UCL School of Management

Nuria Tolsá-Caballero

Honorary Research Fellow
Office location
Level 38, 1 Canada Square


Nuria is a Ph.D. student in the UCL School of Management. Through her research, she aims to understand attitudes towards effort and explore heuristics that may impact decisions to exert effort and persist. She is also interested in uncovering how identity salience shapes decision-making. She is passionate about Behavioural Sciences and collaborates with the Behavioural Insights Team. Her supervisors are Chia-Jung Tsay and Sunny (Sun Young) Lee.

Prior to joining UCL, she worked as an economist for the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank, and as a tax advisor at several Spanish law firms. She holds a Master in International Affairs from Columbia University, a Master of Law in Taxation from ESADE and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Navarre.