Marcus Antonio Giamattei

Marcus Antonia Giamattei obtained a Habilitation and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Passau, where he was appointed assistant professor and currently he is an external fellow there. Before his Ph.D. he studied International Economics and Business, Business Computing and International Cultural and Business Studies. He’s affiliated with CeDEx at the University of Nottingham and is also in the role of visiting researcher at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. He focuses his research on Macroeconomics and Experimental and Behavioral Economics. He’s interested in bounded rationality and limited reasoning as a driver of macroeconomic behavior. His secondary interest is the role of cooperation, ethics and corruption. He developed a tool for interactive classroom and in-the-field experiments with mobile devices called classEx and also a tool for online experiments – LIONESS Lab. His last publication is 2019’s ‘Intentions rather than Money Illusion – Why Nominal Changes Induce Real Effects’.