Department of Economics - University of Verona
I am a reserach fellow at the University of Verona since January 2016.
In 2015 I have earned a Ph.D. in Economics and Management at the University of Trento.
Between 2013 and 2014 I have been a visiting student at GATE (Groupe d'Analyse et de Théorie Economique), in Lyon, where I have been advised by Prof. Marie Claire Villeval on a project dealing with behavioral health economics.
Before the Ph.D., I completed an M.A. in Economics at the University of Bologna, Italy, and an M.Sc. in Public Economics at the University of York, UK. I also worked as applied economist at the European Commission and at IFEL, a research centre based in Rome.
In my Ph.D. thesis I investigated peer effects and social interactions, both empirically and experimentally, as well as gender discrimination and information acquisition in health contexts, from a behavioral perspective.
In my Master theses I investigated through empirical studies the addiction to cigarettes and the impact of information on it, as well as the determinants of female labor supply in both Italy and the UK.