My research interests are in the areas of public economics and behavioral economics.
The first part of my work is devoted to explore the effectiveness of different policy interventions designed to foster individuals' compliance with rules and norms. The second part of my research contributes to the experimental literature on cooperative social interactions. The last part of my research addresses classical topics in public economics such as profit shifting or efficiency costs of taxation.
In my research, I apply laboratory experiments, program evaluation techniques in randomized controlled trials, and natural experiments.