Giulia Pavone is a PhD candidate, teaching and research assistant in Management Science in Toulouse School of Management (University of Toulouse Capitole 1). Her specialization field is marketing and her research focuses on human-technology interaction and communication, with an interest in trust and ethics.
She started her studies in 2011 at the University of Palermo (Italy) in communication science with a focus in human communication applied to mass media, institutions and politics. She graduated with honors in 2014 with a thesis on political communication and satire through social networks.
In 2016 she obtained an Erasmus+ grant, spending six months in Bruxelles doing an internship in Unioncamere Europa, an institution which acts as an intermediary between the Italian Chambers of Commerce and the European Institutions.
In 2017 she obtained her master degree with honors with a thesis on the social role of consumption and consumers' decisional processes affected by egoistic and altruistic motivations in IULM University of Milan.
She participated in a European Voluntary Service (EVS) project in Portugal before moving to Toulouse at the end of 2017, where she completed the Master of Science in Marketing at Toulouse School of Management.
In 2019 she became a member of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC) and of the Association Français du Marketing (AFM).
- Human-technology communication and interactions - Ethics and technology – Sustainable innovations
- Marketing and consumer behaviors
- Marketing and consumer behaviour in the era of artificial intelligence
- 2018 - MSc in Marketing / Toulouse School of Management
- 2017 - Master in Marketing, Consumption and Communication
- 2014 - Communication Science
- Since 2018 - PhD / Toulouse School of Management