In March 2013, I obtained a PhD in Economics from the Catholic University Milan. My PhD dissertation, titled “Child Development and Cognitive Outcomes: the Role of Public and Family Inputs”, dealt with the effects of family decisions and child care policies on the development of children, employing both reduced-form and structural estimation methods. During my PhD, I had been mainly conducting my research at Collegio Carlo Alberto and I benefited from a period as a visiting scholar at New York University.
From September 2013 until August 2015, I had been a Postdoctoral Max Weber Fellow at European University Institute, and in September 2015 I have started a position at the Centre for Health Economics, University of Gothenburg.
You can find more information about me in the CV to the right.