I am a postdoctoral associate at NYUAD and an affiliated researcher at LISER. I am an experimental economist. My research focus is on economic morality. I use laboratory and field experiments in which people face incentivised moral dilemmas and I develop behavioural models that describe norm-compliant behaviour. I am particularly interested on how local social norms affect ethical decision-making. I received my PhD from the University of Nottingham in 2018.

Here is my CV.



Working Papers

Manuscripts in Preparation

  • Interdependent Lying Costs: Theory and Experimental Evidence. (with L. Santos-Pinto, and P. Colzani) slides available.
  • Distributive Justice and Relative Economic Status: Experimental Evidence from Athens. (with A. Barr) slides available.



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