Arianna Galliera


Arianna is now a post-doc researcher at Politecnico di Milano; she did her PhD in Economics at LUISS university with a thesis on adaptation dynamics in strategic and individual behavior and she
holds a MSc in Quantitative Economics from the University of Alicante. During her PhD she was visiting at the University of Chicago. Her focus is investigating individual behavior through (lab and field) experiments, decision-making process and the social effects. She is particularly interested in investment decisions, risk preferences, trust in the institutions and the relation with new policies.

Within COBHAM, she work on lab and field experiments, focusing on the decision making process in energy consumption.

She loves travelling, preferably with a motorbike. She likes skiing as much as snorkeling.

Post Published by Arianna Galliera

Apr 10

Prime CO2 now

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Nov 30

The Rebound Effect

When big cities switch from traditional light bulbs to white LEDs, we should observe a decrease [...]