Eugenio Verrina

Research Fellow IMPRS
Contact Information
+49 228 91416-24

Research Focus: 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics: social preferences, moral behavior, tax evasion, experimental methodology

Academic Career: 
  • since October 2016: PhD in Economics, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods and Cologne Graduate School 
  • 2014-2016: M.Sc. in Economics, University of Trento
    Grade 110/110 Summa cum Laude
    Thesis: When the State Doesn't Play Dice: an experimental enquiry of opportunistic fiscal policy and tax compliance
    Supervisor: Dr. Matteo Ploner
  • 2016 (March-June): Visiting period for research thesis, University of Vienna, Department of Applied Psychology: Work, Education and Economy
    Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Erich Kirchler
  • 2011-2014: Double Bachelor Degree in Economics and Management
    University of Trento and Dresden University of Technology
    Grade 110/110 Summa cum Laude

Working papers

Luigi Mittone, Matteo Ploner, and Eugenio Verrina, When the State Doesn't Play Dice: An Experimental Analysis of Cunning Fiscal Policies and Tax Compliance, CEEL Working Paper 2-17.

Work in progress

Stories We Tell: Self-serving beliefs and narratives in moral decision making, with Serhiy Kandul and Frederik Schwerter

The differential effect of narratives, with Adrian Hillenbrand