Paola Manzini
Research Fellow

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Manzini Paola Manzini obtained her PhD in 1997 for her dissertation on "Game Theoretic Models of Wage Bargaining". She is currently a Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex, which she joined in November 2017. Before then Paola was a Professor at the University of St. Andrews (2009-2017), and at Queen Mary, University of London, which she joined in 1997, after spending a year as a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Exeter. She has worked extensively in the area of bargaining theory and its applications, which include labor economics (wage bargaining), with a special interest in the impact of negotiation protocols and institutions on the bargaining outcome. In the past eight years or so here research interests have moved to the modelling of boundedly rational agents.

Her publication record includes the American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of European Economic Association, Journal of Economic Theory, Theoretical Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, and the Economic Journal.

She is an Associate Editor of the Journal of the European Economic Association.
She joined IZA as a Research Fellow in October 2000.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
9857  David Freeman
Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Luigi Mittone
Procedures for Eliciting Time Preferences
(revised version published in: Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation, 2016, 126 (Part A), 235–242)
6905  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Stochastic Choice and Consideration Sets
(revised version published in: Econometrica, 2014, 82 (3): 1153–1176)
5891  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Christopher J. Tyson
Manipulation of Choice Behavior
(revised version published as 'Two-stage threshold representations' in: Theoretical Economics, 2013, 8, 875–882)
5006  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
A Salience Theory of Choice Errors
5005  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Moody Choice
(revised version published with the title "State Dependent Choice" In Social Choice and Welfare, 2015, 45(2): 239-268)
4046  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Choice by Lexicographic Semiorders
(published in: Theoretical Economics, 2012, 7 (1), 1-23.)
3377  Michael Mandler
Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
A Million Answers to Twenty Questions: Choosing by Checklist
(published in: Journal of Economic Theory, 2012, 147 (1), 71-92)
2993  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Choice Over Time
(published in: P. Anand, P. Pattanaik and C. Puppe (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Rational and Social Choice, Oxford: OUP, 2009)
2341  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Two-Stage Boundedly Rational Choice Procedures: Theory and Experimental Evidence
(published online as 'Categorize Then Choose: Boundedly Rational Choice and Welfare' in: Journal of the European Economic Association, 2012, {Early View])
2129  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Luigi Mittone
Choosing Monetary Sequences: Theory and Experimental Evidence
(published in: Theory and Decision, 2010, 65 (3), 327-354)
1239  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Rationalizing Boundedly Rational Choice: Sequential Rationalizability and Rational Shortlist Methods
(published as "Sequentially Rationalizable Choice" in: American Economic Review, 2007, 97 (5), 1824-1839)
1228  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
A Vague Theory of Choice over Time
(published in:B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics: Advances in Theoretical Economics , 2006, 6 (1), 1265-1265)
535  Paola Manzini
Dennis J. Snower
Wage Determination and the Sources of Bargaining Power
528  Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Arbitration and Mediation: An Economic Perspective
(published in: European Business Organization Law Review, 2002, 3 (3), 623-642)
439  Giulio Fella
Paola Manzini
Marco Mariotti
Does Divorce Law Matter?
(published in: Journal of the European Economic Association, 2004, 2 (4), 607-633)
421  Paola Manzini
Divide et Impera: Negotiating with a Stakeholder
(fully revised version with Clara Ponsati published in: Mathematical Social Sciences, 2005, 50 (2), 166-180)
395  Paola Manzini
Clara Ponsatí
Stakeholders, Bargaining and Strikes
(revised version published as 'Stakeholder Bargaining Games' in: International Journal of Game Theory, 2006, 34 (1), 67-77)