Head, Behavioural Economics Unit - Scientist
Giovanna is Assistant Professor at the University of Milan and Scientist at EIEE, where she is head of the research area on Behavioural Science. Previously, she worked at Milan Polytechnic and the University of Birmingham, and was a visiting researcher at FEEM. She holds a PhD in Economics from Bocconi University, with a thesis on natural resource conservation in developing countries, and an MSc in Development Management from LSE. During her PhD, Giovanna was a research fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, Paris School of Economics and University of Zurich. Giovanna’s research uses laboratory and field experiments to investigate key drivers of pro-social behavior, such as institutions, norms, and leadership structures. Her recent work has focused on the analysis of the impact of behavioral energy efficiency programs.