TRIOSSI VERONDINI Matteo Maria

Position Researcher
Telephone 041 234 9301
E-mail matteo.triossi@unive.it
Website www.unive.it/persone/matteo.triossi (personal record)
Office Department of Management
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.management
Where: San Giobbe

 

Posizione Attuale

RTDB, Dipartimento di Management, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia dal 15 Luglio 2019

Posizioni Precedenti

Professore Assistente, Dipartimento di Igegneria Industriale Università del Cile

Post-doc fellow, Collegio Carlo Alberto

 

Educazione

• Dottorato in Economia, Universitad Carlos III de Madrid.
• Laurea in Matematica, Università di Ferrara.

 

Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale


Abilitazione MIUR Professore Associato, Settori Concorsuali:
• 13/A1: Economia Politica (dal 4 Aprile 2017 al 4 Aprile 2026);
• 13/A2: Politica Economica (dal 5 Aprile 2018 al 5 Aprile 2027);
• 13/A3: Scienza delle Finanze (dal 28 Marzo 2018 al 28 Marzo 2027);
• 13/D4: Metodi Matematici dell’Economia e delle Scienze Attuariali e Finanziarie (dal 3 Agosto 2017 al 3 Agosto 2026).

Soggiorni di ricerca in altre istituzioni

• Luglio-Ottobre 2016 Visiting Fellow Collegio Carlo Alberto.
• Febbraio 2012 Visiting Fellow, IMPA.
• Febbraio 2010 Visiting Fellow, IMPA.
• Marzo-Giugno 2007 Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics. Stanford University.
• Marzo-Giugno 2004. Visiting Student, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology.

Amministrazione Accademica

• Gennaio 2015-Dicembre 2018, direttore alterno, Institute for Research in Market Imperfections and Public Policy (www.mipp.cl).
• Ottobre 2013-Settembre 2018, Cordinatore, Ph.D. in Engineering Systems (www.dsi.uchile.cl).

Servizio Accademico

• Luglio 2011- attualità, Academic Committee, Ph.D. in Engineering Systems.
• Gennaio 2011- Giugno 2015, Department of Industrial Engineering Teaching Committee.


Insegnamento

• Post-Laurea: Advanced Microeconomics (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017), in Spagnolo; PhD. In Engineering Systems, University of Chile; Game Theory (2006, 2007), University of Torino, PhD in Economics, in Italiano; Matching and Market Design (2014-2017), University of Chile, Master in Applied Economics, in Inglese; Political Economics (2009-2013), University of Chile, Master in Applied Economics, in Inglese. Microeconomics I (2009, 2013, 2014), University of Chile, Master in Applied Economics, in Spagnolo; Game Theory and Information (2015), Central Bank of Peru, in Inglese.
• Laurea: Economics (2011-2018), University of Chile, School of Engineering, 2nd year, in Spagnolo, in Spagnolo; Microeconomics (2009-2010), University of Chile, School of Engineering, 3rd year, Economics (2009), in Spagnolo.
Coordinazione Accademica
• Economics (2011-2018), University of Chile, School of Engineering, 2nd year (700 students).

Articoli Accettati e Pubblicati

  1. Two-sided strategy-proofness in many-to-many matching markets, with Antonio Romero-Medina, International Journal of Game Theory, 2020, available online at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00182-020-00741-1 .
  2. Strategy-proof and Group Strategy-proof Stable Mechanisms: An Equivalence, with Antonio Romero-Medina, International Journal of Economic Theory 16, 349-354, 2020.
  3. Incentives and implementation in marriage markets with externalities, with  María Haydée Fonseca-Mairena, Economics Letters 185, 2019.
  4. Non-revelation mechanism in many-to-one markets, with Antonio Romero-Medina, Games and Economic Behavior 87, 624–630, 2014.
  5. Costly Information Acquisition: is it Better to toss a coin?, Games and Economic Behavior 82, 169–191, 2013.
  6. Games with Capacity manipulation, Incentives and Nash Equilibria, with Antonio Romero Medina, Social Choice and Welfare 41, 701-720, 2013.
  7. Boosting Scientific Research: Evidence from a Public Program, with César Alonso-Borrego, Antonio Romero-Medina, Rocío Sanchez Mangas, Revista de Economía Aplicada XXI, Vol. 62, 115-128, 2013.
  8. Acyclicity and Singleton Cores in Matching Markets, with Antonio Romero-Medina, Economics Letters 118, 237-239, 2013.
  9. Implementation with Renegotiation when Preferences and Feasible Sets are State Dependent, with Luis Corchón, Social Choice and Welfare 36, 179-198, 2011.
  10. Hiring Mechanisms, Application Costs and Stability, Games and Economic Behavior 66, 566-575, 2009.
  11. Fourier Integrals and the Pompeiu Problem, with Fausto Segala, Annali Università di Ferrara - Sezione VII -Scienze Matematiche XLVII, 169-175, 2001.


