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). She is affiliated with the Organisational Behaviour department and the INSEAD Gender Initiative.
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.
Dr. Trombini is grateful for the support of the Hermann and Marianne Straniak Foundation for her postdoctoral work.