I am an experimental and behavioural economist interested in development. I am studying the effect of exposure to violence and other forms of shocks on preferences, beliefs, and behaviour.
I apply behavioural and experimental economics to public policy in a variety of domains.
I use different methods, from lab to field experiments, from observational data to surveys.
Most of my past work was related to the labour market effects of innovation and in general on the determinants and effects of inequality.