My primary research interest focuses on human cooperation in the context of social dilemmas. In particular, I focus on understanding how exogenous (e.g. group composition, organisational/network structure, information flow, gossip) and endogenous (e.g. personality traits) factors improve or deplete cooperation.
I employ both experimental methods and mathematical models (agent-based models) to investigate cooperative dynamics at both the individuals and the collective level.
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Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, 2020
University of Southampton
MSc. Mathematics and Finance, 2016
University of Essex
BSc in Pure Mathematics, 2015
Universitá degli Studi di Milano