Sergio Currarini

Sergio Currarini is Professor in Economics at the University of Leicester. Before that he taught at the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice. He has widely published on the formation of socio-economic networks and coalitions and on how networks affect behaviour and economic outcomes. His recent work has focused on the patterns of links formation among heterogeneous agents, on the implied segregation and discrimination patterns and on the phenomenon of homophily as well as on network design in game theoretical perspective (games with spill-overs).

1 libri in elenco
  • Diasporic Groups and Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1800)
    edited by Georg Christ, Franz-Julius Morche, Roberto Zaugg, Wolfgang Kaiser, Stefan Burkhardt, Alexander D. Beihammer
    2015, pp. 821
    € 95,00 -5% € 90,25