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Email: Daniel dot Sgroi at warwick dot ac dot uk
Office Hours: On leave for 2016-17
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Associate Professor of Economics
Theme Leader, Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Growing Economy, University of Warwick
Associate Member, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
- Economic Theory (especially Information Economics, Herding, Game Theory)
- Experimental Economics
- Behavioural Economics
- Subjective Wellbeing
Initially my work was in game theory, information economics and Bayesian learning, with applications to industrial organization and finance. More recently, I have moved to behavioural economics and subjective wellbeing including applications to labour economics. I have always used a mixture of economic theory and experimental methods. Together with Andrew Oswald I lead Theme 3 of the Economics Department's ESRC-funded CAGE centre which seeks better ways to understand and measure subjective wellbeing and related behavioural concepts and I am an associate member of Nuffield College at Oxford. To hear me speak on the topic of historical happiness for BBC Radio 4 go here.
Selected Recent Work (2012-)
Biased Beliefs and Imperfect Information, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 136: 186-202, 2017, with Eugenio Proto.
Happiness and Productivity, Journal of Labor Economics 33(4): 789-822, 2015 (lead article) with Andrew Oswald & Eugenio Proto.
How Should Peer Review Panels Behave? Economic Journal 123(570): 255-278, 2013, with Andrew Oswald.
The Optimal Choice of Pre-launch Reviewer. Journal of Economic Theory 147(3): 1247-1260, 2012, with David Gill.
Herding, Contrarianism and Delay in Financial Market Trading. European Economic Review 56: 1020-1037, 2012, with Andreas Park.
Are Happiness and Productivity Lower among University Students with Newly-Divorced Parents? Experimental Economics 15(1): 1-23, 2012 (lead article) with Andrew Oswald & Eugenio Proto.Working papers:
Historical Analysis of National Subjective Wellbeing using Millions of Digitized Books, CESifo Working Paper No. 5906, 2016, with Thomas Hills & Eugenio Proto. Note that the link is for a more recent version dated January 2017.
When Herding and Contrarianism Foster Market Efficiency: A Financial Trading Experiment, CRETA DP17, 2016, with Andreas Park.
E-Cigarettes: The Extent and Impact of Dual Use, WERP 1064, 2015, with Chris Doyle & David Ronayne.
Note: I have no teaching responsibilities at Warwick for 2016-17 while I am on leave at Oxford.
EC331 Research in Applied Economics (Terms 1-2)
EC984 Experimental Economics (Term 2)