Giovanna Iannantuoni

Iannantuoni Giovanna - Rettrice Università di Milano Bicocca

  • Ateneo: Milano Bicocca
  • Scad.: ottobre 2025
  • Ord.: Economia Politica
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  • Sede: P.zza dell'Ateneo Nuovo, 1 - 20126 Milano
  • Tel.: Tel. 02-64486011 Fax 02-64486005
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Giovanna Iannantuoni è professoressa di Economia Politica. E’ stata Presidente della Scuola di Dottorato dell’Università di Milano-Bicocca dal 2015 al 2019. Dopo la laurea in Discipline Economiche e Sociali (DES) presso l’Università Bocconi, ha conseguito il PhD in Economics presso la Louvain la Neuve University (2001). Ha trascorso diversi anni all’estero presso i più prestigiosi dipartimenti in economia, quali Rochester University, Carlos III de Madrid, University of Cambridge. I suoi interessi di ricerca sono focalizzati su teoria dei giochi, decisioni di political economy e microeconomia, pubblicando sulle riviste internazionali più prestigiose in economia e ottenendo molti progetti internazionali e nazionali.

Posizione Corrente
2014- Professore di Economia Politica, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca.
2015- Presidente, Scuola di Dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca.

Posizioni Passate
2006-2014 Professore Associato di Economia Politica, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca.
2002-2006 Assistant Professor of Economics, University Carlos III de Madrid.
2005-2007 Research Associate, CORE, Louvain la Neuve University.
2004-2005 Lecturer in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.
2004-2005 Fellow in Economics, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.
2001-2002 Visiting Assistant Professor, Wallis Institute of Political Economy, University of Rochester.
2000, Consultant, Credit Suisse First Boston, Londra.

Formazione
Ph.D. in Economics, CORE, Louvain la Neuve University, 2001. Laurea in “Discipline Economiche e Sociali”, Università Bocconi, 1994.

Interessi di Ricerca
Teoria dei Giochi, Political Economy, Microeconomia, Teoria del Voto.

Pubblicazione
Iannantuoni G. (2003), Divided Government and Dominance Solvability, European Journal of Political Economy, 19: 715-733.
Iannantuoni G. (2004), A Purely Non-Cooperative Model of Divided Government, Social Choice and Welfare, 22: 401-412.
De Sinopoli F. and G. Iannantuoni (2005), On the Generic Strategic Stability of Nash Equilibria if Voting is Costly, Economic Theory, 25: 477-486.
De Sinopoli F. and G. Iannantuoni (2005), Meetings with Costly Participation: A Comment, American Economic Review, 95: 1349-1350.
De Sinopoli F. and G. Iannantuoni (2007), Asymmetric Equilibria in a Model with Costly Voting, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 9: 29-40.
De Sinopoli F. and G. Iannantuoni (2007), A Spatial Voting Model where Proportional Rule Leads to Two-Party Equilibria, International Journal of Game Theory, 35: 267-286.
De Sinopoli F. and G. Iannantuoni (2008), Extreme Voting under Proportional Representation: The Multidimensional Case, Social Choice and Welfare, 30: 401-417.
De Sinopoli F., L. Ferraris and G. Iannantuoni (2011), The effect of ideology on policy outcomes in proportional representation systems, Mathematical Social Sciences, 62: 87-90.
De Sinopoli F., L. Ferraris and G. Iannantuoni (2013), Electing a Parliament, Social Choice and Welfare, 40:715–737.
De Sinopoli F., G. Iannantuoni and C. Pimienta (2014), Counterexmples on the superiority of approval versus plurality, Journal of Public Economic Theory: 16: 824-834.
De Sinopoli F., G. Iannantuoni and C. Pimienta (2015), On stable outcomes of approval, plurality, and negative plurality games, Social Choice and Welfare, 44: 889-909.
De Sinopoli F., L. Ferraris and G. Iannantuoni (2015) “Moderating Government”, Social Choice and Welfare, 45: 415-440.
Bettarelli L., G. Iannantuoni, E. Manzoni e F. Rossi (2017) Voters’ preferences and electoral systmes. The EuroVotePlus experiment in Italy, Economia Politica 34 (1): 159-177.
Cella M., G. Innantuoni e E. Manzoni “Do the right thing: incentives for policy selection in presidential and parlimentary systmes”, 2017, Economica, 84: 430-453
Baghdasaryan, Vardan; Iannantuoni, Giovanna; Maggian, Valeria (2019) Electoral fraud and voter turnout: An experimental study, European Journal of Political Econmy (ISSN 0176- 2680).
De Sinopoli F., G. Iannantuoni, E. Manzoni and C. Pimienta, Proportional Representation with Uncertainty, forthcoming on Mathematical Social Sciences

