Marco Angrisani

Marco Angrisani, a0412
Adjunct Economist
Santa Monica Office


Ph.D. in economics, University College London; M.S. in economics, University College London; B.A. in political economy, University of Siena


Marco Angrisani is an adjunct economist at the RAND Corporation. His research interests span across labor economics, applied microeconomics, public finance, and financial economics. His current projects focus on household finance and saving behavior, portfolio choices over the life cycle, retirement planning and health investment, spending habits and use of payment methods. His research also concerns different aspects of survey methodology, from sampling and weighting techniques to measurement properties of questions aiming at eliciting household inomce, wealth and consumption.

Pardee RAND Graduate School Courses

Selected Publications

Angrisani M., Kapteyn A. and Schuh S. "Measuring Household Spending and Payment Habits: the Role of Typical and Specific Time Frames in Survey Questions," in Christopher D. Carroll, Thomas F. Crossley, and John Sabelhaus, Improving the Measurement of Consumer Expenditures, Studies in Income and Wealth, University of Chicago Press, 2015

Angrisani, M., Hurd, M., Meijer, E., Parker A. and Rohwedder S., "Labor Force Transitions at Older Ages: the Roles of Work Environment and Personality," MRRC, Working Paper Series, 2013

Angrisani, M., Hurd, M. and Meijer, E., "Investment Decisions in Retirement: the Role of Subjective Expectations," MRRC, Working Paper Series, 2012

Angrisani M., Guarino A., Huck S., and Larson N., "No-Trade in the Laboratory," B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, Advances, 11(1):Advances, 2011