LABSS – ISTC – CNR
Via Palestro, 32 Rome 00185 Italy
Daniela received her PhD in Economics at Bocconi University in 2006 and obtained a Marie Curie fellowship from Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), where she developed her interests in experiments design. The research activity she has been developing so far is mainly focused on Behavioral Decision Making, Experimental Economics, and Industrial Organization. In her Ph.D. thesis, she investigated the role of biases like overconfidence and inertia in shaping entrepreneurial decisions like entry and the choice of the innovative strategy. Her recent research activity is concerned with social interaction in public goods games (cooperation, sanctions and rewards); individual and group decisions in contexts of ambiguity; guilt aversion, fairness and norms; the role of extrinsic and intrinsic incentives in shaping creativity. She is now working at LABSS with a research grant and at Bocconi University as a Teaching Fellow.