Dr Federica Farolfi
- Lecturer in Behavioural Economics (Economics)
Federica Farolfi joined the Adam Smith Business School in May 2023, as a Lecturer in Behavioural Economics.
She is a former postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Cologne (2017-2018) and at the Centre for Neuroeconomics at the University of Zurich (2018-2020). She obtained her PhD in Management at the University of Vienna (2011-2017). Her research focuses on the determinants of human cooperation both at the individual and team levels, the influence of cognitive shortcuts underlying decision making under uncertainty, and the relationship between theory of mind, hypermentalizing and level-k reasoning.
Federica is a member of the Applied Economics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Behavioural Economics
- Experimental Economics