Working papers attivi

  1. Incentives and implementation in allocation problems with externalities, with  María Haydée Fonseca-Mairena, 2020, under revision to be resubmitted.
  2. Take-it-or-leave-it offers in many-to-many matching markets, with Antonio Romero-Medina, 2020, under revision to be resubmitted.
  3. Centralized Course Assignment, with Antonio Romero-Medina, 2018.
  4. Assessing the extent of democratic failures. A 99%-Condorcet’s jury theorem, 2016.
  5. A Spatial Model of Voting with Endogenous Proposals: Theory and Evidence from the Chilean Senate, with Patricio Valdivieso and Benjamín Villena-Roldán, 2013.

 

Direzione Tesi: Ph.D.
• María Haydée Fonseca Mairena “Participation and information restrictions in Matching Theory”, PhD in Economics, University of Chile, diretta in collaborazione con Juan Pablo Torres-Martinez, Agosto 2019.

Direzione di tesi: M.Sc.

• Jorge Ahumada, “Estimation of the preferences Chilean MPs during Sebastián Piñera presidency”, 2018, Analista Dati, Aport.
• Bastián Gómez Rivera, “Agreement in a decentralized matching party”, 2018 Master in Applied Economics, Fiscalía Nacional Económica.
• Valentina Contreras Silva, “Analysis and redesign of the assignment mechanism of physician to medical specialties in Chile”, Master in Applied Economics, 2017, adesso PhD student in Economics at University College London.
• Felipe Díaz Klaassen, “Costly information acquisition and voluntary voting ”, Master in Applied Economics, 2015, adesso PhD student in Economics at University of illinois, Urbana Champaign.
• Diana MacDonald Aros, “Deliberation and its effect on voting: Nash Bayesian equilibrium with communication and endogenous information acquisition”, 2013, Master in Applied Economics, adesso PhD candidate in Economics at Arizona State University.
• Christian Silva Abuyeres, “Decision making in the Chilean Senate: ideology, valence and Communication”, 2013, Master in Management and Public Policies, adesso responsabile per le relazioni con i mezzi di comunicazione, National Council for Urban Development (Chile).
• Nicolás Riquelme Carrasco “Polls and their influence on voting: Bayesian Nash equilibrium with private Preferences and endogenous information acquisition”, 2012, Master in Applied Economics, adess PhD candidade in Economics at University of Rochester.
• César Silva Brito, “Institutional and cultural determinants of electoral participation in Latin America: comparative analysis between compulsory and voluntary voting”, 2012, Master in Management and Public Policies, adesso al National Secretariat for Planning and Development (Ecuador).

Progetti di ricerca

Ricercatore principale

• Matching and Market Design: Implementation and Networks. FONDECYT N° 1151230, 2015-2018.
• Agenda Setting with Endogenous Proposal and Applications. FONDECYT N° 1120974, 2012-2015.
• Costly Information Acquisition in Elections: Abstension, Markets and Communication”, FONDECYT Iniciación N° 11080132, 2008-2011.

 

Partecipazione in gruppi di ricerca


• Instituciones: Incentivos y Objetivos Sociales. Ministerio de Ciencias e Innovación, ECO2017_87769. 01/01/2018-31/1/2020. Principal Researcher: Luis Corchón Diaz.

• Millenium Institute for Market Imperfection and Public Policies, CORFO, Chile, Guest Researcher, 2019-
• Millenium Institute for Market Imperfection and Public Policies, CORFO, Chile, 01/01/2015-31/12/2018, Alternating Director. Director: Juan Escobar.
• Instituciones: Incentivos y Objetivos Sociales. ECO2014_57442, Ministerio de Ciencias e Innovación. 01/01/2015-31/12/2017. Principal Researcher: Luis Corchón Diaz.
• Instituciones: Incentivos y Objetivos Sociales. ECO2011-25330. Ministerio de Ciencias e Innovación. 01/01/2012-31/12/2014. Principal Researcher: Luis Corchón Diaz.
• Legislative Agenda in Chile, Limites Proyect, Catholic University, Chile. 2010-2011. Principal Researcher: Patricio Valdivieso).
• Incentivos, Objetivos Sociales e Instituciones. ECO2008-02738. Ministerio de Ciencias e Innovación. 01/01/2010-2012. Principal Researcher: Luis Corchón Diaz.
• Incentivos, Objetivos Sociales e Instituciones. SEJ2005-06167/ECON. 15/10/2005-30/12/2008. Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia. Dir Gral. de Investigación. Principal Researcher: Luis Corchón Diaz.
• Incentivos privados y decisiones sociales. BCE-2002-02194 (2002-2005). Principal Researcher: Luis Corchon Diaz.


Lavoro editoriale

• Referee: B.E Journal of Theoretical Economics, Games and Economic Behavior Social Choice and Welfare, International Journal of Game Theory, International economic Review, Mathematical Social Sciences, Scottish Journal of Political Economy.
• Editorial Committee: LIDER Review (Revista Interdisciplinaria de Desarrollo Regional).

Organizzazione e partecipazione in conferenze e workshops

Organizzazione Workshops e Conferenze

• 2018, First Latin American Meeting of PhD students in Modelization, Enginnering and Science (http://eventos.cmm.uchile.cl/emic2018)
• 2014 to 2019, Workshop in Political Economy & Political Science, Santiago, Chile.
• 2016, Workshop in Matching and Market Design, Santiago, Chile.
• 2013, Workshop on Games, Contracts, and Organizations, Santiago, Chile.

