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I am currently an assistant professor in economics at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. I am teaching undergrad microeconomics and a seminar in African Development. I previously lectured economics at Royal Holloway, University of London. At RHUL, I lectured Quantitative Methods 1, Intermediate Microeconomics and Institutional Economics to undergraduate students Industrial Economics to Masters economics students. I completed my PhD in Economics at the University of Siena. My research focused on experimental economics and behavioural economics. Previously, I studied both a Masters in Economics and a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Cape Town. I have lectured and tutored many courses at the University of Cape Town from introductory microeconomics, to game theory, to business ethics and leadership. I have also been involved in high quality research through the Southern African Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) where I worked on the Quality of Life Survey (rural development and land reform) and on data work using typical micro-econometric methods. English is my first language. I speak Italian and Afrikaans well, I have conversational abilities in French and beginner's level Spanish.Specialties: Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Development Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Evolutionary Economics, Industrial Organisation, Theory of the Firm, Stata, LaTex.