Dr. Alberto Prati
I am an economist, working at the intersection of behavioral economics, philosophy of science and social psychology. After my PhD, I joined University of Oxford as a postdoctoral research fellow of the Wellbeing Research Centre and SciencesPo Paris as a lecturer in Economics.
My research mainly explores the relationship between memory, judgments and decisions, with a particular focus on subjective well-being. Some of my other topics of interest are: motivated beliefs, time preferences, sustainable behavior and political preferences. My empirical approach combines the use of experiments, large surveys and administrative data.