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Luigino Bruni

Professore ordinario
Sede: Roma
Dipartimento: Giurisprudenza, Economia, Politica e Lingue moderne
Corso di laurea: Economia e gestione aziendale - Scienze della comunicazione, informazione, marketing - Economia e commercio

Insegnamenti e orario di ricevimento

  • Economia politica

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  • Microeconomia

  • Storia del pensiero economico

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  • Curriculum Vitae

    I was born in Ascoli Piceno, 30.5.1966.


    Nov 2012 – To Date Full Professor in Economics, Department of Economics, Political Sciences and Modern Languages, University LUMSA, Rome.

    2005 – 2012  Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Milano-Bicocca.

    2001 – 2005  Research Assistant, Department of Economics University of Milano-Bicocca



    1999-2004 - PhD (part-time) in Economics, University of East Anglia. Supervisors R Sugden, S. Hargreaves-Heap.

    1998-2000 - Post-doc fellowship, Department of Economics, University of Padova. Supervisor: Prof. B. Gui

    1997-1998 - Visiting scholar at University of East Anglia. Supervisor: Prof. Robert Sugden.

    1996-1997 - Visiting student at LSE, London

    1995-1998 - PhD in History of Economics, University of Florence

    1992-1993 - Courses in social thought: Montet (FR) Suisse.

    1990-1992 - Social studies and philosophy courses: Florence

    1989 - Degree magna cum laude in Economics, University of Ancona



    2012 -  To Date Professor in “Macroeconomics” and “History of Economic Thought”, University LUMSA (Rome), Italy.

    2008 -  To Date Professor in “Civil economy”, University Institute Sophia (Loppiano), Italy.

    2003 - 2012  Professor in “Ethics and Economics”, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.

    2003 - 2012  Professor in “Economics and philosophy”, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.

    2000 - 2012  Professor in “Microeconomics” (Department of Economics), University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.

    2000 - 2007  Professor in “History of Economic Thought”, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.

    2003 - 2007  Professor in “Microeconomics” (Faculty of Psychology), University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.

    2002 - 2010  Professor in “Cooperative Economics”, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milan), Italy.


    01/07/2016 –  15/07/2016 - Visiting Professor in the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium).

    20/06/2015 –  01/07/2015 - Visiting Professor in the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE), Rotterdam (Netherlands).

    24/07/2013 – 06/08/2015 - Visiting Professor in the Institute of Public Finance and Social Policy, Department of Economics, Freie, Universitaet Berlin (Germany).

    20/06/2013 – 27/06/2013 - Visiting Professor, Universität zu Köln (Germany).


    Editor-in chief of the: International Review of Economics (Springer)

    Member of the Editorial Board of: Review of Social Economy (Routledge) and International Journal of Happiness and Development (InderScience)

    Member of the book series : Virtues and Economics (Springer)



    Winner of the Young Researcher Award of the “European Society of History of Economic Thought” (2001); 2nd prize winner in The Best Article in the History of Economics of the “History of Economics Society”, USA (2000); 2nd Prize Winner of Templeton Enterprise Awards (2008).


    My Repec Page  :

    • Italy  (rank 239 of 3049, top 8%)
    • Europe  (you rank 2565 of 26678, top 10%)

    Economic Ethics and Philosophy : I have always had a particular interest in topics related to ethics and philosophy in economics, that led me to deal with topics such as rational choice, trust, social capital and, more recently, evolutionary game theory.

    History of Economic Thought : my first great scientific passion that, since my PhD in the University of Florence, has led me to study authors from all different stages of the history of economic thought.

    Economic theory and Social Choice : in particular, topics such as reciprocity, happiness in economics, its history and paradoxes, relational goods.

    Economy of Communion, Social Economy and Non-Profit: and, in particular, their underlying economic theory.



