Giulia Buscicchio

, PhD

  • 11, Porte des Sciences, Maison des Sciences Humaines

    L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette/Belval

    Luxembourg

20212023

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Research summary

Giulia Buscicchio is a post-doctoral researcher at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) and a visiting researcher at the University of Luxembourg under the PROPEL project, led by Lindsay Flynn. In 2021, she completed her Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology at Bielefeld University (Germany) and Catholic University (Milan).

Her research interests lie in the field of gender stereotypes, planned behaviors, and housing. Giulia's work in these areas has been published in highly-ranked peer-reviewed international outlets, such as the Sustainability Journal and Media and Communication.

During her Ph.D. studies, Giulia developed a keen interest in designing experimental studies to investigate the effect of gender-stereotyped language on the hiring process. Her research in this domain contributes to the understanding of gender biases in employment contexts.

Currently, Giulia is actively involved in studying housing behaviors, utilizing experimental methodologies and structural equation models to explore factors influencing intention to apply for rental subsidies and preferences related to housing policies. Her research aims to inform and improve housing policies and practices.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology and cognitive sciences, PhD, Gender Bias in the Evaluation of Application Letters: The Interplay of Gender Stereotypicality, Argument Structure, and Linguistic Features, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart

Award Date: 21 Sept 2021

Economics and business, Master, Management and Communication for Organisations, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart

Award Date: 9 Sept 2016

Economics and business, Bachelor, Economics, and Management, Bocconi University

Award Date: 14 Jul 2014

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External positions

visiting researcher, Université du Luxembourg - FHSE

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