Chiara Rapallini is Associate Professor in Public Economics at the University of Florence where she teaches public economics and behavioral economics. She graduated with honors in Political Science in Florence, she has a Phd in Economics from University of Rome Tor Vergata, and she has spent visiting periods in France, Sweden and the United States. She collaborated with the Bank of Italy and she was consultant of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers. Her main research interests are related with family economics, migration and education, adopting a behavioral approach. On these topics she has published several articles in Italian and foreign scientific journals.