    American economic review; Journal of Political Economy; Economics and Philosophy; Journal of Economic Psychology; History of Political Economy; Journal of History of Economic Thought; Journal of Law and Religion; Rivista di Economia Politica; Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Sociali; Rivista Italiana degli Economisti; Rivista di Storia del Pensiero Economico; Cambridge Journal of Economics; Applied Economics; Routledge; Mit Press; Toronto University Press;


    23/11/2016 - "Public happiness and relational goods", Seoul, South Korea, 7° Asian Future Forum "Beyond GDP: the pursuit of happiness for all"

    10/11/2016, - "Part-time for all", Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 42nd Quetelet Conference  “Men's perspective in unions, fertility and parenthood”

    13/10/2016 - “EOC as a paradigm of human and sustainable economy”, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife (PE), Seminar  PIMES - Programa de pós-graduação em economia

    16/09/2016 - "Good and Bad Vulnerability: The Tradition of Western Economics in Dialogue with Job and Qoheleth", KULeuven, Leuven, Belgium, International Conference “Relation, Vulnerability, Love: Theological Anthropology in the 21st Century”

    18/08/2016  - “Civil Economy and Human Flourishing”, Leuven, Belgium, Evangelische Theologische Faculteit (ETF), International Conference "Christianity and the Future of Our Societies - What Christians Can Contribute'"

    20/05/2016 - “The challenges of fraternity in the age of financial capitalism", SeoKang University, Seoul, SouthKorea.

    11/05/2016 - “The Arts, the Sciences, and Human Betterment. Reaching for Integration", Madison (WI), Wisconsin University, USA

    28/11/2015 - “Gift and money. History, anthropology, economics”, Executive Master on Applied Positive Psychology: EMAPP, Lisbon, Portugal.

    22/10/2015 - “Human dignity, Reciprocity and Civil economy”, Notre Dame University, South Bend (IN), USA.

    17/10/2015 - “Economics and love: Eros, Agape, and Philia”, Thomas More Lecture, University of Utrecht , Netherlands.

    29/06/2015 -  “Public happiness from Aristotle to the contemporary debate", Erasmus Institute for Philosophy  and Economics (EIPE), Rotterdam, Netherlands.

    20/06/2015 - “The neo-managerial ideology and the principle of subsidiarity”, SPES International Conference, Leuven,  Belgium.

    09/06/2015 -  “The challenge for Social Economy”, BPN Paribas, Luxemburg.

    03/06/2015 - “Eduquer aujourd’hui et demain. Some challenges for economic education”, UNESCO, Paris, France.

    10/04/2015 -  “Public happiness and civil virtues: the future of Civil economy and Europe”, University of Vienna, Austria.

    07/01/2015 -  “The concept of public happiness from Aristotle to contemporary debates", University of Athens, Greece.

    20/12/2014 -  “Economics, Politics and Public Happiness”, Executive Master on Applied Positive Psychology –  EMAPP, Lisbon, Portugal.

    18/12/2014 - “Awards, rewards, intrinsic motivations and civil economy: Giacinto Dragonetti”, University of Paris 1, France.

    01/12/2014 -  “Social cognition and network modelization”, University of Nice, France.

    16/05/2014 -  “How does its treatment of the great ethical questions in both teaching and research show the specific nature of the catholic university?”, Assemblea FUCE, Université Catholique de Lyon, France.

    23/03/2014 -  “After happiness: economics and virtue ethics”, KETEG, Budapest, Hungary.

    09/04/2013 -  “Why should the devil have all the best tunes”, Universität zu Köln, Germany.

    23/01/2013 -  “Well-being and well spaces",  Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany.

    19/10/2012 -  “How Relational Perspectives Can Transform Society”, Fordham University, New York, USA.

    18/10/2012 -  “Why Morality-Free Economic Theory Does Not Work: A Natural Law Perspective in the Wake of the Recent Financial Crisis.", Fordham University, New York, USA.

    12/05/2012 -  “Economy: a matter of giving”. European Parlament, Bruxelles, Belgium.

    13/02/2012 -  “The Humanistic Vocation of Italian Economic Tradition”, Italian Institute of Culture, New York, USA.

    09/07/2011 -  “The ethos of the market”, – Institut Politique Léon Harmel (IPLH), Paris, France.

    16/04/2011 - “Civil economy as the vocation of the Italian economic tradition", Conference at Brown University, USA.

    23-25/01/2011 - “Economy of Communion: A new paridigme for the African Development”, Catholic University of  Eastern Africa, Nairobi. Kenya.




    22-23/04/2016 - “Vulnerability and Gift in Economics and Business”, Organizers: HEIRS, Sophia University, SPES  Europe, GRACE; venue: Loppiano (Florence), Italy. 

    15-16/03/2016 - “Life Satisfaction and Social Optimum: The challenge between subjective and objective wellbeing indicators”, Organizers: HEIRS; University of Rome Tor Vergata; LUMSA University: venue: Rome, Italy. 

    14 -16/01/2016 -“Economics, health and happiness”, Organizers: Department of Business Economics, Health & Social Care of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, HEIRS and SSPH; venue: Lugano, Switzerland.

