I am a Foscolo Europe Research Fellow, grant holder of the Unicredit Foundation, at the University of Padua. Previously, I held postdoctoral positions at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and the Centre of Operation Research and Econometrics - Universitè catholique de Louvain. I obtained a Ph.D. from the University of York in 2019.

Since 2018, I am affiliated to:

I am an applied microeconomist working at the intersection between industrial organization, law and economics, and public economics. My research focuses on digital markets, platform ecosystems, and the data market. I am also interested in the unintended effects of public policies and, in the past, I worked on projects related to transport economics.

I co-organize the Louvain & Paris Economics of Digitization Online Seminar series and I am member of the DATEPP (DAta Technology and Economics for Public Policy lab) of the Department of Economics and Management at UNIPD.

Together with Yassine Lefouili, we have released a policy paper on "The economics of platform liability" - available as a TSE Digital Center Policy Paper.



Louvain and Paris Online Seminars

The joint venture between Louvain and Paris worked very well. We are thrilled to start a second round of joint online seminars on the economics of digitization.

The Louvain and Paris Economics of Digitization Online Seminar (L&P OS) are usually held bi-weekly on Friday at 3 PM (CET).

For more info about the program, click here.