Researcher, Behavior Program
Piero Ronzani is a postdoctoral researcher at ISDC, Berlin. His fields of research are Behavioral and Experimental Economics. His main topic of research is the role of poverty in decision-making processes. Piero’s research agenda includes studying decisions under risk and testing public policies in experimental settings. Piero is passionate about behavioural development economics, lab-in-the-field experiments, and impact evaluation techniques.
Piero has previously worked at the Cognitive and Experimental Economics Laboratory at Trento University and CRESA Laboratory at San Raffaele University. In 2018 and 2019 he was a visiting scholar at CSAE in Oxford University. His research has been published in Scientific Reports, Journal of Theory and Decisions, Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics, and Frontiers in Communication. He holds a PhD in Economics obtained at Trento University.