Casari is Professor of Political Economy at the Department
of the University
He earned a Ph.D. California Institute of Technology and held
positions at Ohio State University, the Autonoma University in
Barcelona, and Purdue University.
research is about the foundations of cooperation in societies
from both an institutional and a behavioral perspectives. His
recent projects employ laboratory experiments to study
cooperation in global climate change, the emergence of money as a
medium of exchange, the regional divides in terms of civicness,
and cooperation in continuous time.
have appeared, among others, in Econometrica, the American
Economic Review, PNAS, the Economic Journal, Games and Economic
Behavior, Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic History.
Casari has received a Starting Grant from the European
and financial support from the Russel Sage Foundation, the
European Commission, the Italian Government, and other public and
ERC grant has been successfully completed.
on the study of the Italian North-South divide (3min)
experimental study in continuous time in Econometrica