Chiara is interested in the behavioural and economic drivers of people’s decisions affecting the environment. Her research focuses on the role that information and social learning play in determining environmental behaviours and how these behaviours can change in time.
Chiara holds a BSc in Economics and Business (cum laude) from LUISS Guido Carli and a MSc in Economics from LSE. She has worked on the joint use of liability rules and regulation in preventing environmental harm at the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics (RILE) and she has experience teaching Microeconomics and Environmental Economics at LSE and Oxford, where she taught in both term time and summer schools. From 2017 she has been the Course Manager for Microeconomics (EC201) in the Economics department at LSE and she joined the Geography and Environment department to start her PhD in 2018.
- Behavioural Economics
- Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity
- Environmental Economics
- Applied Microeconomics