Stefanos Stasinopoulos studied Business Administration in Athens University of Economics and Business and he is a Behavioral Economics MSc graduate from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam since 2015.
In his master thesis he did an experimental research on how compensation plans affect people’s Life Cycle theory of Consumption and Saving. He used to work in the Financial Unit of the European University Institute. He is currently part of the Human Resources team of UNHCR in Greece.
Since his days as a student he is trying to find out how nudging techniques alter his and other peoples’ behavior in practice. His main interests are the investigation of behavioral biases, economic experimentation and the notion of emotional intelligence.