Behavioral Decision Making, Negotiation, Interventions: Cognitive and Affective Biases Reduction, Well-Being, Smartphone Addiction
Dr. Chiara Trombini is a Postdoctoral Fellow at INSEAD (Singapore campus). Before joining INSEAD she was a Research Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School. Her research interests focus primarily on cognitive and affective interventions to reduce decision-making biases in the workplace.
Using a multi-method approach, that includes laboratory and field experiments, secondary data, experience sampling methodology, as well as eye-tracking, she investigates ways for decreasing decision-making biases in hiring, promotions, and negotiations.
In a related stream of research, Dr. Trombini studies how technology addiction and nomophobia (the fear of not being online), impact employees’ performance and well-being within and beyond the workplace.
She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration and Management from Bocconi University, a Postdoc from Harvard Kennedy School, an M.Sc. in Economics and a B.S. in Economics and Management from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She also spent part of her graduate studies at Melbourne University (Australia).
Dr. Trombini teaches negotiation, decision-making, leadership, and human resource management, at master and executive levels. She has presented her work at numerous international conferences and earned an Honorable Mention in the 2017 APS RISE Research Award.