Daniele Pennesi

Assistant Professor (RTDa), University of Torino

Research interests: Behavioral Economics and Decision Theory

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Contact: daniele.pennesi@unito.it

Teaching: Financial Mathematics, Decisions and Uncertainty, Tutorial in Logical Reasoning for Sciences (at Collegio Carlo Alberto)


Publications (click titles for pdf):

Perfectionism and willpower, (2018) Economic Theory Bulletin, Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp 101-110 (Link to WP)

Asset prices in an ambiguous economy, (2018) Mathematics and Financial Economics, Vol. 12, Issue 1, pp 55–73

Uncertain discount and hyperbolic preferences, (2017) Theory and Decision, Vol. 83, Issue 3, pp 315-336

Costly information acquisition and the temporal resolution of uncertainty, (2015) Journal of Mathematical Economics, Vol. 60, pp 115-122, (Link to WP)


Working papers (click titles for pdf):

Foundation of cue-triggered behavior (this version Nov. 2018) R&R

A general theory of subjective mixtures, with P. Ghirardato (Dec. 2018) R&R

Intertemporal discrete choice (this version May 2019) R&R


Works in progress:

Identity and the cost of information

Mixing without randomness (with P. Ghirardato)

A simple theory of social distance and fairness


Credits to Clemens Puppe

Credits to Clemens Puppe