Fourth year PhD Student
Martina holds an MSc in Economics and International Finance from the Università Cattolica of Milan. After graduating in 2012 she worked in an Investment Banking in Milan on Derivatives Structuring. In 2014 she achieved an MSc in Economics of Public Policy from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. In 2017 and 2018 Martina was a visiting student at the European University Institute.
Martina is an applied behavioural economist, with interests in health and environmental issues. Her projects are usually motivated by key social issues and she analyses them using insights from psychology, neuroscience and biology. She has run both field and lab experiments, with several “non-standard” populations (such as first graders, farmers and mothers with a low socioeconomic status) and during her Ph.D. she has collaborated with scholars from others disciplines, beyond social sciences.