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Filippo Massari

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

Academic discipline: SECS-P/01 Economics


  1. “Comment on If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich? Belief selection in complete and incomplete markets” ,

    Econometrica, 2013.

  2. “Markets with heterogeneous beliefs: A necessary and sufficient condition for a trader to vanish”,

    Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2017.

  3. “Market Selection in Large Economies: A Matter of Luck”,

    Theoretical Economics 2019.

  4. “Learning from ambiguous and misspecified models” (with Massimo Marinacci),

    Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2019.

  5. “Swarm intelligence? Stock opinions of the crowd and stock returns” (with Matthias Pelster and Bastian Breitmayer)International Review of Economics and Finance, 2019.

  6.  “The Wisdom of the Crowd in Dynamic Economies” (with Pietro Dindo), Theoretical Economics, 2020.

  7. “ Price Probabilities: A class of Bayesian and non-Bayesian prediction rules ” Economic Theory 2020.

  8. “When does ambiguity fade away?” (with Jonathan Newton) Economics Letters, 2020.

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