I am a joint Ph.D. student in Business Economics between IMT School for Advanced Studies, in Italy, and KU Leuven, in Belgium.
I am mostly interested in Labor Economics and Applied Microeconomics. My research currently focuses on search frictions on the labor market, as well as firms productivity and resources misallocation.
I am a Fellow at Istituto Bruno Leoni, a libertarian think-tank based in Milan.
Previously, I worked at the Italian Chamber of Deputies as the assistant of a former MP, mostly on public finance-related topics. I received my degree in Economics and Social Sciences at Bocconi University.