The research team explores all the dimensions of decision making (analysis of the mechanisms for adapting individual strategies) in the context of individual or group economic, managerial, financial, and social choices.
The research issues are structured around the following questions:
- How can individuals set the limits of their useful relevant information intervals? In particular, how do individuals select the benchmark group and the paths in which interactions can lead to performance and not to loss of resources?
- What are the mechanisms with whichindividuals can measure effort and give credit to others’ contributions and to communication procedures by working jointly with others to change available information into useful information (social and antisocial behavior)?
- What connections can be made between common knowledge and social construction in a team? What stereotypes are associated with compliance and proximity standards? What facilitates internal communication (projects associated with the fields of environment, wine, and food)?