Social Economics Lab
Disparities in COVID-19 Reported Incidence, Knowledge, and Behavior Among US Adults
The Polarization of Reality
Diversity, Immigration and Redistribution
Intergenerational Mobility and Support for Redistribution
How Elastic are Preferences for Redistribution?
Social Position and Fairness Views
Understanding Tax Policy: How do People Reason?
Immigration and Redistribution
Civil Liberties in Times of Crisis
WORK IN PROGRESS
Understanding Trade: How do People Reason?
Race and Redistribution in the United States
Originally from Forlì (Italy), Filippo Monti is currently enrolled in a M.Sc. in Economic and Social Sciences at Bocconi University.
He is working as a research assistant for Prof. Stantcheva since fall 2020. As part of the Social Economics Lab he is focusing on the Immigration and Redistribution project