I'm a post-doctoral fellow at IGIER - Bocconi University.

I'm an applied economist relying on experiments to study how preferences, norms, and information shape economic decision-making.

In particular, I’m interested in studying how preferences, norms, and institutional factors can help achieve cooperation and efficiency in social dilemmas - especially environmental/ecological dilemmas. I’m also interested in studying how information shapes individuals’ decision-making and attitudes, especially in, but not limited to, digital contexts.

Before joining Bocconi, I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bologna in 2020.

I am also a Junior Affiliated Scientist at the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment and an Associate at the Bocconi Experimental Lab for the Social Sciences (BELSS) and Bologna Laboratory for Experiments in Social Science (BLESS).

You can find more information about me in my CV.

Contact details:


IGIER - Bocconi University

Via G.  Roentgen 1 - 20136 Milan, Italy

Room 5-C1-18 (5th floor)