    20-21/05/2014 - “Economic theology, theological economics – an interdisciplinary conference”, Organizer: LUMSA University; Venue: Rome, Italy. 

    09/03/2013 - “Antonio Genovesi: Economic and Civil Perspective 300 years later”, Organizer: HEIRS; venue: Napoli, Italy.

    4-5/06/2013  - “Public Happiness”, Organizers: LUMSA University and Angelicum; venue: Rome, Italy.

    8-9/06/2011 -  “Market and Happiness”, Organizer: University of Milan – Bicocca; venue: Milan, Italy.
    11-13/06/2009 -“Happiness and Relational Goods”, Organizer: University of Milan–Bicocca: venue: Venice, Isola di San Servolo, Italy

    19-20/01/2009 - “The Economic Child: Behavioral Economics and Game Theory with Children”. Organizer:University of Milan Bicocca and University of Cagliari, venue: Milan, Italy.

    22-24/02/2007  - “Reciprocity: Theories and Facts” Organizer: University of Milan-Bicocca and University of Cagliari;  venue: Verbania, Italy.

    Here  my last  "Editoriali" (in Italian and in English ) in the National newspaper Avvenire .

    Principali pubblicazioni

    Bruni L. (2017). Economics and Vulnerability: Relationships, Incentives, Meritocracy. (a cura di) Peter Rona, Laszlo Zsolnai, Economics as a Moral Science. Heidelberg:Springer International Publishing, vol. 1 - 2017, p.107 - 128 , DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53291-2 , ISBN: 978-3-319-53290-5

    Bruni L (2017). L'economia civile, il benessere e la pubblica felicità. (a cura di) Dorigatti M., Zamagni S., Economia è cooperazione. Roma:Città Nuova Editrice, p.89 - 114 , ISBN: 9788831101943

    Bruni L. (2017). On the Concept of Economia Civile and Felicitas Publica: A Comment on Federico D'Onofrio. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 39, 2, p.273 - 279 , DOI:

    Bruni L, Tufano F (2017). The value of vulnerability: The transformative capacity of risky trust. Judgment and Decision Making, vol. 12, 4, p.408 - 414

    Bruni L, Zamagni S (2016). Civil Economy. London:Agenda Publishing, p.1 - 176 , ISBN: 9781911116011

    Bruni L; Oslington P; Zamagni S (2016). Economics and theology special issue: introduction. INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ECONOMICS, vol. 63, p.1 - 5

    Bruni L (2016). Economics, well-being and happiness: history and protagonists. (a cura di) Bruni L, Porta P, Handbook of research methods and applications in happiness and quality of life. Cheltenham:Edward Elgar, , ISBN: 978178347116 4

    Bruni L. Porta P (a cura di) (2016). Handbook of research methods and applications in happiness and quality of life. Cheltenham:Edward Elgar, p.1 - 552 , ISBN: 9781783471164

    Bruni L, Grevin A (2016). L'economie silencieuse. Paris:Nouvelle Cité, p.1 - 264 , ISBN: 9782853138307

    Bruni L (2016). La foresta e l'albero. Dieci parole per una economia umana. Milano:Vita e Pensiero, , ISBN: 9788834331514

    Bruni L (2016). Les relations en tant que biens. REVUE DU MAUSS SEMESTRIELLE, p.45 - 63 , DOI: 1247-4819

    Bartolini S, Bilancini E, Bruni L, Porta P (a cura di) (2016). Policy of happiness. Oxford:Oxford University Press, p.1 - 320 , ISBN: 9780198758730

    Bruni L (2016). Public happiness and relational goods: that crucial link that economics and policy often forget. (a cura di) Bartolini S, Bilancini E, Bruni L, Porta P L, Policy of happiness. Oxford:Oxford University Press, p.262 - 281 , ISBN: 9780198758730

    Bruni L, Zamagni S. (2016). The Challenges of Public Happiness: An Historical-Methodological Reconstruction. (a cura di) Helliwell J F, Layard R, Sachs J, World Happiness Report 2016, Update (Vol. I). New York:Sustainable Development Solutions Network, p.66 - 86

    Bruni L (2015). A Lexicon of Social Well-Being. LONDON:Palgrave Macmillan, p.1 - 144 , ISBN: 9781137528872

