Previously, he studied Economics at Bocconi University in Milan, where he received both the Laurea and the Master Degree. At the University of Milan, Antonio teaches a Master course in Decision Theory and Behavioural Economics, and an undergraduate course in Microeconomics. He is also a Research Fellow of the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA). His research interests range from Experimental and Behavioural Economics to Applied Microeconomics, with a particular interest in the measurement of risk attitudes.
- Crosetto, P. and A. Filippin, “The Sound of Others: Surprising Evidence of Conformist Behavior”, Southern Economic Journal, 83(4): 1038-1051, 2017.
- Crosetto, P. and A. Filippin, “A Reconsideration of Gender Differences in Risk Attitudes”, Management Science, 62(11): 3138–3160, 2016.
- Filippin, A. and F. Guala, “The Effect of Group Identity on Distributive Choice: Social Preference or Heuristic?”, The Economic Journal, 2016 (online first).
- Crosetto, P. and A. Filippin, “Click’n’Roll: No Evidence for Illusion of Control”, De Economist, 164(3): 281-295, 2016.
- Crosetto, P. and A. Filippin, “A Theoretical and Experimental Appraisal of Four Risk Elicitation Methods”, Experimental Economics, 19: 613-641, 2016.