Ludovica Gazze is interested in understanding individual incentives to invest in the prevention of environmental hazards in cities with aging infrastructure.
She has done research on how lead paint regulations affect the housing market. At the Energy & Environment Lab, she studies how behavioral nudges and financial incentives can help low-income households save energy and better manage their utility bills. Ludovica holds a BA and MSc in economics and social sciences from Bocconi University in Milan, her hometown, and a PhD in economics from MIT.
In her free time, Ludovica likes to play capoeira and watch documentaries.