    Bruni L (2015). Commerce, reciprocity and civil virtues: the contribution of the Civil economy. (a cura di) Garnett R.F., Lewis P, Ealy T, Commerce and Community. London:Routledge, p.85 - 100 , ISBN: 9781315737171

    Bruni L, Ferri G (2015). Does Cooperativeness Promote Happiness? Cross-Country Evidence. Mo.Fi.R. Working papers, , art. no. 107

    Bruni L (2015). Economics, wealth and happiness in historical perspective. RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI, vol. 1/2015, p.41 - 56

    Bruni L (2015). Fidarsi di uno sconosciuto. BOLOGNA:Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna EDB, p.1 - 96 , ISBN: 9788810567036

    Becchetti L, Bruni L, Zamagni S (2015). Human Values, Civil Economy, and Subjective Well-being. (a cura di) Helliwell j F, Layard R, and Sachs J, World Happiness Report. New York:United Nations, p.132 - 151

    Bruni L (2015). Il mercato e il dono. MILANO:EGEA, p.1 - 192 , ISBN: 9788883502217

    Bruni L; Zamagni S (2015). L'economia civile. BOLOGNA:Il Mulino, p.1 - 144 , ISBN: 978-88-15-25817-5

    Bruni L (2015). La distruzione creatrice. Lâ??arte della gestione delle crisi nelle Organizzazione a Movente Ideale. Roma:Città Nuova ,

    Bruni L (2015). Le imprese del patriarca.Mercato, denaro e relazioni umane nel libro della Genesi. BOLOGNA:EDB- Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna, p.1 - 192 , ISBN: 9788810558393

    Bruni L (2015). Le levatrici d'Egitto. Un economista legge il libro dell'Esodo. Prefazione di Giovanni Casoli . BOLOGNA:Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna EDB, p.1 - 200 , ISBN: 9788810558577

    Bruni L (2015). Review of Ari Daniel Levine Divided by a CommonLanguage: Factional Conflict in Late Northern Song China' . ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY, vol. 31, p.168 - 174 , DOI: 10.1017/S0266267114000455

    Bruni L; Porta P L (2015). Special Issue: Trust and Gratuitousness in Economics.Guest Editors: Luigino Bruni and Pier Luigi Porta. Introduction: From happiness to trust and gratuitousness in economics . INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HAPPINESS AND DEVELOPMENT, vol. 2, 3, p.193 - 203

    Bruni L; Smerilli A. (2015). The Economics of Values-Based Organisations. An Introduction. LONDON:Routledge, , ISBN: 978-0-415-72335-0

    Bruni L; Panebianco F; Smerilli A (2014). Beyond Carrots and Sticks:How Cooperation and its Rewards Evolve Together . REVIEW OF SOCIAL ECONOMY, vol. 72, 1, p.55 - 82 , DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2014.884388

    Bruni L; Porta P L (2014). Cesare Beccaria's On Crimes and Punishments. HISTORY OF ECONOMICS REVIEW, vol. 60, Summer 2014, p.64 - 75

    Bruni L (2014). Commerce, Reciprocity and Civil Virtues: The Contribution of the Civil Economy. (a cura di) Garnett R.F., Lewis P., Ealy L.T., Commerce and CommunityEcologies of Social Cooperation. :Routledge, p.85 - 100 , ISBN: 978-0-415-81009-8

    Bruni L; Zamagni S (2014). Economic and Theology in Italy since the Eighteenth Century. (a cura di) Paul Oslington, The Oxford Handbook of Christianity and Economics. p.57 - 72 , ISBN: 978-0-19-972971-5

    Bruni L (2014). Fondati sul lavoro. MILANO:Vita e pensiero, , ISBN: 9788834322857

    Bruni L; Smerilli A (2014). L'altra metà dell'economia. Roma:Città Nuova Editrice, , ISBN: 978-88-311-0182-0

    Bruni L (2014). Lessico del ben-vivere sociale. ROMA:Ecra, , ISBN: 9788865580967

    (a cura di) (2014). Manual of Political EconomyA Critical and Variorum Edition. In: Montesano A; Zanni A.; Bruni L; Chipman J S; McLure M. New Jork:Oxford University Press, , ISBN: 9780199607952

    Bruni L (2014). Ricchezze. MILANO:EDIZIONI SAN PAOLO,

    Bruni L (2014). The paretian turn. The foundation of the theory of rational choice, and its discontents. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, vol. 51, 2, p.47 - 64

