Dr. Antonio Davola, LLB with honors (University of Pisa, 2015), LLM (Yale Law School, 2018) is PhD candidate in “Law and Technology” the Sant’Anna School of Advanced studies in Pisa (Ph.D. Thesis: “The Death of Consumer Law at the Crossroad of Law, Economics and Cognitive Sciences: a Tentative Reaction”) is Adjunct Professor and Post-Doc Research Fellow at Luiss Guido Carli University in Rome (2018-2020). He has been visiting student at the École Normale Superieure de Paris and at the University of Oslo, and he attended intensive courses at the London School of Economics and at the University of Peking. His main areas of interest involve competition law, consumer protection and the regulation of emerging technologies. In particular, he devotes significant attention to the application of experimental and empirical analysis to consumer protection, consistently with a research approach strongly focused on Law&Economics. Within these fields, Antonio authored and co-authored publications in Italian (Il Foro Italiano; Responsabilità Civile e Previdenza, Rivista Italiana di Medicina Legale, Danno e Responsabilità) and foreign reviews (Digest: National Italian American Bar Association Law Journal, Revista de Concorrência & Regulação, Idaho Law Review), and he presented his researches in national and international Conferences (Law and Society Conference, University of Toronto; IGLP Conference, Harvard Law School; European Society of Law and Economics Conference, Lecce). Antonio collaborates as peer reviewer for the electronic Journal Opinio Juris in Comparatione, as Resident Fellow for the Information Society Project (Yale Law School), as a Lead Editor for the Yale Journal of Technology, and as research assistant in the Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Diritti e Regole (LIDER-Lab) at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.