Luca Congiu

PhD, University of Insubria, 2020

Assistant Professor of Economics, Tor Vergata University of Rome

Lecturer in Behavioral & Experimental Economics, University of Insubria

I explore the interaction between choice architecture and individual differences in economic behavior. I program and conduct my experiments in the lab and online.


Framing Effects in the Elicitation of Risk Aversion: An Experimental Study, Italian Economic Journal, 2023, 9(1): 321–352.  [pdf]

Choice Architecture: A Message and Environment Perspective, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 2022, 15(1): 162–166. [pdf]

A Review of Nudges: Definitions, Justifications, Effectiveness (with I. Moscati), Journal of Economic Surveys, 2022, 36(1): 188–213. [pdf]

Message and Environment: A Framework for Nudges and Choice Architecture (with I. Moscati), Behavioural Public Policy, 2020, 4(1): 71–87. [pdf]

Working Papers & Work in Progress

Digital Nudging and Cookie Rejection: An Experiment (with I. Moscati & M. Scacchi). [pdf]

Biases and Nudges in the Circular Economy: A Review (with E. Botta & M. Zoli).

A Survey Experiment on Secondhand Consumption (with L. Lorè & M. Zoli).

Congestion Management and Navigation Systems: A Lab Experiment on Individual versus Delegated Choices (with A. Iozzi, L. Panaccione, M. Persichina & M. Zoli).

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