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Emanuele Ciriolo

Since 2007, when he joined the Commission, he has been applying behavioural insights in policymaking, as a complement to other traditional approaches.

His work has resulted in several Commission services using behavioural evidence in concrete policy initiatives, such as the ban of pre-checked boxes for ancillary services in online contracts, the adoption of energy labelling for electrical appliances, and the EC Recommendation on Online Gambling.

He holds a BA in Economics, an MSc in Regional and Urban Planning (LSE) and an MSc in Economics and Statistics (ECARES, Brussels).