione per l’Educazione Finanziaria e al Risparmio, Milano:
membro del Comitato Scientifico.
2008 – 15
Fondazione Franceschi, Milano: docente a contratto, “Diritto al Lavoro”,
“Green Jobs, Università Scuole Territorio Imprese”.
2012 – 13
Università Bocconi, Milano. Docente a contratto per il corso di
Microeconomia.
2004 – 13
Università Cattolica, Milano. Docente a contratto per il corso Foundations
of Econometrics (Ph.D., DEFAP).
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2004 – 12
Gruppo CLAS, progetto Excelsior. Consulenza econometrica e
elaborazione di un modello previsionale dei flussi di entrata nel mercato del
lavoro italiano.
2003 – 10
CERTET, Osservatorio Immobiliare. Consulenza econometrica e
elaborazione di un modello previsionale per la dinamica dei prezzi degli
immobili nell’area milanese.
2002 – 04
Fiera di Milano. Modello previsionale della dinamica congiunturale.
2002 - 12
Università di Milano Bicocca, Dipartimento di Economia Politica:
Professore Associato di Economia Politica.
1998 - 02
London School of Economics: Lecturer in Economics. Docente per i corsi
di Macroeconomics I (MSc) e Macroeconomic Principles (BSc). University
of London: Chief Examiner, Macroeconomics (External Programme).
Visiting Lecturer, University of London (EP), University of Moscow
(ICEF), University of Athens.
1999 - 02
Università di Milano Bicocca, Dipartimento di Economia Politica:
Ricercatore in Economia Politica.
1995 – 01
Economic and Social Cohesion Laboratory, London School of
Economics: consultant.
1995 – 99
Center for Economic Performance, London School of Economics:
Research Associate, Growth and Technology Programme.
1993 - 95
Organizzazione per la Cooperazione e lo Sviluppo Economico (OCSE),
Parigi: Economist (Young Professional Programme). Economics
Department: analisi macroeconomica, cicli economici, mercato del lavoro.
Financial and Fiscal Affairs Department: monitoraggio e analisi strutturale
dei mercati finanziari.
ARTICOLI SU RIVISTE SCIENTIFICHE
1. Pagani, L., Argentin, G., Gui, M., & Stanca, L., "The Impact of Digital Skills on
Educational Outcomes: Evidence from Performance Tests", Educational Studies,
forthcoming.
2. Rotondi, V., Stanca, L. (2015), “The Effect of Particularism on Corruption: Theory and
Empirical Evidence”, Journal of Economic Psychology, 51, 219-235.
3. Battiston, P., Stanca, L. (2015), “Boundedly Rational Opinion Dynamics in Social
Networks: Does Indegree Matter?”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization,
119, 400-421.
4. Stanca, L., Veenhoven, R. (2015), “Consumption and Happiness: an Introduction”,
International Review of Economics, 62(2), 91-99.
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5. Faravelli, M., Stanca, L. (2014),"Economic Incentives and Social Preferences: Causal
Evidence of Non-Separability", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization,108,
273-289.
6. Colombo, E., Stanca, L. (2014), "Measuring the Monetary Value of Social Relations: a
Hedonic Approach", Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 50, 77-87.
7. Colombo, E., Stanca, L. (2014), “The Impact of Training on Productivity: Evidence
from a Panel of Italian Firms”, International Journal of Manpower, 35(8), 1140-1158.
8. Colombo, E., Michelangeli, A., Stanca, L. (2014), “La dolce Vita: Hedonic Estimates
of Quality of Life in Italian Cities”, Regional Studies, 48(8), 1404-1418.
9. Sacchi, S., Stanca, L. (2014), “Asymmetric perception of gains vs non-losses and losses
vs non-gains: The causal role of regulatory focus”, Journal of Behavioral Decision
Making, 27, 48-56.
10. Pelligra, V., Stanca, L. (2013), “To Give or Not To Give? Equity, Efficiency and
Altruistic Behavior in an Artefactual Field Experiment”, Journal of Socio-Economics,
46, 1-9.
11. Stanca, L., Gui, M., Gallucci, M. (2013), “Attracted but Unsatisfied: The Effects of
Sensational Content on Television Consumption Choices”, Journal of Media
Economics, 26, 82-97 [Radio clip, in Italian]
12. Corazzini, L., Pavesi, F., Petrovich, B., Stanca, L. (2012), “Influential Listeners: An
Experiment on Persuasion Bias in Social Networks”, European Economic Review,
56(6), 1276–1288.
