I am a PhD researcher in the SPS department at the European University Institute.
I received my Master of Research in Public Policy and Social Change from Collegio Carlo Alberto in 2019 and my Masters’ Degree in Economics from the University of Bergamo in 2018.
My research interests span the broad area of Micro-Economic Sociology, Computational Social Sciences and Gender Equality, focusing in particular on Artificial Intelligence.
My research on Artificial Intelligence mainly studies its application to the labor market and it shows that Artificial Intelligence can lead to gender discrimination in the labor market through channels that go well beyond the widely studied biases in training data. My research tries to establish a causal link between the source of algorithmic bias and labor market consequences, investigating what would happen in a world without Artificial Intelligence if employers use it for making hiring decisions.