Lorenzo Faggiano

Research Fellow

Lorenzo holds an MSc in International Public Policy from University College London. His main research interests include political psychology and political economics, borrowing insights from social psychology to explain political behaviour. His most recent work focuses on the impact of inequality on group identity, and its consequences for redistribution preferences.

He has previously worked for the European Parliament as an intern and was a research assistant at Università Bocconi. Outside of academia, he enjoys playing chess, guitar, learning Chinese Mandarin and sailing, although managing to fail at all of them.

Languages: Italian, English, French