Email: F dot Trombetta at warwick dot ac dot uk
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I am a PhD student at Warwick Economics. In my research, I use economic theory to study the effects of information on political decisions. In a nutshell, I am interested in...
- Political Economy
- Political agency, accountability and information
- Competition and media capture
- Populism and social media
- Rational inattention and political agency
- Media Economics
- Competition and quality of journalism
When the light shines too much: rational inattention and pandering - R&R Journal of Public Economic Theory
Work in progress
The Newsroom Dilemma: Media Competition, Speed and the Quality of Journalism (with Ayush Pant) - abstract
Optimal Innovation time off (with Ayush Pant) - abstract
A Model of Populist Trap (with Helios Herrera)
Ora et Guberna. The Economic Impact of Benedict's Rule in Medieval England (with Domenico Rossignoli) - abstract
Academic year 2018-2019
- EC220: Mathematical Economics 1A
- PH336: Principles of Political Economy: Economics & Politics
- Game Theory (WSS)
- Teaching materials 2017-2018
- Political Economy and Public Economics research group
- Centre for Research in Economic Theory and its Applications (CRETA) research fellow
'I wish it need not have happened in my time,' said Frodo. 'So do I,' said Gandalf, 'and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.'
J.R.R. Tolkien - The Lord of the Rings