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Assistant Professor
Department of Economics, University of Milan-Bicocca
Founder, Co-Director and Senior Research Fellow
                                                                                                                                       

Research Fields: Labor and Development Economics; Economics of Education; Applied Micro Econometrics.

My research can be grouped into two main areas. First, I study inequality in many dimensions, how individuals experience and see inequality and how these perceptions affect their choices. Second I study how individuals form expectations about the future and how these expectations drive their behaviour. In my most recent research project, I have developed an innovative survey instrument that allows studying future expected earnings and employment prospects of the young unemployed and how these expectations affect their life choices and behaviours.