Irene Scopelliti is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Cass Business School. Her research interests are in the domain of consumer psychology, judgment, and decision making.
She holds a Ph.D. in Management (major in Marketing) from Bocconi University, a M.Sc in Economics and Management from the University of Calabria (Italy), and a BA in Music.
Before joining Cass, Irene was a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University, where she worked on the analysis of individual differences in susceptibility to decision making biases such as confirmation bias, correspondence bias, the bias blind spot, and of strategies to mitigate the incidence of these biases in judgments.
Her research has been published in Management Science, Psychological Science, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Psychology & Marketing, and has been featured by major news organizations including Forbes, Time Magazine, BBC News, the New York Times, the Independent, and the Huffington Post.
At Cass Irene teaches quantitative methods for marketing in the MSc program. She also teaches PhD courses and summer schools on research methods and experimental design.
Room number: 4010a
Ph: 020 7040 5209