I am a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) in the program IDEA. My research focuses on the Economics of Digitalization and uses mostly game theory and microeconomic analysis, also relating to macro when necessary for a thorough analysis of a research topic.
My job market paper is currently entitled “The cryptocurrency mining dilemma: revenues versus invalidation risks” and studies incentives of cryptocurrency record-keepers and their implications for trade and optimal design. I am working in co-authorship with my PhD supervisor, Matthew Ellman, on a paper about bidding profiles in crowdfunding projects.
I graduated from the Master’s degree in Economic Analysis at IDEA-UAB and previously from the Master’s degree in Economics (LMEC) at Bologna University. I am affiliated to AMASES (Association for Mathematics Applied to Social and Economic Sciences) and EARIE (European Association for Research in Industrial Economics). My PhD training included a period working as quantitative analyst for Banco Sabadell.