Andrea Martinangeli, Ph.D.Wissenschaftlicher Referent

Telefon:+49-89-24246-5254
Fax:+49-89-24246-5299
E-Mail: andrea.martinangeli@tax.mpg.de

Raum:M8.604

 

Arbeitsbereiche:

Verhaltensökonomik, experimentelle Ökonomik, angewandte Mikroökonomik, Finanzwissenschaft

 

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang:

Seit 2017: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Max-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen

2012 – 2017: Promotionsstudium in Economics, Universität Göteborg

2009 – 2011: Forschungsmaster in Economics, Universität Rom “Tor Vergata”

2005 – 2009: Bachelor in Politikwissenschaften, internationaler Kooperation und Entwicklung, Universität Rom “Roma Tre”

 

Persönliche Webseite:

https://andreamartinangeli.com/

Wiss. Preise / Ehrungen / Mitgliedschaften, etc.:

Forschungsförderung:

“Authority and Collective Action” erteilt von dem Swedish Research Council. Betrag: ca 210.000 Euro (2020-2023). Bewerber: Marina Povitkina, Andrea Martinangeli, Sverker Carlsson Jagers, Bo Rothstein.

 

Internationale Zeitschriften mit Gutachterverfahren:

Martinangeli, A., 2021. Do What (You Think) the Rich Will Do: Inequality, Belief Formation and Group Identity in Public Good Games. Journal of Economic Psychology, 83

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Martinangeli, A. und Windsteiger, L., 2020. Last Word Not Yet Spoken: Last Place and Rank Reversal Aversion. Experimental Economics, S. 1-21

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Martinangeli, A. und Martinsson, P., 2020. We, the rich: inequality, identity and cooperation in complex societies. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 178, S. 249-266

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Beiträge zur Wirtschaftspolitik:

Daniele, G.Martinangeli, A.Passarelli, F.Sas, W. und Windsteiger, L., 01.10.2020. Covid-19 and socio-political attitudes in Europe: In competence we trust. VoxEu.org

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Diskussionspapiere:

Daniele, G.Martinangeli, A.Passarelli, F.Sas, W. und Windsteiger, L., Fear and Loathing in Times of Distress – Causal Impact of Social and Economic Insecurity on Anti-Immigration Sentiment. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance No. 2020–17. 

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Daniele, G.Martinangeli, A.Passarelli, F.Sas, W. und Windsteiger, L., When Economic and Health Crises Collide: The Effect of COVID-19 on Political Attitudes. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance No. 2020–18. 

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Martinangeli, A.Povitkina, M. und Jagers, S. C., Institutional Quality Causes Social Trust: Experimental Evidence on Trusting Under the Shadow of Doubt. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance No. 2020-04. 

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Daniele, G.Martinangeli, A.Passarelli, F.Sas, W. und Windsteiger, L., Wind of Change? Experimental Survey Evidence on the COVID-19 Shock and Socio-Political Attitudes in Europe. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance No. 2020-10. 

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Martinangeli, A. und Windsteiger, L., Immigration vs. poverty: causal impact on demand for redistribution in a survey experiment. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance No. 2019-13. 

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Martinangeli, A.Martinsson, P. und Patel, A., Coordination via Redistribution. Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance Working Paper No. 2017-07. 

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