Maria Pia Paganelli

Associate Professor of Economics, Trinity University

Maria Pia Paganelli is Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity University.

Dr. Paganelli's research focuses on the history of economic thought, specializing in the 18th century. She is particularly interested in Adam Smith, David Hume, monetary theories, and the Scottish Enlightenment.  Dr. Paganelli analyzes how self-interest interacts with other motivational drives, with systematic biases, and with the surrounding institutional environment. She also explores the links between the Scottish Enlightenment and the results from behavioral economics, evolutionary biology, neuroeconomics.

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