Ca' Foscari Venezia - Sapienza Roma - AISRI conference on
Nati sotto il segno del PNRR - Nuove relazioni industriali e diritto del lavoro
, June 8, 2021
JHU-LSE conference on
Experimental Insights from Behavioral Economics on Covid-19
, February 12 and 19, 2021
1% Steps for Health Care Reform
Removing all financial disincentives to living kidney donation
COVID-19 Symposium at Hopkins:
Navigating the Pandemic when effective vaccine is in the toolbox
, November 20, 2020
Le prospettive dell'economia in Sardegna dopo la pandemia
, 19 giugno 2020
The logic of cooperation: social distancing, rules and reopening,
Society for Civic Economics
, May 25, 2020 (in Italian).
Hopkins at Home
Lecture, April 7 2020
America's Blood Centers annual meeting
Understanding social support for morally contested transactions -- the case of payments for body parts (U of Pennsylvania, November 14 2019)
Keynote speaker at annual meeting of Association of Donor Relations Professionals (ADRP), May 2019, Indianapolis.
Landsteiner Lecture and Masterclass, Sanquin (Amsterdam).
Faculty presenter at "Hopkins on the Hill", Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC, June 2019.
Economics Detecive podcast
Letter to The Economist
(31 My 2018) in reaction to "
Lift bans on paying for human-blood plasma
Socio-Economic Costs of the Zika virus: a United Nations Development Programme
Expert panelist at Congressional staff briefing on
Should Compensation for Bone Marrow Donors be Legal?
, US Senate Russell Office Building
Economics Festival, Trento 2017
The Ethics and Economics of Compensation for Body Parts
Panel on Blood and Organ Donation at AAEP meetings in Argentina (with Alvin Roth, Julio Elias and Victor Iajya)
Economic Incentives for Body Parts
Rationality and Bias in the Informed Consent Process: Perspectives from Behavioral Economics and the Social Sciences
, Berman Institute of Bioethics seminar.
Expert presentation at Congressional staff briefing on "
Research proposals on the effects of compensation to bone marrow donors
", US Congress, Rayburn House Office Building
When field studies diverge from lab experiments: the case of incentivized blood donations
, guest post in the World Bank Development Impact Blog
CESIfo Workshop on
Inside Higher Ed's "Academic Minute" on
Economics and the Blood Supply