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Emanuela Randon

Assistant professor

Department of Economics

Academic discipline: SECS-P/03 Public Economics

Publications

Publications


  • A Top Dog Tale with Preference Complementarities (2017), (with P. Simmons), Journal of Economics, 120 (1), 47-63.
  • Are Consumers more Willing to invest in Luck During Recessions? (2017), (with S. Capacci and A. Scorcu), Italian Economic Journal, 3 (1), 25-38.
  • Patterns of Gambling Activities and Gambling Problems among Italian High School Students: Results from a Latent Class Analysis, (with N. De Luigi, D. Gibertoni and A. Scorcu), Journal of Gambling Studies (IF 2.750), forthcoming.
  • Optimal Commodity Taxation and Income distribution (2015), (with C. Benassi), WP DSE 1010, University of Bologna.
  • Luck vs Skill in Gambling over the Recession. Evidence from Italy (2014), (with S. Capacci, A. Scorcu), WP DSE 918, University of Bologna.
  • Strategic Accessibility Competition (2012), (with L. Zirulia and E. Bacchiega), Research in Economics, 66, 195-212.  
  • Base Consumption Levels and Fixed Costs, (2010), (with P. Simmons), Economics Letters,  108 (2), 222-224.
  • Strategic Consumption Complementarities: Can Price Flexibility Eliminate Inefficiencies and Instability?, (with P. Simmons), Journal of Public Economic Theory,  12(2), 2010, 249-279.
  • Correcting Market Failure due to Interdependent Preferences: When is Piecemeal Policy Possible?, (with P. Simmons), Journal of Public Economic Theory,  9(5), 2007, pp. 831-866.
  • Dynamics of the Non Linear Learning Curve with Spillovers in a Differentiated Oligopoly: Effects on Industry Structure, (with A. Naimzada), Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 17(1), 2007, pp 95-106. 
  • Technology Sharing Cartels and Industrial Structure under a Rule of Thumb, (with A. Naimzada), International Review of Economics, 54 (3), 2007, pp. 295-317.
  • Dynamics of relational goods, (with L. Bruni and A. Naimzada), International Review of Economics, 55(1-2), 2008, pp 113-125.
  • The positive analysis of consumption externalities , (2011), Economia Politica, 28(2), 229-251.
  • Are strong bandwagon effects really unstable?, (2012), In: Economics at Work. Essay on Knowledge, Information and Social Interactions, 2-29. Monte Università di Parma (ISBN: 978-887847-420-8).

  • A Top dog tale with preference rigidities (2012), (with P. Simmons), WP 839, University of Bologna

  • Measuring Consumption externalities (2012), WP 840, University of Bologna.

  • Efficient allocations, equilibria and stability in Scarf's economy , Working Paper 2008/14, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York, 4 July 2008 – PET 2009 - Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory, 18-20 June 2009 (Galway- Ireland

  • Multiple equilibria with externalities, Working Paper 2004/09, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York, 2004.
  • Comparative statics and consumption externalities ,  Working Paper 2003/06, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York, 2003.
  •  Il bene relazionale: un modello dinamico, (with L. Bruni and A. Naimzada), in “Teoria economica e relazioni interpersonali”, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2006, pp. 219-235.
  • “ L'imposta sul valore aggiunto: regime ordinario e regime del margine a confronto. Il caso del mercato dell'arte” , (2012), (with G. Candela e A. Scorcu), Politica Economica, 2, 241-264.
  • “Quadri e sculture non sono “beni usati” - Le proposte per un diverso, e incentivante, regime fiscale nel mercato dell'arte -  (2012), (with G. Candela e A. Scorcu) , Il Giornale dell'arte , 326, 13, 19
  • Economia dello Sport, (voce), Enciclopedia di Economia, Le Garzantine, Garzanti Libri, 1281-1283 (2011).  
  • L'analisi costi e benefici applicata all'emergenza rifiuti in Campania, (with S. Scicchitano), Sistema Economico, 3, 2008, pp. 35-52.
  • Benefit-Cost Analysis, Harry Campbell and Richard Brown, Cambridge University press, Cambridge, 2003, (review) Sistema Economico, 2, 2008, pp. 59-60.
  • Efficient Allocations, Equilibria and Stability in Scarf's economy, (with P. Simmons),  WP 2008/14, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York.  Presented at PET 2009 - Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory, 18-20 June 2009 (Galway- Ireland).

Conference papers 

  • Youth Problem Gambling and Health Policy Implications. Results from a Latent Class Analysis, (with N. De Luigi, D. Gibertoni and A. Scorcu), AIES 2016, Bologna, 3-4 November 2016
  • A top dog Tale with preference Rigidities (with P. Simmons), EEA 2010, European Economic Association Conference, Glasgow, 23-26 August 2010.
  • Is too much relational good a bad?, (with L. Bruni)  presented at “Happiness and relational goods” – Venice 11-13 June 2009.
  • “Women and Children first”: out of equilibrium dynamics with an exogenous ranking scheme,  invited presentation, workshop organised by Y. Balasko, 4 November 2009, York.
  • Pareto Efficiency in exchange Economies with no resource exhaustion, (with P. Simmons), ASSET 2009, Istanbul, Turchia.
  • Market demand with no spillover externality, RES 2001, “2001 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society” (University of Durham, 2001), Conference paper.


    Other publications

  • Non cooperative solutions with consumption externalities, PhD Dissertation, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York,  2004.
  • Measuring Nash equilibrium consumption externalities, Abstracts of the 6th Spanish Meeting on Game Theory and Practice. Coordinatori: J. Sanchez Soriàno, N. Lorca Pasqual, A. Meca Martìnes, E. Molina Ferragut, M. Pulido Cayuela (Editorial Club Universitario ECU, 2004).