personal web page: www.lucarepetto.com
I am interested in how economic and personal incentives affect politicians' decisions, and how these, in turn, affect voters' welfare. On the behavioral economics side, I have studied the effects of cognitive biases in the housing market. Recently, I have also become interested in education economics, studying the consequences of enrollment in high-quality university programs on the choice of a partner and on the future achievement of one's children.
Keywords: political economy applied econometrics housing education
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