My research is in the field of behavioral and experimental economics. My academic interests relate to decision making and choice architecture in the context of climate change, environmental economics, environmental public policy, quantitative methods, field and lab experiments.
I conducted experimental research on information provision and consumer behavior, in the context of food consumption, environmental awareness and anthropogenic carbon footprint (controlled field experiment). I also worked on a project about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumer behavior in relation to cigarettes smoking (natural experiment). My first experimental study was on attention, cognitive processes and decision-making strategies within an eye-tracking lab setting (lab experiment).
Fosgaard, T., Pizzo, A., & Sadoff., S. (2021). Do people respond to the climate impact of their behavior? The effect of carbon footprint information on grocery purchases. Under review.
Fosgaard, T., Pizzo, A., & Sadoff., S. (2021). Sustained Decline in Cigarette Consumption during COVID-19. Under review.
Pizzo, A., Fosgaard, T., Tyler, B., & Beukel, K. (2021). Information acquisition and cognitive processes during strategic decision-making: combining a policy-capturing study with eye-tracking data. Under review