Didattica
Microeconomia, Università Bicocca (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,2017,
2018, 2019), Bocconi University (2008, 2009), Cambridge University (2004), Carlos III (2002, 2003, 2006).
Microeconomia Avanzata, Università Bicocca (2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,2017, 2018, 2019).
Political Economy (dottorato), Dottorato di Economia (2014, 2015,2016,2017)
Game Theory (dottorato), DEFAP (2011, 2013, 2014).
Topics in Public Economics (dottorato), DEFAP (2008, 2009, 2010).
Topics in Political Economy (dottorato), University Carlos III de Madrid (2003, 2004, 2006).
Political Economy (dottorato), Cambridge University (2005).
Topics in Political Economy (dottorato), Tor Vergate University (2004, 2005, 2006).
Quantitative Methods in Economics, Cambridge University (2004).
Public Economics, University Carlos III di Madrid (2003).
Introduction to Positive Political Theory, Rochester University (2002).
Topics in Positive Political Theory (dottorato), Rochester University (2002).

Progetti e Premi
Coordinatore Scientifico, PRIN “New Approaches to Political Economics: Positive Political Theories, Empirical Evidence and Experiments in Laboratory”, 2012-2015.
Coordinatore Scientifico, Fondazione Cariplo, “Internazionalizzazione e Formazione di Eccellenza: la Graduate School in Public Economics”, (2010-2015).
Coordinatore Scientifico, PRIN, “Political Economics: Theory and Empirical Evidence”, 2007- 2010.
Bicocca University (FAR), Scientific Coordinator of the project “The role of institutions and of information in the analysis of the strategic behaviour of individual agents”, (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
2005-2006 Ramon y Cajal Fellowship, Spain. Spanish Ministry of Education grant for the project “Markets, organizations and institutions: new approaches” (2006-2009).
Premio di Ricerca del Dipartimento, University Carlos III de Madrid (2006, 2004, 2003).
Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, Staff Fellowship (2004-2005).

Attività Professionali
Referee per: International Journal of Game Theory, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Public Economic Theory, American Economic Review, Social Choice and Welfare.
Organizzatore della Summer School in “Political Economy”, Canazei (2015)
Coordinatore del dottorato in Economia DEFAP, Università Bicocca (2012-2015).
Membro del Managing Committee of the Bicocca PhD School (2014-2015)
Job placement officer, Graduate School in Public Economics, (2007-2015).
Organizzatore del Workshop “Political Economy Workshop”, Milan, May 2014.
Coordinatore della Post-Doctoral Grant “Incentive Institutions: theories and/or empirics” (2011-2013).
Coordinatore della Post-Doctoral Grant “Political Economics: theories and/or empirics” (2008-2012).
Membro del selection committee for the Graduate School in Public Economics, (2008, 2009, 2010).
Membro commissione seminari Università Bicocca, DEMS (2007-2010).
Organizzatore della Conference “The Economics of Political Economics”, Milan, September 2009.
Organizzatore del Workshop in Game Theory (February, 2008).
Membro della “Commissione Orari”, Università Bicocca (2006-2009).

Seminari e Conferenze
Public Choice Society Meeting, Charleston, (2018); Public Choice Society Meeting, New Orleans, (2017),
Summer School in Political Economy, Canazei (2015);
American Economic Association Meeting, Atlanta (2010),
Fourth Workshop (GRASS), Modena 2010,
Birbeck College (Maggio 2009); Third Workshop (GRASS), Padova 2009;
SAET Conference on Current Trends in Economics (2009);
American Economic Association Meeting, New Orleans (2008),
Verona University (2008),
Second Workshop GRASS, Bologna (2008),
American Economic Association
Meeting, Chicago (2007);
Catholic University of Milan (2007);
American Economic Association
Meeting, Boston (2006),
Summer School in “Economic Analysis of Heterogeneity in Social Organizations”, CORE (2006);
Firenze University (2006); Siena University (2006); Summer School in “Economic Analysis of Heterogeneity in Social Organizations”, CORE (2005);
Cambridge University (2005); SAET Conference, Baiona (2005)
CORE; University College London (2005);
American Economic Association Meeting, Philadelphia (2005);
Bocconi University (2004);
Conference on Economic Design, Palma de Mallorca, (2004).
AEA Meeting, San Diego (2004);
Tor Vergata University (2003);
SAET Biennial Conference,
Rodos (2003); Konstanz University (2003);
Carlos III University (2002);
Royal Holloway (2002).
University of Rochester (2001);
Wallis Conference in Political Economy, Rochester (2001);
Tilburg University (2001);
Exeter University (2001);
SAET Conference, Ischia (2001);
American Economic Association Meeting, New Orleans (2001);
Universite Libre de Bruxelles ( 2000); Princeton University (1999);
Summer School in Political Economy, CORE (1999);
EDP Jamboree, Pompeu Fabra University (1999)

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