I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Turin. My research focuses on scientific collaborations and digital technologies. I am interested in understanding how individuals, universities and organizations interact to produce knowledge in the twenty-first century.
PhD in Economics, 2022
University of Turin
MSc in Development Economics, 2017
Federal University of Paraná
BSc in Economics, 2015
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Funding agencies often reward researchers with an impact across different fields.Traditional evaluation mechanisms penalize researchers with small scientific impact. Interdisciplinarity is found to increase citing fields and decrease overall citations.Researchers hence receive contrasting incentives towards interdisciplinarity. Research policy has to overcome this public vs. private interest trade-off.
“Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity: understanding the role of tight networks”
“Economists on the Twittersphere”
BSc Business Administration, University of Turin. Period: 2022.
Teaching Assistant (TA), BSc Economics, University of Turin. Period: 2019-present.
Teaching Assistant (TA), BSc Business Administration, University of Turin. Period: 2019-present.