    Bruni L (2014). The Value of Sociality: Economics and Relationality in the Light of the Economy of Communion. REVISTA PORTUGUESA DE FILOSOFIA, vol. 70, 1, p.61 - 79

    Bruni L (2013). Economia con l'Anima . BOLOGNA:EMI,

    (a cura di) (2013). Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity and Social Enterprise. In: Bruni L; Zamagni S. Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA:Edward Elgar, , ISBN: 9781849804639

    Bruni L; Riccardi N.; Rota Scalabrini P. (2013). L'uomo spirituale e l'homo oeconomicus. Il cristianesimo e il denaro. MILANO:Glossa,


    Bruni L; Sugden R (2013). Reclaiming Virtue Ethics for Economics. THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES, vol. 27, 4, p.141 - 164 , DOI: 10.1257/jep.27.4.141

    Bruni L (2012). Antonio Genovesi. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    Bruni L (2012). Contratto. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    Bruni L; Smerilli A (2012). Cooperation and Diversity: An Evolutionary Approach. HOMO OECONOMICUS, vol. Volume 29(2), p.141 - 162

    Bruni L (2012). Giacinto Dragonetti. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    Bruni L (2012). Le nuove virtù del mercato nell'era dei beni comuni. ROMA:Città Nuova, p.1 - 256 , ISBN: 9788831101714

    Bruni L (2012). Le prime radiciLa via italiana alla cooperazione e al mercato. Trento:Il Margine, p.1 - 240 , ISBN: 9788860891129

    Bruni L (2012). Società Civile. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    (a cura di) (2012). The Charismatic Principle in Social Life. In: Bruni L; Sena B. LONDON:Routledge, , ISBN: 978-0-415-63822-7

    Bruni L (2012). The Genesis and the Ethos of the market. London:Palmgrave Mcmillan, p.1 - 240 , ISBN: 9780230348455

    Bruni L (2012). The wound and the blessing. HYDE PARK (NY),:New City Press, , ISBN: 978-1-56548-428-3

    Bruni L (2012). Vilfredo Pareto. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    Bruni L (2012). Virtù Civili. Enciclopedia ItalianaIl contributo italiano alla Storia del Pensieroottava appendice. ROMA:Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, fondata da Giovanni Treccani S.p.A., , ISBN: 978-88-12-00089-0

    Bruni L; Stanca L; Mantovani M (2011). The Effect of Motivations on Social Indirect Reciprocity: an Experimental Analysis. APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS, vol. 18 (17), p.1709 - 1711

    BRUNI L (2010). L'ethos del mercatoUn'introduzione ai fondamenti antropologici e relazoinali dell'economia. Milano:Bruno Mondadori, , ISBN: 9788861594043

    Bruni L (2010). Su Delle virtù e i premi di G. Dragonetti. STORIA DEL PENSIERO ECONOMICO,

    Bruni L (2010). The happiness of sociality. Economics and eudaimonia: A necessary encounter. RATIONALITY AND SOCIETY, vol. 22, 4, p.383 - 406 , DOI: 10.1177/1043463110374500

    (a cura di) (2009). Dizionario di Economia civile. In: Bruni L; Zamagni S. ROMA:Città Nuova,

    Bruni L; Sugden R (2009). Fraternity, intrinsic motivation and sacrifice: a reply to Gui and Nelson. ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY, vol. 25, 2, p.195 - 198 , DOI: 10.1017/S026626710999006X

    Bruni L (2009). L'impresa civile: una via italiana all'economia di mercato. MILANO:EGEA,

    (a cura di) (2009). New Essays in Pareto's Economic Theory. In: Bruni L; Montesano A. LONDON:Routledge,

    Stanca LM; Corazzini L; Bruni L (2009). Testing theories of reciprocity: do motivations matter?. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION, vol. 71, 2, p.233 - 245 , DOI: 10.1016/j.jebo.2009.04.009

    Stanca LM; Bruni L; Mantovani M (2009). The Effect of Motivations on Social Indirect Reciprocity: an Experimental Analysis.

