Currently, I am a MRes student in Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Between March and June 2013 I was an intern at the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute for Human Behavior in Berlin, where I worked on a team researching decision making and social influence.
My main topics of interest are related to experimental and behavioral economics. For more on that see below.
Behavioral and experimental economics, development, entrepreneurship, risk taking behavior and intertemporal preferences.
I have experience in laboratory experiments about imitation in risk taking and social influence in cultural-products choices.
I am currently working on a project about the perseverance and imagination of entrepreneurs, based on an online-survey methodology.
Recently I have been also studying frontier approaches in Economic History for the evaluation of people’s basic numerical capabilities.