Head, Behavioural Economics Unit - Scientist
Giovanna is Assistant Professor at the University of Milan and Scientist at EIEE. 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.