    Bruni L; Smerilli A (2009). The value of vocation. The Crucial Role ofIntrinsically Motivated People in Values-based Organizations. REVIEW OF SOCIAL ECONOMY, vol. 67, 3, p.271 - 288 , DOI: 10.1080/00346760802621633

    Bruni L; Smerilli A (2008). Benedetta economia. ROMA:Città Nuova, , ISBN: 9788831101615

    (a cura di) (2008). Capabilities and Happiness. In: Bruni L; Comim F; Pugno M. OXFORD:Oxford University Press,

    Bruni L; Sugden R (2008). Fraternity: why the market need not be a morally free zone. ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY, vol. 24, 1, p.35 - 64 , DOI: 10.1017/S0266267108001661

    BRUNI L; STANCA L. (2008). Watching alone. Happiness, Relational goods and television. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION, vol. 65, p.506 - 528

    BRUNI L (2007). Civil Economy. OXFORD:Peter Lang,

    (a cura di) (2007). Handbook of happiness and economics. In: BRUNI L. CHELTENHAM:E. Eldgar,

    BRUNI L; STANCA L (2007). Income Aspirations, Television and Happiness: Evidence from the World Values Survey. KYKLOS, vol. 59, p.209 - 225

    BRUNI L (2007). L'emergere della cooperazione in un mondo eterogeneo. Un approccio evolutivo. RIVISTA INTERNAZIONALE DI SCIENZE SOCIALI, vol. 1/2007,

    Bruni L (2007). La ferita dell'altro. Trento:Il Margine, , ISBN: 978-88-6089-016-0

    BRUNI L; SUGDEN R (2007). The road not taken. Now psychology was removed from economics, and how it might be brought back. ECONOMIC JOURNAL, vol. 117, p.146 - 173

    Bruni L; Sugden R (2007). The road not taken: How psychology was removed from economics, and how it might be brought back. ECONOMIC JOURNAL, vol. 117, 516, p.146 - 173 , DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2007.02005.x

    BRUNI L (2007). The value of vocation. The role of intrinsically motivated people in value based organizations. REVIEW OF SOCIAL ECONOMY,

    BRUNI L (2006). Civil Happiness. LONDON:Routledge,

    (a cura di) (2006). Felicità e Libertà. In: BRUNI L; P. PORTA.

    Bruni L (2006). Il prezzo della gratuità. ROMA:Città Nuova,

    BRUNI L (2006). Reciprocità. Cooperazione economia società civile. MILANO:Mondadori,

    (a cura di) (2005). Economics and Happiness. In: BRUNI L. OXFORD:OUP,

    BRUNI L (2005). Hic Sunt Leones. In: B. GUI E R. SUGDEN. Economics and Social Interaction. CAMBRIDGE:CUP,

    BRUNI L (2004). "The Technology of Happiness in the tradition of Economic Science",. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT, vol. 26, p.19 - 43

    BRUNI L; ZAMAGNI S. (2004). Economia Civile. Efficienza Equità Pubblica Felicità. BOLOGNA:Il Mulino,

    (a cura di) (2004). Felicità ed economia. In: BRUNI L; P.L. PORTA. MILANO:Guerini e Associati,

    BRUNI L (2004). L'economia la felicità e gli altri. ROMA:Città Nuova,

    (a cura di) (2004). Per una economia di Comunione. In: BRUNI L; L. CRIVELLI.

    BRUNI L (2004). The 'Happiness transformation problem' in Cambridge Tradition. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT, vol. 11, p.433 - 452

    BRUNI L (2003). Economia Civile and Pubblica Felicità in the Italian Enlightenment. HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, vol. 35, p.361 - 385

    (a cura di) (2002). Economia come impegno civile. In: BRUNI L; V. PELLIGRA.

    BRUNI L (2002). L'economia e i paradossi della felicità. In: SACCO P., ZAMAGNI S.. Complessità relazionale e comportamento economico, verso un nuovo paradigma di razionalità. BOLOGNA:Il Mulino,

    BRUNI L (2002). Vilfredo Pareto and the birth of the modern microeconomics.

    BRUNI L (2002). Vilfredo Pareto and the birth of the modern microeconomics. CHELTENHAM:Elgar,

    BRUNI L (2001). Consents and Dissents: Moments of the Reception of Italian Economists in England: 1878 - 1938. In: ASSO P.F.. From Economists to Economists.

    BRUNI L; GUALA F. (2001). Pareto and the Epistemological Foundations of Choice Theory. HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, vol. 33, p.21 - 49

    BRUNI L; SUGDEN R. (2000). Moral Canals: Trust and Social Capital in the Work of Hume, Smith and Genovesi. ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY, vol. 16, p.21 - 45

    (a cura di) (2000). Verso un agire economico "a misura di persona". In: BRUNI L; MORAMARCO V.. MILANO:Vita e pensiero,

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