Marcella Veronesi

Picture,  September 28, 2015
Position
Associate Professor
Academic sector
SECS-P/02 - ECONOMIC POLICY
Research sector (ERC)
SH1_7 - Behavioural economics; experimental economics; neuro-economics

SH3_2 - Environmental and climate change, societal impact

SH3_5 - Health, ageing and society

SH1_13 - Public economics; political economics; law and economics

Office
Santa Marta,  Floor 1,  Room 1.78
Telephone
+39 045 802 8025
E-mail
marcella|veronesi*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Personal web page
https://sites.google.com/site/mveronesiwebsite/home

Office Hours

Office hours in person or via Skype (econvr) by appointment.

Curriculum
  • pdf   CV_EN   (pdf, en, 157 KB, 09/06/19)
  • pdf   CV_IT   (pdf, it, 45 KB, 30/06/18)

Marcella Veronesi is an Associate Professor of Economic Policy at the Department of Economics, University of Verona, and a Research Affiliate at the Center for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) of the Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. Marcella received her PhD and M.S. from the University of Maryland and has been a senior researcher and lecturer at ETH Zurich. She is a member of evaluation committees of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF), Verona Experimental Lab in Economics, and a council member of the Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (IAERE).

Modules

Modules running in the period selected: 26.
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Course Name Total credits Online Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Master’s degree in Economics Health and environmental economics (2019/2020)   9   
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2019/2020)   9   
Master’s degree in Economics Project financing and evaluation (2019/2020)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Health and environmental economics (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Combined Bachelor's + Master's degree in Law Introductory Economics [Matricole pari] (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Project financing and evaluation (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
PhD in Economics and Management Attività didattica dottorato (2017/2018)   10   
Master’s degree in Economics Health and environmental economics (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Combined Bachelor's + Master's degree in Law Introductory Economics [Matricole pari] (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Project financing and evaluation (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Economic Policy (2015/2016)   9  eLearning (UL2)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Macroeconomics (2015/2016)   9  eLearning (lezione)
(esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Economic Policy (2014/2015)   9  eLearning (lezione 2)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Macroeconomics (2014/2015)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Vicenza) Macroeconomics (2014/2015)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Economic Policy (2013/2014)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Macroeconomics (2013/2014)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Vicenza) Macroeconomics (2013/2014)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Economic Policy (2012/2013)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Macroeconomics (2012/2013)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Vicenza) Macroeconomics (2012/2013)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Macroeconomics (2011/2012)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)

 
Skills
Topic Description Research area
JEL C93 - Field Experiments Evaluation and study of the impact and causal effects of policy interventions or projects through field experiments. Focus, in particular,  on the studies related to the evaluation of how information can affect the demand and willingness to pay for fair trade products, on the adoption of renewable energy and on the propensity to vaccinate. Study of the effects of language on economic decisions and on the adoption of cooperative behavior. Evaluation of the effects of incentive schemes in the context of health and environmental policies. Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Design of Experiments
JEL D61 - Allocative Efficiency; Cost-Benefit Analysis Evaluation of costs and benefits of public policies such as environmental policies to reduce risks from air pollution, water pollution or contaminated sites. Welfare and Collective Choice
Welfare Economics
JEL D91 - Role and Effects of Psychological, Emotional, Social, and Cognitive Factors on Decision Making Cover studies about the role of emotional, psychological, social or cognitive factors on individual choices, also using laboratory experiments. Also studies the consequences of traumatic events on economic behavior (in particular the attitude towards risk) both in the short and in the long term; deception and dishonest behavior; self-control problems. Study of the economic policy impacts of psychological and behavioral aspects in the context of consumption choices, pension savings and investment in education Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Micro-Based Behavioral Economics
JEL H41 - Public Goods Non-market valuation of public goods; estimation of the willingness to pay for example for clean air or a natural park. Analysis of factors affecting the provision of public goods such as the role of culture and institutions. Public Policies Analysis
Publicly Provided Goods
JEL I12 - Health Production Theoretical and empirical economic analysis of demographic phenomena with particular attention to the determinants of the family structure. Study of the temporal evolution of the family structure and relationship with the economic variables. Health Economics
Health
JEL I22 - Educational Finance Analysis of the impact of financial literacy received during childhood by the family on wealth decisions when adults. Welfare and Collective Choice
Education and Research Insititutions
JEL Q42 - Alternative Energy Sources Analysis of the determinants of renewable energy adoption by households and of the effect of residential energy prices on households' behaviour. Enviromental Economics, Energy Economics, Sustainability and Development
Energy
JEL Q54 - Climate; Natural Disasters; Global Warming Analysis of the determinants of households' and farmers' climate change adaptation; analysis of how climate change adaptation affects households' and farmers' well-being and productivity. Analysis of the impact of natural disasters on migration. Enviromental Economics, Energy Economics, Sustainability and Development
Environmental Economics
Projects
Title Starting date
What Are the Reasons behind Parental Vaccine Hesitancy? Identification of the Role Played by Preferences, Beliefs, and Information 4/1/18
Assegno: Modelli Collettivi Ricreazionali 1/1/07