Functioning

Coordinator: Margherita Saraceno (Economics, UNIMIB)

Approach:
Judges’ activity: behavioural law & economics and empirical law and economics

Victimsreaction to misbehaviour: behavioural law & economics
Money laundering: behavioural law & economics, empirical law & economics
Access to justice for prisoners: Empirical law & economics
Optimal incentive mechanisms that rely on social enforcement to fight collusive crime: microeconomic theory, behavioral economics, law and economics
Social inequalities Perception and consequences: cognitive psychology, social psychology, neuroscience)
Sanctions, altruism and social stability: behavioural law & economics



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