Claudia is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics.
Her research is in the fields of game theory, behavioural economics and experimental economics.
She holds a Master's degree in Economics from UCL and a Ph.D. in Economics from Royal Holloway University of London.
Before joining Middlesex, Claudia worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute in Bonn.
She has been a visiting researcher at Nuffield College (Oxford), the University of Edinburgh and the University of California Santa Barbara.
English, Italian, German.
ECS1345 Financial Markets, Institutions and Banking
Ignorance is bliss: A game of regret (with F. Feri and P. Neary), Revise & Resubmit, American Economic Review
Debarment and collusion in procurement auctions (with Y. Hermstrüwer and P. Robalo), under review
Do naifs procrastinate more than sophisticates? An experimental study (with L. Lades) - superseeded by a new paper with A. Chakraborty, H. J. Kim and L. Lades
Doing it when others do: A strategic model of procrastination, Economic Inquiry, 2020
Deciding on behalf of others does not mitigate selfishness: An experiment (with C. Engel), Economics Letters, 2019
Pay for performance with motivated employees (with E. Manna), The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2018
Soft commitment: A study on demand and compliance (with D. Anderberg and A. Chevalier), Applied Economics Letters, 2018
Investment in education under disappointment aversion (with D. Anderberg), Economics Bulletin, 2017
Delegation under overconfidence (with A. Hillenbrand, A. Klümper and S. Schaube)
School choice with consent: An experimental study (with Y. Hermstrüwer)
Delegation vs. communication (with P. Brookins, A. De Chiara and E. Manna)
k-pay auctions (with P. Brookins and D. Ryvkin)
Estimating present bias and sophistication (with A. Chakraborty, H. J. Kim and L. Lades)