Emanuele Fazio is a Ph.D. Student in Law at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. He is also qualified as a lawyer. He graduated in Law at the University of Trento, with a dissertation in EU Administrative Law on the holistic approach to competing regulatory paradigms in the data-driven economy. During his undergraduate studies, he spent six months at the Faculty of European Law of the University of Maastricht and three months as a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition. Since graduating, he was a trainee at CONSOB, where he conducted research on the application of artificial intelligence to portfolio management. Thereafter, he was a legal trainee at the State District Attorney’s Office. His primary research interests include EU Administrative Law and Comparative Private Law, related to the twin transitions, competition policy, market regulation and data-driven economy.