13. Faravelli, M., Stanca, L. (2012), “When Less is More: Rationing and Rent Dissipation
in Stochastic Contests”, Games and Economic Behavior, 74, 170-183.
14. Rizzolli, M., Stanca, L. (2012), “Judicial Errors and Crime Deterrence: Theory and
Experimental Evidence”, Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 55(2), 311-338.
15. Faravelli, M., Stanca, L. (2012), “Single versus Multiple Prize Contests to Finance
Public Goods: Theory and Experimental Evidence”, Journal of Economic Behavior and
Organization, 81, 677-688.
16. Stanca, L. (2012), “Suffer the Little Children: Measuring the Effects of Parenthood on
Well-Being Worldwide”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 81(3), 742750.
17. Basu, K., Becchetti, L., Stanca, L. (2011) “Experiments with the Traveler's Dilemma:
Welfare, Strategic Choice and Implicit Collusion”, Social Choice and Welfare, 37(4),
575-595.
18. Bruni, L., Mantovani, M., Stanca, L. (2011), “The Effect of Motivations on Social
Indirect Reciprocity: an Experimental Analysis”, Applied Economics Letters, 18 (17),
1709-1711.
19. Stanca, L. (2011), “Social science and neuroscience: how can they inform each other?”
(2011), International Review of Economics , 58(3), 243-256.
20. Corazzini, L., Faravelli, M., Stanca, L. (2010), “A Prize to Give for: An Experiment on
Public Good Funding Mechanisms”, The Economic Journal, 120, 944–967.
21. Stanca, L. (2010), “The Geography of Economics and Happiness: Spatial Patterns in
the Effects of Economic Conditions on Well-Being”, Social Indicators Research, 99(1),
115-133.
22. Stanca, L. (2010), “How to be Kind? Outcomes versus Intentions as Determinants of
Fairness”, Economics Letters, 106(1), 19-21.
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23. Gui, B., Stanca, L. (2010), “Happiness and relational goods: Well-being and
interpersonal relations in the economic sphere” (2010), International Review of
Economics, 57 (2), 105-118.
24. Stanca, L. (2009), “With or Without You: Measuring the Quality of Relational Life
Throughout the World”, Journal of Socio-Economics, 38, 834-842.
25. Bruni, L., Corazzini, L., Stanca, L. (2009), “Testing Theories of Reciprocity: Do
Motivations Matter?”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 71(2), 233-245
26. Stanca, L. (2009), “Measuring Indirect Reciprocity: Whose Back Do We Scratch?”
(2009), Journal of Economic Psychology, 30(2), 190-202.
27. Bruni, L., Stanca, L. (2008), “Watching alone: Relational Goods, Television and
Happiness”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 65(3-4), 506-528.
28. Bruni, L., Stanca, L. (2006), “Income Aspirations, Television and Happiness: Evidence
from the World Values Survey”, Kyklos, 59(2), 209-225.
29. Stanca, L. (2006), “The effects of attendance on academic performance: panel data
evidence for Introductory Microeconomics”, Journal of Economic Education, 37(3),
251-266.
30. Colombo, E., Stanca, L. (2006), “Investment decisions and the soft budget constraint:
evidence from Hungarian manufacturing firms”, The Economics of Transition, 14(1),
171-198.
31. Manasse, P., Stanca, L. (2006), “Working on the train: trade, technology and wages
in Italian manufacturing”, Rivista di Politica Economica, p. 177-202.
32. Manasse, P., Stanca, L., Turrini, A. (2004), "Wage Premia and Skill Upgrading in Italy:
Why the Hound did not Bark, Labour Economics, vol. 11(1), pp. 59-83.
33. Colombo, E., Stanca, L. (2002), “Il contenuto informativo dell’attività fieristica per
l’analisi congiunturale”, Rivista di Politica Economica, vol. 92, no. 9-10, pp. 57-96.
34. Gallegati, M., Stanca, L. (1999), "The dynamic relation between financial conditions
and investment: evidence from panel data", Industrial and Corporate Change, 8 (3),
551-572.
35. Delli Gatti, D., Gallegati, M., Stanca, L. (1999), "Financial fragility, heterogeneous
agents, and aggregate fluctuations: evidence from a panel of U.S. firms", Applied
Financial Economics, 9, 87-99.
36. Stanca, L. (1999), "Asymmetries and Non-linearities in the Italian business cycle",
Applied Economics, 31, 483-491.
