Nicola Pavoni recently joined the Bocconi University from the University College London where he was Professor of Economics. His work has been published in the Review of Economics Studies, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of the European Economic Association, and the International Economic Review among others. He is Co-Editor of the BE Journal, Macroeconomics. His research interests are Macroeconomic Theory, Economics of Information, Consumption Theory, Labour Economics, and Public Finance.
Benjamin Golub's research focuses on microeconomic theory -- and, in particular, social and economic networks: how these networks form when agents invest strategically in relationships, how information is transmitted through them, and how they mediate important economic processes such as group cooperation. Applications of the research include measuring social segregation and understanding its consequences for polarization of beliefs or behaviors.