Academic Courses:

In Summer I teach the course “Economics of Misbehavior.

In Fall I teach the course “Science of Behavior Change“.

In Fall and in Spring I teach  the seminar course “Behavioral Economics in Action“.

In Spring 2020 I teach a PhD course titled “Advice to Young Economists” at the Collegio Carlo Alberto (Turin, Italy).

I also organize a lab meetings with bachelor, master and PhD students interested in Behavioral Economics.

Gary Becker said that the goal of economics “it is judged ultimately by how well it helps us understand the world, and how well we can help improve it.” My teaching activity focuses on helping students to better understand the world and, if possible, improve it.


My teaching philosophy.