Francesco Salustri

University College London

I work as a Lecturer in Economics at the UCL Institute for Global Health, where I also serve as Deputy Co-director for the MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science.

Prior to this, I held research positions at the University of Oxford, the University of Turin, the London School of Economics, and SOAS.

I studied Mathematics in Rome and Economics in Toulouse. In April 2018 I obtained a PhD from University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis on the behavioural economics of responsible consumption.

My research focuses on the behavioural aspects of health economics, environmental economics, and social responsibility.

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