During my training in economics I lived in an open-minded environment promoting critical thinking, where I built an expertise in game theoty and its multidisciplinary applications. My research interests have led me to study evolutionary game theory, social dynamics, bounded rationality, behavioral rules, institutions, social norms, prosocial behavior, cognitive foundations of decision-making, experimental methods.
I recently received funding from the Italian Ministry of University and Research (PRIN 2017) as principal investigator of a research project to study which cognitive mode is more likely to foster prosocial behavior. We plan to test the hypothesis that different cognitive modes (i.e., automatic intuition, conscious intuition, deliberation) trigger different social motives (i.e., empathy, social sanctioning, morality) underlying prosociality.
News and links
- Pegaso Doctoral Program in Economics
- PhD Programs at IMT Lucca
- Strategic Quotient: Measure of strategic skills
- BluTube: Game for education
- Assistant Professor in Experimental Economics at IMT Lucca, 4 November, 2019
- 2nd YETI Meeting, Sant'Anna School of Economics, 25-26 March, 2020
- Special Issue on "Social Coordination Games", 31 January 2021