BA, Economics, Seattle University
Flavio is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Bren School with a focus on the intersection of environmental, development, and behavioral economics. Currently, his research is on clean energy transitions in low-income settings and on the psychology of poverty.
Before coming to UCSB, Flavio had worked in a wide range of research projects in developing countries, intersecting public policy, environmental sustainability, and economic development. Outside the lab, Flavio enjoys playing and researching music, countryside bike trips, and long-board surfing.
environmental economics, development economics, and field experiments
Kelsey Jack (Social Science Group)