I am a behavioural scientist with an interdisciplinary background and an interest in happiness, prosocial behaviour, inequality and policy.
I earned my PhD in Psychology (Behavioural Economics) from City, University of London in January 2020 and I am currently a Research Fellow at the Wellbeing Research Centre at the University of Oxford.
During my PhD, I have been part of the Wellbeing programme at the London School of Economics and a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School.
Before my PhD, I completed an MSc in Behavioural Economics at City, University of London (2014/2015) and a Bachelor in Business Administration at Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina (2006/2010). In between, I worked in the private sector for a few years.
I use large datasets and experiments to understand how socioeconomic problems shape our wellbeing, choices and behaviour.
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