Ivan Moscati is a full professor of economics at Insubria University (Varese), and a research associate of the Centre for philosophy of natural and social science (CPNSS) at the London School of Economics. At USI he teaches a course in Storia critica del pensiero economico.
Moscati’s research focuses on the history and methodology of microeconomics, with special attention to choice and utility theory, experimental and behavioral economics, and measurement theory. His book on Measuring Utility. From the Marginal Revolution to Behavioral Economics has been recently published by Oxford University Press.