Nicola Dimitri

Curriculum in breve
Nicola Dimitri

Professore ordinario
Settore scientifico disciplinare: SECS-P/01 Economia Politica

2002 Full Professor of Economics, University of Siena
2000 Associate Professor of Economics, University of Siena
1999 Associate Professor of Economics, University of Chieti-Pescara
1991 Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Siena

Principali pubblicazioni

 

  • Correlation, Learning and the Robustness of Cooperation: Review of Economic Dynamics (2000) , 3, 311-329.
  • Coordination in an EMAIL Game without “Almost Common Knowledge: Journal of Logic, Language and Information 12, 1-11 (2003).
  • Correlated Communication;  in “Cognitive Processes and Economic Behavior” (Dimitri-Basili-Gilboa eds), Routledge-London (2003)
  • Efficiency and Equilibrium in the EMAIL Game; The General Case : Theoretical Computer Science, 314, 335-349, (2003).
  • Handbook of Procurement (Dimitri, Piga, Spagnolo eds), (2006), Cambridge University Press http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521870733
  • On the Stage Division Mechanism in Pharmaceuticals Development Processes, Drug Discovery Today, 13, 902-906, (2008)    
  • Decisioni Intertemporali e Risparmio, Giornale Italiano di Psicologia¸ XXXV, 779-783  (2008) 
  • Dynamic Consistency in Extensive Form Decision Problems: Theory and Decision, 4, 345-354, (2009)
  • The Economics of Priority Review Vouchers, Drug Discovery Today, 15, 887-891, (2010) 
  • Global burden and Investment for Neglected Diseases?, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 10, 658-659. (2010)
  • What Constitutes an Optimal Portfolio of Compounds? Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 80, 300-303. (2011)  
  • An Assessment of the Pharmaceutical Industry R&D Productivity, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 12, 683-685. (2011)
  • R&D Investments for Neglected Diseases could be Sensitive to the Economic Goals of Pharmaceutical Companies, Drug Discovery Today, 17, 818-823. (2012) 
  • Gains and Losses in Intertemporal Preferences: A Behavioural Study (with Faralla, Benuzzi and Nichelli), in “Neuroscience and the Economics of Decision Making” (Innocenti A-Sirigu A. eds) Routledge, (2012)
  • Some Law & Economics Considerations on the EU Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation, in “The Applied Law end Economics of Public Procurement” (Piga,Treumer eds) (2012), Routledge.
  • Time  Discounting and Time Consistency, (with J. van Eijck)  in “Games, Actions and Social Software” (R. Verbrugge and J. van Eijck Eds), Texts in Logic and Games, Springer Verlag (2012)
  • R&D Incentives for Neglected Diseases, PLoS ONE, 7(12); e50835. (2012)   
  • A New Approach to Assess Drug Development Performance, (with A Rosiello and F. Fiorini), 18, 420-427, Drug Discovery Today, (2013) 
  • Best Value for Money in Procurement, The Journal of Public Procurement,13,149-175 (2013)
  • Aste. Formati d’Asta, in Economia e Finanza, Istituto Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani, pp 74-75  (2013)
  • Game theory considerations on third countries’ reciprocal access rules to EU public procurement (2013), Expert report for the European Parliament.  
  • Neural correlates in intertemporal choice of gains and losses (with V. Faralla, F. Benuzzi, P. Nichelli),  Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 8, 27-47 (2015)
  • The Economics of Epidemic Diseases, 2015, forthcoming on PloS ONE. (2015)
  • Pricing Pharmaceutical Compounds under Development, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 35, 217-218, (2014)
  •  Neural correlates in intertemporal choice of gains and losses (with V. Faralla, F. Benuzzi, P. Nichelli),  Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 8, 27-47 (2015)
  • The Economics of Epidemic Diseases, 2015, 10.1371/journal.pone.0137964 PloS ONE. (2015)
  • Eligibility and efficiency in public procurement systems design, in Future Proofing Procurement, United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) (2016)
  • Le Aste su Internet, Rivista di Politica Economica, I-III, (2016)
     

 

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