George A. Weiss and Lydia Bravo Weiss University Professor of Economics and Electrical and Systems Engineering; Co-founding Director, The Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences
John H. Chestnut Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer & Information Science; Founding Director, Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition
Giovanna Massarotto’s field of expertise is antitrust and economic regulation in the field of information technology, with a concentration in AI and Blockchain technologies. Her book Antitrust Settlements—How a Simple Agreement Can Drive the Economy presents the antitrust consent as a tool to combine law, economics and computer science in both U.S. and EU jurisdictions. In addition to the book, Massarotto has published multiple articles that investigate antitrust and regulatory issues related to blockchain, digital markets and software.
Massarotto is also an affiliate of the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies. Before joining Penn Law, she was an Academic Visitor at the University of Oxford, worked at the Italian Antitrust Authority (AGCM) and for various international law firms in Milan. She was a visiting research fellow at Fordham University and worked in Washington D.C. for an economic consulting firm specializing in IP law, economic regulation and antitrust in telecommunication and high-tech industry.
Massarotto received a Ph.D. in Law from Bocconi University in Milan, where she researched and taught Competition Law as an Adjunct Professor. She received a Master of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Law from Carlo Cattaneo University-LIUC in Castellanza, Italy.
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
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