 

 


Partecipazione come relatore di lavoro originale

 

• 2019, “Assignment Problems with Externalities: Strategy Proofness and Coalitional Stability” The Lisbon Meetings in Game Theory and Applications;   • 2019, “Centralized course assignment” Grass Workshop, Milan;
• 2018, “Centralized course assignment” Sechi Meeting, Valparaíso, Chile;                                                                                                               • 2018, “Centralized course assignment” Workshop in Game Theory and Social Choice, San Luís, Argentina;
• 2017, “Elections and Market Structure”, Workshop in Political Economy & Political Science.
• 2017, “Two-sided strategy-proofness in many-to-many matching markets” LACEA-LAMES Conference, Buenos Aires;
• 2017, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, SECHI Meeting, Santiago, Chile;
• 2017, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory;
• 2017, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, MATCHUP 2017, Boston;
• 2016, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, Workshop in Matching and Market Design;
• 2016, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, LACEA-LAMES Conference, Medellín;
• 2016, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Maastricht;
• 2015, “On the superiority of voluntary voting”, Workshop in Political Economy & Political Science;
• 2015, “Take-it-or-leave-it contracts in many-to-many matching markets”, XVI JOLATE, Universidad Nacional de San Luis;
• 2015, “On the superiority of voluntary voting”, XXXIX Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago;
• 2014, “Deliberation, endogenous information acquisition and voting”, Workshop in Political Economy & Political Science;
• 2014, “On the superiority of voluntary voting” LACEA-LAMES Conference, Sao Paulo;
• 2014, Deliberation, endogenous information acquisition and voting” XXXVIII Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago;
• 2013 “Deliberation, endogenous information acquisition and voting”, LACEA-LAMES Conference, Mexico D.F;
• 2013, “Deliberation, endogenous information acquisition and voting”, SECHI Meeting, Santiago, Chile;
• 2013, “A spatial model of voting with endogenous proposal: theory and evidence” XXXVII Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago;
• 2012, “Condorcet meets Cournot: elections and market structure”, World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Istanbul;
• 2011, “Condorcet meets Cournot: elections and market structure” LACEA-LAMES Conference, Santiago;
• 2011, “Condorcet meets Cournot: elections and market structure” SECHI Meeting, Reñaca, Chile;
• 2011, “Condorcet meets Cournot: elections and market structure”, XXXV Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago;
• 2010, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, Simposio de Analisis Económico, Madrid;
• 2010, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, Second Brazilian Workshop of Game Theory, Sao Paulo;
• 2010, “On the superiority of majority voting”, International Conference on Continuos Optimization, Santiago,Chile;
• 2009, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, Asociación Argentina de Economía Política, Conference, Mendoza, Argentina;
• 2009, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, SECHI Meeting, Antofagasta;
• 2008, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, “Games with capacity manipulations: incentives and Nash equilibria”, LACEA, LAMES Meeting, Rio de Janeiro;
• 2008, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, IX, Jolate, San Luís. Argentina;
• 2008, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, SECHI Meeting, Reñaca, Chile;
• 2008, “Costly information acquisition: is it better to toss a coin?”, International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Montreal;
• 2007, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, ASSET Meeting, Padova, Italy;
• 2007, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment” European Economic Association & Econometric Society Meeting, Budapest;
• 2007, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 5, Bilbao;
• 2007, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, Meeeting of the Canadian Economic Association, Halifax, Canada;
• 2006, “Ramón y Cajal, mediation and meritocracy”, XXI Simposio de Analísis Economico, Oviedo, Spain;
• 2006, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment” International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Istanbul;
• 2006, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment” Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, Nottingham;
• 2006, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, First Ph.D. Presentation Meeting, London;
• 2005, “Implementation with renegotiation when preferences and feasible sets are state dependents”, XXX Simposio de Analísis Economico, Murcia;
• 2005, “Reliability and responsibility: a theory of endogenous commitment”, REED Meeting, Seville;
• 2005, “Implementation with renegotiation when preferences and feasible sets are state dependents”, XI Encontro de Novos Invesigadores de Análise Económica, Coruña;
• 2005, “Ramón y Cajal, mediation and meritocracy”, Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 4, Caen;
• 2005, “Implementation with renegotiation when preferences and feasible sets are state dependents”, II Workshop on Social Choice and Welfare Economics, Malaga.

Seminari invitati

• Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy; Universidad of Chile; UNSL, Argentina, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile, IMPA, Brasil; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Alberto Hurtado University; Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Università di Ferrara, Italy, Universitat de Valencia, Spain Universitat de las Isles Balears, Spain; Università di Venezia, Italy, Università di Verona, Italy; University of Durham, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain (Bilbao), University of Vienna, Austria.
Premi
• 2007, premio per la megliore tesi di Dottorato in Economia, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

Altre attività:
• Valutatore per le seguenti Istituzioni:
 - Conicyt, Chile.
 - Colciencia, Colombia.
 - Agencia Nacional de Evaluación y Prospectiva (ANEP), Spain.