Dr Francesco Salustri is an economist with interest in health behaviour, environmental economics, and social responsibility. Francesco joined the UCL Institute for Global Health as a Lecturer in 2020. Prior to this, he held research positions at the University of Oxford, the University of Turin, the London School of Economics, and SOAS. He studied Mathematics in Rome and Economics in Toulouse. In April 2018 he obtained a PhD from University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis on the behavioural economics of responsible consumption.
At the IGH, Francesco contributes to the teaching activities of the MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science, where he leads the modules on Econometrics for Health and Microeconomics for Health. Since 2020, he also serves as an economic advisor for the Italian Ministry for Environment, Land and Sea Protection.
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