Ricerca: Integration, religion and prosocial attitude. A minority case study in Italy.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Socio-economic and Statistical Studies at the Department of Economics and Law of Sapienza University of Rome. I earned my second-level Master's Degree in Development Economics and International Cooperation (MESCI) at the University of Rome Tor Vergata (2019) and my M.Sc. in Management along with my B.A. in International Trades from the Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
My research interests include development economics, behavioral economics, and experimental economics.
My doctoral dissertation focuses on prosocial attitude and religion. In particular, I investigate different aspects of social preference within the Muslim community in Italy. This population is characterized by a strong migratory background. Thus, through my research I examine the existence of intergenerational connections between first and second migrant generations, especially with respect to social preferences transmissions.