California Institute of Technology
and held positions at Ohio State University, the Autonoma University in Barcelona, and Purdue University.
His research is about the foundations of cooperation in societies from both an institutional and a behavioral perspectives. His recent projects employ laboratory experiments to study cooperation in global climate change, the emergence of money as a medium of exchange, the regional divides in terms of civicness, and cooperation in continuous time.
He has received an ERC Starting Grant
to study cooperation among strangers and financial support from other public and private institutions. Publications have appeared among others in Econometrica, the American Economic Review, Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, Frontiers in Cognitive Neurosciences, the Economic Journal, Games and Economic Behavior, Experimental Economics, and the Journal of Economic History.
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Marco Casari has earned a Ph.D.