Daniela Grieco is an Associate Professor in Economic Policy at the University of Milano (Italy), Department of Law Cesare Beccaria. Her institutional webpage can be found on the university’s website.
She holds Italian qualifications (“abilitazione”) as a Full Professor in Economics (13/A1), Economics Policy (13/A2), and Public Economics (13/A3).
Grieco specializes in behavioral and experimental economics, with her primary areas of expertise including the design of experimental protocols (both for lab and field experiments), the development of structural models, and the empirical analysis of experimental and simulated data (reduced forms and structural estimations). Her research focuses on social interactions in collective action games, individual and group decisions in contexts of risk and ambiguity, financial incentives in shaping individual and corporate behavior, creativity and innovation, as well as guilt aversion, fairness, and norms.