Current research

My research interests span across household finance (portfolio choice, financial risk), behavioral economics (dishonesty, lifetime traumas), economic policy analysis (pension systems, auctions, waste management), and in general applied micro-econometrics.

I am currently editing for Routledge a book titled "Behavioural Economics and the Environment". The call for contributions is available HERE.

Below I list the projects I am currently involved in; updated versions of the papers are available upon request.

  1. David Boto-Garcìa and Alessandro Bucciol, "Couple and Individual Willingness to Take Risks"

  2. David Boto-Garcìa, Alessandro Bucciol and Luca Zarri, "Managerial Beliefs and Firm Performance: Field Evidence from Professional Elite Soccer" [Working Paper]

  3. Sarah Brown, Alessandro Bucciol, Alberto Montagnoli and Karl Taylor, "Financial Advice and Household Financial Portfolios" [Working Paper]

  4. Sarah Brown, Alessandro Bucciol, Alberto Montagnoli and Karl Taylor, "Portfolio Risk and Financial Advice"

  5. Alessandro Bucciol, Simona Cicognani and Natalia Montinari, "It's Time to Cheat!" [Working Paper]

  6. Alessandro Bucciol, Chiara Coriele and Luca Zarri, "The Shared Non-cognitive Roots of Health and Socioeconomic Status: Evidence from the US" [Working Paper]

  7. Alessandro Bucciol, Joshy Easaw and Serena Trucchi, "Income Expectations and Forecast Errors: How Do They Respond to Micro and Macro Shocks?"

  8. Alessandro Bucciol, Roberta Muri and Francesca Rossi, "Municipal Waste Policies and Spatial Effects: An Empirical Analysis on the Veneto Region of Italy"

  9. Alessandro Bucciol and Dimitra Papadovasilaki, "Discrimination and Portfolio Decisions of Non-White Americans"

  10. Alessandro Bucciol, Luca Zarri and Jenny Wagner, "The Trauma Hypothesis: Does Personality Change after Negative Life Events?" [Working Paper]