Members of the research group study individual behavior, decisions and preferences in various multi-person contexts. They do so from the point of view of Micro-Economics, Cognitive Scicences, or even Psychology. Current fields of applications include health, food, sport, the management of time and of households assets, happiness along the life cycle, citizen involvement, trust and ethics , and the cultural identity of the individual.
The techniques to be used range from the most theoretical ones (theory of risk, of collective choice and norms, social philosophy) to econometrics, including experimental economics, neuro-economics, and standard survey research. For more information, please visit the Research pages.
Our group is also managing numerous national and international grants: go to the Funding section.