Associate Professor of Economics, Cattolica University and Executive Director, Laboratory for Effective Anti-poverty Policies (LEAP), Bocconi.
Lucia Corno is Associate Professor of economics at Cattolica University and Executive Director of the Laboratory for Effective Anti-poverty Policies (LEAP) at Bocconi University. Her fields of interests are Development Economics, Health Economics and Public Economics. Most of her research focuses on understanding constraints for economic development in Africa, with a particular focus on ethnic diversity, harmful social norms and HIV/AIDS, combining traditional empirical/theoretical analysis and randomized field experiments.
Recent work by Lucia Corno
The age of marriage responds to economic conditions. Reducing child marriage requires understanding the economic role of culture and institutions
Lottery incentives targeting risk lovers led to a 20% reduction in HIV incidence