I am a lecturer at Cardiff Business School. My research interests falll into the fields of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. I study human behavior in various contexts with the help of laboratory, survey, and field experiments. In an effort to keep my research policy relevant, I periodically collaborate with government institutions in different countries (e.g., Armenia, China) and international development organizations (e.g., KfW, UNDP, IOM).
I obtained my PhD in Behavioral and Experimental Economics at the Graduate School of Economics and Management at the University of Venice, Italy. I received MA in Quantitative Economics (double degree) from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, France and the University of Venice, Italy.
Industrial Economics (3rd year, BSc)
My research interests are in the fields of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Below you can find specific topics I am interested in (disclaimer: the list is not exhaustive).
- Social preferences of individuals
- Charitable giving
- Decision making in the domain of losses
- Tax paying behavior of individuals
- Pro-environmental behavior of individuals