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Matteo Nebbiai
Matteo Nebbiai

Matteo Nebbiai

PhD Candidate

Biography

Matteo joined the Department of Political Economy as a PhD researcher in 2022. His research focuses on the politics of digital regulation, especially data protection and competition policy. Particularly, his current project investigates the political economy of the European Union’s digital market design, by looking at the preferences of firms towards data sharing and interoperability mandates.

He holds two master’s degrees in Political Science from the Sant’Anna School for Advanced Studies (Italy) and the University of Florence. Previously, he worked as a Research Assistant at the Italian Competition Authority and as an Analyst at the St Gallen Endowment for Prosperity through Trade (Switzerland).

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Research interests

  • Private and voluntary regulation
  • Internet regulation
  • Data protection policy
  • Competition policy
  • Science and Technology Studies
  • Sociology of science

Doctoral research

The Political Economy of the European Union’s Data Sharing Legislation

Supervisors

Dr Christel Koop and Dr Francesca Pia Vantaggiato

Publications

Bressanelli, E., Chelotti, N., Nebbiai, M. (2023). The Recovery and Resilience Dialogues: cheap talk or effective oversight?. Politics and Governance. https://doi.org/10.17645/pag.v11i4.7344

Nebbiai, M. (2022). Intermediaries do matter: voluntary standards and the Right to Data Portability. Internet Policy Review, 11(2). https://doi.org/10.14763/2022.2.1639

News

Prestigious industry award for PhD candidate

A PhD candidate from King’s College London picked up a prestigious award for his research on data portability.

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News

Prestigious industry award for PhD candidate

A PhD candidate from King’s College London picked up a prestigious award for his research on data portability.

DataMatteo