Veronica Roberta Cappelli
Applied Complexity Postdoctoral Fellow
Veronica Roberta Cappelli is interested in inferring the laws of behavior of economic agents. Her research is multidisciplinary, ranging from behavioral economics to management. The common thread of her work is her focus on the analysis of decision-making under conditions of uncertainty and over time, that she seeks to investigate using formal, computational, and experimental methods. She is equally fascinated by individual and organizational decision making. In particular, by providing further structural lenses to the analysis of managerial and organizational decision making, she aims at leveraging behavioural insights in order to take advantage of the nature of firms as potential means for fast policy implementation.
Veronica received her Ph.D. in Economics and Decision Sciences from HEC Paris and her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Economics and Social Sciences, together with her M.Phil. in Statistics, from Bocconi University. She joins SFI after a postdoc at Stanford Graduate School of Business and a visit at INSEAD.