Dr Lucia Sbragia, BA, PhD
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lucia teaches Business Competition, Industrial Organization and Labor Economics.
Lucia's research interests include applications of game theoretical concepts and nonlinear dynamic modelling to study environmental and natural resources issues. In particular, her research concerns the sustainability of the commercial exploitation of the fishery and the stability of international environmental agreements to reduce pollution emissions.
- Natural Resource Management
- Dynamic Games
- Undergraduate programmes in Economics
Journal papers: academic
- Breton, M., Sbragia, L. & Zaccour, G. (2010). A Dynamic Model for international environmental agreements. Environmental and Resource Economics 45(1): 25-48.
- Bahn, O., Breton, M., Sbragia, L. & Zaccour, G. (2009). Stability of international environmental agreements: an illustration with asymmetrical countries. International Transactions in Operational Research 16(3): 307-324.
- Bischi, G.I., Lamantia, F. & Sbragia, L. (2009). Strategic interaction and imitation dynamics in patch differentiated exploitation of fisheries. Ecological Complexity 6(3): 353-362.
- Chiarella C., Dieci R., Gardini L. & Sbragia L. (2008). A model of financial market dynamics with heterogeneous beliefs and state-dependent confidence. Computational Economics 32(1/2): 55-72.
- Bischi, G. I., Sbragia, L. & Szidarovszky, F. (2008). Learning the Demand Function in a Repeated Cournot Oligopoly Game. International Journal of Systems Science 39(4): 403-419.
- Bischi, G.I., Naimzada, A.K. & Sbragia, L. (2007). Oligopoly Games with Local Monopolistic Approximation. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 62(3): 371-388.
- Lamantia, F. & Sbragia, L. (2006). A dynamic model of patch differentiated of fisheries. Pure Mathematics and Applications 16(4): 411-427.
- Naimzada, A.K. & Sbragia, L. (2006). Oligopoly Games with nonlinear demand and cost functions: Two bounded rational adjustment processes. Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 29(3): 707-722.