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PERSONAL DETAILSAddress:Strategic Organization Design UnitDepartment of Marketing and ManagementUniversity of Southern DenmarkCampusvej 55, DK-5230 Odense M, DenmarkE-mail: davmar@sam.sdu.dkPOSITIONSJuly 1, 2013 – Present: Lecturer at the Strategic Organization Design Unit, University of Southern Denmark (Odense)July 1, 2012 – July 1, 2013: Research fellow at the Department of Management, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy)Oct 2011 - Jul 31, 2012: Visiting Assistant Professor at the National Chengchi University Economics Department (Taipei, Taiwan). Courses taught: Computational Economics (undergraduate and graduate levels), Models of Judgment and Decision-Making (undergraduate and graduate levels)Oct 2010 - Oct 2011: Lady Davis Postdoctoral Fellow (fulltime fellowship) at the William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion (Haifa, Israel)RESEARCH INTERESTSMy academic interests are in the fields of Judgment and Decision Making, Agent-Based Modeling, Computational Economics, and Quantitative Methods for EconomicsEDUCATIONMay 6, 2010: Ph.D. in Economics and Management at the Interdepartmental Centre for Research Training in Economics and Management (CIFREM), University of Trento (Italy). Dissertation title: “Interactive Learning and Conditional Behavior in Repeated Games: Theories, Models, and Experiments”March 31, 2006: Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to an MSc) in Economics and Management of Complex Systems, Ca’ Foscari University of VeniceFinal mark: 110/110 with distinction (cum laude)March 24, 2004: Laurea Triennale (equivalent to a BSc) in Economics and Management of Complex Systems, Ca’ Foscari University of VeniceFinal mark: 110/110 with distinction (cum laude)PUBLICATIONSLiCalzi, Marco, and Davide Marchiori. 2013. “Pack light if on the move: exploitation and exploration in a dynamic environment.” In S. Leitner & F. Wall (Eds.), Artificial Economics and Self Organization (pp. 205-216). Springer International Publishing.Di Guida, Sibilla, Davide Marchiori, and Ido Erev. 2012. “Decisions Among Defaults and the Effect of the Option to do Nothing.” Economics Letters, 117, 790-793.Marchiori, Davide, and Shira Elqayam. 2012. “Physiological Plausibility and Boundary Conditions of Theories of Risk Sensitivity.” Frontiers in Psychology, 3:33. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00033Marchiori, Davide, and Massimo Warglien. 2011. “Neural Network Models of Learning and Categorization in Multigame Experiments.” Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience, 5:139. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2011.00139Marchiori, Davide, and Massimo Warglien. 2008. “Predicting Human Behavior by Regret Driven Neural Networks.” Science, 319, 1111-1113Marchiori, Davide, and Massimo Warglien. 2005. “Constructing shared interpretations in a team of intelligent agents: the effects of communication intensity and structure.” In T. Terano, H. Kita, T. Kaneda, K. Arai, & H. Deguchi (Eds.), Agent-Based Simulation: From Modeling Methodologies to Real-World Applications (pp. 58-71). Springer Tokyo.WORKING PAPERSErev, Ido, Sharon Gilat-Yihyie, Davide Marchiori, and Doron Sonsino. “On Loss Aversion, Level-1 Reasoning, and Betting.” “Revise” at the International Journal of Game TheoryMarchiori, Davide, Sibilla Di Guida, and Ido Erev. “Noisy retrievers and the four-fold reaction to rare events.” “Revise and Re-Submit” at the Journal of Behavioral Decision MakingWORK IN PROGRESSMarchiori, Davide, and Itzhak Aharon. “Stationary and Dynamic Models for Predicting Behavior in Completely Mixed Two-Person Games.” In preparationMarchiori, Davide, Sibilla Di Guida, and Ido Erev. “The Basic Properties of Experience-Based Decisions: A Cross-Culture Study.” In preparationMarchiori, Davide. “LearningGUI: Learning Models for Two-Person Normal-Form Games.” In preparationSELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND POSTER SESSIONSMay 2012, National Chengchi University (Taipei, Taiwan). Frontier Forum on Social Sciences @CSS, NCCU. Presentation title: Computational models and boundary conditions of theories of risky decisionsJanuary 2012, Ein Bokek (Israel). Invited speaker at the “Erasmus-Technion Workshop on Decisions and Predictions”. Presentation Title: Over- and Under-Sensitivity to Rare Events: Distinct Processes or Noisy Retrievers?December 2011, National Taiwan University (Taipei, Taiwan). Presentation Title: Over- and Under-Sensitivity to Rare Events: Distinct Processes or Noisy Retrievers?August 2011, Kingston (UK). SPUDM 23. Presentation Title: Over- and Under-Sensitivity to Rare Events: Distinct Processes or Noisy Retrievers?June 2011, Technion, Haifa (Israel). Invited speaker at the “Neuroscience and Psychophysiology of Experience-Based decisions” Workshop. Presentation Title: Learning and Generalizing Regret-Driven Neural NetworksJune 2011, Interdisciplinary Center IDC, Herzliya (Israel). International Conference on Behavioral Decision Making. Presentation Title: Over- and under-sensitivity to rare events: Distinct processes or noisy retrievers?December 2010, Technion, Haifa (Israel). Presentation Title: The Experience-Description Gap: Different Processes or Similar Experiences? Presented with Sibilla Di GuidaNovember 2010, Kfar Blum (Israel). “Learning, decision-making, and evolutionary theory” Workshop. Poster title: A generalizing learning modelSeptember 2009, Innsbruck (Austria). ESA European Meeting 2009. Presentation Title: Net Reward Attractions Equilibrium for Normal Form Games and its Experimental TestREFEREE ACTIVITYJournal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Physica A, Games (ISSN 2073-4336), Frontiers in Cognitive Science, Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, Rivista Italiana di PsicologiaGRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDSJune 18, 2012: Academic Research Award for outstanding achievement in academic research, National Chengchi University, College of Social SciencesMarch 1, 2012: One-year research grant from the National Science Council of Taiwan (grant no. 101-2410-H-004-002, amount: 555,000 NTD)November 24, 2010: Best PhD Graduates’ Award AY 2009/2010, University of Trento, ItalyAugust 18, 2010: Recipient of the Lady Davis Postdoctoral FellowshipSPOKEN LANGUAGESItalian: Native speakerEnglish: Advanced level (written and oral)PROGRAMMING SKILLSOperating Systems: Excellent knowledge of Windows and Mac OsXMicrosoft Applications: Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPointStatistical software: R/S+ (excellent), Matlab, Gauss, Maple, SASProgramming languages: Java, HTML, Visual Basic .NET, Processing, zTreeONLINE RESOURCEShttp://unive.academia.edu/DavideMarchiorihttp://www.agent-based-models.com/blog/REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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Judgment and Decision Making, Agent-Based Modeling, Computational Economics, Quantitative Methods for Economics


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