37. Stanca, L. (1999), "Are business cycles all alike? Evidence from long run international
data", Applied Economics Letters, 6, pp. 765-769.
38. Stanca, L. (1999), "Le fluttuazioni economiche in Italia: un riesame dell'ipotesi del
ciclo rappresentativo", Rivista di Politica Economica, 1/99, 1-44.
39. Gallegati, M., Stanca, L. (1998), “The historical properties of Italian macroeconomic
fluctuations”, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, Vol. 106, N. 2/98.
40. Stanca, L. (1998), "The postwar stabilization of economic fluctuations: evidence from a
chain index of Italian GDP", Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, Vol. 106, N.
1/98, pp. 89-114.
41. Stanca, L. (1996), "Regolarità empiriche del ciclo economico italiano", Giornale degli
Economisti e Annali di Economia, Vol. LV, N.2, April-June 1996, pp.211-240
VOLUMI
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1. “Città italiane in cerca di qualità. Dove e perchè si vive meglio”, with E. Colombo and
A. Michelangeli, Egea, 2012.
2. “Financial Market Imperfections and Corporate Decisions: Lessons from the transition
Process in Hungary”, con Emilio Colombo, Springer, 2005.
3. “Il ruolo della Fiera di Milano nell’economia italiana”, con Emilio Colombo e Luca
Mocarelli, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2003.
4. “The Role of Financial Markets in Generating Business”, Edwin Mellen Press, New
York, 2002.
5. “Macroeconomics”, University of London Press, London, 2001.
6. “Le fluttuazioni economiche in Italia (1861-1995)”, con Mauro Gallegati, Giappichelli,
Torino, 1998.
ARTICOLI IN VOLUMI
o “Happiness, relational goods and hedonic methodology”, in “Handbook of Research
Methods and Applications in Happiness and Quality of Life”, Bruni, L., and Porta, P.
(Eds), 467-482.
o “Happiness and new media”, in “Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in
Happiness and Quality of Life”, Bruni, L., and Porta, P. (Eds), 483-498.
o “Measuring urban quality of life: a life satisfaction approach” (2015), in A.
Michelangeli (Ed.), “Quality of Life in Cities: Equity, Sustainable Development and
Happiness from a Policy Perspective, Routledge.
o “Famiglia e felicità: un’analisi del rapporto tra condizioni, valori, relazioni familiari e
benessere individuale” (2007), with Luigino Bruni, in P. Donati (Ed.), “Ri-conoscere la
famiglia: quale valore aggiunto per la persona e la società?”, S.Paolo, Torino.
o “La domanda di lavoro al 2010 in Italia: una simulazione sulle tendenze settoriali e
professionali” (2007), with P. Aimetti, E. Colombo, A. Gianni, B. Paccagnella, in
“Rapporto Unioncamere 2007”, Retecamere.
REFEREEING
Accounting Education, Ageing and Society, Evolutionary Biology, British Journal of
Economics Management and Trade, Canadian Journal of Economics, Demography,
Contemporary Economic Policy, Economic Journal, Economica, Economic Inquiry,
Economics Bulletin, Economics of Education Review, European Economic Review,
European Journal of Comparative Economics, European Journal of Operational Research,
European Journal of Social Psychology, Experimental Economics, Games and Economic
Behavior, International Journal of Happiness and Development, Industrial Relations
Journal, International Journal of Happiness and Development, International Regional
Science Review, International Review of Economics, International Review of Economics
Education, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic
Behaviour and Organization, Journal of Economic Education, Journal of Economic
Psychology, Journal of Education Economics, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of
Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Journal of Media Economics, Journal of Public
Economics, Journal of Socio-Economics, Kyklos, Manchester School, Mind and Society,
Perceptual & Motor Skills, Psychological Reports, Public Health, Rationality and Society,
Research in Economics, Review of Income and Wealth, Review of Regional Research,
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Science, Social Indicators Research, Social Science and Medicine, Social Science
Quarterly, Social Networks, Southern Economic Journal, Studies in Economics and
Finance, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv.
LINGUE STRANIERE
Italiano:
madrelingua
Inglese:
ottimo
Francese:
ottimo
Russo:
buono
Spagnolo:
buono
Si autorizza il trattamento dei dati personali forniti, ai
sensi del Dgl del 30 giugno 2003 n. 196 codice in materia
di protezione dei dati personali.
Milano, 1 marzo 2016
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