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Since 2013 Assistant Professor at the Department of Legal Studies of Bocconi University. Previously research Fellow at the Law Department and Max Weber Fellow at the EUI. Master’s and doctoral studies at Columbia University School of Law (New York, USA), with dissertation entitled “Antitrust Governance: From Doctrinal Rules to Experimentalist Regimes” defended in May 2010. Prior academic appointments as faculty at Brooklyn Law School, as teaching fellow at Columbia University Law School and as associate lecturer in economics at the University of Sydney (Australia), teaching game theory and mathematical economics. Research focus in the area of regulatory and competition law and the design of regulatory regimes. Received degrees in economics and in law from the University of Sydney (Australia). Worked as law clerk to the Hon. Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG of the High Court of Australia and as litigation associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore (New York, USA).
The research focuses on EU intervention in the network sectors of the economy to promote competition or for regulatory purposes, the relationship between the various sectoral regimes and their interface with national private law and the national administrations of the Member States. Of particular interest is the transformation of the modes of EU intervention and the role that national private law institutions can play in supporting, complementing or obstructing those modes.