Giovanna Massarotto’s scholarship focuses on how technology affects society and the intersection between law, economics, and computer science. She is an active scholar and author of Antitrust Settlements: How a Semple Agreement Can Drive the Economy, published by Wolters Kluwer, and of papers in many prestigious journals, including the Journal of Competition Law & Economics, the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, and forthcoming in Stanford Computational Antitrust.
In November 2020, she spoke at the OECD Blockchain Policy Forum.
Before arriving at Penn, Giovanna spent two years in the United States as a visiting research fellow at Fordham University in New York and Washington, D.C., working for an economic consulting firm specializing in intellectual property law, economic regulation, and antitrust in telecommunications and high-tech industries. She is an adjunct professor at The University of Iowa, Tippie College of Business, and a program coordinator and instructor for Blockchain Rules at the University College London Centre for Blockchain Technologies.
Giovanna is a graduate of the University of Bocconi, PhD 2014, and Carlo Cattaneo University-LIUC, MS 2008 and BA 2006.