I am a post-doc research fellow at CREED, the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making of the University of Amsterdam. 

Formerly I worked as post-doc researcher at the Department of Economics of the University of Verona and at the Max Planck Institute for Economics in Jena.

My research interests are in the field of experimental and behavioral economics, with a focus on unethical behavior and cheating, experimental methods, and econometric analysis of experimental data.

Currently, I am working with Shaul Shalvi on a project studying the behavioral roots of corruption. The project aims to unfold the roots and nature of corrupt collaborations, their existence, the psychological processes underlying them, and the settings most likely to make corrupt collaboration emerge and spread. The expected results of the project have the potential to help developing mitigation strategies aimed to reduce the social costs of corruption.