Ph.D. fellow at the University of Pisa
Tamara Favaro is a Ph.D. fellow in Public Law and Economics at the University of Pisa, Department of Law. Her research interests include Public Law and Economics, Market Law and Regulation, Regulation and Governance, Banking Law and Regulation, Regulatory Technology, Technology Law, Economic Analysis of Law, and Administrative Law.
In 2015 she graduated in Law magna cum laude from the University of Pisa (2nd level Degree), with a thesis on ex-ante Regulation and Antitrust Policy in the Digital marketplace. Subsequently, she completed a Judicial Apprentice at the Court of Pisa (civil Division) under the supervision of the President of the Court and she won a scholarship (first in ranking) for her three-years Ph.D. research.
During her studies, she was admitted to the “Transnational Certificate Law” Program of the Law School of Geneva. She played an active role in many Students’ Associations, organizing seminars and conferences.
She published in the areas of Administrative Law, and Public Law and Economics. The topic of her Ph.D. thesis is Algorithmic Regulation, with special emphasis on financial regulation reporting under Distributed Ledger Technologies.